College and Career Readiness
Our students are full of big dreams and big potential. It is our job to help advance, support and plan for their future goals. Regardless if college, career, military, or entrepreneurship are in your future, all HSE students will be equipped to succeed and evolve in a face-paced, ever-changing global environment.
Fishers High School offers a college and career academy (CCA) with the goal of customizing experiences and future plans for each student. This often includes the opportunity for students to earn college credits or industry certifications that will put them on a path toward their potential major or career.
In high school, students are moving beyond career awareness and information toward career exploration, preparation and planning. The Indiana Roadmap for Student Success articulates some experiences that build career include preparing a graduation plan, obtain work based learning experiences, estimate the cost of college, search for scholarships, create a resume, completing a graduation plan, participating in a job shadow or interviewing a professional in a career field of interest, creating a resume, creating a financial plan and meeting graduation pathways.
Learn more about the college application process, scholarships, financial aid, SAT/ACT and college rep visits by visiting the Class of 2022 Senior Parent Night Presentation at the links below.
View the Class of 2023 Senior Parent Night Presentation.
View the 10th/11th Grade Parent Night Presentation presented at Fishers High School on January 18, 2023.
Naviance is a web-based planning and advising system that can help you compare colleges, build college plans, track applications, and more!
Career planning is an important part of high school. You should be considering what your strengths are and what types of employment interest you.
Be sure to gather information about your scholarship and financial aid options before it's too late!
Read our comprehensive guide on preparing for college with important steps for you to follow from your Freshman to your Senior year.