Research shows that a college degree can make all the difference. Our schools provide various resources to prepare students for ACT/SAT, college applications, scholarships, and career readiness programs.
Individualized attention - College counselors provide one-on-one college and career guidance customized for the students’ needs and ambitions with a variety of tools and activities
Concept College Readiness Program (CCRP) that focuses on student preparedness for college throughout high school years
Assistance with FAFSA and scholarship applications
Annual college/career fair
College application tracking system
Internships and apprenticeship programs
College Counseling Services are available in grades 9 through 12. There is a full-time counselor in the Counselor Office to assist students with their academic, career, college, and personal-social interests and concerns.
All students are welcome to come to the College Guidance Office to ask questions or to explore its contents:
To support graduates of Concept Schools to ensure transition, college persistence and career readiness by implementing innovative programs informed by strategic research.
To build a better society by producing thousands of career-ready professionals prepared for success.
Naviance is a web-based college and career readiness, planning and submission tool. Students use Naviance to explore Career, College Major and College Selection possibilities as well as to submit their college application information.
Future Institute (FI) is a branch of Concept Schools, a non-profit educational organization and is governed by a dedicated Future Institute board of directors.
FI provides continued support to Concept graduates as they embark on the next stages of their lives in college, careers, and beyond. We ensure positive student outcomes through our programs: mentorship, college workshops, college liasons, tutoring, scholarships.
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Alumni transcript requests are made at:
A key part of deciding which college to go to is finding a good fit. And, a great way to get more information is to visit colleges in person. In a typical college visit, students are provided an informational session and a guided campus tour in which they have the opportunity to experience several aspects of college life.
IMSA high school students take a step through their college journey by visiting several colleges and universities every year, such as;
- Indiana State University
- Ball State University
- Marian University
- Purdue University