Keema High School’s counseling mission is to maximize the potential of all students and for students to graduate with the competencies necessary to be able to make self-directed, realistic, responsible decisions and to be successful contributors to society.
MIDDLE SCHOOLERS: COLLEGE IS CLOSER THAN YOU THINK!Top of Page
If you are in middle school, it's not too early to be thinking about college. I've included a web page here, designed just for you! Please step in and take a look around. You will be glad you did! Have fun!!
The resource guide is intended to assist students, parents and advisors withcommonly asked questions about "AB 540" along with helpful resources such asscholarships, student support groups and updates.
"I live on Earth at present,
and I don’t know what I am.
I know that I am not a category.
I am not a thing — a noun.
I seem to be a verb,
an evolutionary process– an integral function of the universe."
CAREER ZONE & THE KEIRSEY TEMPERAMENT SORTERTop of Page
It's important to know yourself in order to figure out what path to follow in life. The California Career Zone helps you accomplish the goal of figuring out what careers would work best for you. Just take the assessment survey titled Self-Assessment. The survey is a series of questions in which you indicate if you like an activity, don't like it, or you are neutral on the subject. The entire survey takes about 20 minutes of your time. Go for it!!
The Kiersey Temperament Sorter is similar in process. The information however is about your temperament. You definitely want to know what your temperament is like so that you can match that up with the information you are given on the Career Zone. Go ahead, take the surveys. You are definitely worth the effort. When your done, you will have a plan in hand. Be sure to save all the materials you download. This information is very important to your future.
When you click on the word links above this sentence, you will find the Career Zone and the Kiersey Temperament Sorter again.. However, you will also find the O"Net Program which informs you about occupations, salaries and descriptions of jobs. This is a good place to visit. Have fun!!