CSD Student Success Plans
Every Delaware student in grades 8-12 shall have a Student Success Plan (SSP) based on exposure to the following:
- Opportunities to learn about career and industry trends and earning potential, such as career speakers, work-based learning opportunities, career and technical student organization activities and career compass activities.
- Opportunities to identify their strengths and interests connected to careers, such as Armed Services Vocational Attitude Battery and career interest surveys, as well as meetings with counselors, teachers, parents, guardians, care-givers at regular intervals to discuss student interests regarding careers.
- Opportunities to identify educational and financial requirements related to potential career interests, such as college representative presentations, college visits, financial aid presentations and financial literacy classes.
By the student’s final year of high school, the SSP shall identify the necessary steps to transition to the next phase of the student’s career plan.
Click the links below to view SSPs by grade.