College and Career Readiness Plan

College and Career Readiness Plan



What used to be known as an SEOP (Student Education Occupation Plan) is now referred to as a CCRP (College and Career Readiness Plan). This plan is introduced in 7th grade and is used to help plan and record classes students take throughout high school. During a student’s 8th grade year, the student and their parents will be invited to meet with a counselor to determine a four year plan, discuss interests and abilities and plan for the future.

CTE Pathways

CTE Pathways are programs of study that prepare students for future careers. Students who focus on a Pathway develop the skills necessary for entry into well-paid careers with high potential for rapid financial growth, increased levels of responsibility, and a high degree of personal satisfaction. There are eight pathways students can choose from: Family & Consumer Sciences, Health Sciences, Skilled & Technical Sciences, Marketing, Information Technology, Business, Agriculture, and Technology & Engineering. The counselors at Mapleton Junior High have set a goal to have every student choose at least one pathway they would like to pursue by the end of the school year.

To find out more about CTE Pathways, visit:

Helpful Resources

The following websites have been provided to help students become college and career ready.

Higher Education Utah

Step Up to College and Career

Utah Futures

College Board (AP and SAT)

You Can Go to College!

ACT Test

NCAA (for student athletes)

Free Application for Student Aid