Madison College and Career Center

  • Welcome to our College, Career, and Community Partner resource page!

    Parents can find information regarding a college action plan for their student and be connected to upcoming events which are located on the Calendar on the Home page. Students can sign up for college and career events on the college events tab. This website also provides parents and students connections to Madison Community Partners which provide tutoring, college readiness, and student growth opportunities. Please click on the link below to be directed to the website.  

    madcollegeandcareer.com

     

    During COVID-19:

    There are many virtual supports available during our school closure--see our April newsletter below for information on:

    - Scholarship program open to 10th grade applicants

    - College-prep program open to 9th grade applicants

    - PCC Senior checklist

    - Virtual college fair opportunities

    - Career education sessions

    - Summer work & volunteer opportunities

     

     

    Newsletter archive:

     

    Check the College and Career Center for upcoming school visits. Spots fill quickly, so sign up TODAY! Registration forms are available in the College & Career Center. Find more information at madcollege&career.com under the Career tab.

    Mission Statement

    The Madison High School College and Career Center empowers all students to implement a plan for future success in a global society.

    Hours:  8am – 4pm daily.

    Location:  Room B-6.  Around the corner from the Library.

    Follow us on Twitter:  MadisonHS_CCC

     Free Services Offered!      

    • College Visits                         
    • Field Trips
    • Free Workshops                   
    • Volunteer Opportunities
    • Scholarship Help                   
    • Career Speakers
    • Knowledgeable Staff             
    • Career Guidance
    • College Essay Writing           
    • Personal College/Career Planning
    • Fabulous Prizes!                    
    • Free Food!

     

     updated 4/17/2020