Is community college or a four-year college or university possibly on your student’s horizon? If so—even if it seems a distant possibility—you’ll want to take a look at this sample “college prep” high school plan.

Tailoring this plan to the type of academic program (average to strong) your teen is pursuing will prepare them for most community and four-year colleges. What’s the difference, you ask? A strong college prep plan requires more credits than an average one and also includes more advanced courses.

How many credits does my teen need per year?