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We are committed to setting up our seniors for success after high school. On this page, you’ll find resources for scholarships, academic support, college and career planning, and more.

Do you have questions? Our counselors are here to help! Reach out to the counselor at your school for additional information and support.

Complete your FAFSA

Completing a FAFSA is the most important thing you can do to get free money for college or advanced vocational training and is the gateway to Tulsa-area scholarships like TCC's Tulsa Achieves, Tulsa Tech's Independence Scholarship, Oklahoma’s Promise Scholarship that pays tuition to all Oklahoma public universities and $150 billion other scholarships across the country.

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What is an Individual Career Academic Plan (ICAP)?

The term ICAP refers to a process that helps students prepare for life after high school. During the ICAP process, your child will participate in a variety of academic and career development activities. Insight gained from these activities will result in a personalized roadmap they can use when navigating college or career plans after high school.

ICAP is not just another graduation checklist – it is student-driven and student-owned. This plan will empower them to:

  • Understand their own interests, strengths, values and learning styles
  • Create a vision of their future
  • Develop individual goals
  • Prepare a personal plan for achieving their vision and goals
  • Gain workplace experience through internships, job shadowing or pre-apprenticeships

Please note: ICAP is a MANDATORY graduation requirement beginning in the 9th grade.   





“Make your high school experience count. Enjoy your senior year because the real world is just around the corner. Work hard but don’t worry too much.”
Student smiles while standing near a school with a green landscape behind him.

Israel Gutierrez
Tulsa Virtual Academy, Class of 2022

“Don’t be afraid to ask a lot of questions or to ask for help. I tried for too long to get through school on my own without help, but the help was right there all along. Don’t be afraid to speak up."
Student standing in front of a blue North Star Academy logo smiling in a hallway.

Kiara Donald
North Star Academy, Class of 2022

"Diversify your high school experience. Getting into a leadership program like boy scouts, girl scouts, venture scouts, 4-H, JROTC – really any club can help you learn leadership and socialization.”
Student stands smiling in front of American flag at Memorial High School.

Ethan Gregory
Memorial High School, Class of 2022