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What is Life After High School?

The options that a student has for life after high school

College or Travel?

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College or Travel?

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 Every student in this world has asked the same question: what will life after high school be like? It differs from person to person because everyone has his or her own plans for the future.

 Students have countless of options that they consider. For example, many students may choose the option of taking a year off to travel, work, or public services. This is called a “Gap Year.” It is the year after secondary education in which graduates take time off. Or maybe they consider in joining the military, serving overseas or fighting on the battlefield of life. Each individual has his or her own options to consider before entering the real world.

 But, going to college can be your option. Whether it is a four-year or a two-year college provides you information that is necessary for a type of job interest. You can explore different careers, pursue goals, and define who you are in many ways than one can imagine. College is an option that will be open for the rest of one’s life because it will accept anyone who is interested in pursuing a career.

 Whether going to college or not, education is all around you. You learn from the people and environment around you. One has many options that are open that someone can benefit from. But the question is, that one person who takes life one-step at a time can only answer, “What will life after high school be like. It is up to the person to make the best of life.

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