• On February 25, 2008 the Arizona State Board of Education approved Education and Career Action Plans for all Arizona students grades 9-12. An ECAP (Education and Career Action Plan) reflects a student’s current plan of coursework, career aspirations, and extended learning opportunities in order to develop the student’s individual academic and career goals.

    Why is an ECAP important?

    We as educators believe that integrating an Education and Career Action Plan (ECAP) process into all facets of the school experience enables students to be lifelong learners and problem-solvers, developing and applying 21st century skills to their life experiences, as students, as workers, as consumers, and as responsible citizens. With the ability to identify skills and interests and to apply that knowledge to create their own ECAP, our students will have developed needed skills to advance in a more fluid, seamless transition, meeting 21st Century technologies and work place postsecondary requirements.

     

    Posted from the Arizona Department of Education Website

  • Senior ECAP Directions

    Complete the senior ECAP requirements which are reviewing or completing your resume, have your parent approve your 4-year plan in Infinite Campus, and complete the Senior ECAP worksheet. Make sure you are applying to colleges and completing your FAFSA as well. Need help finalizing your plans, see your counselor.

    Senior ECAP and  Worksheet

     

     Junior ECAP Directions

    Complete the Junior ECAP requirements which are the Reality Check, Career Cluster Inventory (short version), and researching your top 2 careers including helpful high school courses, post-high school education needed, and schools that offer that program.

    Junior ECAP

     

    Sophomore ECAP Directions

    Complete the sophomore ECAP requirements which are update 4-year plan in Infinite Campus, create resume (listing awards, accomplishments, etc), and take the Career Cluster Inventory.

    Sophomore ECAP and Worksheet