College, Career and Citizenship
College Career Citizenship
Seminole County Public Schools is a leading economic driver in our community. Through the SCPS Strategic Plan for Continuous Improvement, the district is committed to building pathways that allow K-12 students to graduate with a meaningful diploma. The ePathways approach gives students a variety of educational experiences that are linked to career development and partnerships with businesses and community organizations. Students are exposed to career and citizenship opportunities in elementary school, explore careers in middle schools, and are engaged in career development in high schools. Through these experiences, students will have the citizenship and academic skills to successfully transition to college and careers.
The ePathways School Counselors are equipped to build relationships to implement the Strategic Plan and impact the system initiatives for graduation, student achievement, innovation for college, careers, and citizenship, and conditions for learning. Through a comprehensive plan, school counselors play a critical role in a K-12 student's academic, career, and social/emotional development. They have a specialized skillset to inform and guide students in choosing a pathway that leads them to meaningful work benefitting themselves, their families, and their communities.
Donna Lyons - Counselor on Assignment
Nicola Williams - Coordinator, Office of School Counseling and Education Pathways Services
How do I…
Find Information about school choice?
- SCPS Student Assignment and Program Access
- Explore the options available to families about student assignment procedures and school choice options. Learn all about SCPS magnet schools and programs.
Enroll my student in a free or reduced lunch program?
Visit the Dining Services website for more information on Free/Reduced Lunch.
Enroll my student in school?
Visit the SCPS How To Enroll page for enrollment steps.
Find out which bus my student rides?
View the bus routes website for information.
Find out about services available to assist my family if we have a need or hardship?
Visit the Families In Need website for more information.