Picking out what college to go to is a huge decision! I would try to come up with things that you want in a school- figure out what location you want to be in (whether close to home or far away, in-state or out of state etc), what size you want your school to be (small, medium, large), whether you want a private or public school and what the cost of tuition taking into account what you are willing to pay. With these parameters you can then narrow down some schools and start applying! Remember to keep your grades up and take the SAT/ACT.
Best of luck,
Hey there, Ray. Natalia has given you some great advice. I am providing some links for you to explore, both of which relate to discovering what you want to do. This might be the most important part of the decision process. Your career path will inform you of which colleges or universities best suit you. Here are some additional questions you might want to ask yourself:
- Do I plan on working where I currently live?
- What is the career outlook for the professions I am interested in?
Here are some links for you to explore.
ACT Career Planning
Glassdoor Job Explorer
Bureau of Labor Statistics
The last link is a bit dense, so feel free to ask additional questions about discovering career outlooks based upon the government data located there.
This is an important decision that will require some research on your part.