Post High School Planning
The college planning and preparation process can be daunting. The following three documents are a culminating summary of all the information our counselors provide our students throughout high school. If you child is considering college after high school, we recommend going through these resources as a family to help ensure your child is on the path to college. Start early and check regularly.
RHS Underclassmen (9th-11th) College Planning - This document is a fantastic resource of what students can/should do throughout high school to help them prepare for college.
RHS Senior Year College Planning - This is the follow-up document to the Underclassmen College Planning document above that provides more information into the college application process and financial aid.
RHS Senior Year College Timeline - Every family of a college-bound senior should print this and put on the refrigerator. The document includes what should be done throughout the student's senior year to ensure a successful transition to college after high school.
RHS Senior Year College & Military contact information- Interested in Hearing more about College or Military? See this document for more information.
Skilled trades is a great option for a high wage career, with little to no college debt, that can start shortly after high school. The following programs are available to any high school graduate:
For those looking to serve our country through military service, the following website is a fantastic tool for helping in this decision/process: https://www.usa.gov/join-military
Early College Opportunities
Early College of Macomb
RHS students have the opportunity to apply to the Early College of Macomb (ECM) during their 10th grade year. All 10th grade families are mailed a brochure in December from the ECM with information about the program, dates for informational meetings, and information about the application process. Generally, ECM applications must be submitted online to ECM by early February each year (check the ECM website for exact dates). Sophomore families who need additional information about ECM can visit the ECM website (linked below) or students may check in with their academy counselor.
2022 Early College of Macomb Brochure Be sure to check the ECM website for the most up to date information and documentation
Romeo High School Counseling Department
Career and Technical Education Programs
Annual Notice of CTE Offerings- English and Spanish
Earn College Credit or Industry Certification
All Career and Technical Education programs at Romeo High School provide the opportunity for students to earn college credit while in high school at no cost to the student. Students completing the CTE programs also have the ability to take and earn industry-recognized career certifications. For the Emergency Medical Technician course, students are eligible to take their licensing exam upon completion of the program.
Romeo currently partners with Macomb Community College, Oakland Community College, Baker College, Davenport University, and Ferris State University for these opportunities.
Please e-mail Evva Dossin at email@example.com, Director of Career and Technical Education for further information.
The counseling office periodically updates this list of non-local scholarships. Students may wish to explore these opportunities further.
To request a transcript click on the link to Parchment, and follow the instructions. Transcripts are normally sent within two business days. Transcripts for graduates prior to 1983 could take a week to process.
If you are requesting a GED record, follow the link below:
Please click on the link below for information about the procedures for testing out of classes at Romeo High School.
Romeo Virtual Academy
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Work Based Learning Documents
Work Based Learning Documents 2021-2022
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