What is CCMR?
College Career and Military Readiness (CCMR) is about preparing students for life after graduation. It is made up of curriculum, resources, programs and activities that help students have the tools they need to enter college or the workforce and begin a career. CCMR is integrated into the everyday culture of our district and is supported by state guidelines, partnerships with higher education organizations and businesses.
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has defined a set of indicators that students can earn to be considered college, career or military ready. Students who meet one of these CCMR indicators are considered "CCMR-met" and receive a CCMR medal for graduation.
Readiness indicators are achieved by:
- Meet criteria of 3 on AP examinations or 4 on IB examination
- Meet TSI criteria via SAT, ACT, TSI-A, or College Prep Course in English and math
- Complete a dual credit course (9 hours in any subject or 3 hours English/mathematics)
- Earn an associate degree
- Complete an OnRamps course
- Earn a Level I or Level II certificate
- Earn an industry-based certification (IBC)
- Complete a program of study in CTE
- Graduate with completed IEP and workforce readiness
- Enlist in one of the armed forces