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Senior Exit Plans Survey
Senior Exit Plans Survey

The Senior Exit Plans Survey (SEPS) asks public high school seniors about what they plan to do after graduation. Administered in the spring of each year, the survey contains questions about education and employment. Survey results provide insight at both the state level and for individual schools.

Survey results can be used by schools to address improvement planning and accountability. Schools also may consider results as they tailor programs that prepare students for life after graduation, including counseling, guidance, and vocational programs.

Last report year: 2008

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