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Are You Ready Survey
To get started, answer a few questions to see if the school is right for you:
1. Please provide your first and last name.
2. Please provide your phone number.
3. Please provide your email address.
4. Please provide your home address.
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5. Are you a resident of Suffolk County?
6. Are you 19 years of age or older?
7. What is the last grade of formal education you successfully completed?
8. Do you have library card in good standing from any Suffolk County Public Library?
Are you willing to get one?
9. Are you able to spend 8 or more hours a week working on the coursework?
10. Do you have a standard high school diploma (not a certificate of completion) or a high school equivalency diploma (GED)?
11. Do you have access to a computer with Internet service?
12. Do you have uninterrupted access to a computer with an Internet connection for at least 2 hours per day to complete coursework?
What type of location will you have this uninterrupted access?
Are you able to use a computer at your local library on a regular basis?
13. Do you have a private, quiet space in your home that you can use for studying?
14. What is the main reason why you would like to complete the career online high school program?
I want to get a job.
I want to get a better/higher-paying job.
I want to get a promotion in my current job.
I want to achieve this for myself.
I want to increase my knowledge.
I want to go to college.
I want to set an example for my family/friends.
I want to open my mind to new things
15. How did you learn about Career Online High School?*
Email from library
Google or other search engine
Other library programming
Word of mouth
16. Please answer the following question using no more than 150 words: What inspires you to pursue a high school education?