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ICAP (Individual Career Academic Plan)


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ICAP is a state requirement for high school graduation. Tuttle High School uses the platform to complete the annual activities.    

Beginning with students entering the ninth grade in the 2019-2020 school year (class of
2023), each student is required to complete the process of an Individual Career
Academic Plan (ICAP) in order to graduate from a public high school with a standard
diploma. 70 O.S. § 1210.508-4
ICAP (Individual Career Academic Planning) is a planning tool that is designed to
help students prepare for postsecondary and career opportunities while completing
yearly activities to meet graduation requirements. ICAP includes individual career and
academic strategies that educators can use to promote student success. Utilizing these
strategies gives high school students the opportunity to explore their future options, and
opportunities after high school.
A student’s ICAP will include the activities below plus additional district requirements, if
• Career Assessments - Students will complete an online career assessment
every year to explore their career interests, learn career skills and begin
connecting their interests to careers.
• Goals - Students will update their career and postsecondary goals every year as
they learn about new opportunities. 
• College and Career Assessments - Students will update their required state
and federal assessments (English language arts, mathematics, and science) and
college and career readiness assessment (ACT or SAT) results as they become
• Academic Progress - Students will annually update their academic courses and
progress in those courses. Students will also list any career technology
programs, AP or IB courses, concurrent enrollment courses or career
endorsements that reflect progress toward their individual career pathways. 
• Work – Based Learning - Students will complete at least one service learning or
work environment activity, before high school graduation.