High School Student Info

Information for High School Students

Students attend the Media Institute because they have a passion for one of our programs want to be working in a field that they love while friends are still sitting in a classroom. Graduates can leave the Media Institute with the in-demand skills employers are looking for, open to continued growth, loving and aware of the importance of their lives and the world.


  • Complete your FAFSA as soon as possible if you are applying for financial assistance.
  • Request official copies of your transcripts from your high school as soon as possible. If you have graduated early and applied to a college before you have received your High School Diploma, you are going to need these.
  • Complete and submit your application as soon as possible. Some programs fill up quickly and you want to make sure your seat is reserved sooner rather than later.
  • Make sure that when you meet with an Admissions Representative that you have your high school Diploma or Official Transcripts with you. This can streamline your enrollment process.


  • Discuss your College plans with your support network. This could include your Parents, Teachers, and Guidance Counselors.
  • Visit college websites and request information. Knowledge is power!
  • Arrange to visit as many colleges as you can that interest you. This way you're not scrambling your Senior year.
  • Check out summer jobs and internships that relate to the program you want to go to College for. You'll be ahead of the curve!
  • Attend college events in your area such as the Wisconsin Educational Fairs or National College Fairs.
  • Research loans, scholarships, and grants online and at the library. Don't forget your support network! Many Business's offer Scholarships & Grants that they may know about.


  • What College your child chooses is an important decision. And the College they choose should coincide with the skills, talents, and interests of your child. That is what will ultimately guarantee their success, not just in College but that will give them the in-demand skills that their chosen Career is looking for.

Teachers & Guidance Counselors
Providing students with classroom presentations is a key component to them successfully navigating the various colleges and programs available to them and ultimately deciding what College they will attend. Some students may have a particular interest that they may not be aware could evolve into a successful career. And in some cases, this may decide if a student goes to college or not. As such, Madison Media Institute has a Community Outreach Coordinator that would love to come out to your school or organization and discuss our College and its programs. Providing the students with an overview of our programs could be the turning factor in their life. If this is something you are interested in, contact our Community Outreach department to schedule a visit.