Career Day is sponsored by the Guidance Department every other year for the purpose of helping students know the possibilities when they think about their futures. Representatives from a variety of business and service careers spoke to groups of students about what their job is like, and what kind of preparation is necessary. Students spend a morning rotating through hour-long sessions learning about real life.
The speakers included people who owned their own businesses, architects and animators, a fireman, police officers, and a veterinarian, just to name a few. They brought samples of their work and equipment they use every day.
In addition, students accessed a computer program called "Reality Check". The program asked the students about the lifestyle that they anticipated and estimated how much income they would need to support it.