First, we see what academic interests students have. This also depends on which majors students choose to pursue in the future. For instance, for students majoring in music, Berklee Online at the Berklee College of Music offers fascinating music courses in theory, technology, production, and other fields. Some students with talents in a particular academic area of music can tackle the entire college curriculum if they pursue a series of courses. We have students who completed professional certificates in music theory and production. Additionally, professional development opportunities exist for students majoring in education. For instance, such online programs exist at Teachers College of Columbia University and the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University. These might focus on digital literacies, curriculum and instruction, and educational leadership. These courses offer excellent initiatives for students to learn more about particular topics and expand their interests. It is important to note that students cannot enroll in all courses offered by universities, only a select few. Another way we help students find a suitable college course or program is through motivation. We need to ensure that students are confident and encouraged to tackle advanced coursework. We need to ensure that the high school curriculum prepares students with aptitudes that they can apply to expand their learning at the university level, thus enhancing their critical thinking and problem-solving skills.