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Homedale High School has a subscription paid for through the Go On grant called C.I.S. which stands for Career Information System. This online tool is offered by the Department of Labor as an information data base for students, providing them with the most current information about occupations and colleges in Idaho and all across the country. This website can help in career planning, writing a resume, and job searches.  It is a terrific resource for college tuition, admission requirements, and programs offered at colleges all over the United States. C.I.S. also provides information regarding financial aid, scholarships, loans, and grants. 

Parents and students may visit the website from their home computers or at the high school. C.I.S. requires a user name and password since each student has their own individual account. Once students enter the site, they should create your own portfolio so searches will be saved with their information. 




Career Information System Website Log In

User Name: homedalehs

Password: trojans#1

C.I.S. offers practice ACT, SAT, PSAT and ASVAB tests.

These tests are accessible to students when they log in and click on the

My CIS Portfolio link.

Primary information provided:

  • Career Exploration
  • Choosing a College and/or Training Program
  • Finding Financial Aid
  • IDEAS Assessment (Interest Inventory) 
  • Employment


If students or parent need information about C.I.S. or if a student needs to know their user name and password, they should contact Mrs. Haylett in the library/media center or Mrs. Flaming the Student Services Specialist or Mrs. Brumfield the senior project instructor. E-mail requests for information to Mrs. Debbie Flaming at