Beyond Go-On Most of Idaho’s high school graduates aren’t going to college — at least not immediately. They’re taking different paths, breaking stigmas and challenging the narrative that a four-year degree is the golden ticket to success. Our four-story series breaks down the data, and unveils what they are doing after high school — and why it isn’t college. BEYOND GO-ON: How my gap year changed my life — and prepared me for college It was the only option for life after high school that sparked my interest and got me excited about my future. BEYOND GO-ON: Four young adults talk about their diverse paths after high school Their next steps are as unique as they are — and college is just one of many options. BEYOND GO-ON: What high school seniors are saying about their future plans We surveyed 80 teens about what's next. They're not all going to college, but they aren't floundering, either. BEYOND GO-ON: What state data does — and doesn’t — measure Education leaders say go-on data doesn't cover the full extent of education success in Idaho.