A question on many teens' minds, especially those with disabilities.
"When you want to do something there's always going to be something that you cannot do, but you know you have to work on it," David Ortiz, a student at Har-Ber High School said.
Springdale Public Schools set up the "Transition Fair" to help high schoolers with disabilities learn what their options are after they get their diploma. More than 200 students attended with 38 booths set up.
"There are agencies, there are services to help them to further their education, to further their career," Davis said.
As well as housing, health and wellness and legal rights information were all available for students and parents. Parents like Michelle Higgins whose son has autism.
"I was worried. What's gonna happen to him when he gets out? There's a lot of information here that I wasn't aware of," Higgins said.
The information gives her hope for her sons future.
"Kids are going have the opportunity to be in the community and be a vital part of the community and be able to sustain themselves. This is very helpful to me and I can feel a lot better."