EARLY COLLEGE AWARENESS

$3000

This introductory workshop is ideal for rising 9th through 11-grade students and their families.

Students should use all four years of high school to prepare for college. Early planning can help ensure students have successful high school experiences and develop their unique strengths so that they can confidently present themselves during the Common Application process. From choosing a rigorous curriculum to developing strong study skills, and exploring their passions to get involved in their community, students can and should proactively take charge of their high school learning, interests, and involvement.

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Category: Product ID: 106846

Description

EARLY COLLEGE AWARENESS: How to create a four-year high school plan that will serve as the foundation for success during the college application process.

This introductory workshop is ideal for rising 9th through 11th-grade students and their families.

Students should use all four years of high school to prepare for college. Early planning can help ensure students have successful high school experiences and develop unique strengths that they can confidently present during the application process. Students can and should proactively take charge of their high school learning, interests, and involvement from choosing a rigorous curriculum, developing strong study skills, exploring their passions, and getting involved in their communities.

Price: $30/90 minutes

~ 15 minutes will include student break-outs and 15 minutes will be reserved for Chatroom Q&A
~ Minimum: 4 students
~ Sessions will be on-going beginning the week of June 29th
~ Performance Prep will contact you to schedule convenient days/times

In this workshop, parents and students will learn how to:

  • Choose a smart range of rigorous classes and take advantage of online and dual enrollment options
  • Set short and long term goals
  • Demonstrate leadership inside and outside of school
  • Match interests to meaningful community service/extracurricular activities
  • Develop strong study habits and master time management
  • Practice advocacy skills and build an academic support network
  • Identify key differences between the SAT and the ACT
  • Demystify the SAT/ACT registration process including choosing the best test centers, taking National Exams and ordering reports, and understanding why the PSAT is not just a practice test for Juniors
  • Plan an effective test prep timeline
  • Create a digital filing system/portfolio of achievements and activities