Middle School Students
Middle school students focus on applying to high schools, learning about different careers accessible with a college degree, and thinking about what it means to be a college-bound student.
5-Week Summer Session
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After School Tutoring
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source url Students meet for Advisory, a volunteer facilitated after-school program that focuses on career and college readiness and preparation. It aims to help students make the connection between the effort that they put into their studies in the present and the long-term benefits of obtaining a college degree.
Transition to High School
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