PROJECT: The C.A.P (College Awareness Program) is focused on the mentorship and preparation of inner-city high school students and their parents for post-secondary institutions and plans.
1. The betterment of community individuals (parents & students) from an academic and social aspect for post-secondary opportunities.
2. Preparing high school students for graduation with city and state requirements and credits.
3. Creating unity between students, parents and educational institutions in which high percentages of graduation rates are achieved.
4. Achieving a opportunity for every student in the program for a post-secondary institution holding high academic reputation and achievement.
Unifying educators, parents and students, the College Awareness Program is focused in achieving the highest level of post-secondary opportunities for high school students with an array of academic achievement. Monitoring students from an academic and mentorship aspect as early as 9th grade, every student is given an opportunity for college with a basis of support from both spectrums; their educational institution and parents.
From the educational basis of high school educators, the principal and teachers work closely with the students to achieve a high academic reputation, with the objective of graduation and college as an end goal. With direct involvement from parents, they are vital with discussing and solving issues of financial and personal situations moving toward the college experience for their children.
The betterment of the community from different views of the academic and social aspects is one of the main objectives of this program. This program gives a variety of post-secondary institutions opportunities for these students to utilize every chance to achieve excellence. This program addresses the level of academic achievement potential as early as 9th grade, monitoring these students to 12th grade toward graduation. Every student gets a first-hand pre-college experience involving workshops meetings, college handbooks & meetings with college admission representatives. College awareness for high school students is significant for the advancement of our future, country, economic and generation.