College Preparation Program

In this course, students receive hands-on brainstorming activities so that they can effectively focus their time during high school (while also having fun), and create a system for staying organized and on top of college-prep deadlines.

Parents and students are encouraged to to work together during high school to create a plan for how to prepare for the application process and never miss an important opportunity.

By the end of the course, you will have the inside scoop on how to stand out against other applicants and be well on your way to creating impressive applications!

LEVELS AVAILABLE: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th grade

Scholarships 101 Online Course​

Many students turn to scholarships as a means to alleviate the high cost of tuition. However, It is important for you to craft the best application to stand out against the many other application.

In this course, students and parents learn the key factors to help them improve their chances of getting funding for school. Learn how to make your application the best it can be, and gain new perspectives on paying for college.

By the end of the course, you will understand how to boost your chances of winning financial aid and graduate debt-free!

Scholarships 101 Online Course​

Many parents have the desire and care to help their child succeed but struggle with where to start. You want to do everything in your power to make sure they can afford the college of their dreams, but the amount of information out there is downright overwhelming!

You probably didn’t have to worry about all of this when you were in high school. The process was so much simpler: fill out an application and wait to see if you were accepted. Nowadays it starts much earlier and there are so many factors to consider, not to mention the scary thought of college debt!

This course is designed to help parents like you get started on this journey, whether you have an 8th grader or a rising senior. The mini-course will help you step by step so that you can help your child prepare for college and for scholarships.