THE ROLE OF TEACHERS IN THE PLANNING PROCESS
We at College Degree Planners realize the importance of YOUR role as a Teacher and we are here to help you by filling in the gaps and complimenting what you are ALREADY DOING by giving YOU the ability to offer our FREE College Prep Program to your Students (8th Grade through the 12th Grade High School that plan to attend college) & their Parents to help them better prepare for this most important event.
The College Prep Program is designed for motivated students who are seeking academic enrichment. By concentrating on one course, a student is able to fully embrace a subject and be rewarded by a sense of real accomplishment at the end of the summer. We seek to make the selected subject an integral part of each student’s life for five weeks, and our hope is that we create a desire to explore further. While the schedule requires a great deal of commitment, the experience can be very rewarding. Students are challenged academically, and they have the chance to share their interest in a course with other able students under the guidance of inspiring teachers.
Courses may be taken for academic-year credit. Many students are able to satisfy requirements for full-year courses—such as U.S. history, the sciences, or mathematics—or to accelerate their progress. Other students build a firm foundation for further study or explore a topic for which there is no course offered at their own school.
Students entering grades 8–12 with a record of solid performance and good citizenship are encouraged to apply for this program. The master teacher brings experience at the secondary or college level, thorough knowledge of the subject, and the ability to work well with high school students; the teaching intern is a college senior or recent graduate who knows the field and has demonstrated an interest in teaching.
Students in the College Prep Program take one major course that meets for three hours, Monday through Friday mornings. Major courses for which students may earn credit have an additional 1.5-hour session during the first half of the afternoon, four days per week. Students taking morning-only major courses take a minor course during the first half of the afternoon, four days per week. Every student also participates in a sport during the second half of the afternoon, four days per week. Students spend a short period of time for a few days of the summer participating in the work program, doing chores that benefit the community. Each evening except Saturday, a supervised study period is conducted in the dorms and the library to help students develop good study habits.
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- The Role Students Play
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