Success Prep Program
"I found it valuable to hear the statistics of how many Black people don't graduate from high school. I will not will not be in that group."
How different is high school from middle school? How can I be a successful high school student? What does it take to have a rewarding high school experience? How can I be sure to reach my goal of obtaining a post-secondary education?
Success Prep is a high school readiness program intended to give entering freshmen the opportunity to have a “fresh start.” Over the course of 4 consecutive Saturdays, students and parents/caring adult gain very beneficial information regarding the academic, behavioral and social expectations of a successful high school student. With post secondary education as the goal, participants learn the importance of their grade point average, developing solid study habits, seeking the support of guidance counselors, addressing the issues of peer pressure and ultimately preventing adverse actions which impact their path to achievement.
You want to achieve high school success? Start BEFORE you get there.
For more information contact Aaryn Lynch at (317) 923-8111 ext. 206.
Class Sessions: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Saturdays, June 8 - June 29, 2013
Registration deadline: May 24, 2013
Mandatory Orientation: June 1, 2013
Program length: 4 weeks
Registration fee: $30 per 1 student & 1 parent/caring adult