College Camps

We believe that expanding college awareness in High School is essential.

A White House fact sheet from September 2015 says, "With college costs and student debt on the rise, the choices that American families make when searching for and selecting a college have never been more important."

High school counseling teams are stretched.  According to the US Department of Education, in 2013-14, each public school counselor was responsible for 476 students, on average.

Nor can every family afford a “private admissions consultant” - although in 2013, 26 percent of all college applicants hired an independent professional to assist with their college applications.

Our camps are designed to help teenagers learn everything about getting into US colleges  - in a fun way through games, activities, mini-projects and quizzes centered on the college theme (see below).   Camp is a perfect place to learn "Do-It-Yourself" skills about one of the most important decisions a teenager makes.  Because as they say at the library, “Not everything on the internet is true”.  [We offer reduced pricing for children from financially disadvantaged families].

For additional questions about our camps including the location of one nearest you, please call us at 817.571.8346 or send us an email.

Camp Agenda (5 Days; 3½ hours/day; may be shortened to suit audience)

Fun Activities List (not all activities offered in all camps)
  1. Words building of college names
  2. Memory game
  3. Discovery game
  4. Branding game
  5. ONET profiler
  6. Finding careers based on ONET profiles
  7. Finding more about select careers from ONET
  8. Finding hot careers from BLS OOH website
  9. Final Jeopardy Quiz on College Facts through College Navigator Search
  10. Quiz on Scholarship Search
  11. Quiz on Financial Aid (FAFSA)
  12. High School course planning activity 
  13. Quiz on studying abroad (for example, Germany)
  14. Quiz on transferring from 2-year to 4-year college (articulation)
  15. Quiz on estimating college acceptance
  16. Visiting your favorite campus online
  17. Final Case study

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