During the academic school year, student participants are involved in academic and career counseling. In September, the student, parent and counselor design a personal education plan for each participant. At the end of each marking period the student and counselor meet to access school grades to ensure that the plan is being adhered to. Students are then divided into career clusters to gain more knowledge in their prospective field.
Tutoring is provided 4 days each week in all academic subjects. PSAT/SAT tutorial classes are offered 2 days each week. GEPA and HSPA tutorial classes are held for 20 Saturdays. Students have the opportunity to be mentored by a college student. Students participate in college visits as well as cultural and educational field trips throughout the year.
Extensive help with the college admissions process is given to all seniors. Financial aid information sessions are held weekly during the evenings.
2014-2015 SAT Calendar
Come to S.A.T. classes
Take the S.A.T. on 10/11/14 Read college brochures. Fill out college applications. Visit colleges. Register for November S.A.T. By 10/9/14
Come to S.A.T. classes, read college brochures, take the S.A.T. on 11/8/14
Take the Dec. S.A.T. on 12/6/14. Fill out even more college Applications Register for January S.A.T. by 12/29/14.
Fill out Financial Aid Forms, read college materials,
visit more colleges
Fill out Financial Aid Forms, read college materials, register for March S.A.T. by 02/13/15. Visit more colleges. Take ACT test 2/7/15.
Process Financial Aid Materials. Read college materials. Visit more colleges. Take the S.A.T. on 03/14/15.
Register for May SAT II by 4/4/15. Collect offers of Admissions and evaluate Financial Aid offers.
Take SAT II on 5/2/15
CONGRATULATIONS Class of 2015!!!!!!
HAVE A FANTASTIC SUMMER!!!
Begin now on the road to success. Start by preparing for the S.A.T. Test! S.A.T. classes will begin on September 22, 2014 through December 16, 2014. Classes will be held at the Rowan University Camden Campus.
Schedule of S.A.T. Classes
Increase your college admissions offers & open doors to college scholarships Build your vocabulary through verbal instruction. Learn how to tackle those “difficult” math problems. Enhance your self-confidence through increased SAT scores. Improver your test taking skills while learning new test taking tips.