Services include in-class and extended day tutoring, yearly age-appropriate student college planning activities and learning portfolios, GED, ESL, ABE and computer classes for parents; college outreach activities and campus visits for students and parents; mentoring for students from Central Washington University Bridges program with help for math, writing and language arts, technology and enrichment. More access is developed for students to access ‘college in the high school’ programs for capable students through training subsidies for teachers to CWU’s Cornerstone Project, and support for districts to develop these options.
100% of 2011 high school seniors receive focused attention to complete college applications and FAFSA, develop scholarship applications, and prepare for taking admissions tests to eliminate the need for remediation as college freshmen.
As of February 2011, all seven school districts are close to meeting the goal to have 100% of the senior class at each school apply for post-secondary education. What an accomplishment!