Applications Open for College Partnership Program
From Centreville High:
Centreville High School is now accepting applications for the College Partnership Program (CPP). The College Partnership Program is a motivational program designed to increase the academic aspiration and enrollment of students in college, particularly first generation college students and minority students. Services include academic counseling, college orientation, and parent and community involvement.
Students are selected for participation in the program based on the following criteria: represents first generation college attendance; demonstrates the ability to achieve and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5; demonstrates a willingness to pursue advanced coursework; demonstrates leadership in school or community activities. Interested students may obtain an application from their school counselor. Deadline for applying is March 15, 2012. Click here for more information about the College Partnership Program.
On Monday, Feb. 13, Centreville HS CPP will present Monica McNutt, former Georgetown University basketball player and Washington Post contributor, to speak with students on her experiences in college and how they can best be prepared for the realities.