Charting For Success
About The Program
Charting for Success provides a streamlined, comprehensive approach to college and career readiness for students in middle and high schools. The initiative creates and models a college-going culture for middle and high school student participants. Each lesson will guide students through the steps necessary to move toward a post-high-school plan of action. In addition, both students and parents are engaged in planning for student’s post-secondary education and/or training. Through lessons, activities and events, students will address the key steps for future academic and career success. The activities include: academic preparation, SAT/ACT workshops, paid internships, college/career exploration, in state and out of state college tours, college financing and financial literacy.
- Open to students in grades 8 through 11
- Must have at least a 2.5 GPA
- Must be on track to graduate with Core 40 Diploma
- Must complete a graduation plan
- Required to participate in 20 hours of community service each semester
- Community service projects will be scheduled by Charting for Success Coordinator
- Must take a minimum (2) two SAT/ACT tests by January of Junior year.
- Required to attend 80% of Charting for Success classes yearly to maintain eligibility
Communities in Schools Lake County, 100 W Chicago Ave. Suite G, East Chicago, IN 46312