Middle school students will get a jumpstart on your college preparation and learn the importance of higher education as you experience college life first hand. As a participant in the College Reach-Out Program, students have an opportunity to enhance their academic skills, meet and make friends with students from other schools while planning for a successful future in middle and high school with an eye toward college. In addition, engaging workshops are held for parents on such topics as financial learning, paying for college and time management.
• Students in grades 6th – 9th
• Students interested in career programs
• Students who meet program academic and economic criteria
What program activities are offered?
• Math, reading, life skills and technology classes
• Parent Workshops
• College/University field trips
• Career Exploration
Where is the program held?
The program meets mainly at FSCJ's Downtown Campus, with some events held at other FSCJ campuses and centers.
When is the program held?
College Reach-Out Program begins in January
What do participants say about the College Reach-Out Program?
"Everyone was very engaging and encouraging, not just the staff but also the other students. They really want to see everyone get into college." -Isaiah P.
For more information, contact FSCJ CARES at (904) 633-8179.