One-on-one academic and personal advising sessions at the target high schools
Monthly Saturday meetings with workshops on a variety of topics
Academic plans for all students
Community service projects for charities or specific groups
Senior trip to a major metropolitan center, such as St. Louis, Chicago, or Cleveland where they visit universities, museums, cultural centers, and attend a play or other live performance.
Assistance in completing financial aid and college admission applications.
The Bridge Scholars program which provides six free college credits for our high school graduates.
Residential, academic summer component held on the NKU campus
Core subjects (Language Arts, Writing, Math, Science, Foreign Language) and enrichment classes that stress an academic edge for college
Weekly field trips
Cultural activities such as visiting a museum or attending a performance
On Campus apartment living as a means to really understand the college experience. (Students are on campus from Sunday through Friday evenings -- weekends are spent at home.)
Did you Know?
Approximately 90% of our students enroll in college the fall after they graduate from high school.
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