The program includes:
Afterschool Academy-Scholars work on building their math, science, and reading comprehensive while participating in an enrichment activity that engages them in acquiring new technology skills.
Aim High Academy – Scholars participate in courses that includes mathematics, science, literature, and elective cultural or arts classes in order to prevent summer learning loss and also to give them a head start on the next school year.
The College Application and Placement Program- Scholars being to prepare for their college life after high school. Students participate in SAT and/or ACT preparation courses, participate in application and financial aid workshops, school visits, and receive individualized support for families as they navigate the college admissions process.
Case Management - Ambassadors
Each Compass Scholar is assigned to an Ambassador who shepherds the critical relationship between students, parents, schools, and community from middle school through high school and college completion. Compass Education Center’s staff members fill gaps and find resources to make college possible. We work over the long term to meet the needs of the whole child – academic, social, physical, and emotional – to ensure she remains on the path to college.
Saturday and After-School Programming
Research shows that juveniles engage in more risky behavior between 3 p.m. and 6p.m. In order to keep our girls engaged and academically focused throughout the school year, Compass offers Saturday and after-school programming. Students participate in project-based academic activities and community service while learning valuable skills.