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     (College Achievement - a Minority Program for Unique Students)
    Sarah Jones                        Lindsey Walls                      Trey Flynn 

    Our Mission: CAMPUS, a Guidance Services initiative of Loudoun County Public Schools, is an academic and college preparation program designed to meet the specific needs of students from historically under-represented groups in higher education and prospective first-generation college students. We provide academic enrichment and support, self-advocacy skills development, college and university visits, college and scholarship preparation, leadership development, carefully guided course selection, community service opportunities, and meaningful co-curricular and extracurricular activities.

    Additional information about CAMPUS: https://www.lcps.org/Page/1899 .

     CAMPUS is a non-credited class that meets either on A days during 4th or B days during 6th block, depending on the student's grade.
     LCPS COLLEGE FAIR!college

    LCPS College Fair date - September 25th, 2022!  Early admittance to all CAMPUS and AVID Students is offered during the College Fair!

    So, what's the best way to do a College Fair? Click on this link and find out about Barcode Scanning that makes it a much more enjoyable and easy experience! Register for the fair

    Want to know who is going to be at the College Fair? The list of attendees will be updated shortly. Please check back for the list of colleges. 


    Tutoring Assistance

    If you are in need of a tutor, the National Honor Society (NHS) has an online form you can fill out to request a tutor. The service is free and National Honor Society is working very hard this year to help tutor more students in our community. Please see the sponsors (above) for more details. Students can also use Tutor.com through Schoology.

Last Modified on December 7, 2022