The College Achievement Minority Program for Unique Students (CAMPUS) is a Loudoun County Public Schools initiative with the purpose of providing support and encouragement to students who demonstrate the ability to achieve academic success and college admission.   CAMPUS is designed to meet the specific needs of minority, first generation and economically disadvantaged college bound students.  Recognizing the need for services designed specifically for under-represented students, ideas for CAMPUS were generated by a committee of counselors, parents, administrators, and central office staff.


    CAMPUS provides students with systematic and coordinated experiences to enhance academic success and ensure proper college preparation.  The program supports students from the time they leave middle school until high school graduation.  CAMPUS includes academic enrichment and support, development of self-advocacy skills, goal setting, mentorship opportunities and experiences, college and scholarship training, leadership development, carefully guided course selection, community service, and meaningful co-curricular and extracurricular activities.  CAMPUS provides services and support for the students to help them succeed in high school and in college entry.  Students who are well prepared in high school are better prepared to enter and complete college.


    Application and Additonal Information for the CAMPUS program at Riverside High School will be available in the Spring.

Last Modified on September 15, 2017