"CAMPUS is an academic and college preparation program designed to meet the specific needs of students from historically under-represented populations in higher education and prospective first-generation college students attending Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS)." - An excerpt from LCPS Website 
        CAMPUS was created by LCPS guidance in 2002, and it is a program that assist students who present the motivation and ability to reach academic success and admission to college.
        According to LCPS Website, CAMPUS program is highly recommended to students who:
    • Will be the first in their family to graduate from a college or university
    • Come from an historically under-represented population in higher education
    • Come from a single-parent family, and
    • May be considered socio-economically disadvantaged
       Also, LCPS website states that candidates should show promise for high school and college success, and will be selected based on a variety of factors including: 
    • Potential aptitude for success in post-secondary education
    • Leadership potential
    • Demonstrated interest in learning
    • Teacher recommendations
    Applications are not yet available.
         CAMPUS provides various meetings and activities throughout the school year with a goal of preparing student for not only college admission but also successful graduation from college. Students are selected to CAMPUS through an application process, which most students will begin in the spring of their 8th grade year. Please see House A school counselors office to obtain the application packet or complete it online click for 2016-2017 application  and printing it. All applicants must submit a completed application, including a writing sample and two teacher recommendations, which then will be due to Ms. Jeane.  The application is also available in SPANISH 2016-2017.
         For more information about CAMPUS , please visit CAMPUS page at LCPS Website 
Last Modified on March 16, 2017