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    CAMPUS
     
     
    The mission of the Loudoun County Public Schools CAMPUS Program is to provide students from historically under-represented groups in higher education and prospective first generation college students with the academic and personal support to achieve college admission and matriculation.
     
     CAMPUS Standards, Goals & Objectives

    All CAMPUS students are expected to:

    ·         maintain or improve academic performance during their 4 years in high school

    ·         have no significant disciplinary infractions during their 4 years in high school

    ·         have no significant attendance issues during their 4 years in high school

    ·         maintain high moral character at all times

    ·         attend CAMPUS classes and events regularly

    ·         attend at least one college campus visit per year

    ·         complete all projects/activities assigned by the CAMPUS facilitator
     CAMPUS PRESENTATION(Please click link to view document)
    Below are examples of types of topics that may be covered at each grade level for a student in CAMPUS. The topics are subject to change and are given so that you have an idea of what may be covered during a students high school career, if selected into the CAMPUS program.

    9th grade CAMPUS students are expected to:

    ·         understand how they learn best (learning styles)

    ·         learn and/or master an organizational system that works

    ·         learn time management strategies that work

    ·         learn or continue to employ successful study strategies, note-taking, and test taking stratgegies

    ·         improve writing skills

    ·         set goals in the areas of academics, leadership, community service and civic responsibility

    ·         understand how to calculate GPA and its importance to  college admissions

    ·         begin a portfolio of interests, options, activities, achievements, etc that will be used during all 4 years of high school

    ·         work  to understand the capability and functionality of Naviance (Family Connection)

    ·         complete “Do What You Are” in Naviance

    ·         attend LCPS College Fair and Diversity in Education College & Career Fair

     

    10th grade CAMPUS students are expected to:

    ·         complete the “Career Interest Profiler” in Naviance

    ·         use the data from Naviance to begin exploring career options

    ·         complete “Game Plan” section in Naviance

    ·         begin working on the “Resume” section in Naviance

    ·         understand the importance of AP coursework

    ·         understand testing requirements and their importance (SOL’s, PSAT, SAT, AP)

    ·         understand the key components of a transcript and what the data means

    ·         continue to work on portfolios of interests, options, activities and achievements

    ·         continue to improve writing skills

    ·         review and revise goals in areas of academics, leadership, community service and civic responsibility

    ·         attend LCPS College Fair and Diversity in Education College & Career Fair

     

     
      
    11th grade CAMPUS students are expected to:

    ·         understand how to link career options to college majors and how to search for colleges based on that information

    ·         identify important requirements of potential college options

    ·         complete college searches and create a list of colleges to apply to

    ·         visit as many of these potential colleges as possible

    ·         begin writing college essays, personal statements for critique

    ·         create a list of teachers/coaches/counselors  who may be used as references

    ·         complete practice college applications

    ·         begin to understand and research the financial aid process

    ·         continue to work on portfolios of interests, options, activities and achievements

    ·         update Resume, Game Plan sections of Naviance

    ·         attend LCPS College Fair and Diversity in Education College & Career Fair

    ·         review and revise goals in areas of academics, leadership, community service and civic responsibility

     

    12th grade CAMPUS students are expected to:

    ·         review and revise goals in areas of academics, leadership, community service and civic responsibility

    ·         begin and complete the college application process

    ·         begin and complete the financial aid process

    ·         communicate college acceptances and rejections to guidance counselor

     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on November 18, 2019