Pre-College Programs: Practice College for Teens! Here's How! by Dr. Jamie Krenn

Pre-College Programs: Practice College for Teens! Here's How!

Is your teen nervous about college? Being away from home, new friends, new living situation and, oh yeah, they have to go to class! Are they free this summer? Did you know colleges and universities offer unique experiences for teens thinking about going to college? They're pre-college programs!

These programs are a unique experience of taking college classes on campus with actual college-level instructors. Many have commuter and residential programs as well as multi-week and single week offerings over the summer. Classes range from humanities, sciences and the arts. Check out local colleges or your kid's dream college website, they may offer something of interest. Most programs will offer feedback on your teen's academic experience which can be helpful for their college applications. Here are a few examples:

Donna John
Wish I had known about this when my kids graduated. Thanks for sharing, Dr. Jamie Krenn !
Elisa Schmitz
Wow, so helpful for me right now! With twins heading to college in the fall, this may be just what they need to prepare. Thank you for sharing, Dr. Jamie Krenn !
Ann Marie Patitucci
This is fantastic! The more preparation, the better! Thanks, Dr. Jamie Krenn !
Sheryl Gould
Dr. Jamie Krenn what a great idea. I am going to share this with my MOTTS community. Sometimes kids don't know if they're ready or want to take a gap year. This is a great idea.
Tracey Clayton
Making transition from high school to university is very exciting, but it can be terrifying at the same time. It is crucial for students to be prepared for the whole process. You can find online a lot of information about that, if you want to go to prestige Stanford University , like my kid, this is something that we found very useful and helpful

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