The Sophomore Program is designed to build confidence, ambition, and motivation for students early in their high school years. The academic programming portion of the curriculum consists of Writing & Critical Thinking and Math Matters.
The Test Prep Program, Math Matters, offered to students at no cost, produces results on par with professional test prep programs. Through a series of sessions, the Test Prep Program provides sophomore students with free access to trained teachers, study materials, a structured weekly curriculum, and the individual attention required to increase their scores.
The Sophomore Program encourages students to develop writing and critical thinking skills such as structuring arguments, logical reasoning, and communicating ideas. Weekly discussions on global current events and debate topics provide a forum for developing these skills. In addition, the Sophomore Program curriculum introduces students to the college admissions process and encourages them to develop a Three-Year Course & Activity Plan for high school.
Mentors guide students through the summer program application process and ensure that each student is accepted into a valuable educational program. At the end of the academic year, students are off to summer programs at prep schools, colleges, and universities around the country.