10th Grade College Readiness
In this course we consider the various ways that you can begin preparing for college in the 9th and 10th grade. We focus on setting goals and matching individual personalities and preferences with careers and colleges in order to prepare you for the college application experience. By the end of the course, you will have researched careers and colleges, written an essay to a common application, and, at the end of the course, taken a critical look at the goals set at the beginning of the year in order to determine a plan of action for your following academic year.
11th Grade College Readiness
The purpose of this course is to prepare you for success in the college of your choice during your 11thGrade year at Democracy Prep Harlem High School. To that end, this course will focus on finding a match between you and a college. You will engage in careful self-analysis to approach, thoughtfully and seriously, the process of selecting schools to apply to. Additionally, this course will cover an in-depth analysis of the college application process. Your engagement and willingness to accept responsibility for this process—to really participate by doing the hard work of applying to colleges—will demonstrate your readiness for college
The purpose of this course is to prepare you for success in the college of your choice through the standardized test preparation during your 11th Grade year. To that end, one of the factors in your application process will be standardized test scores. This course addresses improving your standardized test scores for more compelling applications. Scores will be improved through your own hard work and ownership of this process. The more you practice outside of the classroom and own your own process, the higher your scores will be.
This year, Democracy Prep Harlem High School has partnered with A-List, an innovative educational service dedicated to helping students from all backgrounds achieve their academic goals and successfully prepare for educational futures.This course will meet during Monday – Thursday school days. During one of these four class periods each week, students will meet in assigned small groups for targeted tutoring sessions. DPHHS invested in these tutors through A-List to maximize your test score potential.
|New York University|
|Franklin and Marshall|
|University of Pennsylvania|
|Queens University Charlotte|
|New York University|
Alumni Relations at Democracy Prep
The mission of Democracy Prep Public Schools (DPPS) is to educate responsible citizen scholars for success in the college of their choice and a life of active citizenship. Nearly 90% of all DPPS high school graduates currently attend four-year colleges. 40% of them are at top-tier schools.