Benefits of a Summer College Program for the High School Students
Q: From the point of view of admission, what are some of the things that will distinguish a student in the process of college application? Does successful completion of summer college programs will give the students a competitive edge?
A: The students who will do well in the summer college program are seen as perfect candidates in the college admission process. It is advantageous for students to reflect on their experience and what they have learned in the program as a part of their admission application.
Q: Vermont is considered to be the one that has the highest graduation rates in high school, but then again, the number of students who to go college is very low. Do you think that increase greater awareness regarding the summer college programs in Vermont can assist to bridge the gap?
A: I believe that the venture by the state of Vermont in disbursing for at least one college course for the high school student is a great means to assist students to see opportunities for college. I highly hearten schools to share details and information to high school students regarding the dual enrollment program and summer college or precollege programs as a means to engage in a college experience and to obtain a head start on their chosen college degree. For more details about high school program, check out http://www.encyclopedia.com/education/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/international-students
Q: How can the participation of a student in a summer college program can create a positive impression on the college admission officials?
A: The high school students who involve themselves on the summer college programs at http://www.nacel.org/high-school-programs/united-kingdom must participate because of their eagerness to experience and learn college level coursework - not to create a positive impression in the college admission process. And for those students who involve themselves in these programs, we usually find that this kind of experience will supplement other activities as well as course that a student would take, showing an eagerness to attempt doing new things. We usually find that the high school students who are involved in summer college programs will show great interest in learning as well as strong motivation.
Q: How can the high school students benefit from the summer college program?
A: The students can take advantage by means of choosing a program at http://www.nacel.org/high-school-programs/spain that interest them the most. The students must be eager to engage and make the most of their experience. In addition, they must learn how to deal and interact with the other students and professors as well.