The primary goal of the CPP is to increase the number of students, particularly first generation and minority students, that enroll and succeed in college.
Every traditional high school in Fairfax County has a school-based College Partnership program. Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, the CPP will also be available in several alternative and nontraditional high schools.
The College Partnership Program operates as an after-school program and is open to all students. Eighth grade students apply for membership in their high school CPP program through their middle school CPP Advocate.
Students are expected to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 in core classes and attend CPP activities. Parents are expected to attend parent meetings, be aware of student CPP activities and monitor their student's attendance and grades.
Each year, there is a recruitment drive for the College Partnership Program. The program is selective and participants are chosen through an application process. Interested students should contact the Director of Student Services at their local high school.
College Success Program
Middle School After-School Programs
College Success Program Manager
College Partnership Specialist
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March 14, 2016