St. Louis College Prep is always looking for ways to help our scholars succeed. We frequently find a variety of programs outside our school that may benefit our scholars' journey to, and through, college. When we do, you can find them posted below.
A new essay contest sponsored by the Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri is offering middle and high school students at St. Louis College Prep a chance to win a laptop or tablet for sharing their views on school choice. The My Future, My Choice Essay Contest is open to all students in the St. Louis area, with an entry deadline of Nov. 28.
St. Louis College Prep high school scholars are eligible to apply to participate in a college mentoring program provided through Project: youthIMPACT. This four-year long program is designed to help college bound high school scholars develop key leadership skills, access a variety of networking opportunities and connect with current college students through a tutoring and mentoring program. For more information visit http://www.projectyouthimpact.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Louis College Prep ninth and tenth grade scholars have the opportunity this fall to participate in a college readiness program provided though a partnership between Express Scripts and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. For more information visit http://goo.gl/k1ULq1.