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Learn details about accessing the College Bound Scholarship.
This presentation about leadership for College and Career Readiness was done by Stephanie Leitz, Principal, Wahkiakum High School, Renee Carney, Director of eLearning and Educational Partnerships, Lower Columbia College, and Michele Haberlach, Math Teacher, Wahkiakum High School at the GU March 2015 professional development workshop "Building on our Successes: Sharing What Works”.
This presentation about increasing AP participation and success was done by North Central High School administrators. This session was held at the March 23-24. 2015—eastside workshop “Building on our Successes: Sharing What Works”.
This presentation was done by GU staff from Rosalia School District and Rogers High School in Spokane. This session was held at the March 23-24. 2015—eastside workshop “
Selections from the UW Dream Project handbook. For use during the College Application Campaign.
This handout can be used with students and families to help students stay on track throughout the process of applying for financial aid during their senior year.
This handout can be used with students and families to help debunk common financial aid myths.
Handout for high school seniors who have enrolled in the College Bound Scholarship program. Includes information on requirements, costs that covered, college admissions, and financial aid.
This presentation is from GEAR UP West 2013. In today's economy, is the cost of a college education really worth it? The answer is a resounding YES! This workshop will give your students and their families a new outlook on college and the value that education provides to their lives. Tangible tools and realistic expectations for today's students with regard to financing their education and planning their future in a financially sound manner.
Individual-Level and Setting-Level Indicators Handout

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