Academic Portfolio Booster and Homeschooling Program Helps College-Bound Students

Posted on July 6, 2010. Filed under: academic subjects, academic tutoring, admissions advice, college admissions, College Advice, college applications, college counseling, college news, education, homeschool | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |


Are you a college-bound student who needs to improve and boost your academic portfolio / transcript? Your college counselor has been advising you to take some of the more challenging classes at school, but you can’t seem to fit them into your schedule.

Or maybe you have a class or two that you’ve taken in the past that you didn’t perform as well in, and you don’t want a college admissions director to hold that grade against you. It doesn’t represent your true academic ability.

Perhaps there is a required class, maybe in math or the sciences, which you’d rather take during the summer or on your own during the school year at your own pace? You know you can do well, but not as well as if you try to fit it in with all your other classes, extracurricular activities, and community service commitments that you have going on. It might be better if you started it as soon as things slow down, but you can’t just join the class in the middle of the semester.

The College Connections Academic Portfolio Booster Program is a unique, virtual or face to face home school tutoring program for college-bound students who wish to boost their academic portfolios / transcripts by:

  • Taking impressive supplemental high school classes
  • Retaking unsuccessful classes from the past
  • Completing required high school classes on their own and at their own pace

Unlike other tutoring programs, The College Connections Academic Portfolio Booster Program is designed to improve and boost a student’s academic portfolio and support their college admissions strategy. If you’re a college-bound student, here is how this program can really help:

  • You can take any of over 80 high school courses through accredited online virtual high schools—courses that have flexible start and end dates, fit your schedule and also your learning style.
  • All of these high school courses are fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA). All Advanced Placement courses are approved by the College Board. And all courses and diplomas have been reviewed and approved by the NCAA, and the high schools have been approved as online providers by UC “a-g”. All classes also meet or exceed California and national standards.
  • You need to get approval from your high school counselor or administrator to verify that you will receive credit
  • You can finish high school at a quicker pace, sooner than you ever thought. With this program, you don’t have to wait for the next semester to begin a class. You can begin any time of year or now, if you want. Nothing is holding you back!
  • You can retake unsuccessful classes from the past and improve your performance, resulting in an improved academic portfolio / transcript.
  • You can take Advanced Placement classes at a flexible pace or take classes not offered at your school.
  • You can receive individualized support and guidance to help you achieve your academic goals. You’ll receive customized help from specialized experts / Master Tutors with proven success in helping students excel in even the most challenging courses.
  • If you have a learning disability, you will be able to identify skills and concepts that you’re missing. You will learn one-on-one, resulting in speedier and lasting progress.
  • Receive comprehensive tutoring based on your academic needs and goals, no matter where you are in your studies. Relatable, relaxed, and results-proven learning environment.
  • Flexible 7-day a week daytime or evening scheduling and capability of working in a fun, innovative, and convenient virtual learning environment.
  • Here are some of the courses you can take: Algebra I, Algebra II, AP Calculus A/B/C, Geometry A/B, Pre-Calculus, Statistics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Physics A/B, AP Language and Composition A/B , AP Literature and Composition A/B, World Literature, American Literature, British Literature, English 9, Spanish (1, 2, or 3), English 9 A/B, U.S. History, World History, AP U.S. History, and other core and elective classes.
  • We offer four (4) different options for completing a course. (*Note: Students can complete a semester of a course in as few as four (4) weeks or as many as 16, depending on your desired pacing.)

By College Connections Senior Educational Consultants

College Connections Senior Educational Consultants  offer accelerated learning / tutoring programs and services that specialize in improving a student’s academic portfolio to rapidly enhance their college admission strategy.

Determine areas on your transcripts to improve and learn more about The Academic Portfolio Booster Program!

Contact us:

College Connections

866.348.3393

info@college-connections.com

http://www.college-connections.com

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Great website and great information. You are very knowledgeable about this topic and i can’t wait until we come back and visit your website again!


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