CPS Learn.Plan.Succeed (various post-secondary options for students)
2022-23 JCP College Handbook
2022-23 JCP School Profile
Post-Secondary Planning Resources List
College Informational Workshops Offered to Families
Standardized Testing Information
Eligibility: Rigorous courseload, Top 5-10% of graduating class, strong student academically and overall, has financial need and other personal circumstances that would prevent them from pursuing college without aid.
Application Process: Rigorous process with different stages. https://www.questbridge.org/high-school-students/national-college-match/how-it-works
Deadline: September 26, 2023
Award Amount: Full cost of attendance
Information at: www.questbridge.org
What is it? Posse’s four program components are designed to ensure our Scholars’ success. With support from Posse, Scholars excel at school, win competitive internships, and earn prestigious awards. After graduation, many of our alumni are admitted to elite graduate programs and hired for top jobs.
Eligibility: Students must be nominated by their high school or a community-based organization; be in the first term of their senior year in high school; demonstrate leadership within their high school, community, or family; and demonstrate academic potential. The Posse Scholarship is neither a minority nor a need-based scholarship. It is open to students of all backgrounds.
Application Process: Students participate in the Dynamic Assessment Process, Posse's unique nomination program.
Deadline: Nominations are due mid-June (School Nomination or Alumni Nomination)
Award Amount: Tuition only
Information at: www.possefoundation.org
Financial Aid Overview