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Changing Faces in Education and Sports

The coronavirus created a mass disruption for in-schooling in the spring semester of the 2019-20 school year.
Disappearing Classes
Immediately over 50.8 million public school students would be affected
The Cold of Winter
School closures causes indecisions for students in the middle of the school year
Virtual Adjustment
Remote learning becomes commonplace as shift to distance learning begins
Masking Up
Complying with coronavirus guidelines became an issue for some schools and parents
Sports: How do We Adjust?
The world of sports came to a grinding halt as they tried to adjust
To Play or Not to Play
Touch and go...a delicate balance in competitive sports
Overcoming new odds...some managed to cope
Where Do We Go From Here?
What will be the "new norm'?

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If you are nearing the end of your high school days, and preparing for the next level- there’s an over-whelming amount of information to sift through and a lot of decisions to make. Let us help you make a seamless transition.


Commonly Asked Questions

What is CPAP*?

The Comprehensive Preparation Assistance Program is a non-profit organization that offers free supplemental support to students, student-athletes and existing organizations in areas of  (1) educational preparation (2) funding (3) career development and much more. Individualize profiles afford students an opportunity to build a career path to their educational goals at the college, technical and trade school levels.

What are some advantages of CPAP*?

The Comprehensive Preparation Assistance Program has compiled one of the most extensive resources for students and athletes in career development.  There are vast information libraries, video instructions, zoom sessions, webinars, podcasts and much more...  

What info does CPAP* provide?

Some of the items in the directories include high school curriculum development, college selections and curriculums, financial sources, essay writing, applications, academic and athletic eligibilities and much more.

Is there a cost involved?

There is absolutely no cost to students or their families to participate in the program. Some added incentives like college application fees assistance may be available.

Does CPAP* work with CBOs, churches, etc.?

Yes! CPAP* supplements and integrates well with existing community-based youth organizations, afterschool programs and church programs. Students can sign up individually when no support groups are available. 

How long does the program last?

The Comprehensive Preparation Assistance Program is a flexible program designed to work with students from the sixth grade to their senior year of high school. CBOs, etc. can filter portions of the program to fit their needs.

How do I get started?

Simply register online by visiting the website homepage of BCSEF. A follow-up person-to-person interview is required.



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If you are nearing the end of your high school days, and preparing for the next level- there’s an over-whelming amount of information to sift through and a lot of decisions to make. Let us help you make a seamless transition.


The Comprehensive Preparatory Assistance Program is crafted to provide students from middle school to high school with tools and resources to chart a path to a successful future.


What percentage of college grads get jobs right away? What fields offer the best opportunities? CPAP has updated catalogs to keep you in the loop.


Many parents of high school students share the same concerns: How to help your child to get a college education without the burden of an astronomical student loan debt. We provide a wealth of information to assist you!


How many students participate in high school sports? How are schools functioning during this transistion from the normal. What are your options? dreams?


The workplace is rapidly changing. We can help you prepare for the Global Workforce.with a FREE program designed to get you on the right path to success! To Get Started! Watch this video...

Into the Future

$53B plan could aid HBCUs underfunding

The Century Foundation is calling on lawmakers, state and private donors to invest $53 billion into the endowments of historically Black colleges and universities to make up for historic underfunding.
At public HBCUs, the average endowment per full-time equivalent student was $7,265 in the 2019 fiscal year, about 3 ½ times smaller than the average endowment at public non-HBCU colleges.

HBCU Presidents Discuss Infrastructure Needs

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference, several presidents of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) shared their visible and invisible infrastructure needs on campus and the importance of more federal support for HBCUs.
U.S. Representative Alma Adams of North Carolina leads the Caucus debate.

History Makers

“Just because you get discouraged, it doesn’t give you the right to quit.”   
T.D. Jakes

America is comprised of achievers – under and over, who had to overcome obstacles despite the ominous challenges some faced. Beginning  with their pursuit for education, these folks achieved goals beyond their wildest imaginations, perhaps. Nonetheless, they are examples that we can use for inspiration in our own quest for excellence.  

Thurgood Marshall
Lincoln University of Pennsylvania
Lawyer and civil rights activist…the first African American Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (October 1967 - October 1991). Led the NAACP fight for desegregation of public schools.
Dr. Robert Screen
Hampton University
Head tennis coach of the only HBCU to win an NCAA tennis title. Pirates won two NCAA Division II tennis championships, 22 straight CIAA titles and 11 consecutive MEAC championships and 1,068 matches.
Rosalyn Brewer
Spelman College
CEO, Walgreens Boots Alliance…the only African American CEO of a Fortune 500 company.
Spencer Christian
Hampton University
Former weather forecaster, ABC's Good Morning America, 1986 - 1998.
Alex Haley
Elizabeth City State
Writer and the author of Roots: The Saga of an African American Family which a television miniseries viewed by 130 million in 1976.
Robert "Bob" Moorman
Hampton Institute
First full-time commissioner of the CIAA. President, NCAA College Division Commissioners’ Association; member: NCAA Council, NCAA Television Committee, Division II Basketball and Football Committees, Chairman, NCAA Professional Liaison Committee.

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We offer a  free Comprehensive Preparatory Assistance Program .

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