BLACK COLLEGE SPORTS & EDUCATION FOUNDATION strongly believes that every student should be prepared for a full range of postsecondary options, including FULL-TIME COLLEGE, COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TECHNICAL COLLEGE and TRADE SCHOOLS.
Athletes should be prepared to meet an additional set of eligibilities set by the NCAA and NAIA.
A college preparatory course is a means by which high school students may better meet scholastic requirements for entry into 4-year colleges and universities, community colleges, technical colleges or trade schools.
Some students start as early as elementary school (i.e. STEM) while others may begin in any grade up to the senior year of high school.
Some college preparatory programs focus on areas like increasing academic readiness, while others specialize in college admissions or financial aid. Some involve families and mentors, and other admissible sponsors.
College preparatory programs take many forms and serve a variety of students.