College Prep Academy Assessment

Please complete the form in as much detail as possible. The College Prep Advisers will use this information to help you develop a college and scholarship plan of action. Please note at least one parent needs to attend the assessment meeting. Please make sure you have signed up for one of the assessment meetings and signed up for the CPA activities in which you will be participating. This assessment is for College Prep Academy participants only.
 

Your First Name (required)
 
Your Last Name (required)
 
Your Email (required)
 
Your Mobile (required)
 

Parent Name (required)
 
Parent's Email (required)
 
Parent's Mobile (required)
 

High School(required)
Note: If you school is not listed then Select other (last choice) & enter your school name in the next box

 
If your school was not listed above then enter the full name of your school below:
If your school was listed then skip this question

 
Class Rank (required) (if you don't know check your transcript or put don't know)

 
Un-weighted GPA (required)
 
Weighted GPA (required)
 
List highest SAT score or date when you plan to take it (required)

 
List highest ACT score or date when you plan to take it or no plans (required)

 
List all AP Classes you have taken in High School

 

List your top 3 colleges choices (required)
College #1
College #2
College #3

 

List your top 3 areas of study / majors (required)
Major #1
Major #2
Major #3

 

Have you visited any of the schools?
YesNo
 

List any awards, accomplishments & special recognition you have received in high school

 

List your volunteer work you have completed in high school

 

List the total number of volunteer hours completed since 9th grade

 

List your extracurricular activities you have completed in high school

 

List the leadership positions you have held since 9th grade

 

Describe something that makes you unique

 

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Testimonials

 

He is taking more responsibility. His attitude has changed. He knows what he wants to do has a career and what college he would like to attend.

 
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