Prep for Prep helps the best and brightest African-American, Latino, and Asian-
American students in the New York City area earn scholarships to leading ...
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what What is Prep for Prep? Prep for Prep helps the best and brightest African-American, Latino, and Asian-American students in the New York City area earn scholarships to leading independent schools. To make sure they are among the most successful students there, we prepare them beforehand with an advanced academic program. We also offer our students life-changing opportunities, great activities, and support from middle school all the way through college. We do all this so that our diverse students become leaders in society. Prep for Prep is a nonprofit organization that does not charge tuition for its services.
Independent school and Prep for Prep taught my daughter there are no limits in life for her. — Luz, Prep parent
Kevin, I.S. 211 Brooklyn, Harvard, Doctor; Seagram, P.S. 34 Manhattan, Amherst, Doctor; Melanie, I.S. 239 Brooklyn, Yale, Doctor; Daylon, P.S. 75 Manhattan, Duke, Scientific Researcher; Michelle, P.S. 383 Brooklyn, Harvard, Doctor; Peggy, Hunter Elementary Manhattan, Yale, Doctor
Prep for Prep places its students in New York City’s leading independent schools. These college preparatory schools are considered the best in the country with small classes, dedicated teachers, and fantastic facilities. All Prep students receive scholarships every year that fully meet their families’ financial need.
Karen, P.S. 126 Bronx, Brown, Lawyer; Joshua, P.S. 383 Brooklyn, Harvard, Lawyer; Juan, P.S. 33 Bronx, Wesleyan, Advertising Executive; Omar, P.S. 391 Brooklyn, Columbia, Banker; Marene, Villa Maria Academy Bronx, Dartmouth, Banker; Tate, P.S. 227 Queens, Wesleyan, Banker
Harvard is the college most attended by Prep for Prep students. Prep sends more of its students to Ivy League colleges than any other program of its kind.
Our nearly 2,000 college graduates go on to become successful leaders in top careers. Most are bankers, lawyers, doctors, teachers, artists, and government officials. They also give back to their communities.
Prep offers incredible opportunities to its students. World travel to France, Ghana, and Japan. Summer jobs at places like Chase, ESPN, New York Hospital, the NY Mets, Time Warner, and the White House. Field trips to Broadway shows, Yankee games, and museums. College trips and SAT preparation.
Independent schools today are eager to attract students from ALL different backgrounds. As a matter of fact, 25% of New York independent school students are now African-American, Latino, or Asian-American and that number is growing every year. The independent schools that Prep’s 800 students attend offer our students $20 million in scholarships every year! This all sounds too good to be true. How do I join?
First, you have to be admitted to Prep, which is very competitive. Second, if you are accepted we want to make sure you are among the most successful students in your independent school right from the beginning. So, we will prepare you with advanced classes that take place over two summers and the school year in-between those summers. During those 14 months, you’ll study very hard, but you will earn a lifetime of incredible opportunities and make the best friends you have ever had.
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Do Prep students fit in at their independent schools?
What should I do next? Francisco, P.S. 166 Queens, Yale; Luis, P.S. 124 Brooklyn, Boston College; Curtis, P.S. 223 Manhattan, Columbia
I’ve been fortunate through the utter commitment of Prep for Prep to scale the Great Wall of China, volunteer in an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, and attend Yale. My horizon is now limitless.
why Prep students explore Paris.
Prep graduate Francisco found great summer jobs for Prep college students Curtis and Luis with the New York Mets.
— Gabriel Deleon graduate of P.S. 6 Manhattan now a freshman at Yale
African-American, Latino, Native American, Middle Eastern, and Asian-American 5th and 6th graders from the New York City area with outstanding reading scores on the English Language Arts (ELA) test are encouraged to apply to Prep. Students from public, charter, and parochial schools may apply. Share this information with your parents. Talk to your guidance counselor, visit www.prepforprep.org, or call 212.579.1470 to find out if you are eligible. Información en español esta disponible a www.prepforprep.org/admissions 如果您想看有关 “Prep for Prep” 的中文资料 , 请访问我们网站中的 “ 招生 ” (admissions) 栏目
Prep for Prep Admissions 163 West 91st Street New York, NY 10024 212.579.1470 E-mail us at: [email protected]
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If there’s one thing that Prep for Prep taught me, it was to dream big.
— Leslie-Bernard Joseph, graduate of I.S. 74 Queens, and Princeton Student Body President of Princeton
What is Prep for Prep? Prep for Prep helps the best and brightest African-American, Latino, and Asian-American students in the New York City area earn scholarships to leading independent schools. To make sure they are among the most successful students there, we prepare them beforehand with an advanced academic program. We also offer our students life-changing opportunities, great activities, and support from middle school all the way through college. We do all this so that our diverse students become leaders in society. Prep for Prep is a nonprofit organization that does not charge tuition for its services.
Reach for the Stars,
Become One of Ours