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College Counseling Corner (9th-12th)

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In 2020, Peak Education hired a new director of college counseling, Jasmine Rainey. Jasmine is leading our efforts to provide excellent college and scholarship counseling, empowering our students to reach higher. Jasmine runs application workshops, hosts college representatives, connects students with resources, and provides one-on-one support to juniors and seniors in Peak Education as well as the Sach’s Foundation’s Elevated program. 

Impact Service Project 2.0

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In January 2022, the ISP began its second year at Peak Education; made possible through a grant from L3Harris. By participating in the Impact Service Project, Peak Education Scholars have the chance to take on some of our community’s biggest challenges. In response to problems identified in local businesses, nonprofits, and educational institutions, students will work in small group teams—with the support of a coach—to identify root causes of local area problems and identify solutions.

Near-Peer Mentoring

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Peak Ed college students can build their leadership skills and give back to the community by mentoring younger students in 9th and 10th grade, sharing their recent perspectives on setting goals, making choices, and developing habits to help them navigate their early high school years and stay focused on their postsecondary dreams.

Community Mentoring

College Success Program

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Our Programs

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The purpose of the Peak Ed Community Mentoring program is to assist students (mentees) in their junior and senior years as they define their educational and career goals and apply for entrance into post-secondary institutions.

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Headed by Peak Education's Mentoring and College Success Coordinator, Anne Taylor, the College Success Program is dedicated to supporting our high school graduates as they navigate through their first year of college.