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Hailing from Brown and 15 other schools, some Ivies and some not, the students and more than 20 college administrators are here at the invitation of 1vyG, a first-generation student network launched last year at Brown. 1vyG’s founders, juniors Manuel Contreras, Jessica Brown, and Stanley Stewart, have been studying the obstacles that first-generation students like them face at Brown, and the three-day conference, believed to be the first of its kind, is a natural extension of that. Are students at other schools dealing with the same challenges, and how can they share information to help improve campus life for all?

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But Topeka High also has many poor and struggling white students, as well as students of Mexican descent and children of migrant farmworkers, some undocumented. A handful of students, mainly affluent ones, will go to the Ivy League. But the graduation rate hovers in the low 70 percent range, the principal said; 45 percent of graduates go to a four-year college, and 17 percent go to a two-year college. More than half the students are poor by federal standards.

 

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Summer Pre-College students stay in a freshman residence hall in the modern, fully air-conditioned Commonwealth Honors College Residential Community. Each floor is assigned two Program Assistants (PAs), experienced UMass undergrads who work as RAs during the school year. The PAs act as mentors, get participants situated on campus, lead them in various activities, and give them the scoop on Res Life. A Residence Hall Director lives in the residence hall throughout the program and is on-call at night. The Residence Hall Director is a trained member of the UMass Res Life program and offers support, guidance, and night-time supervision. Residence Hall floors are single sex, and each student is assigned a roommate. We enforce an 10:30pm nightly curfew.

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As they look to graduation, many Topeka High seniors are debating the value of a college education. Is it worth their while to go to a four-year institution? Or should they choose a two-year degree, technical school or the work force instead?

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Experience immersion in Buenos Aires with the Spanish Language and Community Service program from API High School! Participants can opt for a duration of two weeks or a month long program, partaking of an opportunity to live with host families and practice Spanish inside and outside the classroom. Classes are held in the mornings, while the afternoons are filled with cultural activities and visits to local attractions. Excursions on the weekends to Iguazu Falls and a nearby estancia.

Join API High School as we travel through a land of true literary giants: the United Kingdom! After a full tour of London, we will venture through England and Scotland. We'll visit writers' homes and see the very spots where inspiration struck, from medieval castles, to pastoral countryside, to busy cafes.

High school students are introduced to the art and design college experience in Paris. The program is open to high school students entering their junior or senior year and recent high school graduates. Many enroll to develop a portfolio for the college admissions process.

The API High School French Language Immersion Program gives students the chance to study intensive French language at the Institut Catholique de Paris, located in the 6th arrondissement (or neighborhood) of Paris.

To study and live in Florence is to walk the streets of Dante, Brunelleschi, Giotto and many other contributors to the arts and humanities. Students will have plenty of real-world opportunities to apply what they learn in the classroom as they visit local markets, learn from local artisans, see masterpieces firsthand in museums, and participate in local pastimes. Students will also get to experience other regions of the country on excursions to majestic Rome, idyllic Tuscania, and magical Venice.

API High School offers the chance to study Spanish language and culture in an immersion setting the the university town of Salamanca, Spain. Programs are available with and without college credit. Classes for the non-credit option (ages 14-15) are held during the mornings at a centrally-located language and culture institute in Salamanca; classes for the college credit option (ages 16-18) are held at the University of Salamanca. Cultural activities and excursions take place outside of class.

The API high school community service trip in Costa Rica is a two week program intended to introduce students to the local communities and the diverse natural environment of Costa Rica. Participants will travel to Sarapiqui, Arenal Volcano area, and Manuel Antonio performing service work with local farmers, environmental groups, and schools.

API High School students in Ecuador will get to see many different facets of this beautiful country: from the quaint colonialism of the capital city, to indigenous marketplaces, to amazing environmental sites such as snow-capped volcanoes, dense jungles, and even a cloud forest. Students will fulfill 20 service hours through once-in-a-lifetime experiences, helping to improve the living conditions of the local communities and volunteering at a tropical farming project.

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"Prepare yourself to live, work, and succeed in a global economy. Study abroad connects American high school students with future leaders around the world, enabling them to collaborate on today’s global challenges such as human rights, community development, workforce development, climate change, and global health. Scholarship opportunities are open to all American high school students who meet program eligibility criteria. The Department of State seeks applicants representing the diversity of the United States."