• Decisions, Decisions!

    As we enter spring, colleges and universities have begun sending out their admissions decisions—which makes for a very exciting time here at College Possible. Many of our seniors have received multiple acceptances and are now making their decisions on where they will be next year. Jamilla, a senior at West Philadelphia High School, has five […]

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  • Juniors see growth in more than just SAT scores

    Junior year with College Possible focuses heavily on SAT prep, and as the ‘real deal’ SAT is right around the corner for our students, we have not only seen significant improvements in practice test scores, but also in our students’ class grades. Two juniors at Mastbaum High School recently voiced how College Possible has helped […]

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  • Omaha Launch! 2017: Join Us on April 22!

    This isn’t your average commencement ceremony. On April 22, come ready to experience the sheer joy of students who have overcome great odds to make their dreams of college admission come true! There will be celebratory speakers, presentations, prizes for students and an atmosphere unique to College Possible Omaha complete with cheers and camaraderie. Community Members: […]

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  • Scholarship changes college affordability

    Caitlyn radiates determination. A senior at Millard South, Caitlyn maintains a 3.8 GPA, securing her place on the honor roll, while being actively involved in forensics and volunteer opportunities. She constantly strives to succeed through self-motivation by overcoming her past circumstances.   As a child, Caitlyn jumped from home to home until Child Protective Services […]

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  • Recruitment in Full Swing at College Possible Philadelphia

    College Possible Philadelphia is well into the recruitment of sophomores to join our program for next year. From tabling during our partner schools’ lunches to hosting info sessions during and after school, we have been hard at work to make sure students know of all the ways we support them once in the program. I […]

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  • College Possible Minnesota Student Featured in the New York Times

    Autumn, a student in College Possible’s Tech-Connected High School Program, was recently featured in a New York Times story, Voices From Rural America on Why (or Why Not) to Go to College. The story was accompanied by an article examining the under-representation of rural students on college campuses and organizations like College Possible that are […]

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  • Mid-Year Update

    Our students are working hard to apply to college, submit their FAFSAs and register for classes! Read our Mid-Year Update to see all they have accomplished: Juniors increased their scores by 10% between the Baseline ACT/SAT and the first practice ACT/SAT 98% of seniors have applied to at least one college, while 90% have applied to […]

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  • WCIU-TV Features Full Episode on College Possible Chicago

    Check out the latest episode of WCIU-TV’s Now.Chicago! College Possible Chicago was given a full, half-hour feature! “I’m really excited today to promote an organization that is talking the talk and walking the walk in their efforts to make college admission and success possible for low-income students,” said WCIU-TV’s Jon Hansen, host of Now.Chicago. Hear […]

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  • DNAinfo Recognizes Chicago Coach

    “I’ve learned from Doris that if you really want to succeed in life, you have to work really hard to achieve that goal,” says Josani, a senior at Kelly High School. Doris Medina, who was unable to enroll at a four-year college directly after high school, struggled to obtain her degree. After graduating from the […]

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  • Meet Destiny

    “My College Possible coaches haven’t just helped me increase my ACT score and apply to colleges; they’ve made me feel confident in myself.”

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  • Meet Jessica

    “Making it through college, a step that people think is impossible for students with backgrounds like mine, is the most amazing thing.”

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