Welcome Estill High School!
College Summit South Carolina welcomes Estill High School, Hampton County School District Two, as our newest partner for the 2011-12 school year.> Read more
Peer Leader Academy
There was a spirit of energy and enthusiasm as fifty five + College Summit S.C. Peer Leaders landed on the Midlands Technical College Airport campus for t heir annual Peer Leader Academy. During the event, Peer Leaders began working on a video testimonial that will document their journey through the year- long college admissions process. Students worked with members of the University of S.C.Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity Inc. to create resumes to give them a competitive edge in the job market. Peer Leaders were also given the opportunity to create their own unique FAFSA PINs (personal identification numbers).> Read more
Twenty-five educators from across the state set foot on the campus of South Carolina State University on August 5, 2011 to learn how to prepare the next generation of college-bound students.> Read more
VIP Reception at USC
College Summit hosted a fundraising reception at the University of South Carolina on March 24, 2011, featuring special guest speaker, Congressman James E. Clyburn (D-SC). Hosted in collaboration with the University of South Carolina Office of the Provost and the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce, the event was intended to increase awareness of College Summit and to expand the organization’s base of friends and supporters.> Read more
Spring Educators Academy
Twenty educators from across the state traveled to West Columbia to attend College Summit’s Spring Educators Academy on March 3, 2011 Midlands Technical College-Airport Campus.> Read more
Orangeburg-Wilkerson High Hosts FAFSA EVents
The cornerstone to any grant or scholarship search is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA is a free application provided by the U.S. Department of Education that can qualify students for government-funded scholarships and grants. The application must be completed and submitted to the federal government in order to be considered for public and university financial aid programs, as well. Putting off or not filing the FAFSA means risking missing the deadline and severing one’s chances of receiving thousands of dollars in free college money. The FAFSA may be completed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.> Read more
2011 School of the Year: Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School
Don Cheadle College Summit Founding Spokesman
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