No matter the educational setting students struggle to see their future clearly and connect their education with life. This often results in a lack of academic motivation, stress and planning for the future.

“There is no elevator to success – you have to take the stairs.” As expressed by two great motivators, Harry Wong and Zig Ziglar.  ​The high school years are the final flight of our student’s journey prior to launching into adult life.  It is a crucial time for educators, parents and pastors to invest time and energy to help students understand the importance of these "stairs" and how to navigate them through a biblical lens!

Prep4Success guidance lessons provide biblically integrated educational curriculum designed to assist educators, parents and youth pastors in important timely conversations and activities to enhance student success, build relationships and foster hope for the future.  Materials include classroom curriculum, lesson plans, activities, multi-media PowerPoints and videos targeting 6th -10th graders to motivate early college and life planning.  

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"Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”  Matthew 25:40

Prep4Success wants to partner with you by providing curriculum that will:
 

1.   Highlight what God’s word says about students, their journey and their future

2.   Inspire an understanding of the importance of their education and the impact on their future

3.   Teach knowledge and skills needed for success in the high school years and life beyond

4.   Facilitate deeper relationships between teacher/counselors/parents/pastors and their students

5.   Encourage and provide opportunity for collaborative learning

6.   Ease student transition into high school and the post high school years

7.   Increase self-confidence and reduce stress

And so...

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We want students to reach their full God-given potential.

With your efforts and this curriculum we can help them do just that!

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While some freshmen may have had one or two high school level classes in 8th grade, the 9th grade year will plunge them into a whole new world of expectations and experiences, such as finals week. This lesson provides a framework for you to discuss and prepare them for this strenuous academic experience.


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High School Prep4Success Curriculum Guide, Lessons and Toolbox

May 20, 2018

The high school years can be mysterious, exciting and yet scary for students to consider.   There will be new responsibilities including increased rigor and workload for students.  These materials are designed to help you set up key sessions with your students to provide them the opportunity to gain a better understanding of what to expect and gain valuable skills to meet their new challenges with success.

This knowledge will help them maximize the opportunities that lie ahead and make connections between their high school years and their future, resulting in a sense of motivation and excitement for these important years.

While many of the topics are content heavy, these lessons are filled with opportunities to participate, practice, self-assess and set goals.  Best of all they are filled with stories and scripture that illuminate the significance of this information to their future. 

Bonus:

This quality time with your students is the perfect opportunity to build a relationship with them prior to the heading into the important high school years.

Lessons:

 

How High School Works

  • Introduction/Overview of the High School Transition

  • High School Guest Speaker Day/Student Panel

  • GPA and Transcripts

  • Earning Credits and Class Rank

  • Opportunities Available

  • Conduct and Connecting to My future

 

Successful Study Skills

  • Learning and Using My Resources

  • Habits of Successful High School Students

  • Learning styles

  • Listening Skills

  • Note Taking

  • Textbook Reading

  • Test Preparation

  • Test Taking

 

Digital Footprints:

  • Digital Footprint

  • Digital Citizenship

  • Internet Uses and Security

 

Self-Management:

  • Time Management

  • Organization

  • Decision-making

 

Lessons:

  • Got Purpose?

  • Got Talent?

  • Talent and Career Research

 

High School Prep4Success Curriculum

Guide and Toolbox:

Provides the philosophy, instructional goals, student objectives, and items to set up your time together for success such as Lesson Topics Student Survey, Student Anticipation Survey, Teacher Observations Survey, Parent Observations Survey, Sample Student Syllabus, Sample Surveys, Sample Parent Email, Intro Day Video Script and Parent Permission Forms, Certificate of Completion

How High School Works – Freshmen Orientation Curriculum Guide, Lessons and Toolbox

May 20, 2018

The high school years can be mysterious, even scary for students to consider.   These materials are designed to help you set up key sessions with your students to provide them the opportunity to gain a better understanding of what to expect.  This knowledge will help them maximize the opportunities that lie ahead and make connections between their high school years and their future, resulting in a sense of motivation and excitement for these important years.

While many of the topics are content heavy, these lessons are filled with opportunities to participate and practice.  Best of all they are filled with stories and scripture that illuminate the significance of this information to their future. 

This curriculum is ideal for freshmen orientation activities whether you have a workshop or a series of class meetings with eighth graders.

Bonus:

This quality time with your students is the perfect opportunity to build a relationship with them prior to the heading into the important high school years.

Lessons:

  • Introduction/Overview of the High School Transition

  • High School Guest Speaker Day/Student Panel

  • GPA and Transcripts

  • Earning Credits and Class Rank

  • Opportunities Available

  • Conduct and Connecting to My future

  • Learning and Using My Resources

 

Curriculum Guide and Toolbox:

Provides the philosophy, instructional goals, student objectives, and items to set up your time together for success such as Lesson Topics Student Survey, Student Anticipation Survey, Teacher Observations Survey, Parent Observations Survey, Sample Student Syllabus, Sample Surveys, Sample Parent Email, Intro Day Video Script and Parent Permission Forms, Certificate of Completion

Successful Study Skills

May 20, 2018

The high school years will demand an increased rigor and workload for students.  To meet the challenges ahead, students need to work harder, but with the use of specific study strategies they can work smarter and be more effective. 

 

In these lessons students will have the opportunity to evaluate their current academic habits, discover their personal learning style strengths, review study strategies of successful students and identify action steps for personal improvement.

  • Habits of Successful High School Students

  • Learning styles

  • Listening Skills

  • Note Taking

  • Textbook Reading

  • Test Preparation

  • Test Taking

Gods Calling

May 20, 2018

God’s calling is more than finding a vocation.  It is having a deep sense of overall purpose and an understanding of one’s individual divine design.  These lessons inspire meaningful conversations and spiritual investigation surrounding these important topics.  Students are also guided through personal assessment, introspection and research highlighted by biblical truth and scripture.

 

Lessons:

  • Got Purpose?

  • Got Talent?

  • Talent and Career Research

Self-Management

May 20, 2018

Good self-management practices are key to success throughout life.  These skills take self-awareness, know-how and practice.  Scripture is filled with confirmation that self-control and wise practices lead to success and true happiness.  In these lessons students will assess their personal practices and learn new ones.

 

Lessons:

  • Time Management

  • Organization

  • Decision-making

Digital Footprint

May 20, 2018

Our world is online and moving at a faster pace than ever before.  Our students are growing up in a unique time in history that presents both great opportunities and even greater challenges.  In these lessons students will understand the impact of online activities as it pertains to their future, as well as their personal safety.  Students will learn how digital footprints are created, how to exercise responsibility and apply biblical principles to online activities.

 

Lessons:

  • Digital Footprint

  • Digital Citizenship

  • Internet Uses and Security

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