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.
Their future - your influence - JOIN ME!
"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
We want students to reach their full God-given potential.
With your efforts and this curriculum we can help them do just that!
Lesson at a Glance
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.