College Applications and Acceptance

Students successfully applied and were accepted to multiple public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, career and technical programs or the military by using the My Readiness Coach program. Because of the level of support program participants received since middle school, students applied to 2,927 schools and were admitted into 2,417 post-secondary institutions. By the end of each student’s junior year of high school students were eligible to be admitted into five post-secondary schools based on GPA’s, Class Rank and College Admissions Test Scores.

 

Number of Student Applicants vs. Number of Acceptances

TYPE
BLACK
ASIAN
HISPANIC
WHITE
OTHER
TOTAL
# of Students
1,685
306
235
1,069
250
3,533
# of Schools Applied to
987
435
497
639
369
2,927
# of Students Accepted
786
389
379
570
296
2,417

Post-Secondary Student Results

This data shows where My Readiness Coach seniors decided to attend after high school. Students that selected either a private school or out of state school did so with either a full or partial scholarship. Financial aid was added to cover the balance. All of our community college students attended community colleges at little to no cost with full and partial financial aid funding. The average student in the My Readiness Coach program will graduate with only $22,000 in debt. That is a student loan repayment of $253.00 per month.

 

Types of Post-Secondary School’s Selected by Student’s

Low Income/First Generation Student Statistics

My Readiness Coach is designed to provide high-quality content and to mentor all students, regardless of their family income and first-generation status.

TYPE
BLACK
ASIAN
HISPANIC
WHITE
OTHER
TOTAL
# of Students
1685
306
235
1069
250
3533
State Schools
967
105
78
567
123
1840
Private Schools
146
134
44
265
47
636
Out of State Four-Year Schools
56
43
21
97
38
255
Community College
230
11
22
31
9
341
Technical Vocational Programs
120
6
20
18
14
178
Military Careers
56
0
5
31
9
101
Straight to Work
110
7
45
24
8
194

Low Income/First Generation Student Statistics

My Readiness Coach is designed to provide high-quality content and to mentor all students, regardless of their family income and first-generation status.

TYPE
BLACK
ASIAN
HISPANIC
WHITE
OTHER
TOTAL
# of Students
1685
306
235
1069
250
3533
Low Income Students
1376
197
210
679
195
2657
First Generation Students
1369
287
224
870
231
2981

Student SAT & ACT Participation Results 

The data indicates the number of students who took the SAT or ACT multiple times to achieve the desired test scores needed to meet a school’s entrance requirements. Students started preparing for their SAT or ACT as early as 9th–grade. All students by the end of their junior year of high school had achieved their desired college admissions test score for admissions and scholarship opportunities making their chances of landing an admission offer or scholarship opportunity much better.

TYPE
BLACK
ASIAN
HISPANIC
WHITE
OTHER
TOTAL
# of Students
1685
306
235
1069
250
3533
SAT Test
679
278
98
789
56
1900
SAT Subject Test
432
268
60
656
34
1450
ACT Test
1234
300
210
800
187
2731