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College Reach-Out Program

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What is the College Reach-Out Program?

The College Reach-Out Program is a state grant, funded through the Florida Department of Education. The primary objective of the College Reach-Out Program is to increase the number of low-income, educationally disadvantaged students in grades 6-12 who successfully complete a post-secondary education after graduating high school.

Eligibility

Students in grades 6-12 who attend a Title 1 school in St. John’s County.

Students must meet a minimum of one criterion under both guidelines. All guidelines refer to the year immediately prior to the student’s initial year of participation in CROP.

Economic Guidelines
Free Lunch Reduced Lunch
Low Income
Public Assistance
Participated in Wages
First generation college student
Academic Guidelines
Grade point average below 2.5
Suspended/Expelled
Absent more than 20 times in a year
Low math/reading scores

 

Services Provided by CROP

  • Tutoring
  • College campus tours
  • Saturday Events
  • Mentoring
  • Workshops
  • ACT & SAT test preparation
  • Cultural and Academic Enrichment field trips
  • Week-long day camp
  • College experience residential camp

Contact Information

Meg Mattaliano
CROP Lead Intern
610.906.6553
mmattaliano987@flagler.edu

Stephanie Burgess
Assistant Director of College Relations
904.826.8572
sburgess@flagler.edu

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