Baltimore County Public Schools will hold a free, two-day College Application Boot Camp for students in the Class of 2015 on June 26 at Loch Raven High School in Towson.
During the two days, a representative from Tufts University will discuss the admissions process, while BCPS English teachers and school counselors will lend assistance with writing college essays and understanding financial aid, respectively. Auxiliary informational sessions will review Naviance, an online resource geared toward promoting college- and career-readiness, and the
college search. Students interested in participating in the boot camp must RSVP with their school counselors by June 6.
Offered annually to rising seniors by the school system’s Office of School Counseling, the boot camp provides students with an opportunity to jump-start the college application process. This year’s boot camp will be the second
for the school system. Last year, more than 300 students and approximately 170 of their parents attended the boot camp to learn about the Common Application, essay preparation, NCAA eligibility, selective admissions, applications to military academies, state scholarships and other financial aid.