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UMSL Bridge Program

The University of Missouri-St. Louis Bridge Program has provided college access services accessible to high school students.  It provides unique and comprehensive year-round precollegiate programming for St. Louis area high school students and parents. 

The Bridge Program Saturday Academy is held the first two Saturdays of each month, from October through March. The academy provides an intensive 11-Saturday program for students in grades 9 through 12. You will be immersed in mathematics, science, written and oral communication, career research, personal and professional development and college planning.

  1. Academic Skills Workshops include Math, Science and Writing:
    Students participate in critical thinking activities designed to enhance their ability to perform well on college entrance exams.
  2. Career Development and College Planning Workshops:
    Freshmen and sophomore students will be involved in structured career planning workshops developed to guide students through important key steps for career identification and effectively develop a focused career plan. All junior and senior students will be engaged in workshops structured to assist with the overall college admissions, financial aid and scholarship research process.

Program Requirements

  • All applicants must be currently enrolled in grades 9th-12th.
  • All applicants must have a 2.5 or higher cumulative grade point average.
  • All applicants must submit a completed application, recommendation letter and middle school final grade report or high school transcript.
  • All applicants should be enrolled in or have completed Algebra.
  • All senior participants must meet with Bridge staff at least once during the Saturday Academy.
  • All participants must agree to meet attendance, performance and behavior requirements.
  • All participants are expected to complete assigned tasks and fully participate in class activities to meet program requirements.

Please note: Students who participated in previous program components must reapply for consideration.

Saturday Academy Sessions

The 2018-2019 Saturday Academy will be held on the first and second Saturday of each month from October 6, 2018 through March, 2019. All activities will be held on scheduled Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on the University of Missouri-St. Louis campus in various laboratories and academic classrooms.

Application Process

The following documents must be submitted to the Bridge Program Office to meet the below program deadline date:

  • Final Application Deadline
    • Friday, August 31, 2018
  • Bridge Program Online Application completed online by the student. Please complete all sections of the online application form.
  • Recommendation Letter completed by your high school counselor, administrator or instructor and submit to the Bridge Program Office. (Note: This is not a requirement for returning Bridge participants.)
  • High School Transcript (All 9th grade students are required to submit a copy of their 8th grade report card.)

 

CAREERS


Click here for 4 Year Plans for Career Paths

COLLEGES

College Visits  
A complete list of when college visits are scheduled in the Guidance Department is available in the Guidance Department, through eNEWS and on the daily announcements. Please feel free to stop by the Guidance Department for applications as well as other various information from various colleges.

Grade Level Checklist
                10th Grade                    11th Grade                                  12th Grade

College Prep Workshops - Information about the college planning process will be coming soon. Click here to find out more about these workshops.

NCAA Clearinghouse -
www.ncaaclearinghouse.net


(Video also found here)

NAIA - www.playnaia.org

Core Course GPA 
            - School ID: 262851
            - School Code: 713122555


TESTING

  • SAT Information - www.collegeboard.com  (Once you enter the SAT web site SAT will not allow you to automatically return to this FHC web site. This is controlled by SAT and they are the only ones that can make the change)


TUTORING

Awaiting tutoring information for 2015-16

 

 

Click here for a list of district approved tutors.

 



 

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