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College Bound is a college and career readiness program that works to ensure high school students graduate on time with a customized plan for the future. This year-round program provides daily academic support, sponsors numerous college pathway activities, assists with resource acquisition, explores career options, and prepares members for a successful experience after high school graduation.

At the heart of the program is the one-on-one case management through which students receive the individualized guidance, encouragement, and resources they need to set and obtain their educational goals, whether that be through college, military, or trade school pursuits.

Our College Bound program is open to all high school students, introducing them to the idea and attainability of a college education, providing guidance and resources, and preparing them for success after graduation. The program also includes workshops and support for parents, since many of our graduates are the first in their families to pursue education beyond high school.

Our Club launched College Bound in 2014 and it has grown exponentially year after year. Our school partners with Santa Ana, Orange, and Newport-Mesa Unified School Districts have given the Club access to expand College Bound into all public high schools in these districts once we secure sustainable funding.

College Bound has been my academic guidance throughout high school. From workshops to one-on-one meetings with my advisor, College Bound has offered a variety of resources to prepare me for the future and given me a different perspective on life.

-Judit, age 17, College Bound Member

TEEN CENTER LOCATION

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF SANTA ANA

Joe MacPherson Center for Opportunity

950 West Highland Street
Santa Ana, CA 92703

HIGH SCHOOL PARTNER SITES

Costa Mesa

Estancia

Orange

El Modena
Orange

Santa Ana

Century
Middle College
NOVA
Saddleback
Samueli
Santa Ana
Segerstrom
Valley

Questions or Comments?
Juan Carrillo, Director of College and Career Development
(714) 543-5540, ext. 315
[email protected]