Do you attend one of the schools we work with?
- Cunningham Middle School
- North Shore Middle School
- North Shore 9th Grade Campus
- North Shore 10th Grade Center
- North Shore Senior High
- Null Middle School
- CE King High School
- Sheldon Early College High School
We are currently accepting applications from students that attend Cunningham Middle School, North Shore Middle School, Null Middle School, King Middle School, North Shore 9th Grade Campus, North Shore Senior High, CE King High School (9th, 11th,12th ) & Sheldon Early College (9th, 11th, 12th).
All information will be kept confidential and used only to determine eligibility for the TRIO Educational Talent Search program. Please include all required information in order to be considered. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!
Services we offer
- Academic Advising (Virtual (COVID-19 Protocol) /In-person (Once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted)
- Virtual Academic Tutoring
- College Campus Tours (Virtual (COVID-19 Protocol) /In-person (Once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted)
- Cultural/Educational Activities
- ACT/SAT Preparation Assistance
- Student Workshops
- Parent Workshops
- Career Exploration Assistance
- Leadership Development Opportunities
- Assistance with College Applications and the FAFSA
- Scholarship Assistance
- Financial Literacy Workshops
- ACT/SAT Exam Fee Waivers
And much more!
Dates are subject to change. In-person events scheduled for 2021 will depend on COVID-19. Participants will be notified via email with details prior to each event. All events are free to TRIO ETS participants.
What are Trio Programs
TRIO ETS is a federally funded program designed to provide a variety of free support services to help students successfully complete secondary school and prepare them to complete a postsecondary education of their choice. Although priority is given to students that are first-generation or low-income, we have limited space available for additional students that do not meet these criteria. First-generation is defined as neither parent having earned a bachelor’s degree.