High School

Throughout four years of high school, Schuler Scholars engage in a variety of academic, personal, and college preparatory programs, which are funded by the Schuler Scholar Program and are at no cost to the student or family. 

The five pillars of our program: Academics, Leadership and Personal Development, Exposures, College Counseling, and College and Alumni Support ensure our Scholars receive the support they need to get into and succeed at highly selective colleges and universities. 

The Five Pillars

Academics

Schuler provides rigorous academic enrichment and support in key subjects, including reading, writing, and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields.

Leadership and Personal Development

All Scholars participate in a10 day leadership camp experience during the summer before their freshman year, along with workshops throughout high school designed to build teamwork, leadership, problem solving, and time management skills, amongst others.

Exposures

Schuler provides cultural, civic and social experiences for Scholars to help explore interests and encourage learning outside the classroom. Scholars explore Chicago and even travel nationwide and abroad.

College Counseling

Schuler provides extensive one-on-one college counseling support to Scholars and their families, including a 2-6 week summer program at a top college, college visits during junior and senior year, assistance securing financial aid, and much more. 

College and Alumni Support

Scholars receive continued support through college and beyong, including access to mentors, job and internship opportunities only available to Scholars, professional development workship and help applying to graduate school and a Schuler network for life.

Scholar Coach Gwenna worked with Scholars at CRSM on math projects to celebrate Pi day.

Scholar Coach Gwenna worked with Scholars at CRSM on math projects to celebrate Pi day.

Warren Township HS Senior Scholars at their Symphony exposure.

Warren Township HS Senior Scholars at their Symphony exposure.