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The Schuler Network

 The Schuler Network
02/12/2016

When it comes to success, who you know is just as important as what you know—a factor Schuler has incorporated into its program by providing Scholars access to professional networking and career opportunities, such as the Internship and Career Fair that took place on January 7, 2016. A tremendous success, the Internship and Career Fair featured career consultant Claudia Montgomery, who spoke to College and Alumni Scholars on how to network and build a personal brand, as well as 35 different organizations, who were looking to hire for internships,…Read more

WTHS Scholars meet Opera star

 WTHS Scholars meet Opera star
01/19/2016

Warren Township High School junior Scholars had a particularly exciting core exposure. Prior to seeing the new opera, Bel Canto, Scholars had the pleasure of meeting with one of the opera’s stars, tenor William Burden. Playing the Peruvian Vice President Rubén Iglesias, Burden spent a few hours talking to Scholars about the play, his background and his career as an opera star. The following Saturday, Scholars then had the opportunity to see Burden in action. Composed by Jimmy Lopez, Bel Canto is based on the 2001 novel by Ann Patchett. In the…Read more

Schuler featured in EdWeek

12/03/2015

College Scout Mines Below-the-Radar Schools for Diverse Talent. A recruiter from Gettysburg College, a small, highly selective school in Pennsylvania, Darryl Jones is looking for top students from nontraditional backgrounds: those who are the first in their families to attend college, perhaps, or those who come from low-income families. Read the full EdWeek article at www.edweek.org.…Read more

New partnership will increase access to top colleges for Chicago students

11/03/2015

The Schuler Scholar Program announces a partnership with George Westinghouse College Prep in Chicago.  This brings the total of Schuler partnership schools to 14. This partnership represents a collaborative effort to make access to highly selective colleges a reality for students in the city of Chicago. “The opportunities Schuler will provide to our students are exceptional and life-changing,” shared Patrick McGill, Principal, George Westinghouse College Prep. “The mission of the Schuler Scholar Program directly aligns with the work we do…Read more

Class of 2015 College Matriculation List

 Class of 2015 College Matriculation List
05/01/2015

For the Schuler Scholar Program, May 1 marks the best holiday of the year: Decision Day! By May 1, college-bound high school seniors must declare their college decision. These important decisions are celebrated at every Schuler partnership high school by Schuler Scholars, staff members, teachers, and friends of the program. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors learn what they have to look forward to as seniors share their excitement. Congratulations to the Class of 2015. The Schuler Scholar Program is proud to celebrate your hard work and accomplishments…Read more

Wesley Varughese Elected President of Lawrence University Student Government

 Wesley Varughese Elected President of Lawrence University Student Government
03/20/2015

On March 4, 2015, Wesley Varughese officially took office as president of the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC), the university’s student governing body. A Schuler Scholar and graduate of Warren Township High School, Wesley is a junior at Lawrence who arrived on campus and immediately became active in the community. “I am more than ecstatic to take on my new role as president of LUCC…many changes have occurred over the past three years, and I’m excited to see how those dynamics will continue to shape Lawrence as I transition…Read more

Schuler STEM Day 2015

 Schuler STEM Day 2015
By Schuler Scholar Program 03/16/2015

As you read this on your computer, phone, or tablet, you are benefiting from the expertise of thousands of professionals in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. The importance of STEM education has grown at an enormous rate in the past few decades, and colleges are paying attention. We require all Schuler Scholars to take four years of math and science courses, including Advanced Placement (AP) classes when appropriate, and our partnership districts are offering more classes than ever in subjects like computer programming,…Read more