Schuler News

The Philadelphia Center Spotlight: Evelyn Torres

08/08/2018

Each year the College and Alumni Program selects a group of College Scholars to participate in the Philadelphia Center’s summer internship experience. The Philadelphia Center’s off-campus study program offers Scholars with the opportunity to gain college credit while living and learning independently. They are able to explore career paths through real-world applications and rigorous, seminar-style courses. Each week we will share thoughts from our Scholars who participated. Name: Evelyn Torres College: Lycoming College Year in College: Rising…Read more

Round Lake Scholars Dedicate Week to Community Service

07/03/2018

Round Lake High School Schuler Scholars, staff, and volunteers spent June 25 - 29, 2018 dedicating their time and giving back with a week of service throughout their community.  Service projects for the week included volunteering at Bernie’s Book Bank, the Hillcrest Nursing Home, Feed My Starving Children, Avon Township Food Pantry, and creating more than 20 blankets for cancer patients through the Cozies 4 Chemo project.         …Read more

College Visits June 2018

06/20/2018

Last week 100 rising senior scholars and staff took to the air and roads to visit 29 colleges and universities and travel 9,153 miles over five days.  During these visits, scholars were able to visit with college staff and faculty, tour the campuses, sit in on mock classes, and visit with current College Scholars attending that college or university.  We thank everyone who made these trips possible.  See below for a complete list of where our scholars visited:   Bowdoin College Bates College Brandeis University College of the Holy…Read more

Class of 2018 Matriculation List

05/02/2018

May 1 marks an important day of the year for college-bound high school seniors across the nation. By May 1, also known as National College Signing Day, seniors must accept an offer of admission and send a deposit to the school of their choice. Championed by former First Lady Michelle Obama and hosted by schools, organizations, community leaders and influencers across the country, College Signing Day is a chance to rally around students to show support and inspire young people to pursue their education past high school. For Schuler Scholars it is…Read more

Celebrating Decision Day 2018

05/01/2018

Today, the Schuler High School Class of 2018 will be revealing their college choice. Schuler staff, College Scholars, and alumni are celebrating their achievement and hard work over the years.  Be sure to check out our Instagram account (https://www.instagram.com/schulerscholar/) for all of the reveals for #CollegeSigningDay. Check out these words of encouragement from Schuler Alums: “College can be a new start for you. Who do you want to be? Explore, fail, and learn. Be better than you were yesterday.”Omar QuintanaBabson College 2020HPHS…Read more

Chicago Tribune Shout Out

04/26/2018

Read the Chicago Tribune's Shout Out with College Scholar Daniel Parra who was recently named Male Scholar of the Year by the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. Shout Out: Daniel Parra, Maine East grad and national scholar Jennifer Johnson, Pioneer Press April 25, 2018; 4:25 pm     Maine East High School graduate and Niles resident Daniel Parra was recently named Male Scholar of the Year by the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. Parra, currently a student at Stanford University, was recognized on April 19 at the Leaders in Education Awards…Read more

Spring Break 2018 College Visits

04/09/2018

For their 2018 Spring Break, 158 junior scholars and staff took to the air and roads to visit 37 colleges and universities and travel 12,093 miles over ten days.  During these visits, scholars were able to visit with college staff and faculty, tour the campuses, sit in on mock classes, and visit with current College Scholars attending that college or university.  We thank everyone who made these trips possible.  See below for a complete list of where our scholars visited:                  Connecticut College College of…Read more