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    On Campus Resources

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    You are not alone! Outside of meeting with your school counselor, check out the great resources Franklin has for you!

    College Access Now (CAN)

    CAN (College Access Now) works with over 210 Juniors and Seniors on every aspect of the college admissions process, including deciding where to apply, visiting campuses, completing applications,working on personal statements, standardized test registration and preparation, applying for colleges, applying for financial aid and deciding where to attend!100% of Franklin Seniors in CAN have been offered admission to college each year!

    CAN works closely with the Counseling Office in many capacities to deliver college and career readiness events and classroom lessons to all students at Franklin.

    Even if you are not officially in CAN, their door is always open to anyone seeking support on the college process.

    For more information, you can call the CAN office at: 206-252-6166, email Reggie Cole, Program Supervisor at reggie@collegeaccessnow.org or visit their website at www.collegeaccessnow.org

    University of Washington Upward Bound

    The UB six week summer academy (June 24th – August 1st ) offers multiple college prep courses taught by UW professors and staff at the University of Washington.Throughout the regular school year the UW Upward Bound Program also provides Saturday Academy classes. UB provides SAT and ACT test preparation, intensive Math and English instruction, career workshops, college tours, financial aid and scholarship assistance, academic and personal counseling, and much more!


    Pick up an application in the Counseling Office, or email Fina Marino, UW-Upward Bound Counselor at finam@u.washington.edu

    http://www.washington.edu/omad/upward-bound/

    STEMsub (formerly Math Science Upward Bound)

    The University of Washington Math Science Upward Bound (STEMsub) Program is for Sophomores  at Franklin who are desiring to receive a degree and start a career in the math and sciences.
    Applications are available in the Counseling Office and at http://uwmsub.org
    Email Dave Wolczyk, Counselor with MSUB, at dwolczyk@u.washington.edu

    YMCA Tutoring and Support Services

    Stop and talk to Ms. Agnes Leapai in room 206A to learn about all the after-school tutoring, clubs and events that the YMCA offers at Franklin.

    You can email Agnes at atleapai@seattleschools.org  or visit http://www.seattleymca.org