Winter Open Houses

You are invited to attend our upcoming Open Houses at our Carmel Valley and Rancho Bernardo locations where you will gain valuable insights into SAT and ACT tests, creating a College Planning Timeline, the foundations of Common Core, preparing for AP exams, Financial Aid, scholarships and more!

Rancho Bernardo  Carmel Valley
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
12230 World Trade Drive, Suite 150
San Diego, CA. 92128
T: (858) 673-8988
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Wednesday, December 9, 2015
11250 El Camino Real, Suite 105
San Diego, CA. 92130
T: (858) 793-8880
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The following information sessions will be offered at both open houses. Contact your preferred campus to RSVP and select which two sessions you would like to attend. 

SAT:  Gain Important Insights into the New SAT

If you or your student is interested in learning more about the new changes to the SAT starting this March, this information session is for you!

• Examine the changes being made to the new SAT and understand how these changes affect the ways students should prepare for the tests.

• Learn about the main reasons behind the changes

• See how Summa's courses help prepare students for the challenges of the new SAT and PSAT

 

Understanding the ACT and How It’s Different from the SAT

Do you often wonder whether or not the ACT is a good fit for your student? Attend our ACT information session to learn about the structure of the ACT, and gain some insight into Summa's ACT programs designed to help students preparing for the February and April exams. 

• Learn about the structure and content of the ACT

• Examine the differences between the ACT, current SAT, and redesigned SAT

• Understand the curriculum and goals of a Summa ACT course

 

College Planning Timeline: What You Should Be Doing and When

Wondering when to start planning for college and what milestones you should be meeting along the way? Join us for a presentation on the important steps students and parents can take in 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades to help gain admission into their top choices for schools.

• Gain valuable information about the main academic and extracurricular aspects that students should focus on throughout high school to prepare for college applications

• Learn what colleges are looking for and how to develop a compelling application

• Discover how Summa can help students strengthen college applications and provide guidance for becoming college-ready

 

Understanding Common Core 

The adoption of Common Core State Standards in our schools has been a cause of confusion and concern for students, parents, and even teachers. This session will help parents and students get a better understanding of the objectives of the Common Core curriculum and how it is actually being implemented in the classroom. 

• Gain insightful knowledge about the Common Core approach

• Understand the purpose for the shift to Common Core and the difficulties associated with this transition

• Learn how Summa can help improve students’ results with Math and Writing/Literature courses

 

AP Test and SAT Subject Preparation

Advanced Placement (AP) and SAT Subject test scores are an important part of a student’s college application. Find out how Summa can help students excel on these exams by attending this session where we’ll review the subjects offered, course curriculum, our results, and more!

• Recognize the importance of AP exams and SAT Subject tests for college applications

• Outline the structure and content of AP exams and SAT Subject tests

• Understand the curriculum and goals of a Summa AP/SAT Subject Review course

 

Navigating and Understanding Financial Aid and Scholarships

Meet Summa Education's very own Financial Aid Counselor, Becky Priest, as she makes sense out of how financial aid works, the application process, sources of funds available to families, and the importance of mapping out your college financial options now! 

• Recognize the different categories, types, and sources of financial aid

• Understand how to calculate financial need

• Receive valuable online resources to help you through the process

• Determine ways to pay for college, including whether or not to borrow

 

To RSVP or if you have any additional questions, please call or email us today:

Carmel Valley: (858) 793-8880 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or
Rancho Bernardo: (858) 673-8988 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.