FALL 18' ACT PREP SESSIONS

Greenville High School and Bridges to College present - Fall ACT Prep Course

Get prepared for the October 27th test!

 

ACT Prep Sessions are a great way to become familiar the ACT test and process.

 

Download: ACT Prep Session Application - FALL 2018

 

Individual Subject Sessions will be held on the following days. You may register for single sessions or all 4 sessions at a discounted rate (see Registration Sheet for details ACT Prep Session Application):

  • Sun., Sep. 30, 4 pm -7 pm: Reading . Proctored by Emily Kremer, Greenville High School, Room 226

  • Sun., Oct. 7th, 4 pm-7 pm: Math . Proctored by Elizabeth Shields, Greenville High School, Room 226

  • Sun., Oct. 14th, 4 pm-7 pm: Science . Proctored by Roy Defrain, Greenville High School, Room 186

  • Sun., Oct. 21st 8, 4 pm-7 pm: English . Proctored by Emily Kremer, Greenville High School, Room 226

9th ANNUAL B2C GOLF OUTTING

You are invited to participate in the 9th Annual Karlh McCallister Memorial Golf Outing.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Bridges to College Program

DOWNLOAD: KM-Golf Tournament Brochure

DOWNLOAD: Tee Sponsor Form

VISIT: The Get Involved Page to Learn More about our Annual Tournament
 

Saturday, June 16, 2018

  • 12:00 pm Shotgun Start

  • 4 Person Scramble Format

  • Dinner, Golf Prizes, and Reverse Raffle immediately following outing.

 

LOCATION:

Turtle Creek Golf Course

6545 St. Rt. 36 E.

Greenville, Ohio 45331

937-548-3563

 

Entry Fee Includes:

  • Green Fees, Golf Cart, Dinner and One

    • (Please wear soft spike & dress appropriately)

  • Entry in Reverse Raffle

  • Golf Prizes for Winners

    • (places to be determined by the number of entries)

  • Skills Contests for

    • closest to pin, longest drive, longest putt

Bridges to College Partners with the United Way in June 2017

Because of this support, we have started an ACT class in Darke County.  ACT scores are the most important facter for a student to be considered for institutional finanacial aid- this is merit aid that does not have to be paid back.  It is also money that will be made available to the student each year of a student's career.

 

Our goal is to better our student's score, and give them access to more financial help.

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2016-2017 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

1st Year Scholarship Recipients
Katy Bolen

Tara Guillozet

Justin McMiller

Taylor Ward

 

2nd Year Scholarship Recipients
Lexi Roth

 

3rd Year Scholarship Recipients

Jacob Butsch

Chloe Lance

Tyler Landis

Mason Rich

4th Year Scholarship Recipients
Austin Bergman

Taylor Bergman

Haleigh Luce

2015-2016 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

1st Year Scholarship Recipients
Jacob Butsch, Anderson University
Chloe Lance, Cedarville University
Tyler Landis, Ball State University
Masen Rich, Ball State University

 

2nd Year Scholarship Recipients
Taylor Bergman, Wilmington College
Haeigh Luce, Capital University
Shanelle Smith, Ball State University
Cole Ward, Indiana Weslyan University

 

3rd Year Scholarship Recipients
Austin Bergman, University of Dayton
Sydney Hunt, Owens College
Brittney Ulman, Ball State University
Erica Waller, MIT

 

4th Year Scholarship Recipients
Christina Cost, IU East
Mason Perez, Black Hawk College

2014-2015 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

1st Year Scholarship Recipients
Taylor Bergman
Haleigh Luce
Shanelle Smith
Cole Ward

 

2nd Year Scholarship Recipients
Austin Bergman
Sydney Hunt
Brittany Ulman
Erica Waller

 

3rd Year Scholarship Recipients
Christina Cost
Mason Perez
Brandi Spille

 

4th Year Scholarship Recipients
Kami Berner
Simon Hoying
Abigail MacKenzie Adams

2013-2014 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Austin Bergman, University of Dayton
Sydney Hunt, Owens Community College
Brittany Ulman, Ball State University
Erica Waller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Christina Cost, Indiana University-East
Lacy Hoening, Bowling Green State University
Mason Perez, Wright State University
Brandi Spille, Wilmington College
Kami Berner, University of Indianapolis
Simon Hoying, Ball State University
Abigail MacKenzie, Miami University
Kate Schmitmeyer, Case Western Reserve University
Kayla Young, Ohio State University

2012-2013 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Christina Cost, Miami University
Lacy Hoening, Bowling Green State University
Mason Perez, Wright State University
Conor Ramge, Wright State University
Brandi Spille, Wilmington College
Kami Berner, University of Indianapolis
Simon Hoying, Ball State University
Abigail MacKenzie, Miami University
Kate Schmitmeyer, Case Western Reserve University
Kayla Young, Ohio State University
Renee Schmitmeyer, Case Western Reserve University

2011-2012 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Kami Berner, University of Indianapolis
Danielle Ditty, Ball State University
Harlee Foshee, Edison Community College
Simon Hoying, Ball State University
Abigail MacKenzie, Miami University
Kate Schmitmeyer, Case Western Reserve University
Kayla Young, The Ohio State University
Rachel Foureman, The Ohio State University
Renee Schmitmeyer, Case Western Reserve University
Matt Suter, Miami University
Kelsi Eberst, Wright State University

2010-2011 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Brittany Doseck, Ball State University
Olivia Resor, Wright State University
Kate Schmitmeyer, Case Western Reserve University
Kayla Young, Ohio State University
Rachel Foureman, Ohio State University
Renee Schmitmeyer, Case Western Reserve University
Matt Suter, Miami University
Alan Wombolt, Ball State University
Kelsi Eberst, Wright State University
Claire McKinney, Valparaiso University
Tyler Luce, Wright State University
Hannah McKinney, Loyola University – Chicago

2009-2010 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Tessa Clark, University of Cincinnati
Rachel Foureman, Ohio State University
Cameron Raterman, Wright State University
Renee Schmitmeyer, Case Western Reserve University
Jennifer Suter, Ohio University
Matt Suter, Miami University
Alan Wombolt, Ball State University
Kelsi Eberst, Wright State University
Claire McKinney, Valparaiso University
Chassidy Glaze, Purdue University
Tyler Luce, Wright State University
Hannah McKinney, Loyola University - Chicago
Casey Strawser, Wittenberg University

2008-2009 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Kristen Davidson, Manchester College
Kelsi Eberst, Wright State University
Kendra Landis, Sinclair Community College
Claire McKinney, Valparaiso University
Chris Studebaker, Wright State University
Staci Weaver, Ball State University
Wes Wirrig, Manchester College
Chassidy Glaze, Purdue University
Tyler Luce, Wright State University
Hannah McKinney, Loyola University – Chicago
Jennifer Shafer, Tiffin University
Casey Strawser, Wittenberg University

2007-2008 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Chassidy Glaze, Purdue University
Tyler Luce, Wright State University
Hannah McKinney, Loyola University – Chicago
Jennifer Shafer, Tiffin University
Casey Strawser, Wittenberg University

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COLLEGE PREP

College Information: Students can choose between community colleges, public colleges, private colleges or for-profit institutions.

The KnowHow2Go site offers steps middle and high school students can take toward college.

COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Community colleges often offer the lowest tuition rates. Students can go to a community college and receive a two-year or associate’s degree or they can transfer those credits to a four-year university.

 

Community colleges usually don’t offer housing and students commute to class.

 

Nearby community colleges that offer Darke County residents in-state tuition rates:

FOUR YEAR COLLEGES & INSTITUTIONS

Four-year colleges and universities offer four-year or bachelor’s degrees. Many also offer advanced degrees. Some universities, such as Ohio State and Wright State, have branch campuses. Public universities have tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students, with out-of-state students paying more. Darke County students can also attend Ball State University in Muncie, Ind., at the school’s in-state tuition rate.

Ohio has 14 public universities. They include:

Bowling Green State University
Central State University
Cleveland State University
Kent State University
Miami University
Northeast Ohio Medical University
Ohio State University
Ohio University
Shawnee State University
University of Akron
University of Cincinnati
University of Toledo
Wright State University
Youngstown State University
Ball State University, Muncie, Ind.

PRIVATE COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

Private colleges and universities usually have a higher tuition rate than public schools. However, many of these colleges also offer more financial aid. In some cases, it may be less expensive to attend a private school than a public school. If you are considering a private college or university, it may be wise to apply to a mix of public and private schools.

 

Some private colleges in Ohio include:

Antioch College
Ashland University
Baldwin Wallace University
Bluffton University
Capital University
Case Western Reserve University
Cedarville College
College of Mount St. Joseph
Columbus College of Art and Design
Defiance College
Denison University
Franklin University
Heidelberg University
John Carroll University
Kenyon College
Kettering College
Lake Erie College
Marietta College
Muskingum College
Oberlin College
Ohio Northern University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Otterbein University
Tiffin University
University of Dayton
University of Findlay
University of Northwestern Ohio
Urbana University
Wilmington College
Wittenberg University
Xavier University

 

For a complete list of Ohio’s private colleges, click here.

CAREER EXPLORATION

When considering careers, students should look at both the education required and the job outlook. Below are several websites that have useful information.

The Occupational Outlook Handbook is the government's premier source of career guidance featuring hundreds of occupations.

The Ohio Labor Market Information site offers reports and data about employment levels, unemployment rates, wages and earnings, employment projections, jobs, training resources and careers.

The Career Key offers a career interest inventory.

PAYING FOR COLLEGE

For an overview of Federal Student Aid, click here.

FinAid! offers lots of helpful information on financial aid.


The Wall Street Journal has a special section on education and publishes articles frequently about paying for college.


The New York Times also offers a special section on college.

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CONTACT US

Bridges to College
P.O. Box 223
Greenville, OH 45331
(937) 423-2442
Email: Ohiobridges2college@gmail.com

Anne McKinney, Executive Director

© 2017 Ohio Bridges to College