Academic Success Program
12200 Ford Road, Suite 350
Dallas, Texas 75234
College Advisor for Bryan Adams High School
College Advsior for South Oak Cliff High School
College Advisor for Conrad High School
College Advisor for Hillcrest High School
Sara Elizabeth Miller
Chief Operating Officer
Contact for Obama Male Leadership Academy,
Garza Early College High School,
Patton Academic Center
We believe education has the power to transform.
And not just individuals. With each student that takes an AP class, or scores well on the SAT, or gets into a top-tier university, the bar is raised for everyone. By lifting expectations for the students we serve, the Academic Success Program promotes a college-going culture in communities.
We work with all key players – including students, parents and college admissions officers to gain higher education access for our students, with a focus on those who are first-generation, low-income and/or underrepresented minorities. We work with students to identify the best fit as they continue on their path to higher education – be that an Ivy League school or local college. This holistic approach delivers results.
The Academic Success Program Dallas (ASP Dallas) is a Texas nonprofit* college access program that aims to build a college-going culture in DFW high schools. During the 2011-2012 academic year, ASP served over 1300 students at 3 high schools and received over $15 million dollars in free money for college attendance! During the 2010-2011 academic year, ASP served over 1600 students at 3 high schools earn over $13 million dollars in scholarships and grants. During the 2009-2010 academic year, we helped more than 3000 students in 6 Dallas high schools receive $37 million in scholarship offers. ASP Dallas students have been accepted to schools including: Harvard, UPenn, Dartmouth, Columbia, Bates, Bowdoin, Wellesley, Tulane, SMU, and all of the major Texas colleges and universities.
ASP Dallas is an open enrollment program available at four Dallas high schools: Bryan Adams High School, Hillcrest High School, J. L. Patton Academic Center, and W.W. Samuell High School.
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