GLEN ROCK, NJ - Glen Rock Community School is excited to announce a new two-day college boot camp for rising high school seniors and current juniors in June.

This exclusive college preparedness boot camp will cover basic through advanced college searching and application strategy. Fine tune the college list, learn what colleges look for in an applicant, master the college essay, and become well-versed in the world of financial scholarships.

There are six sections which will be dispersed over the two days with plenty of Q & A time, individual attention to each student’s college list, as well as one critique of each student’s essay provided after the conclusion of the program.

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The six sections in the workshop are as follows: building a successful college list, inside the admissions' committee, the college essay, common app workshop, money and college, and case studies. Each day during lunch there is time for individual consultations. This boot camp is extremely valuable and cost effective at $299 for the weekend.

The college boot camp is led by Paul Kaser who has experience in college admissions offices and holds the title of Director of College Counseling for a top New Jersey high school. He is an active member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC). He is an invaluable resource and Glen Rock Community School is ecstatic to offer his boot camp.

The program will take place at Glen Rock High School on Saturday, June 20 and Sunday, June 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. There is a limited number of spaces. Students may register through Community Pass or call (201) 389-5011.