Who is the Command Education Accelerator™ Program right for?
Both the Passion Project Accelerator™ (9th and 10th grade) and College Application Accelerator™ (11th and 12th grade) programs are geared towards students who are interested in getting into an Ivy League or Top 20 school.
By enrolling in the Command Education Accelerator™ Program, students will learn how to turn their passions into a unique “hook” to stand out and create a high school roadmap to set themselves up to achieve their short and long term goals. They will also dive deep into the college application process and review crucial steps such as the college list, application essays, college interviews, and much more.
What is included in the Command Education Accelerator™ Programs?
Six proprietary video modules by Senior Mentors from Command Education
Customized worksheets and homework assignments related to each video module
A private 45-minute session with a Senior Mentor from Command Education to be booked after completion of the program. The student and Senior Mentor will review the student’s work from the modules, receive individualized feedback on their progress, and begin developing a customized roadmap for success
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Course Overview Passion Project Accelerator™
(9th and 10th Grade)
MODULE 1: Knowing Yourself: How to Set Yourself Apart in College Admissions Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of emotional intelligence and learn about the qualities colleges look for in students.
MODULE 2: Brainstorming Your Passion Project Students will begin to brainstorm their passion projects by reflecting on what they hope to accomplish as well as begin thinking about the next necessary steps, such as developing a website and founding a club.
MODULE 3: Real Life Examples: Passion Projects in Action Students will examine previous passion projects that have been successful to come up with various strategies to jumpstart their own passion projects and learn to anticipate and overcome potential obstacles.
MODULE 4: Practicing Self Awareness: How to Set Achievable Goals for Your Passion Project Students will revisit the importance of processing their emotions by using tools such as the mood meter and then set goals for their roadmaps after seeing a sample roadmap.
MODULE 5: How to Create a High School Roadmap Students will learn about the various factors to consider when creating their roadmaps, such as academic course load, athletic recruitment, summer programs and community service opportunities.
MODULE 6: How to Stay on Track With All of Your Goals Students will learn about different strategies to keep them focused, accountable, and on track to achieve their goals.
Course Overview College Application Accelerator™
(11th and 12th Grade)
MODULE 1: Knowing yourself: Is College Right for You? Students will learn the importance of processing and regulating their emotions, then gain the skills to determine what type of college is right for them.
MODULE 2: How to Create Your College List Students will learn how to create a well-rounded college list and understand that curating the college list as early and thoroughly as possible will positively impact their college application experience.
MODULE 3: Sample Student Profile and Common Errors Students will examine various sample student profiles in order to understand what characteristics they must take into account when creating their personal college list, complete with reach, match, and safety schools.
MODULE 4: College Applications, Required Materials and Deadlines Students will learn about different types of college applications, the required materials, and application deadlines.
MODULE 5: Writing the Personal Statement Students will learn how to write a compelling personal statement by discussing successful strategies, analyzing an example personal statement, and by showing, not telling.
MODULE 6: Junior and Senior Year Timeline Students will begin planning for various components of the college process including test score submission, recommendation letters, supplemental essays, college interviews, and letters of continued interest.
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