PHASE 1: Rising high school sophomores attend a week long residential experience on the Clemson University campus. This week consists of team building, academic evaluations, college access information and collaborative learning experiences. The students take daily classes in reading, writing and math.
PHASE 2: Students return to Clemson for two weeks prior to their junior year. Reading, writing and math skills are reinforced and science classes are introduced. Students have more interaction with campus partners and are exposed to more college access information.
PHASE 3: Students return to Clemson for three weeks prior to their senior year. A simulation of a typical freshman schedule is introduced and students are enrolled in five different courses: English, math, social science, laboratory science and art. Students also begin work on their college applications. Seniors are also taken on a day college trip to Atlanta to visit Morehouse, Spellman and Clark-Atlanta.