Clatsop Community College kicked off its 26th Annual Upward Bound Summer Academy (UBSA) on Monday, June 18, 2018. The academy continues through July 26th. Classes and project groups are conducted Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This federally funded educational outreach program motivates and supports high school students in preparing for college. The US Department of Education provides $313,123 annually for the Upward Bound program at Clatsop Community College. Upward Bound serves 73 area high school students from Astoria, Seaside and Warrenton.
The academy consists of two components: hands-on learning and rotating academic seminars. Students involved in the program have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities, including experiencing several educational and cultural field trips, taking academic classes, partaking in community service projects, hearing various outside speakers, and becoming acquainted with the Clatsop College campus and some of the college faculty and staff. This year, Upward Bound will have a residential component where we will be staying at Southwest Oregon Community College for the last week of our program in July. We will be staying in the dorms and eating on campus in Coos Bay while learning about our coastal ecosystems. Additionally, students work in teams to accomplish several community educational projects.
Students work in project groups that are using the Astoria River Walk as inspiration. The project groups are: photography and film making; writing and exploring and performing stand up comedy; place based learning and personal mapping, and art of nature and chalk murals. Students also go to formal classes in American Sign Langue, mathematics, English langue arts and coastal ecosystem science.
As part of the orientation for participants on the first day of the academy, a group former Upward Bound and Talent Search students attending various Oregon Community Colleges and Universities spoke to the academy about life on a college campus. Their impressions and suggestions provided current students in Upward Bound with a clear understanding of what the students will need to succeed in college.
For more information about Upward Bound, please contact Jon Graves at 503-325-2898.
- The Upward Bound Summer Academy (UBSA) began Monday, June 18, 2018 and will continue through July 26th. The program seeks to motivate and support students through academic achievement with an emphasis on entering and completing post-secondary education. Pictured are the academy staff, project leaders, and student participants in this year’s program.
– A panel of former Upward Bound students talk to students in the Upward Bound Summer Academy about life on campus and how to succeed in college.
- Upward Bound Summer Academy student walking to the Astoria Column on the first day.
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