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High School Principals Host PWP High School Chapters To
Improve The Performance Of Their Students

Via a PWP chapter host agreement, high school principals empower struggling at-risk students to gain college acceptance. This delivers financial resources and community support to at-risk, low-income students at each grade level.

These students, called "Pearls" join the PWP career club chapter at their high school. Pearls in 9th grade develop career plans and improve skills. Pearls in 10th grade develop college plans and expand skills. Pearls in 11th grade compete for scholarships. Pearls in 12th grade perform community service projects. Grade point averages improve, and the number of college going students increases. Pearls transition from a job-track to a College Track

Step 1: Non-Binding Letter of Interest
This letter is the evidence of your interest in becoming a chapter host. It expresses the willingness to host a career aspirations workshop, and creates potential chapter members. 
Download sample letter of interest 
Step 2: Career Aspirations Workshop 
These free workshops create interest in joining the chapter, produce new chapter membership applications, and career aspirations.
Download sample workshop proposal. 
Step 3: Chapter Host Agreement
This agreement identifies the name of your chapter, and the type of chapter you seek to form, based on a charter that you will receive.  Download sample chapter host agreement.



Improved Student Outcomes

Grade level college track and skill competitions, featuring weekly  challenges, motivate pearls with prizes, awards, recognition, mentoring and scholarship opportunities. Student outcomes are measurable. 



College Scholarships 

A scholarship trust account, established in year 1, as a prototype chapter, creates up to 9 scholarships for these pearls, and as much as $18,000 in scholarship resources for your high school. But pearls must score points each school year to become eligible to apply for these scholarships. Learn More About Scholarships


Improved Classroom Performance

Interest, skill and value assessments, combined with letters of support, ACT/SAT test prep exercises, and weekly awards and community recognition enhance self-esteem and self-confidence of participating pearls, and highlight your high school for the outstanding work being done. 





Deeper College/Career Insights

Industry, employer and occupational explorations create a deeper understanding of the relevance of courses and classroom experiences. College explorations provide new knowledge about college life, college degrees, costs, and opportunities for personal growth as a college student.



Improved Student Performance

Specific courses are identified by the 5 teacher advisors you recommend as program courses to be taken. Pearls receive points for selecting these courses, and for doing well.
Learn More About Teacher Advisors






Community Service  Portfolio

Each senior pearl develops leadership skills and demonstrates an interest in community service by volunteering time to a civic organization, church, or agency in your community. This increases the chances of college acceptance, additional resources to pay for college, and expands community support for your high school.Learn More About Sponsor Support