Georgetown University wants to help your students find their calling
Georgetown University recently created a new opportunity for your high school students to explore courses that might help them better prepare for college majors.
This flexible online program is designed for high school students, ages 13 and older. It enables them to investigate subject areas of particular interest.
Why Georgetown? Georgetown University’s approach to education is unique. We follow the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis—care for the whole person—and our goal with this new program is to provide a holistic experience. Students deserve the opportunity to develop their own talents and dreams, and this program will help them do that.
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Personal mentoring for guidance—flexible learning format
- Mentorship: High school students will participate in live, online group sessions with a Georgetown University mentor who assists with brainstorming on their final project and answering questions about assignments. Mentors are Georgetown students and alumni who are well-versed in the subject area of the course. They also share information on college majors and careers.
- Flexible learning: Course lessons are delivered by renowned professors through dynamic videos, allowing students to study anytime that fits their schedule.
- Certificate of Completion from Georgetown University: Students earn this recognition when they finish the course successfully.
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Georgetown University Pre-College Online Program