Narrative: Year-end Wrap-up. The year-end wrap-up narratives are an important part of our program. Through your narratives we learn more about you and how you benefited from our program. Please answer each question as honestly and as thoughtfully as possible.

Setup a Google Document and share your document to cpc@collegeplanningcohort.com.

Name
Name of your Cohort
Narrative: Year-end Wrap-up
Day Month Year

Cut and Paste each of the following writing prompts into your Document. There are no word count limits, however, you are encouraged to provide comprehensive thoughts.

Writing Prompt #1: Are you pleased with your profile? You engaged in a midyear assessment of your profile. Now that you have reached the end of the school year, describe your overall assessment of your profile and list any areas that you want to strengthen.

Writing Prompt #2: Are you pleased with your résumé? You engaged in a midyear assessment of your academic résumé. Now that you have reached the end of the school year, describe your overall assessment of your profile and list any areas that you want to strengthen.

Writing Prompt #3: Did you accomplish all of your academic goals? Although you may not have received your final grades for the second semester, do you anticipate achieving all of your academic goals. If not, which goals did you fail to accomplish and why?

Writing Prompt #4: Did you accomplish all of your personal, leadership, and community service goals? Describe the personal, leadership, and community service goals that you established at the beginning of the school year and whether you accomplished all of your goals. If not, which goals did you fail to accomplish and why?

Writing Prompt #5: Has your email signature changed? Since the beginning of the school year, describe any changes to your email signature as a result of personal achievements, activity involvement, or leadership roles? List your current email signature below:

The final questions pertain to how you engaged with our program:

Writing Prompt #6: Did you complete all of the assigned activities? Our program differs from Normal Schooling in many ways, some of which are that you are able to move at your own pace, are graded for your work, and are encouraged to “Own the Process.” Describe if you completed all of the activities and were well prepared to participate to discuss what you learned with your parents or with students at a cohort meeting.

Writing Prompt #7: What challenges did you experience completing the work? Did you experience any challenges balancing the activities with your school work, extracurricular activities, and other responsibilities? Or, if you participated in a school district cohort with regular monthly meetings did you have access to a computer outside of the meetings so that you could complete the assigned work?

Writing Prompt #8: What grade would you give yourself?If you were to assign yourself an overall grade, based on the effort that you put into the activities and the type of narratives that you wrote when required, what grade would you assign yourself?

Writing Prompt #9: Are you on track? Based on your current overall performance and progress toward achieving your goals, do you believe yourself on track in pursuing the college-bound plan that you envisioned for yourself or did you stumble a bit during this school year? Please fully explain your response.

Writing Prompt #10: What are your suggestions? Do you have any suggestions to our program, meeting format, or activities and will you be participating in our program next year? If so, why and if not, why not?