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Shaping today’s youth to become right now leaders

a 501(c)(3) organization, creates and supports programs which directly achieves positive outcomes for underrepresented students by improving high school graduation rates and college acceptance through educational enrichment activities, internships, mentoring, community engagement, leadership development and parental involvement.


A Way to Wealth: Understanding Interest and Investments

January 13th-Upcoming Leadership Session, Part II Financial Management Series will show Scholars a way to wealth. Many teens invest time and energy in playing a new sport or learning a new instrument, and while it’s easy for them to see the return value of such an investment, helping them understand the value of investing their money can be trickier—especially if they’re ready to buy a new video game or pair of sneakers. What they may not realize is that investing money from a young age can make a big difference when it comes to building long-term wealth. In this lesson, students will explore simple and compound interest, and discover different methods of investing money.

Scholars will

• Understand how investments can lead to increased wealth

• Comprehend and calculate simple and compound interest

• Explain the role of interest in saving and investing

Chat & Chew: Organizational Skills and Time Management for Middle School through High School Students

Monday, Jan. 8th, 6:30-7:45pm

L.E.E.P TO COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC, 9701 Apollo Drive, Largo, Maryland

Students will learn that managing their time well, having a place to study, and knowing how to study are important skills for everyone no matter which career they may be considering. These skills are essential to be successful in middle school, high school, or college. Dinner will be provided and workshop is designed for students in 6th-12th grades.

Space is limited! Registration is required.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

SAT Full Practice Test for High School Students

Saturday, Jan. 20th, 2:30-6pm

1131 Glenn Martin Hall

College Park, MD

L.E.E.P2 COLLEGE FOUNDATION will offer a free practice SAT Test. Saturday, January 20th, from 2:30p.m.-6:00p.m. at the University of Maryland A.J. Clark School of Engineering. Register and take advantage of this opportunity!

Power Up Potential
The practice test in the SAT® Suite of Assessments, it's designed to help prepare students for the SAT, college, and careers.

The SAT a college admission test offers free SAT practice tests. Students are invited to sign-up for Official SAT® Practice offered at L.E.E.P2 College Foundation. Student test results on the SAT will be shared with parents and students, so they can focus on the skills they need to work on most. Students also get access to:

  • practice questions
  • lessons support materials that explain problems step by step
  • full-length practice tests
  • studying and test-taking strategies
  • Tutorial support, available upon request (fee will be assessed and issued directly to tutor)

Actionable Data

  • You and your student will receive a Score Report.
  • You can use the data for instructional planning to improve college and career readiness.
  • Students can understand and act on their test results.

Space is limited and is available to all high school grade levels

RSVPs are enabled for this event.