Entries by Katherine Brown

#FieldtripFridays – Blueprint @ Stonehill

You should know by now Blueprint prides itself on being three things. Personal. Innovative. And FUN! While learning can be fun (our instructors prove that every day!), sometimes you just need to get out of the classroom and off campus. So, every Friday, we’ll be taking a moment to tell you about our awesome trips! […]

Student Picks: 8 Best Moments Of 2015

Soon, we’ll get to see photos of all the awesome things planned for 2016. But first, we wanted to take a moment to look back at last year’s Blueprint students. After programs ended, we asked our students to vote on their favorite activities, trips and courses. Students deconstructed a crime scene during Forensic Science, rode every roller […]

#FieldtripFridays – Blueprint @ Lehigh

You should know by now Blueprint prides itself on being three things. Personal. Innovative. And FUN! While learning can be fun (our instructors prove that every day!), sometimes you just need to get out of the classroom and off campus. So, every Friday, we’ll be taking a moment to tell you about our awesome trips! […]

#FieldtripFridays – Blueprint @ UF

You should know by now Blueprint prides itself on being three things. Personal. Innovative. And FUN! While learning can be fun (our instructors prove that every day!), sometimes you just need to get out of the classroom and off campus. So, every Friday, we’ll be taking a moment to tell you about our awesome trips! […]

#FieldtripFridays – Blueprint @ UMich

You should know by now Blueprint prides itself on being three things. Personal. Innovative. And FUN! While learning can be fun (our instructors prove that every day!), sometimes you just need to get out of the classroom and off campus. So, every Friday, we’ll be taking a moment to tell you about our awesome trips! […]

Assessing The New SAT (& Upcoming Test Dates!)

On March 5, SAT debuted its latest and most drastic redesign in 10 years. The more intensive reading sections and increased number of word problems in the math section had many students worried. But there was good news: no more penalty for guessing and the essay is no longer required, but optional. After taking the updated SAT, […]

Should I Take AP Or Dual Enrollment Courses?

By Dr. Tracy Jackson, Supervisor of Counseling and Guidance. Follow her on twitter or on her blog: The Extraordinary School Counselor! Its course request time! In many high schools across America this time of year is all about selecting courses for next school year. One common question I hear is should I take Advanced Placement (AP) courses […]

Blueprint Summer Programs Class of 2015

What an incredible summer of successful pre-college summer programs! We enjoyed getting to know each of our students and helping in their journey to get ready for college. Visit our Facebook or Instagram pages for more highlights from this summer’s pre-college programs. Interested in joining us next summer? Request a brochure today and be one […]

Conquering Pre-College Fears

As graduation approaches, high school seniors sometimes experience a sudden shift in emotions. Their excitement and readiness to get out on their own turns into a fear of the unknown coupled with the reality of this great change. The transition from high school to college is a huge step and being nervous about this transition […]