Get Me to Graduation! - Rites of Passage Academy

100 Black Men of South Metro (Invitation for Members Only)

Welcome to Get Met to Graduation!

Watch this video to learn more about our eCourses and how to get started!

Hello Community & Welcome to College Clinic!

This is going to be the most exciting times of your academic journey.

I remember when I started high school with thoughts about my future.

I was so inspired about the opportunity to attend college that I was filled with hope that the things that I was “good and great at” I could use to literally make an impact my community.

I know exactly how you feel right now.

I’ve been in your shoes.

That’s why we am so honored that you chose us to help support your vision for your college application and decision process to provide you with tools and resources to enhance your already-amazing skillset. We’re off to a GREAT start!

We created the Get Me to Graduation! eCourses because we listed to students and parents that needed a help with creating a plan for what life and learning looks like after high school.

As a student of Get Me to Graduation! you will complete a Student Graduation Package including:

  • Plan A, B, C - Presentation of 3 College Choices
  • Common Application to 3+ Colleges
  • Unofficial Transcript
  • College Essay (1)
  • Letter of Recommendations (3)
  • FAFSA (if applicable)
  • Scholarship Application (3) + Tuition Comparisons
  • ACT/SAT Registration + Waiver (if needed)
  • 20 hours of Community Services

Students will be required to register for your eSchool, create a profile with your email and password to access and start your eCourse track.

Once you’re logged in, students can self-pace through the courses. The course website is fully responsive, so you can submit your assignments from your computer, tablets and smartphones.

College Clinic's digital campus enhances the learning experience and build an engaged student community. Over 100 hours of Video Tutorials + Ready-to-Use Templates are available 24/7 for students to self-pace through curriculum at their own learning speed. Quizzes helps us check in on your students’ progress. Discussion board posts spark conversations and answer questions that other students may have. Course Completion Certificates are issued to reward your students and verify their success.

We’ll also stay connected by sending you emails on a weekly basis about college resources and to remind you of other college-related dates during your academic journey.

With every course, there is homework. Even if you are late with turning in homework, please take the time to work on your Student Graduation Package. This is a flexible learning environment, and I understand the student balancing school, homework, family, and self-care. All I ask is that you show up, be present, and try. Post and share your comments in the dashboard to inspire your other classmates.

You will not grow alone on the digital campus of College Clinic. I designed College Clinic with students and parents with similar college interests, helping to support you between classes, ask questions about assignments, and to help you create your own communities of like-minded students and parents to share resources with.

Contact Information for College Clinic: [email protected]

The best form of communication is email or to leave us a voicemail. Please do not send questions through social media. Questions about homework should be addressed during class (so you’re classmates can hear the answers, too) or through email. Other questions about how to schedule additional coaching time can be emailed to Professor Brandi. Please note emails will be returned within two business days.

See you on campus!

Your Sister In Service,

Brandi Rae Hicks

CEO (College Encouragement Officer)

College Clinic

Your Instructor

Brandi Rae Hicks
Brandi Rae Hicks

"College Clinic programs and services was created for YOU from my own experiences of a struggling student to a global college coach & teacher."

I want to share with you some valuable information with a simple breakdown of 10 easy steps to the college application process that every student and parent needs to know as they to prepare for their first college experience. I am here to remind you that despite all obstacles – College IS for YOU!

Course Curriculum

  Video Campus Tour of the GM2G!-ROP eSchool
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  Student & Parent Orientation to College Clinic (8/17/2019)
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  GM2G!-ROP Course Syllabus
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  GM2G!-ROP Student Roster + College Champions
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  Course 1 - 10 Things You Need to Complete Your College Application (9/14/2019)
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  Course 4 - 10 Tips to Search for College Scholarships
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  College Clinic State of the Student Address (3/29/20)
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Courses Included with Purchase

Overall Tips For Raising Your ACT Scores
ACT Test Preparation by Curry Educates
Vernet Curry
10 Things You Need to Complete Your College Application
eWorkbook + Video Series
Brandi Rae Hicks
Choosing the Right College
10 Things to Consider When Choosing the Right College
Brandi Rae Hicks
10 Things You Need to Complete the FAFSA
Brandi Rae Hicks
Common Application Conversation
The 9 Sections of the Common Application
Brandi Rae Hicks
Common Application Essay Prompts
Outlining Your College Essay
Brandi Rae Hicks
$1,000 College Scholarship Essay Outline
How to Outline the $1,000 College Scholarship Essay from College Clinic
Brandi Rae Hicks
National College Application Month
How to Prepare for the College Application Process
Brandi Rae Hicks
Community Service for High School Students
Volunteering in your Community
Brandi Rae Hicks
Financial Planning for College
How to Plan and Pay for College
Brandi Rae Hicks
10 Tips Your Need to Search for Scholarships
Brandi Rae Hicks
College Clinic in the Classroom (Full Video)
Book College Clinic and bring our courses to your classroom
Brandi Rae Hicks
Mid-Year Check-In
December Discovery Conversation to check-in half-way through the academic year
Brandi Rae Hicks
What's the Difference Between Early Action and Early Decision?
Brandi Rae Hicks
Did You Know You Can Negotiate the Cost of College?
Brandi Rae Hicks
Did you know the cost of college tuition is negotiable?
Learn how you can get the best deal for college
Brandi Rae Hicks
Time Management Tips for High School Students
Brandi Rae Hicks
College Clinic Celebrates Class of 2018
Video - Class of 2018
Brandi Rae Hicks
20-Minute College Coaching Session
20-Minute College Coaching Session with College Clinic
Brandi Rae Hicks

Original Price: $19

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
What is the name of the School?
The name of the online digital campus on Teachable is called: College Clinic. Register for the course called: Get Me to Graduation! ROP
What is the cost of tuition?
You’re tuition is covered. You have received a $19 scholarship to attend the eSchool.
Does College Clinic offer scholarships?
We’re all about setting our students up for success. College Clinic offers two (2) scholarships: $19 Scholarship – Scholarships are available for students that meet eligibility requirements. Community Partners can also purchase or donate $19 per students. Students will be provided with a Discount Code to enter at the Bursar’s Office (checkout). Please contact College Clinic if you are interested in sponsoring a student’s tuition to our digital campus. 1,000 College Scholarship – Eligible high school students will be invited to apply for our $1,000 College Scholarship. Each essay must be a maximum of 500 words in response to the question, "Write Your Graduation Speech". This contest is open to anyone that is a senior in the current Spring graduating class as high school student maintaining a minimum 2.0 grade point average at the completion their 12th grade year. The scholarship will be provided directly to the scholarship winner’s college bursar’s office upon verification of enrollment. The deadline for this contest is March 31st. One winner will be announced on National College Signing Day in late April/early May.
Are the homework/classwork assignments completed using the app?
The course website is fully responsive, so students can submit their assignments from their computer, tablets and smartphones. Students are required to submit their assignments on the College Clinic Dashboard only. Assignments will not be accepted via email. Students will need to login into their account and upload their assignments (Word or pdf.) into the portal.
What is the time commitment?
The video tutorials range in length 10 to 60 minutes. The timeframe it take for students to complete the assignments is self-paced. Students should reserve 3-5 hours per week working on college-bound activities.
Is there a way for parents to monitor the progress of their student?
Absolutely! It takes a village to help our students succeed! There is one email account assigned to each household, therefore, both the student and the parent can have equal access to the portal. The registered account will be able to track and monitor the individual progress of students at any time.

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