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ACAC Participant: Washington

December 30, 1899

 

Name of Program: College Application Campaign - 12th Year Campaign
Year Program Started: 2012
Program Website: http://readysetgrad.org/#educators/grad/college-application-campaign
Lead Agency or Organization: Washington Student Achievement Council
Program Coordinator: Christina Winstead
Email Address: ChristinaW@wsac.wa.gov

2017 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted: October - November, 2017
Number of Participating High Schools: 138
Number of Participating Seniors: 8,000
Number of College Applications Submitted: 9,000

2016 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted: Fall 2016
Number of Participating High Schools: 130
Number of Participating Seniors: 9,400
Number of College Applications Submitted: 11,000

2015 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted: October 19-November 20, 2015
Number of Participating High Schools: 82
Number of Participating Seniors: 3,665
Number of College Applications Submitted: 3,500

2014 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted: October 13 - November 14, 2014
Number of Participating High Schools: 61 high schools, 1 library system and 1 museum
Number of Participating Seniors: 3,684 students; approximately 80-85% of which were seniors
Number of College Applications Submitted: 1,264

2013 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted:
Model 1: October 2013 -College Application Month with WA State GEAR UP Priority Schools
Model 2: Roadmap to College, October -November  2013, regional focus – 7 SD in South King County
Number of Participating High Schools: 38
Number of Participating Seniors: 1,400 (estimate)
Number of College Applications Submitted: Still analyzing data

2012 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted:
Model 1: GEAR UP Pilot-led by WA Student Achievement Council- Nov. 12-16, 2012.
Model 2: Road Map Pilot-led by Northwest Education Loan Association-NELA- Oct. 13-Dec. 1, 2012.
Number of Participating High Schools: Approximately 32 high schools
Number of Participating Seniors:
Number of College Applications Submitted:

 

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