College Knowledge

Seniors

As exciting as it is to graduate from high school, the unknown that college brings can be overwhelming. You may find yourself asking: How do I make new friends? How do I deal with the change, manage my stress, relationships, both new and old, plus budget my time and money? We know, it’s a lot and that is only part of it.  How does the college experience you want align with staying safe and making informed decisions?

Would you like to hang with peers while you prepare for this transition, interacting and learning how to manage everything impacted by this next step, including setting healthier habits to last you through adulthood? College Knowledge is prepared with you in mind.  We will break down all things needed for you to create your best college experience. This is done using a hands-on interactive process so you can apply and use the content now. We designed a program that provides resources for life, highlighting your next step, whether it’s at a school big or small, near or far, and anything in between. We want to give you the ability to make informed decisions to get the most out of your college career.

Parents

Is my senior ready for college? This is a question most parents ask themselves as spring semester begins the last year of high school. The answer may surprise you. The statistics are alarming and show students struggle with anxiety, overwhelm, and depression among other challenges. AND that was before a pandemic!

We live in an environment that prepares our children academically for college, but academics are just a piece of the college experience. What else can we do to encourage their growth and preparedness in other areas like emotional well-being, healthy habits, communication, and safety? We want students to navigate college successfully, safely, and have a fulfilling experience. As a parent you want to have confidence that you have fully equipped them to navigate and succeed in this next step; it is a big emotional and financial investment.


Take the assessment below to see if your senior is showing signs of being ready to go?

Do you wake your senior up to go to school?    yes   no

Do you remind your senior of due dates and assignments?    yes   no

Did you manage your senior’s college application process?    yes   no

Does your senior ask regularly for additional funds?    yes   no

Does your senior become overwhelmed when things get hectic?    yes   no

Does your senior need help to get motivated?    yes   no

Does your senior get sidetracked and need direction?    yes   no

Do you set your senior’s appointments (doctor, dentist, senior pictures)?    yes   no

Do you go to all of your senior’s appointments with them?    yes   no

Are you, as the parent, the main problem solver for your senior?    yes   no


There’s a reason 30% of college freshmen drop out after their first year. If you answered yes to 4 or more of the questions above, a significant amount of communication needs to happen to properly prepare your senior. A tough first semester filled with stress and self-doubt can be hard to bounce back from. At Brain Basics, we partnered with Baird Counseling, to create this workshop, College Knowledge. College Knowledge equips young adults with life skills to manage change, stress, relationships, time, and money with confidence, moving into this next phase, and life for that matter, as they move forward.

College Knowledge Workshop

Do you know how to manage change, stress, relationships, time and money? And that’s only part of it. College Knowledge is a workshop for students preparing for all things college.  Our workshop mission is to break down everything needed to create your best college experience. We do this with hands-on informative, interactive, life skill based sessions. Each participant will be given a workbook that will assist in navigating through each of these complex areas, and allow them to apply it personally. This workbook is theirs to use as a relevant and constant resource for all things college.

College Knowledge Content Includes:

Outta’ Here!

  • Creating a Foundation
  • Adjusting to Change
  • Finding Connection
  • Goal Setting

Now What?

  • Learning How to Cope
  • Balancing Emotional and Physical Health
  • Time Management
  • Expectations

Not Me!

  • Relationships
  • Communications
  • Boundaries

Not Here!

  • Personal Safety
  • Campus Safety
  • Overall Review with Q&A

Remind Me! 

  • This is a one session review to answer any questions and revisit any content that is needed. The session is scheduled in August right before school departures.

Cost: $525   (includes materials) 

Option One:

February 19th 1:00pm – 5:00pm

February 20th 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Remind Me! August Review Session- Date to Follow

Option Two:

February 25th  1:00pm – 5:00pm

February 26th  1:00pm – 5:00pm

Remind Me! August Review Session- Date to Follow

Location:

Teel Crossing II
2770 Main Street, Frisco 75033
(Behind Braums and Chicken Express)

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