What does a typical day look like?
|10:15-11:30||Critical Literacy Seminar|
|11:30- 12:00||Daily Devotional|
|1:00-2:30||College Writing Seminar|
|2:30-5:00||Homework /Personal Projects|
|7:00-8:15||Life Together/Community Building|
|10:00-10:30||Prep for Bed|
Students will attend a lecture during the morning, five times a week. Courses will be taught by professors from the arts, humanities, Bible/theology and social sciences.
Critical Literacy Seminar
After the lecture, scholars will participate in a discussion-based seminar to analyze reading assignments related to the lecture that day.
College Writing Seminar
Scholars will participate in a college writing class taught by a Wheaton College professor and B.R.I.D.G.E. staff. In this class, students will improve their writing mechanics and learn how to develop a college level essay.
In the evenings, scholars will participate in community building activities which will include Bible studies, mentoring nights with program staff, game/sports nights, movie nights, etc.
During the summer, scholars will work on developing their critical thinking, writing, and reading skills. Scholars will practice:
- Writing effectively for various applications necessary for college success
- Reading critically with reasonable speed, comprehension, and recall
- Speaking clearly and with conviction, expressing both ideas and emotions
- Listening attentively and being able to understand the perspectives of others with differing views
- Thinking analytically and considering various ways to problem solve.
PLEASE NOTE: Scholars will not receive academic high school or college credit for participating in B.R.I.D.G.E. However, a letter of recognition for program completion will be sent to their high school academic counselor at the end of the summer. This letter can be used as proof of completion and referred to in college applications.
For more information, please contact:
501 College Avenue
Wheaton, IL 60187