Preparing for a Degree (PFD) is a systematic approach to educational reform for students to excel beyond their own expectations. It is a back-to-basics path to educational excellence. PFD has been proven to work time after time for 20 years.
PFD instills the tools necessary for each student to succeed on the highest level of the educational platform. The program teaches students to strive for excellence, not perfection. It demands self-accountability, educational and personal responsibility from each student. For PFD to be successful each student must not only “do” the program but it is necessary that they “live” it.
PFD has an amazing way of exposing every student’s strengths and weaknesses. It is up to each student and their parents to not only recognize these attributes, but to acknowledge them. When weaknesses are identified, we put together a plan to make them stronger so weaknesses do not define the child. We take the strengths and show each student how to use their strengths to take them to unimaginable levels of achievement.
PFD is a process that takes time to develop. Every student progresses at their own pace. Some students “get it” faster than others do. With parental support, all students who live the program build their own educational and personal success. PFD is a place where excuses are never accepted for any reason, whatsoever.
PFD increases the desire to succeed within students by giving them the tools to take more demanding classes, without the stress that goes with those demands. It is not a motivational program but rather a program that develops a strong internal drive to be exceptional.
For 20 years, this award-winning program has been proven to work time after time. PFD works for every student accepting whom and where they are on an educational and personal level and willing to improve in both areas.
Preparing for a Degree has helped to prepare and send over 700 students to college to date. The only question remaining is will your student add to that number?Sean L. Washington