University Prep Session B

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Can’t stop thinking about college? Get a taste of collegiate life this summer with our University Prep Program. We will give you the guidance and advice needed to feel more confident and prepared for your academic future. Let us de-mystify the college application process, share financial aid and scholarship resources, and help you find the right schools for your goals and interests. Not only will this program help prepare you for the application process, but it will open your eyes to the exciting and fun experiences colleges have to offer. Residential students will get the true UGA experience: sleep in a dorm on campus, eat in the dining commons, swim at Legion Pool, and explore the campus and downtown Athens.


Date:Monday, June 26, 2023 to Friday, June 30, 2023
Cost:Day Camp - $450
Residential Camp - $1100
Optional Lunch Voucher (Day campers only) - $60

Students must be seriously interested in pursuing college academics. University Prep students must demonstrate maturity and responsibility.


Bonnie Muia Bonnie Muia is a retired teacher from the CCSD. A reading specialist, she has taught reading, writing, social studies, and ESOL for over 30 years. She also worked part-time at the UGA Center for Assessment rating the basic skills writing tests for grades 3,5,8 and high school graduation tests. Bonnie is a Double Dawg, receiving her master’s and Ed.S. degrees from UGA. She is employed part-time by the UGA Athletic Dept. as a writing tutor for student athletics. In the past, Bonnie worked the Steps-to-College summer program for ESOL high school students with Continuing Education. She is a board member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Athens and stays connected with our community kids through their YouthForce Development Program.

Christopher Norman With over twenty years of experience in education, Christopher Norman has a genuine passion for teaching and is committed to helping youth achieve their full potential. Christopher has two Bachelor's degrees in English and African-American Studies, a Master's degree in Education, and a Specialist degree in Workforce Education from the University of Georgia. He has extensive experience in Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE), which has allowed him to engage his students and help them make informed decisions about their postsecondary plans, ultimately leading to opportunities for success. Christopher strives to create an environment where students can find their voice and develop the necessary skills to be both a lifelong learner and an advocate for themselves. He is committed to helping others succeed and having a positive impact in the lives of young people.

What you need for camp/program: 

Students are asked to bring a laptop to this camp. A more detailed list of supplies for your program will be emailed two weeks before camp begins.