Prep counselors support the academic and personal progress of each student in grades 7–12 through monthly meetings with them and their school administrators. Counselors also plan year-round social and cultural activities.
Our students are often the first in their family to attend college. Prep advises them on application and financial aid processes, advocates with colleges on behalf of students, arranges college trips, and offers SAT prep.
Networking, reunions, and professional workshops help alums stay connected to Prep and each other. Alums volunteer with Prep, secure internships for current students, and fundraise for the Alumni Giving Campaign.
Read Prep for Prep student and alumni success stories
Therese Miantsoko (XXXV/Brearley) enjoys performing with the school's jazz band and drama clubs and competing on its basketball team. She also tutors elementary school students with Prep's SAYC Saturday Academy. Meet more Prep students.
An engineering major, Milton Syed (P9 XXIII/Exeter '14, Harvard) co-founded tech platform Upsolve to help low-income individuals file for bankruptcy. It won the $75,000 top prize at the Harvard President's Innovation Challenge. Meet more undergraduates.
David Alade (XXI/Dalton '05, Columbia '09) co-founded Century Partners, a real estate company that revitalizes Detroit neighborhoods. The company won part of a $4 million contract from the City of Detroit to develop abandoned lots. Meet more Prep alums.
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Prep for Prep develops ethical and effective leaders who reflect our diverse society for the enduring benefit of all.