Engaging College and Career Prep Video Curriculum that Helps Students Get Ready, Empowered, and Determined for college, career, and life!


About Us

Do you want your students to learn vocabulary faster, understand more about college and careers and perform better academically? 


Let us help you get your students

Ready, Empowered, and Determined Today! 


MISSION: We motivate low-income students to increase their academic achievement by translating the necessary role that their education plays in attaining their college, career, and life dreams.




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What We Teach

ACT and  SAT  Vocabulary Practice

We help students remain motivated to Reach Academic Progress

in reading, language arts, and

college entrance exams

by teaching and rapping 

ACT & SAT vocabulary words and applying knowledge through interactive quizzes.



College and Career Prep Skills

We help students master the college application process, learn about various career paths, and identify the school success strategies needed to graduate on timeOur Immersive On-Demand Videos are aligned to the ASCA K-12  standards for student success


Social-Emotional Skill Development 

We provide students with academic and social-emotional strategies to successfully navigate common school and home learning obstacles on their path to achieving their college, career, and life plan.


View Our Interactive Video Features

Our videos help students "lean in" to their learning instead of leaning back inactively

Interactive ACT & SAT Vocabulary Video Quizzes

Engaging College and Career Prep Videos

What We Measure


Readiness (Skills and Information)

  • High School Graduation Data: CCR students achieved a 100% graduation rate for the 2019-2020 school year.

  • College Acceptance Data: CCR students demonstrated a 93% college acceptance rate compared to a demographically identical control group in the same school at 59%.

  • State Test Proficiency: 10th graders at a CCR supported school had the largest increase in state standardized testing proficiency within their school district during 2018-2019. CCR students exceeded their 10th-grade peers by 10 percentage points.

  • Grade Point Averages: CCR's lowest-performing students' average GPA is 2.6 compared to a similar control group who averaged at a 2.3 GPA

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Empowerment (Social, Emotional Support and Affirmation)

  • Social-Emotional Support: 5% more CCR students reported not feeling alone on their path to graduation


Determination ( Growth Mindset, Attitude and Dedication)

  • Attendance Data: CCR students were absent an average of 9.5% total days compared to the collective student body who were absent for 12.5% total days out of the school year. An identical demographic group of students in the same school who did not receive CCR assistance was absent on average 13.2% of total days compared to their CCR peers. This data represents the 2018-2019 school year.