Coaching For College Success—an ally, advocate and coach for students who need support to succeed in college.

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CFCS Coaching Programs

Developing a Game Plan is an important first step to helping your student succeed at college. A CFCS College Success Coach meets with the student and parents to create an individualized Game Plan prior to school starting in the fall.

CFCS offers two packages to help prepare students as they transition from high school to college. We can help you determine which program, Essential or Optimum, is best for your student. Or we can work together to customize the program to fit the needs of your student.

We begin with a personalized needs assessment that helps us develop your student's Game Plan. Coaching sessions and working directly with your student's college can give you both the assurances you need before heading off to college in the fall.
 
 

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Autumn Book Club

Spring Book Club

Parents, are you prepared for the issues you may encounter during your children's college years? Our Spring Book Club choice, Don't Tell Me What To Do, Just Send Money can help!

Letting go and allowing your students to fully experience college is not easy. This can be especially difficult for students with autism, ADHD/ADD, substance abuse of mental health issues.

This book helps parents lay the groundwork for a new kind of relationship so they can help theirchild more effectively handle everything they'll encounter at college.

Book club meetings will be held from 6 - 8:30pm on Thursday April 6, 13, 20 & 27 at the Syntero Dublin office. Registration is required.
 
 
 
 
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CFCS Featured in Columbus Parent Magazine

Columbus Parent eMagazine interviewed Carla Lemon, CFCS Program Director, for an article they wrote about students with special needs considering college.

The mother of a student getting ready to attend college was also interviewed for the article. She spoke about their very positive experience with CFCS.

"We were afraid of what to expect; she could have easily done well or she could have tanked," the mother said. Her student, who has anxiety and depression disorders, worked with a CFCS coach to prepare for the transition to college.

"It's a fantastic thing," she said of the program. The CFCS coach helped the student identify strengths, build confidence and feel more secure about the transition to college.

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