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College Essay Writing The Story Of Dante At JKCP

Posted by Jamie Calvario on Jan 20, 2015 7:00:00 AM

Dante_College_EssayWhat if I told you that if you are entering your Junior year of high school and could already have your college essay for the common app complete? That is exactly what Dante Fruncillo did this past summer at JKCP. During his five weeks at enrichment at Villanova, Dante spent time in various academic courses including Writing College Admission. 


Topics: JKCP Student Spotlight

Internship Spotlight: Aleena Beydoun

Posted by Jamie Calvario on Sep 29, 2014 7:30:00 AM

IMG_0015Meet Aleena Beydoun from Queens, New York. This past summer, Aleena participated in the Internship program at JKCP. But that is not the first time that Aleena had spent part of her summer with JKCP. Aleena is a seasoned veteran, as she participated in the Enrichment program in previous summers. During her time at Enrichment, she didn't know about the Internship Program, but when she learned more about it, she knew it was something that she had to do.


Topics: Internships for High School Students

From Master Chef Jr. In Spain To A Summer At JKCP

Posted by Jamie Calvario on Sep 22, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Meet Juan Davila from La Coruna, Spain. Before spending three weeks at our summer program, Juan competed in Master Chef Junior in Spain. Master Chef Jr. is a cooking competition show that is very similar to the show in America, Iron Chef. The competition lasted one and a half months. The competition consisted of group work, individual work and a creative challenge. The highlight of his competition was a breakfast dish. This dish involved eggs, ham and bacon with a side of fruit with whip cream. After the month and a half, Juan finished in 3rd place overall. What would bring a high school student who has accomplished a lot to JKCP? 

To learn more about Juan's time on Master Chef Jr. Check out his video!


Topics: High School Summer Programs

Alumni Spotlight: Fitz Tepper Founder Of Offpeak

Posted by Jamie Calvario on Sep 17, 2014 9:00:00 AM



Topics: JKCP Student Spotlight

What to Look For At This Year's US Open

Posted by Jamie Calvario on Aug 30, 2014 9:00:00 AM


With the US Open in full swing taking place in Flushing Meadows, NY there are many story lines. Who will win? Who will the top newcomer be? Who will be the oldest ball person? Wait what? That's right. One of the main stories during the 2014 US Open is about Todd Reed, the oldest ball person.


Topics: Tennis Camp

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