Virtual College Preparatory Program- 2021
Each student will be individually assessed by our Clinical Director of Academic Services and an action plan will be developed based on their identified goals, and areas of strengths and challenges. Individual assessments with clients and parents will occur by videoconferencing.
College Level Instruction
One-to-One Virtual EF Coaching
Virtual Office Hours
Virtual Writing Lab
Writing Lab hours will be announced during the first week of classes.
Our coaches will provide three videoconference meetings with student’s parent(s) to discuss short and long-term goal attainment, progress in the CCS summer course, and other items identified by students and parents.
Program Review & Recommendation Meeting
Parent Informational Sessions
Parents are strongly recommended to attend three live-streamed, interactive, one-hour informational sessions facilitated by Dr. Nicole Hipp, Clinical Director of Academic Services at CCS.
Dr. Nicole Hipp, PsyD
Director of Academic Services
Dr. Nicole Hipp is a licensed psychologist and the director of academic services as well as the college preparatory program at CCS. Dr. Hipp initially began participating in the summer program as an executive function coach and eventually became the professor of the program during the summer of 2018. Dr. Hipp has background as a college professor in psychology, as well as extensive and current experience assessing learning differences and cognitive challenges in high school and college students.
Daniel Hipp, Ph.D.
Professor of CCS Summer Program
Professor Daniel Hipp is a developmental cognitive psychologist by trade, receiving his Ph.D. in cognitive and brain sciences from Binghamton University in 2015. Dr. Hipp has taught psychology courses from the introductory to upper division levels at top universities including University of Denver and Binghamton University. His teaching style emphasizes integrating disciplines to achieve a fuller scientific understanding as well as meeting individual student needs. He has also worked as a research scientist in medical, educational, developmental and clinical fields. Dr. Hipp is a proud parent, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu purple belt, avid snowboarder and lifelong learner.
Beth Arnold has been employed by Boulder Valley Schools for forty years. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Colorado. She has taught or tutored young people of all levels, from pre-kindergarten through college. Beth’s hope is to help students hone strategies and skills they will need to be successful with life-long learning.
As COVID-19 impacts our clients daily lives, we are providing virtual academic coaching & mental health support. We are currently accepting new clients.