LEADING PROVIDERS

EMPOWERING STUDENTS.
TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES.

ASP is the leading provider of college access education for 20 high schools in the Dallas Independent School District (DISD), making college an option for more than 3,000 high school seniors a year, with college placements across the country. We are Dallas’ only nationally recognized college access provider and the 2016 recipient of the National College Access Network (NCAN) College Access Organization Award of Excellence.

2015 - 2016

STUDENTS WE SERVE

14th LARGEST SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE NATION: STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

  • 89%

    Reduced Or Free Lunch

  • 70%

    Hispanic Students

  • 23%

    African American Students

  • 5%

    White Students

WANT TO KNOW ABOUT US

THE ASP MODEL

ASP college advisors occupy a dedicated space in each high school, creating a center for all things college. We work tirelessly to promote a college going culture in our schools. Through this unique access to students throughout their senior year, we host upwards of 34,000 individual student advising sessions and more than 390 group visits and workshops across the district. This level of engagement and college promotion feeds our college partnerships ensuring successful placement.

SPOTLIGHT ON AN ASP SCHOOL

Bryan Adams HS

Senior class 2017: 4087 acceptances with full scholarships including University of Pennsylvania, Babson, and Texas A&M

· 32,000 miles logged on college visits around the country

· 30% headed to 4 year school

· $7.6M in scholarships

· 2017 Dell Scholar

· 18 students out-of-state

“At Bryan Adams students are very competitive in nature, with strong GPA’s across quartiles. You’d be hard pressed to find a resume without community involvement and extra-curricular activity”

- Khanh LaManna, ASP College Advisor

NATIONAL RECOGNITION

2016 recipient of the National College Access Network (NCAN) College Access Organization Award of Excellence

ASP invitation-only events at Stanford, UPenn, University of Chicago, Vanderbilt, USC, and several other schools.

Featured in the NYTimes, Washington Post, NPR, Yale Daily News, and The Chronicle of Higher Education