“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.”
~ Albert Einstein
” Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education.”
~ Martin Luther King Jr.
The Student Service Center is a hub of many different resources for our students at FFCHS. Its primary purpose is to provide support for at risk students to help ensure academic success in all areas. The Student Service Center also provides college and career preparation assistance, including ACT preparation, university/college/trade-school search assistance, college application guidance, assistance with transitional skills and scholarship acquisition assistance.
An average of 85 students per week are assisted in the Student Service Center this year, and many of them often return because of the focused academic assistance and guidance they receive. By third term this year over 577 visits were made to the Student Center and students had utilized the center for various reasons. Many students that receive assistance through the Student Service Center find the center a quiet place to work and receive the additional help they need to succeed in their classes. The Student Service Center continuously tracks and records the progress of the students’ academic success and offers a variety of opportunities to help them excel in their classes.
In order to tutor and serve the student population that utilizes the Student Service center we collaborate with the Utah State University America Reads program. The USU America Reads volunteers work with the Student Service Center Coordinator to assist students at Fast Forward with one-on-one and group tutoring, as well as helping with skills for students seeking employment, and offering resources that help prepare students for higher education.
America Reads Program
Student Service Center Documents
Student Service Center Documents and Resources
Visit www.actstudent.org For National ACT Test Dates and Registration
Visit http://ktsutah.org for ACT prep resources, transitional skills resources and college and career planning