In addition to academic achievement, top universities are looking for students who have passion and show an unusual depth of commitment to extracurricular activities and leadership.
These are usually not cultivated in school, where there is often a one-pointed emphasis on reading, writing, math and science. Many high school students either spread themselves too thin (“Jack of all trades, master of none”) or do too few activities (“tunnel vision”).
Twice a month, students participate in power-packed inspirational group phone calls.
Students explore their many hidden talents, nurture their creativity, and serve the world in a healthy and balanced way. They stay inspired by studying the lives of great leaders and how they overcame obstacles. They share personal experiences and learn from each other, as well as through self-reflection.
Students will learn from cutting-edge thinkers and leaders and find inspiration from a variety of sources, including:
• How to Think Like Leonardo DaVinci: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day
• The Seven Habits of Highly Successful Teens
• Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress Free Productivity
• Emotional Intelligence
• How to Be a High School Superstar
• From Tragedy to Triumph: 100 Amazing and Inspiring Comebacks
• How Can I Help? Stories and Reflections on Service
At Ivy League Potential, we guide students from the inside out, making sure that they are living up to their highest potential. Real transformation requires community and support from mentors. Infinite Potential provides that support for high school students who are interested in going beyond any limits.