Creative writing teacher Terrence Foushee, second from left, gets his students at the start of class at Student U Wednesdayto stand, raise their arms and hug themselves as part of his regimen for preparing his students for his class that day. Approximately 350 Durham Public School students, from the 6th through 12th grades are taking classes after school and days this summer on the campus of the Durham Academyto help them prepare for college by developing their academic skills and personal well-being to succeed in college and beyond.
Creative writing teacher Terrence Foushee, second from left, gets his students at the start of class at Student U Wednesdayto stand, raise their arms and hug themselves as part of his regimen for preparing his students for his class that day. Approximately 350 Durham Public School students, from the 6th through 12th grades are taking classes after school and days this summer on the campus of the Durham Academyto help them prepare for college by developing their academic skills and personal well-being to succeed in college and beyond. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Creative writing teacher Terrence Foushee, second from left, gets his students at the start of class at Student U Wednesdayto stand, raise their arms and hug themselves as part of his regimen for preparing his students for his class that day. Approximately 350 Durham Public School students, from the 6th through 12th grades are taking classes after school and days this summer on the campus of the Durham Academyto help them prepare for college by developing their academic skills and personal well-being to succeed in college and beyond. hlynch@newsobserver.com

Student U support program prepares students for college

July 15, 2014 1:21 PM