We provide our High Impact Program 2 to 3 times a week at participating schools. We target locations that are dealing with high issues of violence, bullying, and poor school morale. We serve 15 to 25 students per school. We measure success every 4 weeks by evaluating grades, attendance, and disciplinary referrals. We monitor the participant’s community service involvement every 6 months. We know that we are successful if students can improve their grades, stay out of trouble, and become contributors to their school and community.
Phase 1: Focuses on character (social-emotional) development.
Phase 2: Focuses on life skills and college/career readiness.
Phase 3: Focuses on community asset connections and employability preparation.
Additional support such as tutoring and academic coaching is available by arrangement with participating schools. Our focus is to support low-income families through this program.