San Francisco, California
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Interested In Better Educational Opportunities For Your Child?
A Better Chance cordially invites to you to learn about our competitive College Prepartory Schools Program at our upcoming information session on Tuesday, December 6, 2016.
What is A Better Chance?
A Better Chance is an educational access organization who supports families who are seeking to gain access into the best schools in the country for their children. The College Prep Schools Program is a free program that prepares students to be competitive within the admissions process at highly acclaimed independent and public schools across the country.
The mission of A Better Chance is to increase the number of well-educated people of color capable of assuming positions of leadership and responsibility in American society. The first step is to open doors to educational opportunity!
Who is eligible?
Students who identify as people of color who are in grades 4-9 (applying for grades 6-11th), who are receiving good grades, doing well in school, participate in activities and show great potential to be leaders!
Interested in learning more?
Join Donelle Durham, Assistant Program Manager for Admissions & Placement on Tuesday, December 6th for an opportunity to learn more. Please RSVP by November 30th to secure your seat.
Please register in the name of your child whose interested in the program!
For more information about A Better Chance visit www.abetterchance.org
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A Better Chance: Southeast Regional Office
Since our founding in 1963, A Better Chance has been opening doors to greater educational opportunities. As a national non-profit organization, our mission is to increase substantially the number of well-educated students of color capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in American society.
A Better Chance places students of color entering grades 6 through 11 into some of the nation's finest college preparatory schools. They include independent day schools, boarding schools, and select top-performing public schools.
The Southeast Region serves the following states: AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN.