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Research shows that developing non-cognitive skills, such as resilience, decision-making, goal-setting, and time management, can be the difference in low-income students staying the course through to high school graduation and making positive professional decisions (This American Life podcast, 2012).



Oftentimes urban and rural youth are underserved by the educational options presented in the public education sector.  We exist to supplement those disparities by taking a wholistic approach to developing each student to better realize his or her potential through a process of individualized, strategic training and nurturing.  Furthermore, we seek to partner with schools to improve student success rates and academic culture.

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