Our partner schools have 6,500 students who are off track and at risk of not graduating on time. 100% of the schools City Year serves in are Title 1 funding recipients with high percentages of students from low-income households. Together, we can make a difference for Miami's students.
Across Tulsa Public Schools, only about 50% of students are proficient in Math and English Language Arts and barely half of students graduate from high school. Together, we can make a difference for Tulsa's students.
Across City Year’s 12 partner schools, City Year Jacksonville works with 7,000 students in need of extra support and resources in order to stay on track and graduate on time. Together, we can make a difference for Jacksonville's students.
Across the 13 schools City Year serves, only about 30% of students are proficient in English Language Arts, and only about 20% of students are proficient in Math. Together, we can make a difference for San Jose’s students.
Across City Year’s partner schools in Baton Rouge, approximately 84% of students are off track from reaching graduation on time. Together, we can make a difference for Baton Rouge’s students.
In City Year New Hampshire’s partner schools, students have a 40% lower proficiency level in reading and a 50% lower proficiency level in math compared to the rest of the district.
I love seeing my students improve in their writing camps in preparation for the Florida writing assessments coming up! #makebetterhappen