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Partners and Mentors offer one-on-one support to their students. Research show that students who are mentored have a greater chance of success at school and beyond. A recent study reported that 86% of seniors in a class that was mentored moved on to college where usually only 25 – 30% of students had done so before.
is to support inner city high school students in New Jersey with private school tuition assistance and mentoring to increase their chances for college admission and scholarships, and to ultimately lead successful and productive lives.
Student/Partner Alliance provides scholarships to low income, inner city students who demonstrate a desire to be successful and continue their educations beyond high school.
Graduates return to mentor Student/Partner Alliance students as Junior Mentors, completing the circle by giving back.
98% of S/PA graduates continue their education at a institute of higher learning. Hundreds of thousands of scholarship dollars are awarded our graduates each year for the continuation of their education.
99% S/PA students graduate from the high school where they were awarded their S/PA scholarship as compared with an approximate 65% graduation rate of other area schools.
|Concerned individuals impact students’ high school experience as partners and mentors. Partners provide financial assistance and mentoring. Mentors offer attention and guidance to students. READ MORE|
|Funding from 25 Corporations and Foundations provide funding for student scholarships and program operations. READ MORE|
|With tuition assistance from S/PA, students obtain a strong education at a quality private high school. Mentoring increases the students’ chances for success. READ MORE|
|Private schools associated with S/PA offer students a strong academic and values-based education in nurturing and supportive environments. READ MORE|
Student/Partner Alliance (S/PA) welcomed new Board Members at their recent Board of Trustees meeting. Left to right: Mark Boffa, Accountant, Boffa & Co; Celia Honohan, President, Immaculate Conception High School; Sheyreese Vincent, Senior Program Manager, Harris Corporation; and Christine Waldron, Exec. Vice President, U.S. Bancorp.