Graduate Support

The Hope Partnership Graduate Support Program is committed to providing a holistic support system for all graduates. By fostering genuine, long-lasting relationships with alumni and their families, our program is designed to facilitate a smooth and successful transition into high school and college, and develop responsible, and civically engaged members of the community.

 

The graduate support services at Hope Partnership begin in 5th grade, and continue through high school, college placement, and beyond. By Maintaining ongoing contact with graduates, organizing social events that provide alumnae the opportunity to re-engage with current Hope middle school students, and opportunities to reunite with their peers, we aim to invest in our graduates generationally.

Our Holistic Approach To Graduate Support Includes:

  • Weekly tutoring and monitoring of academic progress through high school.
  • Providing help & access to resources that will support alumnae academic and social needs.
  • Daily study halls and afterschool snacks/meals
  • Teen Relationships and Conflict Resolution Weekly Workshop
  • Monthly events, trips, and workshops
  • Collaborative support with high school administrators and Guidance counselors for academic and social support with Hope graduates
  • Transportation
  • Work ready & Job Application Assistance
  • College Visits
  • Daily access to Quint Center Library & Graduate Support Lounge computers and printers
  • Community Service and Internship opportunities

Our program focuses on successfully transitioning students into quality high schools that meet their potential. At Hope, we offer assistance in choosing and being accepted into high school, academic and social support for students throughout their high school years, and aid in choosing, applying for, and meeting the requirements for college acceptance or successful entry into the workplace.

  • High School Information Workshops (notetaking, conflict-resolution)
  • Assistance with selection, application, registration, and enrollment process
  • Guidance with Financial Aid & Scholarship Applications
  • One on One Student & Parent meetings
  • Visit to the Philadelphia Annual High School Fair
  • Organizing Student Shadow days and Campus visits at various Philadelphia High Schools
  • High School Visits from Admissions Counselors to Hope Partnership 7th/8th graders
  • Mock-Interview sessions with Admissions Directors
  • Transportation to shadow days and testing
  • Annual High School Placement Family Education Night
  • Scholarship funding for students who wish to attend private, tuition-based schools

Over the years, our students have been accepted to a variety of special admission public, private, and charter schools, including:

 

Mercy Career & Technical HS, Roman Catholic HS, Hallahan Catholic Girls HS, Little Flower Catholic HS for Girls, Constitution High School, Girard Academic Music Program, Science Leadership Academy, Parkway Center City Middle College HS, Girard College, The Milton Hershey School, The Philadelphia HS for Girls, Franklin Learning Center, Cristo Rey Philadelphia HS, West Catholic HS, Freire Charter High School, Imhotep Institute Charter High School, and many others.

Over the years, our students have been accepted to a variety of special admission public, private, and charter schools, including:

  • Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School
  • The Howley Family Foundation
  • GESU Middle School
  • Great Philly Schools
  • The Maguire Foundation
  • The Philadelphia Theatre Company
  • The Philadelphia Youth Network
  • Police Athletic League
  • Rising Sons/Ones Up, Inc.
  • Rising Queens Philadelphia
  • Sincerely Syreeta & Co.
  • St. James Middle School
  • Temple University
  • The Village of Arts and Humanities
  • Women Against Abuse
  • YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter

Director Contact

Brittany Holiday

Director of Graduate Support

(215) 232-5410 x203

   bholiday@hope-partnership.org