Achievers develop the confidence that allows the Achievers to succeed in high school and beyond.
Achievers have a support network of mentors, role models, and friends that extends beyond the program.
Achievers are excited for learning and have the necessary problem solving skills to explore academics and athletics independently.
Achievers learn important skills like goal setting, habit formation, and time management, developing long-lasting behaviors that will help them continue to grow.
Achievers are given the support to navigate the college process and will be accepted into at least one college of his or her choosing.
We coach Achievers in rowing and swimming, sports that encourage individual personal records within a team setting and typically have high barriers of entry.
We teach analytical and creative thinking skills by solving mathematical brain-teasers, examining critical reading articles, and showing how these skills apply to the SAT and life in general.
We expose the Achievers to different options for college and work with them one-on-one to prepare them for the SAT and navigate the college application process.
We mentor the Achievers even outside of program sessions by providing study halls, organizing STEM-focused workshops, and offering ourselves as a resource and role-model.
Our young mentor staff relates to the Achievers easily while also providing them with unique exposure to college students, athletics and valuable resources.
We hold the Achievers accountable to their goals and help them achieve results.
We create opportunities for the Achievers to set new Personal Records in athletics and academics every day.
We use a combination of quantitative and qualitative data to continuously evaluate and refine the program.