Boys Hope Girls Hope of Northeastern Ohio is a place of safety and belonging for our Scholars, Collegians, Fellows, and Alumni.
Our Campus includes the state-of-the-art Rajan Center, multiple residential homes, and a variety of outdoor spaces, including our Browns Athletic field, a fire-pit, and plenty of open green space.
The state–of–the–art Rajan Center is home to the Academy Program. Opened in 2019, The Rajan Center brings our Academy Program under one roof and allows more than 200 Scholars to participate in an empowering home–like atmosphere that fosters a sense of belonging from middle school through high school.
This 22,000 square–foot building includes an innovation studio, art room, study spaces, counseling areas and open spaces for Scholars to develop holistically each day and build life–long relationships. Originally built around the former Ss. Peter and Paul School gymnasium and now also including a multipurpose fitness room, the Rajan Center also creates countless opportunities for our Scholars to access physical wellness activities.
Boys Hope Girls Hope has four beautifully maintained Residential Homes for our Scholars.
Scholars enrolled in our unique Residential Program think of Boys Hope Girls Hope as their home–away–from–home while attending outstanding private middle schools and high schools throughout Cleveland and Akron. Beginning as early as 6th grade, Residential Scholars live in one of four homes on our campus in Garfield Heights that are staffed by a qualified and highly trained group of dedicated Residential Counselors. Learn more about the Residential Program here.
The outdoor campus green space is a beautiful, multi–functional connector helping us implement a well–
defined, cohesive campus feel. From designated spaces for Scholars and Families to Haslam Field and our fire pit to the wide sidewalks connecting our Residential homes, our Campus is designed to create an inviting and warm space for our BHGH community to gather.