Academy Program

The Boys Hope Girls Hope Academy is the seven-year continuum of support provided to middle school (Hope Prep) and high school (College Road)

 

Through our holistic curriculum, Scholars in the BHGH Academy receive academic enrichment, STEM education, hands-on learning experiences, and college and career counseling, as well as participate in service opportunities, leadership experiences, and community-building opportunities.

100%

of our Scholars graduate from high school

83%

of our Scholars are the first in their family to attend college

415

an average number of hours Scholars spend on our campus each year

Rajan Center

The success of our Academy Program is proven through the success of our Scholars and we want to provide that opportunity for even more motivated students in the area. On June 1,  2019, we opened The Rajan Center, a 22,000 sq. ft. building that will be the home of the program and serve as the year-round ‘home away from home’ for hundreds of Scholars. The center features dynamic classrooms, an art studio, a STEM lab, counseling and study areas and physical fitness spaces.

Boys Hope Girls Hope Academy Scholar Profile

MOTIVATION
Our Scholars are motivated to succeed in a challenging academic environment

WELLNESS
They are open to receiving help to strengthen mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness.

RELATIONSHIP
They have the ability to positively relate to peers and adults

BEHAVIOR
Our Scholars are free of serious issues related to learning and/or behavior

AGE
Cohorts begin the summer before 6th grade

NEED
Our Scholars fall within 200% of the federal poverty guidelines and have a need for long-term partnership on the road to college and career

PARTNER
Our Scholars have a parent or guardian willing to partner with BHGH for their child’s holistic growth and academic success

Contact Tim Grady, Executive Director, for more information at tgrady@bhgh.org or 216-441-2980 x 115.

“Boys Hope Girls Hope is a place where I’m given a chance to truly prove to myself and the world what I’m made of.” -Julian, Class of 2018

Boys Hope Girls Hope Northeast Ohio