The five Kids on Course Schools have a higher number of students who come from low-income families, compared to other schools in the district and the state. Some of those families face challenges like homelessness, mental illness, domestic violence and hunger. While we at Kids on Course focus most of our efforts on providing academics and enrichments to children, we also assist in breaking down some barriers to success that are poverty-related.

Scroll through to learn about how our community relationships with other local non-profits and organizations, allow us to help students and families facing adversity.




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July 3, 2014