CEO Richard Stopol in the New York Times >

Our fearless leader Richard Stopol is featured once again in The New York Times in a letter to the editor about the importance of a college diploma.

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Remembering Our Founding Board Chair >

As Board Chair, and later on as a board member, Bill helped pave the way for us to grow from an organization that provides programs to a handful of NYC public schools, to one that operates a network of public schools, supports our students to and through college, and brings our educational practices to over 70 NYC public schools a year. 

Senator Addabbo Marches With Channel View Seniors During 2018 College March >

State Sen. Joseph P. Addabbo Jr. participated in our 2018 College March, marching alongside seniors from Channel View. 

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Crossing the Finish Line >

2018 Compass Rose Award Winner Aileen Soto, Course Director & Field Instructor, reflects on her journey with NYC Outward Bound Schools.

Uptown City Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez Rolls With The WHEELS’ College March >

On Friday, December 14th, 2018, uptown City Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez rolled with WHEELS’ College March.

Marching Into The Future >

Rockaway’s The Wave joined Channel View for our 8th Annual College March on December 14th.

Harlem World promotes this year’s College March >

Harlem World encourages its readers to join the College March “from Hollywood to Uptown.”

Op-Ed: Have Police-Community Relations Improved From Harlem To Hollis? >

Leaders High School teacher Mike McQuillan recently reflected on his students’ recent Intensive investigating police and community relations.

Harborside Academy Celebrates the 2018 College March >

Harborside Academy, and EL school in Kenosha, WI, celebrated the nationwide College March on Thursday 15 as a symbolic representation of taking the necessary steps for their future.

2018 Impact Report: Bringing Our Work to Greater Scale >

We’re thrilled to share our newest Impact Report, which demonstrates how we are continuing to reach even more NYC public school students and their teachers every year.