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.
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.
State Sen. Joseph P. Addabbo Jr. participated in our 2018 College March, marching alongside seniors from Channel View.
2018 Compass Rose Award Winner Aileen Soto, Course Director & Field Instructor, reflects on her journey with NYC Outward Bound Schools.
On Friday, December 14th, 2018, uptown City Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez rolled with WHEELS’ College March.
Rockaway’s The Wave joined Channel View for our 8th Annual College March on December 14th.
Harlem World encourages its readers to join the College March “from Hollywood to Uptown.”
Leaders High School teacher Mike McQuillan recently reflected on his students’ recent Intensive investigating police and community relations.
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.
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.