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.
Gaynor McCown students gave back to their community for the school’s 10th annual Day of Service.
Gaynor McCown students lent a helping hand by packing food bags and volunteering at the Project Hospitality Community Service Center, Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen in Stapleton. Read about their service work in the Staten Island Advance.
WHEELS junior Demitrius spoke with WBUR’s David Folkenflik about the new movie “The Hate U Give,” which tells the story of a black teenager who witnesses her friend killed by a white police officer.
Follow our 9th graders during Crew Orientation by checking out the blog: https://nycoutwardbound.wordpress.com/
Jharol and Laiba, two former Leaders students, are taking the helm of our new Crew Mentors pilot this year. Read about their first month on the job.
Excerpted from a speech by Mia Griffith, NYC Outward Bound Schools alum and student at City Tech Good Morning, my name is Mia Griffith. I am alumni of Brooklyn Collaborative, a NYC Outward Bound School in Brooklyn, and I graduated in 2017. Going into high school I had no idea what I wanted to do […]