Safety Harbor Kids is pleased to announce its partnership with the Guardian Scholars Program at Pepperdine University’s Seaver College. This program, in conjunction with Safety Harbor Kids Academic Achievement Program, will help orphans and foster children have a chance to get into a good university after academic achievement in high school.
This seems like a perfect match as Safety Harbor Kids Academic Achievement Program is designed to prepare teenagers for college and Pepperdine’s Guardian Scholars program is designed to help them get into college and graduate. “We know that 70% of the foster youth wish to go to college, and that very few will ever the chance to pursue their academic goals. Safety Harbor Kids and Pepperdine University are taking steps to help these kids achieve their dreams,” says Petrie Alexandra Williams, President of Safety Harbor Kids.
“The speech’s from the staff at the restaurant were really inspiring and make me want to go through with my intended College plans “Darin, Foster Child, age 14.
The facts are that only 10% of those deserving children will ever enroll in college and only 2-3 percent will graduate. At eighteen 80% will end up homeless and more than 50% will end up in pr
Contact: Petrie Alexandra Williams
President, Safety Harbor Kids