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Partnerships and Programs

Fuel Up to Play 60 is an in-school nutrition and physical activity program launched by National Dairy Council and NFL, in collaboration with the USDA, to help encourage today's youth to lead healthier lives.

Digital curriculum to personalize learning, actionable data to inform instruction, and success management combine to ensure students are learning and getting the results they are expecting.

Learn about the rewards of taking AP courses, what courses and exams are like, how to enroll, and more.

BCSTEP integrates rising 7th through 12th grade science and math education with academic support, science enrichment and academic and career counseling.

The goal of TRiO Educational Talent Search is to increase the number of youths from disadvantaged backgrounds who complete high school and enroll in and complete their postsecondary education. Students receive academic, career and financial counseling; assistance with completing the college application process; and encouragement to graduate from high school and continue on to, and complete, their college education.

The Brown Scholars program is a new 3-year intensive focused on the intersection of computer science and science. It is tuition-free thanks to a generous grant from the Helen Gurley Brown Trust.

California State Education Department

Our west coast partners collaborate with us to ensure our students have a smooth transition to local and state colleges. Our virtual college coaches liaise with ACPCE students and follow them through years 1 and 2 of college to increase college persistence.

College Now at City Tech  offers a diverse selection of liberal arts and sciences courses including:

  • psychology,

  • sociology,

  • calculus,

  • English,

  • physical sciences like biology and physics and much more.

HERE to HERE is a Bronx-based nonprofit that unites employers, educators, and community-based organizations to connect young people to family-sustaining careers and create a thriving, inclusive economy.

L.E.E.P. is an exciting and engaging high school transition and college readiness/sustainment program. OMN is a strategic partner for high school counselors and college admissions while being an advocate and voice for all students.

This unique and exciting program provides a direct path to higher education for high school students. The three-year program allows students to take college courses on the LIU Brooklyn campus and complete up to 30 college credits before they graduate high school.
Participants will gain essential academic, professional, and life skills, in order to achieve their ultimate success.

The Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) is a program funded by the New York State Department of Education designed to ensure that underrepresented minority groups gain entry into colleges and programs related to science and technology. STEP has formed partnerships with local high schools throughout Brooklyn and NYC area. The program is currently in its sixteenth year, and serves between 200 and 250 students each year.

The Medgar Evers College Pipeline is an intentionally designed system by which students from Central Brooklyn are guided through a strong K-12 experience, transitioned into college, and then provided high-quality opportunities to join the professional world. The MEC Pipeline connects the college with 80 partnering public schools, parents, teachers, education leaders, and teacher development organizations to give central Brooklyn’s children a shot at a fair and fulfilling future. By strengthening both the college and its partner schools, the MEC Pipeline works to build a more just future for Brooklyn.

As part of a FIRST® team, students get to apply math and science knowledge, solve problems, make decisions, communicate complex ideas, collaborate as part of a team, exercise leadership, manage resources, create and execute business plans – all essential skills in any successful technological enterprise.

OneGoal is a coalition of teachers, students, school leaders and education advocates working to close the college degree divide and ensure all young people can achieve their postsecondary dreams. Students will understand and put into practice OneGoal’s Leadership Principles: Ambition, Resourcefulness, Resilience, Professionalism, and Integrity and develop the skills that will help Fellows increase their GPA and college entrance exam scores, which in turn increases acceptance rates into more selective post­secondary schools.

PiP introduces and instills an enthusiasm for the creative spirit in every individual, at any age, through various means of expression. Through the power of storytelling-using centuries-old art forms or new electronic media-Puppetry in Practice encourages exploration by partnering with schools in building communities, both internally and externally.

Preparing middle school students for the academic and social challenges they will encounter high school, college, and beyond is the foundation of SASF’s Middle School program. Students are provided with the critical tools and resources to help them and their families attain their goals. 


Below are elements of the Middle School model:


  • High School Choice Advisement

  • Test Prep Services

  • Subject-Based Tutoring and Improving Study Skills

  • High School Readiness & Character

  • Education Workshops 

  • Athletics

  • Arts 

Leadership is a dynamic, urban organization that enriches lives, emboldens confidence, and expands options by building strong leaders in classrooms and communities.

Urban Advantage (UA) is a standards-based partnership program designed to improve students’ understanding of scientific inquiry through collaborations between urban public school systems and science cultural institutions such as zoos, botanical gardens, museums, and science centers. We believe that their extraordinary scientific and cultural resources convey a true “urban advantage.”  Urban Advantage partnerships give students opportunities to conduct hands-on investigations that engage them in science as a way of thinking and investigating rather than simply as a body of knowledge.