The mission of the High Achievers Program exists to prepare future leaders. Its vision is that every young person has the potential to become a community leader. By participating in high-quality educational programming, as well as project-based and apprenticeship enrichment activities, participants are encouraged to become effective and participatory future leaders.
This program aims to help young people discover their individual interests and talents and illustrates the opportunities available to each of them through education, employment, and full engagement in life.
- To provide project-based and apprenticeship-based learning for high, middle, and elementary school students during the academic year and spring/summer breaks.
To incorporate and value civic agency goals so that the students develop civic knowledge of their country and community, learn and apply the civic skills of organizing, communicating, and working with others; and understand their capacity to become change agents.
To establish and sustain program partnerships with local providers.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
- Sponsor a once a month “team bonding” activity for the High Achievers. In the past, partners have sponsored a bowling night, potluck dinners and movie night.
- Volunteer as a guest speaker or tutor
- Donate to our curriculum fund
The High Achievers Program
231 W. Hancock St.
Campus Box 075
Milledgeville, Georgia 31061
Physical Address: 211 North Clarke Street
Office: 203 Chappell Hall