The goal of the program is to provide academic support during out-of-school times during both the school year and during summer vacation. The program starts in the in the summer prior to fifth grade.
Mary Driscoll, principal of the Edison School, is excited to partner with Steppingstone to enable more of her students to earn a four-year college diploma.
“The College Success Academy brings the high level of rigor and support that are Steppingstone hallmarks to families who want to take full advantage of the K-8 experience and be ready for success in a traditional Boston public high school and college,” she said.
Read the full press release at the Boston Globe's Allston-Brighton YourTown site.