On May 31, PSP celebrated the graduation of 41 scholars who graduated from high school college-ready and headed for college. We are so proud of our scholars, each of whom was brave enough to take risks, confident enough to believe in their abilities and dedicated enough to consistently excel in school, year after year. Each graduate was matched with a mentor who supported their growth through middle and high school, and a sponsor who ensured that every student had the same opportunities to succeed that all young people should have, regardless of income.
Next fall, 100% of PSP graduates are entering an institution of higher learning, with 95% of them heading off to a four-year college. Click on the PSP Grad Book to read about the PSP graduates’ experiences in their own words!
Thank you to all of our partners who helped make this achievement possible.
Thank you to the sponsors of the class of 2014 for making sure every scholar had the opportunity to build a meaningful mentoring relationship that supported their college aspirations and to our partners for making this work possible :
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm and Sylvia Boyce
Mr. and Mrs. George and Muriel DeRoy, in honor of Paul Spindler
Oder Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. David and Martha Ho
Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Leslie LeBeau
Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Sue Masson
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon and Cindy Stone
Mr. George ‘Buddy’ Moss
Mr. David Morales, DJM Construction
Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
Wells Fargo Foundation
Mr. Steven Wood and Mrs. Christine Kang
The Gilbert & Jacki Cisneros Foundation
Joseph Drown Foundation
Rosalinde & Arthur Gilbert Foundation
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, 2nd District