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Students who feel more connected to their teachers and peers demonstrate better attendance and lower rates of dropout.
Journal of School Psychology (2017) Volume 61
A single life course transition has the potential to shape long-term life course trajectories.
American Sociology Association (2018) Volume 91
Students with a strong sense-of-community are more likely to participate in prosocial behaviors.
Cantillion, Davidson, & Schweitzer (2003)
I made a lot of new friends and that is truly priceless.
I will try my best in high school since I know there are people who care about my education.
It helped me learn how the school works and where to go if I have trouble.
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On average, participants earn 77% more volunteer hours than their peers and are half as likely to be referred for administrative discipline.
Anna (TE'22) was named a finalist for the MoCo's Got Talent competition! This annual competition is open to over 105,000 students in MCPS middle and high schools.
Michael (TE'21) was recently elected as president of the BROTHERS! This service-driven student-group has been changing lives for over 35 years and has over 2,350 alumni.
Christopher Edmiston - Site Coordinator