The REACH (Resilience, Education, Adventure, Community, and Health) Fellowship program aims to work with students to develop skills so they can take control of their lives as they transition from high school to college. Making the right decisions during this transition can be frustrating, confusing, and at times, lonely. The REACH Team aim to provide REACH Fellows with the resources and community partner connections they need to make informed decisions.
Through a balanced use of academic and outdoor components, we have supported our students through the SAT/ACT process, applying for college, and transitioning into their first year of college as well as learn life skills through the use of outdoor activities such as climbing, hiking, and backpacking. Our students are ready to face any challenge in school and in life.
100% of our 2021 graduating cohort is attending a higher education institution.
REACH Fellows have travelled to Montana, Colorado, and Ecuador for 20+ day and became Global Citizens.
REACH Fellows have attended college tour trips, various workshops, and travelled domestically and internationally all free of cost to them.