low income students
Looking to get out of town for the July 4 holiday, key lawmakers have agreed on a stopgap — for now.
By consistently raising the standards, the state has pulled back resources for students who are most in need.
Future 5 believes in all the potential of high school students! Founded in 2009 by Clif McFeely this mentoring program believes that all of Stamford CT's high school students should be connected to their full life's potential, regardless of income or family circumstances.
Financial aid packages have been reviewed, colleges have been visited and in most cases, final reflection has taken place. Some students know the moment they visit a particular campus it's the right school for them. But for a majority, the final decision is much more complex.
A strong support network and ongoing mentoring is needed to help navigate the unique challenges most will face while narrowing down and applying for college admission.
If you encounter a student with over $50,000 in debt, you will usually find that the student transferred majors or schools, or both.