What We Specialize In
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) has been proven to enhance a students ability to succeed in school, increase prosocial behavior and decrease emotional stress.
These are the skills, knowledge and behaviors needed to find success in postsecondary education and to prepare students for the workforce.
Designed to establish open communication and self-reflective dialogue to empower students to thrive in challenging situations.
21st century jobs will require essential life skills that line up with your emotional intelligence.
We provide your students with support from credentialed teachers and counselors designed to address their current and future academic needs.
What We Do
Here at Scholars' Hope Foundation
Through whole child instruction, Scholars’ Hope’s mission is to lay a balanced foundation for success through academic, social and emotional development to achieve personal well being, essential life skills and a lifelong love of learning.
We utilize 1 to 1 coaching, academic support, and the development of emotional intelligence to support resilient, confident and successful students.
We do this by providing:
Personalized coaching with a credentialed teacher
Regular access to a credentialed guidance counselor
Individualized college readiness advising
Career development support
"As an upcoming high school senior who has been with program since elementary school, SHF is one of the friendliest, supportive and helpful programs I have ever been a part of. They have the most hard-working staff who build a safe, welcoming and family-like environment."
- Amaryrani, student
“It's not just another class they have to attend. It's where they are given the actual tools to go out out in life and succeed regardless of their background or social/economic standing.”
- Alicia, parent
“Scholars' Hope developed a kids'-advancement program centered around developing emotional intelligence, grit, curiosity, and belief in yourself, as well as forgiveness of yourself. These are all things that I'm a big believer in. ”