Scholars' Hope Foundation 

Building the Foundation for Success

Our unique online program provides individual and small group support to our scholars. 

Elementary & Middle School

Distance Learning Support: 

  • Your child will be guided through their remote learning with the help of a credentialed teacher. This includes grade tracking, time management and planning, and guided study sessions. 

 

Social and Emotional Learning 

  • A credentialed counselor teaches your student the five main core competencies of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making skills. 

 

Access to Math Support Programs

  • Each student is provided with Dreambox, an effective and engaging online math program. This program challenges students as well as closes gaps in their learning.

  • A credentialed teacher will be provided to help keep your student on track and assist with managing the program

  • Access to this program is available to the student at any time and there is no cap on the length of time a student may use the program per month. 

 

STEM and Art Lessons

  • A credentialed teacher leads students through science, technology, engineering, and art lessons. 

Learning Pods

  • Once you've joined our program, you will be able to connect with other families in in your area who are in similar situations. This will give you the opportunity to set up learning pods.

  • Learning pods are small groups of students (typically 3 to 10 children) who learn together outside the classroom but still in person. These groups have been very beneficial to many families during this pandemic.

  • Partnering with Scholars Hope, families using learning pods, distanced learning, or home schooling as part of your children’s education, will give you the needed expertise to feel confident your children are getting the best educational support.

High School

Individual Academic Coaching 

  • Students will be guided through life skills that will help them actualize their fullest potential. Topics include academic planning, the importance of sleep and the impact of stress on our body, problem solving, financial literacy, and goal setting. 

College Readiness

  • Your student will be supported through the college application process, financial aid applications, and monthly featured colleges.

Career Guidance

  • A career guidance instructor will provide your student strengths-based assessments and lessons on featured careers to help guide them towards their passions and career goals.

 

Social and Emotional Learning

  • A credentialed counselor teaches your student the five main core competencies of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making skills. 

Diversity and Inclusion Education

  • Students will learn about the importance of our diverse world and how to appreciate our differences. 

Learning Pods

  • Once you've joined our program, you will be able to connect with other families in in your area who are in similar situations. This will give you the opportunity to set up learning pods.

  • Learning pods are small groups of students (typically 3 to 10 children) who learn together outside the classroom but still in person. These groups have been very beneficial to many families during this pandemic.

  • Partnering with Scholars Hope, families using learning pods, distanced learning, or home schooling as part of your children’s education, will give you the needed expertise to feel confident your children are getting the best educational support.

Proven Results

Scholars' Hope Foundation, is committed to growth and has partnered with Claremont University Evaluation Center and its Director Nazanin Zargarpour M.P.P., Ph.D. on a five-year study beginning in 2015.  The results demonstrate that our Scholars consistently outperform their peers and are more likely to attend higher education even when compared to advantaged groups. Scholars' Hope Foundation is a model program that many communities can benefit from.

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Phone: (714) 872-2078 

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