Impact

Fiscal Year 2021

In FY 2021, LEAP served over 400 youth through the pandemic with 73% average attendance.
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Student Population

LEAP prioritizes youth from these historically underserved communities.
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First-Generation-to-College
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Students of Color
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English Learners and former English Learners

Program Outcomes

LEAP's uses metrics to measure what is working and opportunities for improvement in each of the elements in its comprehensive model for youth success.
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middle and high school students served with academic enrichment, project-based learning and academic support

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immigrant youth improved their English, through specialized English Literacy instruction, community service and/or project-based learning

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of LEAP students graduated from high school

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of LEAP students with on-time grade advancement

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high school students participated in structured peer mentoring programs during the year

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of LEAP students reported at least as many strengths as challenges on a holistic student assessment

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Assets among LEAP youth on the holistic student assessment: perseverance, empathy and emotion control

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Challenges among LEAP youth on the holistic student assessment: relationships with peers, assertives, and hands-on engagement

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of LEAP Teen Center and CSP high school graduates enrolled in postsecondary education

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of LEAP high school graduates since 2008 enrolled in postsecondary persist through sophomore year

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of LEAP high school graduates since 2008 received a postsecondary degree, license or certificate

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average attendance rate of post-secondary students receiving advising services

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of LEAP programs integrate career discussions and activities such as mock interviews, job shadowing, and career exploration

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businesses joined LEAP's Business Partner Network to provide career mentoring for students

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volunteers across a diverse number of industries and professions engaged with LEAP to bring career information and services to its students

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students completed a work-based learning experience in Summer 2020 working with a one-on-one career mentor - a professional who is matched based on the student’s interests

Meet Our Students

Afrida
Afrida, a 9th grader at Lynn English High School, is originally from Bangladesh, and her native language is Bengali. With encouragement from her parents, she participated in Dream MORE so that she would have a smooth transition to high school and know more people and have more friends…

- Afrida

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Ileana
Ileana is a 8th grader at Thurgood Marshall Middle School in Lynn and has participated in Dream MORE during the school year and the summer. They are especially interested in the social justice curriculum, and impressed that LEAP and the program accepts and includes members of the LGBTQ community…

- Ileana

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Karla
Karla, a 7th grader at Thurgood Marshall Middle School in Lynn, solves problems, and Dream MORE has helped her lose her shyness, meet more people, and defend herself and others if people say mean things. The program has given her many opportunities to improve her English, and has helped Karla communicate better with her teachers. She is interested in history, particularly learning

- Karla

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Andrison
When Andrison says he “grew up at LEAP,” he really means it. For a time, back when LEAP was known as Salem CyberSpace, Andrison lived with his family in an apartment directly above the LEAP space. He would walk right by, never thinking how LEAP’s people and programs would soon change his life forever. Until one day in 2008,

- Andrison

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