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Mentoring and Partnership for Youth Development is committed to providing students with the skills necessary to achieve academic success by incorporating close monitoring of their academic progress. The Academics for Success Program is designed to help all students attain their full academic potential, while providing extra support to students who need more guidance as they become accustomed to the transition into a new learning environment and increase their chances of succeeding academically.

The program is structured on three components: 1) academic monitoring and review program, offered during the academic year, 2) personal counseling and planning activities, and 3) an after-school study hall with peer-to-peer tutoring. It is Mentoring and Partnerships objective to ensure the students stay on path towards graduation and eventually transition to an institution of higher learning.

Mentoring and Partnership for Youth Development requires that all students maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA to remain in the program. If a student does not meet the minimum requirement, they are placed on academic probation and are given additional guidelines and goals to ensure that they are committed to improving academically.

Those students that have achieved academic success are rewarded with prizes and certificates to acknowledge their accomplishments.

The peer-to-peer tutoring which is a part of Click on Education is for students who are in need additional assistance, specifically those that are on academic probation. Mentoring and Partnership for Youth Development recruits juniors and seniors to volunteer their time to help with peer-to-peer tutoring. In partnership with the three Academies on campus, all volunteer time associated with the program can be used towards meeting each of the Academies community service requirements. The goal of the tutoring program is to help students improve grades, stay on track throughout the semester and provide students with individual attention helping them overcome academic obstacle.

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