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- 100% of our students graduate from high school. 94% graduate from college in six years or less, compared with 45% for African American and Latino students nationally.
- After college, 36% of HEAF college graduates go on to get a master’s degree or more (compared with a national average of 9% for all Americans.)
- 100% of HEAF parents say they would have difficulty navigating the New York City school system without our help.
The Classes of 2010 and 2014
- 93% of HEAF’s Class of 2014 were accepted to highly competitive and selective admissions high schools in New York City in the fall of 2010.
- 100% of HEAF’s Class of 2010 graduated on time and are attending college, as compared to a national average for Black and Latino students of 25%.
- The high school class of 2010 earned nearly half a million dollars in college scholarships and non need-based financial aid. They will be attending such prestigious schools as Wheaton College, Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College, Syracuse University, Vassar College, Mount Holyoke College, and Penn State.
The numbers don't tell the whole story, though. Have a look at what our students and alumni say about HEAF in their own words!