- Growing support for the Horizons at Warner summer program for more than 150 low-income youth has allowed the program to flourish and sustain its programming at the University.
- Support continues to fuel the school’s work with the University’s Educational Partnership Organization (EPO) at East, making extracurricular experiences possible for many East High students and launching the Center for Urban Education Success. The center will inform best practices at East High and capture what is being learned through the EPO, and from other school reform initiatives, for the benefit of struggling urban high schools facing similar challenges.
- The establishment of critically needed George Eastman Circle scholarships at the school in 2016 will assist in attracting exemplary students to its counseling, teaching, and school leadership programs.
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2016