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Every child’s needs are unique. Our approach to helping our scholars reach their individual goals is tailored to their capabilities. Boys Hope Girls Hope resident counselors, mentors and staff offer comprehensive and unwavering guidance and support to each and every scholar. Graduations from grade school, high school, college and graduate school are demonstrated measures of success, and many of our students earn college scholarships.
When a child is a member of the Boys Hope Girls Hope family, there are many reasons to celebrate: improved test scores, making the honor roll, acceptance into school of choice, earning a role in a school musical, sports awards, rewarding part-time and summer jobs, and completion of community service projects.
We’re proud of the accomplishments of our scholars from Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati:
- 100% of scholars participate in extracurricular activities.
- 100% of scholars perform community service projects throughout the year.
- 3.2 cumulative GPA
- 100% of BHGH Cincinnati graduates have enrolled in postsecondary education, since the organization was founded in 1981.
- 100% of high school graduates receive college scholarships.
- 94% of BHGH graduates return their second year of postsecondary education – 30% higher than the national average.
- 80% of all donations fund programs and services for scholars.
BHGH serves alongside 30 community partners annually
Ohio State University, University of Louisville, Northern Kentucky University, American Academy of Arts and Drama, North Carolina Agricultural and Technology, Bowling Green University, Otterbein College for Theatre and Music, University of Dayton.
Boston College, University of Cincinnati, University of Dayton, Loyola University of Chicago, Miami University, Ohio University, Purdue University, St. Louis University, Syracuse University, Xavier University, and West Point.
Previous Graduate Schools:
University of Dayton Law School, University of Cincinnati Department of Education, and Loyola University Chicago Department of Religious Studies.