Access propels at-risk middle school students through high school and on to college and career success with enrichment, counseling, and scholarships.
Academy programs are currently located in Most Holy Trinity Catholic School & Academy; Sr. Thea Bowman Catholic School; St. Cecilia School & Academy; and St. Louis Catholic Academy.
Since 2005, Access has impacted more than 1,100 at-risk middle school students in the St. Louis region.
97% of Access students represent minority populations.
94% of Access students qualify for free/reduced lunch.
99% of Access students are accepted to private, college-preparatory high schools.
Graduate Support Directors work with Academy students to find a high school that best matches their individual learning style and interests.
98% of Access students graduate high school on-time.
Graduate Support Directors consistently visit our Academy graduates all four-years of their high school journies to provide advocacy and support.
96% of Access graduates are admitted to colleges, universities, and other post-secondary schools.
Access offers programming to support students’ transition to and persistence in post-secondary schools.
Access Academies: Enrichment ~ Counseling ~ Scholarships
Access Academies propels students from middle school, through high school, and to college and career success. To date, Access has impacted more than 1,100 students in the St. Louis region. Ninety-eight percent of its graduates have been accepted to private, college-prep high schools; 99 percent graduate on-time; and 96 percent are accepted to colleges, universities, or other post-secondary institutions.
Posted Monday, June 17, 2019
Thank you to the nearly 500 guests...
Thank you to the nearly 500 guests who attended Access Academies’ 11th Annual Celebration Dinner at the Ritz Carlton, St....
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Posted Thursday, March 21, 2019
Access Commits $700,000 in High School Tuition...
Access Commits $700,000 in High School Tuition Scholarships for Graduating 8th Grade Class...
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Posted Sunday, December 2, 2018
A First-Generation Student Perspective “My first semester...
A First-Generation Student Perspective “My first semester at Maryville University has been one of the biggest transitions in my life,...
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A proper education is the greatest force to end the cycle of poverty. You can make a meaningful difference in the lives of countless low-income children by supporting Access Academies.