Monarch School Project
San Diego, California
Monarch School is dedicated to helping San Diego’s homeless and at-risk children break the cycle of poverty through education. Monarch is an accredited public school serving more than 400 kids each year, ages 4-19, grades K-12. The school provides them with an accredited education and enrichment programs as well as providing for their basic needs such as medical and dental care, food and clothing, transportation, and family assistance.
Monarch is a unique collaboration of the County and the Community—the San Diego County Office of Education and the nonprofit Monarch School Project, a 501(c)(3) organization.
The average student arrives at Monarch three years behind grade level, yet for every six months a student spends at Monarch, he or she will progress more than a year academically. Monarch School is the largest and most comprehensive program of its kind for homeless kids in the U.S. and is a prototype for how a community can successfully educate homeless children to become productive citizens.
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