2018-19 Outcomes

Last year our 643 students excelled in so many amazing ways; academically, socially and personally.  We share their successes below and please note behind these numbers are very special and personal stories of lives that are changed through New Horizons' programs and volunteers.

Academic Improvement

Students K-5th



Students 6-12th


College Bound


Average Gain in Language

Arts Test Scores

73% made a 30% gain or higher


High School Graduation Rate

100% for 2019 / 93% since 2009

6-11th Grade Scholarships

8 teens received full tuition scholarships

Earned a C or Higher in Language Arts at School



Middle School Honor Roll

45% made the A/B Honor Roll in at least one quarter this school year

Post Graduation

63% College, 25% Technical School, 13% Work

Summer Reading Skills Improvement

91% increased their oral reading fluency by 8wpm

Middle/High School GPA

96% had a GPA of 2.0 or higher

12th Grade Scholarships

93% of eligible seniors submitted applications for scholarships

Social Improvement

Super Girls/Boys Club



Teacher Feedback for

Students K-5th

100% report that their students' attendance has had a positive

impact on their academic performance

Collaborative/Leadership Skills

93% of students say they feel more prepared to be a leader and work together in a team

Parent Feedback for Students


97% noted improvement in child's desire to get better grades and be successful in school

Mastery of Relationship and Team-Building Skill Units


Student Feedback 6-12th

81% of students say that they listen to others better, can ask others for help and feel more comfortable speaking to adults

4-5th Grade Students

61 Girls, 27 Boys

Student Feedback K-5th

92% state that they work harder to get their homework completed and do better in school

Stakeholder Feedback (All Clubs)

Character Development

Super Kids Reading Camp


96% of students feel better prepared to start the new school year after attending SKRC

Super Teens Leadership Camp Feedback

87% of students feel more prepared to be a leader in their community

Student Feedback 6-12th

81% of students feel more confident in their ability to participate in school and community activities

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