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The Justice & Diversity Center

School-To-College

The Justice & Diversity Center's School-To-College (STC) program provides high school students with important services to graduate high school and enroll in college. Currently embedded in the Academy of Arts & Sciences high school, the STC program provides guidance, information, coaching, encouragement and opportunity for students in grades 9-12.

Volunteer attorneys help seniors navigate the college application process and the generous donation of our members and partners makes college tours possible throughout the Bay Area and California.

Read about additional components of the School-To-College program.

School-To-College Partners

Revolution Prep
Revolution Prep has been a critically important partner with the STC program since 2006. During that time, students taking their SAT prep course have improved their test scores by an average of 200 points. Revolution Prep offers a six-week course, valued at $499 per student, for only $50 per STC student
Find out more about this partnership.

City College, Latina/o Services Network (LSN)

Latina/o Services Network (LSN) is a network of programs that offers orientation, placement test and priority registration for STC students.

School-To-College Supporters

San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers and their foundation have supported the STC program since 2004. In that time the 49ers foundation has helped to raise more than $225,000 for the STC program.
Find out more about this partnership.

California Minority Counsel Program Foundation
The California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP) Foundation granted more than $100,000 to establish the CMCP Tutoring Program of the STC program. Through this component, STC students are provided with the tools and resources they need to graduate high school.