Summer 2016 Impact Report
As Harlem Lacrosse students experience success on and off the field, they set new goals for themselves and engage in more positive behaviors in the pursuit of those goals.
Rate of Students Attending School Regularly
Harlem Lacrosse Program Directors work in school all day, every day, which means improved attendance for Harlem Lacrosse student-athletes. 88% of Harlem Lacrosse students have regular attendance (i.e., they are present at least 90% of the academic calendar) compared to 71% of their in-school peers.
Harlem Lacrosse Students
2. Academic Performance
Rate of Students Passing Core Classes
Harlem Lacrosse students attend mandatory daily study halls and achieved passing grades in core-classes at higher rates than non-Harlem Lacrosse students at their schools. In the 2015–2016 school year, at least 90% of students passed English, Math, Science and Social Studies
Students Passing English
STUDENTS PASSING MATH
Students Passing Science
Students Passing Social Studies
High School Dropout Rate in New York City
Academic, athletic and social-emotional skill building throughout the calendar year helps keep students engaged. As a result, Harlem Lacrosse alumni avoid high school and college dropout at rates superior to those of their peers.
HISPANIC H.S. STUDENTS IN NYC
African American H.s. Students in NYC
Harlem Lacrosse Alumni
Independent School and College Matriculation
Students who enroll in the Admissions Counseling program receive free academic tutoring, SSAT and SAT preparation, essay counseling, advising, and school visits throughout the application process. Since 2011, Harlem Lacrosse has helped 47 students earn academic scholarships to independent schools and colleges.
Harlem Lacrosse students have earned over $15 million in scholarship offers from independent schools and colleges since 2011.
100% of graduating boarding school students were admitted to the college of their choice with an aid package that fit their needs.
During the 2015–2016 school year, Harlem Lacrosse students at independent schools maintained a "B" average in their core classes