First College Track High School Class Heads to College

In 2012, College Track opened in the Los Angeles community of Boyle Heights with the promise to take students to and through college. Four years later, we celebrate the 45 high school graduates who are heading off to college in the fall. Reaching this milestone took courage, confidence, and determination. "Defying Odds on the Path to College," takes us through the journey of two of our Boyle Heights graduates.

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Innovative Educational Program Puts High School Students on the Right Track for College

As first-generation college applicants begin the road to higher education, they encounter many barriers to completing college. College Track New Orleans helps to guide high school students from underserved communities to college graduation by providing academic support, leadership training, financial and college advising, and scholarships.


College Track Celebrates Launch of Watts Program

On November 12th, we celebrated the launch of College Track Watts. It was truly a historic occasion. As our country marked the 50th anniversary of the Watts riots, we made a commitment--in partnership with the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, Partnership for Los Angeles Schools and Green Dot Public Schools--to long-lasting change for the students and families of Watts. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilman Joe Buscaino joined our ninth grade student Alex and alumna Kyra in speaking at our celebration in the Jordan Downs housing development.


College Track Student Story Featured On Univision

Univision recently aired a segment that featured College Track and Roosevelt High School senior, Cynthia Erenas. It follows Cynthia's story as she pursues her passion for STEM. Watch here


American Graduate Champion: Saskia Pallais

Saskia Pallais, Los Angeles Regional Executive Director, was recently featured in PBS SOCAL's American Graduate Champion series. Watch Saskia's story and hear about her commitment to help College Track students in Los Angeles achieve their dream to graduate from college.