Project GRAD Atlanta is a non-profit organization whose mission is to collaborate with the Atlanta Public Schools in order to increase the number of students graduating from high school and college.
Welcome to Project GRAD Atlanta!
The Mission of Project GRAD Atlanta is to collaborate with the Atlanta Public Schools in order to increase the number of students graduating from high school and college. Project GRAD Atlanta provides critical academic, behavioral, social services, and college access interventions for traditionally-underserved populations of students from economically-disadvantaged communities attending the Atlanta Public Schools.
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In the News
In collaboration with Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, Project GRAD Atlanta hosted its 9th Annual Family Access Day for College Readiness on May 4, 2013! As a part of the Georgia College Access Grant College Readiness Initiative, forty-four (44) families (totaling 89 participants) of freshman and sophomores enrolled in Project GRAD [...]
Brumley-GRAD Scholar, Leslie Sanchez will receive her B.S. in Accounting on May 11, 2013 from Georgia State University! As a 2010 graduate of The New Schools at Carver, Early College, Leslie entered her first year of college with enough credits to be classified as a sophomore, thus completing her undergraduate studies in 3 years! Because [...]
ATLANTA-May 6, 2013 Project GRAD Atlanta, a college readiness, access, success and scholarship-granting organization for primarily first-generation college students hosted a private premiere of the documentary, First Generation, followed by a panel discussion with the film’s producers and three first-generation Project GRAD Brumley-GRAD Scholars on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.