Student Resources

COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER PARTNERS

As one of the many district Community Learning Centers, we have after-school programming that supports the development of the whole student in a myriad of ways. Our community partners provide a host of services that are aligned with our MyTomorrow initiative and lend to the enrichment of our overall community. For more information about our programming or to become a Community Partner, contact Shroder H.S. Resource Coordinator, Pam Wilder.

My Tommorrow Goals

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative DramaKinetics Sister Accord Talbert House 5/3 Bank Cincinnati Ohio Equity Institute Art Academy of Cincinnati Xavier University Community Building Institute Queen City Chess Club General Electric Proctor and Gamble SEEDS

Students earn a 3.0 GPA (9-10)

 

 

Personal Counseling Arts integrated curriculum to address all learning styles; Positive impact to creative learning and retention Helps to build confidence and believe in the infinite possibilities for their lives. Behavioral Health-Family Engagement and Peer support Enhances Math skills through the Young Bankers Club Promotes goal setting, decision making skills and connects health and wealth Reinforces academic subject matter through visual learning strategies and creative writing components        

Students achieve 22 or higher on ACT (11-12)

Provides ACT preparation and OGT/AIR testing tutorials Arts integrated content relates to ACT   Behavioral Health-Family Engagement and Peer support Math skills Goal setting Enhances critical thinking and creative problem solving skills       ACT Preparation Sessions
Students graduate with career experiences and identified career pathway (12) Provides college and career preparartion plus assistance with college admission and scholorship applications Imparts cooperative learning life skills and embeds life skills into career-based exploration Provides connections to mentors from a host of corporations and fields around the country Community connections and support for students with special needs and their families     Features guest speakers who provide career guidance in a variety of Art fields; offers job shadowing opportunities and access to college resources in Visual Arts, Design, etc.     Exposes middle school students to Engineering careers through project-based learning.  

 

Leadership Development

    Encourages participants to step outside their boundaries and take charge of their lives         Provides Leadership development workshops at Xavier University Fosters development of critical thinking skills and strategic planing as students master chess