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Is a rigorous, academic and cultural enrichment program that supports high-achieving, low income high school students in the Princeton area by offering courses in the arts, college preparation, math, science, writing and literature. The tuition-free program prepares participants for admission to and success within colleges and universities.
For detailed information, you can download the brochure here. Is a Princeton-based group created to help young people ages achieve academic, social and personal goals and overcome obstacles in a safe, uplifting environment.
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Gives kids an opportunity to learn, grow and thrive by sharing in healthy, confidence-building activities and programs in a safe setting. A membership includes access to the YMCA including a pool, gymnasium, wellness center featuring cardio and strength equipment, and group exercise classes designed just for youth. The group focuses on developing personal goals, finding support from one another, learning about leading healthy lifestyles, and connecting more to the school and the larger community.
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Is an extracurricular, educational, and team mentoring program that supports underrepresented youth in 5th - 12th grades. It features leadership training, career exploration, character and values development, service learning opportunities, and support for the college application process. For more information of specific dates and membership information, please call the number below. Promotes community development through education, access to healthcare, and financial stability. Their education programs offer reading readiness, child literacy improvement, youth development, and teen enrichment.
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Despite their momentum, the Red and Blue never settled into the match with the Tigers, as they fell in straight sets to Princeton for the second time this year. Penn , Ivy dropped its seventh consecutive contest against the Tigers , , whom the Quakers last defeated in September of After the early setback, Penn looked to recover in the second set by limiting mistakes.
Princeton had other plans, however, as the Tigers opened the frame on a run.