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MENTORSHIP ENGAGES STUDENTS IN AND OUT OF CLASS

  • Personal support helps students transition and feel at home on campus before they arrive.

  • More students engage in extracurriculars, sports, and student-run initiatives.

  • Students find confidence to engage academically with faculty and staff.

  • Students make strong social bonds and help the whole community thrive.


We love the dual benefits of this partnership. Our new students become an integral part of the Flintridge community and our alumni are able to continue their leadership after high school while giving back in a meaningful way.
— Peter Bachmann, Headmaster of Flintridge Preparatory School

STUDENTS IN THESE PROGRAMS ARE:

  • 86% more likely to actively participate in or start their own clubs

  • 54% more comfortable working with their peers

  • 46% more comfortable giving presentations

  • 41% more likely to ask for help from a teacher


What makes this program unique?

Individualized Curriculum: Personalized curriculum pathways provides support for students with diverse backgrounds (i.e. low income students, first generation students, etc.)

Alumni Mentors: Alumni and current student mentors engage your community, and get new students excited about school traditions and campus culture.

Real-Time Reporting: Delivering insights and data straight to administrators through our online platform allows you to track progress and see impact.


The high school experience is about understanding yourself and your core values. This mentorship program allows young alumnae mentors to guide a new student through opportunities for growth and self investigation.
— Talia Titus, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at The Bryn Mawr School
The mentor program has definitely helped getting young alumni engaged with Cheshire Academy. I have had some mentors attend Alumni Events this year and have had some good conversations with other alums looking to get involved in the program next year.
— Chris Ferraro, Young Alumni Engagement, Cheshire Academy