Results

Oliver Scholars offers high-achieving Black and Latino students an alternative path, raising their sights and fostering the development of our next generation of change-makers, thought leaders, and trailblazers. Our work with Scholars includes up to twelve years of one-on-one support, summer coursework, and pre-career training. As a result, 100 percent of Scholars graduate high school. For the Class of 2018, 91 percent were accepted into U.S. News and World Report's top 100 schools.

The Oliver Difference

Strong focus on social and emotional skills development

Emphasis on experiential learning and community service

Commitment to providing transition support for the whole family

Annual Reports

Take a look at our most recent annual reports to learn more about our programs and results.

Scholars completed 53,166 hours of community service from 2010-2017

In the 2017-2018 school year, Scholars' average GPA was 3.41

74% of SSAT scores increased for Scholars after entering Oliver

96% of Scholars reported feeling more academically prepared because of Oliver

Historically, 30% of Scholars attend Ivy League schools

Scholar nominations

The deadline to nominate a student to be an Oliver Scholar is in February. The process is competitive: In 2017-18, Oliver received close to 1,200 nominations for only 100 spots.

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