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4 Key Program Outcomes

We look to four outcomes as measures for overall program effectiveness. They are (1) student retention from elementary through high school, (2) high school graduation rate, (3) college matriculation, and (4) college retention. Those four outcomes over the last two years are as follows:

 2014-2015 High School Seniors

• Retention: 11 of 13 entered Bridges in elementary school; 2 entered in middle school 
• High School Graduation: 100% (13 students) graduated high school in spring 2015
• College Matriculation: 92% (12 of 13 students) matriculated into college in fall 2015
• College Retention: 100% (12 of 12 students) started second year of college in fall 2016


 2015-2016 High School Seniors

• Retention: 11 of 12 entered Bridges in elementary school; 1 entered in middle school
• High School Graduation: 100% (12 students) graduated high school in spring 2016
• College Matriculation: 91.6% (11 of 12 students) matriculated into college in fall 2016


Other Outcomes

We also keep track of high school and college matriculations, as we know the quality of matriculations are a major factor in long-term student success.

High School Matriculations

Bridges provides families with school placement support and historically about 80% of Bridges students enter selective public or private schools with entrance criteria. The majority of students attend City, Poly or Western. Students have also attended:   

Archbishop Curley Institute of Notre Dame
Baltimore School for the Arts                                   Maryvale
Boys Latin Mergenthaler Vocational (Mervo)
Calvert Hall Mount Carmel
Cristo Rey St. Paul's School
Dunbar St. Paul's School for Girls
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College Matriculations

In the last two years, Bridges high school seniors have matriculated to:

American University (DC) St. Mary's College of Maryland
Baltimore City Comm. College (MD)  Towson State (MD)
Bowie State University (MD) University of MD, College Park
Capital College (MD) University of MD Baltimore County
Comm. College of Baltimore Co. (MD)                   University of MD Eastern Shore
Morgan State University (MD) University of Baltimore (MD)
Mount Saint Mary's (MD) Virginia Commonwealth University (VA)
North Carolina Central (NC) Wesley College (DE)
Radford University (VA) Williams College (MA)
Shaw University  (NC)  
Stevenson University (MD)  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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