High school graduates have longer life expectancies, better health outcomes, higher average incomes, are more likely to complete postsecondary education and training, and are more likely to be employed—88% of available jobs require at least a high school diploma.
In partnership with students and local communities, CYC is helping to build leaders through one-on-one support, customized literacy and academic instruction, and educational access.
6,784 students were served by CYC during the 2022-2023 school year.
- 48% Male
- 47% Female
- 3% Transgender or Self-identify
- 1% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
- 1% American Indian or Alaskan Native
- 2% Asian
- 6% Black or African American
- 6% Multiracial
- 39% White
- 46% Latinx
*We collect this data only on our students ages 14 and older.
The following statistics refer to our students who are ages 14 and older:
- 55% are eligible for free and reduced lunch
- 24% have been involved in the court system
- 16% are currently or formerly experiencing homelessness
- 4% are currently or formerly in the child welfare system
51% of schools CYC serves have a majority population of students from low-income families.