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Results & Supporters

Impact

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.

Student Demographics

5,820 students were served by CYC last year

  • 49% Male
  • 48% Female
  • 1% Transgender or Self-identify
  • 2% American Indian or Alaskan Native
  • 6% Multiracial
  • 11% Black or African American
  • 17% White
  • 59% Latinx

*All life event statistics are high school students only*

  • 69% are eligible for free and reduced lunch
  • 35% have been involved in the court system
  • 18% are currently or formerly experiencing homelessness
  • 9% are pregnant or parenting
  • 4% are currently or formerly in foster care

Corporate Partners

Blanchard Family Wines
Davita Kidney Care
First Bank
Comedy Works

Grant Funders

Senior Supporters: over $25,000

CDHS
Serve Colorado Logo
United Way Larimer County
United Way Weld County

Phillip B. Golberg Fund (via The Denver Foundation)
The Peierls Foundation
Anonymous

Junior Supporters: $10,001-$25,000

Denver Foundation
United Way Mile High

Bushong Family Foundation
Fox Family Foundation
The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Colorado

Sophomore Sponsors: $5,001-$10,000

Denver Active 20-30 Children's Foundation
State Farm Companies Foundation
US Bank Foundation

Virginia W. Hill Charitable Foundation

Freshman Sponsors: Up to $5,000

The Sam S. Bloom Foundation

We are proud to partner with the following Colorado school districts:

  • Adams 12 Five Star Schools
  • Alamosa School District
  • Aspen School District
  • Aurora Public Schools
  • Boulder Valley School District
  • Cañon City School District
  • Charter School Institute
  • Clear Creek School District
  • Delta County School District
  • Denver Public Schools
  • Dolores RE-4A
  • Douglas County School District
  • Durango School District
  • East Grand 2
  • Englewood Schools
  • Estes Park School District
  • Falcon School District 49
  • Fort Morgan School District
  • Greeley Evans District 6
  • Harrison School District 2
  • Jeffco Public Schools
  • Lake County School District
  • Manitou Springs
  • Mesa D51
  • Poudre School District
  • Pueblo City 60
  • School District 27J
  • Thompson School District
  • Weld County District 8
  • Weld County RE5J
  • Westminster Public Schools
  • Widefield School District 3
  • Windsor RE-4
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