Forsyth Tech Program Helps Prepare Low-Income Students for College

A program to prepare under-served students for college has partnered with Forsyth Tech to advance its mission to end the cycle of poverty.
“College Lift” places students from low-income families into intensive, hands-on math, science, and language arts courses on campus, starting in sixth grade right up through high school.
Creator Logan Philon started the program after seeing in a 2015 Harvard Study that Winston-Salem was one of the hardest places in the nation to escape poverty if you’re born into it.

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