b'Program Performance and ResultsFor the Period of July 1, 2019June 30, 2020College Access Programs White-Williams Scholars Incentive AwardsSponsor-A-Scholar$23,150in White-Williams Scholars Incentive Awards were185high school students from 27Philadelphia public high made to 198high school students participating in the schools participated in the SAS Program. Sponsor-A-Scholar and College Connection Programs in100%of the SAS Class of 2020 graduated from high school.recognition of their superior academic performance. 99%of the Class of 2020 was accepted to college andOutreach Futures99%matriculated in fall 2020.99%of the Class of 2020 completed the Free Application for 42,000copies of the Step Up to College Guidewere distributed Student Federal Aid (FAFSA).to 112public, public charter, and parochial high schools, College Connection 54libraries, and 88community-based organizations and government oces throughout Philadelphia. 91high school students from 22Philadelphia public, public Outreach Futures oered workshops to 1,069students and charter, and parochial high schools participated in the College professional development seminars to 138student-serving Connection Program. professionals and educators. 100%of the College Connection Class of 2020 graduated fromhigh school.The Charles E. Ellis Trust for Girls 100%of the Class of 2020 was accepted to college and $668,307in grants were made to 265girls attending public 100%matriculated in fall 2020. and public charter high schools to fund academic and personal 100%of the Class of 2020 completed the Free Application fordevelopment programs and school-related needs. 85enrichmentStudent Federal Aid (FAFSA).grants funded personal computers and associated technologyCollege Success training. $392,776in opportunity funds, sponsorship funds, book $643,260in grants for tuition assistance were made to 101girls allowances, and other financial incentives were distributedattending independent high schools.to 305Philadelphia Futures collegians attending 55schools.$667,813in grants for tuition assistance were made to 219girls 99%of the High School Class of 2019 returned to college for their By December 2019, 90 %attending parochial high schools.sophomore year. A phenomenal 90%of the Class of 2017 are stillenrolled in college. 140of our collegians attended college on a partner scholarship,receiving $5.42million in institutional aid. 36students earneddegrees from partner colleges in 2020.62students earned degrees in 2020. The projected college graduation rate for the Class of 2016 is 80%.By December 2019, 90%of the Class of 2019 college graduates of the Class of 2019 college graduateswere employed full-time or enrolled in graduate school.were employed full-time or enrolled in graduate school.11'