Fiscal accountability and program evaluation are core values of Philadelphia Futures. By measuring and sharing our results, we are transparent in all that we do.
of the SAS Class of 2020 graduated from high school
high school students participating from 27 Philadelphia high schools
of the Class of 2020 were accepted to college and 99% matriculated
of the College Connection Class of 2020 graduated from high school
high school students participating from 22 Philadelphia high schools
of the Class of 2020 was accepted to college and 100% matriculated
College Success Services
of the class of 2019 were employed full-time or enrolled in graduate school by December 2019
million in institutional aid received by Philadelphia Futures students
of our collegians attend partner colleges
of the class of 2019 returned to college for sophomore year
students earned college degrees in 2018
projected college graduation rate for the Class of 2016
copies of the Step Up to College Guide were distributed to 112 public, public charter, and parochial high schools, 54 libraries, and 88 community-based organizations and government offices throughout Philadelphia.
Our overall college graduation rate of 70% is trending upward, and beats the national college graduation rate for all students. A phenomenal 90% of the Class of 2017 are still enrolled in college.
According to a Pell Institute study of students who first enrolled in fall 2003, only 11% of low-income, first-generation college students earned a college degree within six years of enrolling in school, compared to about 55% of their more advantaged peers who were not low-income or first-generation students. Philadelphia Futures students outperform all of those metrics.
College Success Program
in sponsorship funds, book allowances, and other financial incentives were distributed to over 305 Philadelphia Futures collegians.
White-Williams Scholars Incentive Awards
in White-Williams Scholars Incentive Awards were given to 198 high school students participating in the Sponsor-A-Scholar and College Connection programs in recognition of their superior academic performance and commendable character.
The Charles E. Ellis Trust for Girls
in grants were made to 265 girls attending public and public charter high schools to fund academic and personal development programs and school-related needs. 85 enrichment grants funded personal computers and associated technology training.
in grants for tuition assistance were made to 101 girls attending independent high schools.
in grants for tuition assistance were made to 219 girls attending parochial high schools.