Project Success Overview
Project Success is an after-school program designed to help seventy five (75) Port Richmond High School students improve their attendance and academic performance. Our talented staff works with these students to help them develop the motivation, skills and confidence they need to successfully complete their high school education.
The 2005-06 school year represented our 2nd year at Port Richmond and we are proud of the many accomplishments that we achieved.
- Our Executive Youth Council did a great job creating the first Project Success youth developed newsletter, assisting with our first year book, planning the end of the year Recognition Ceremony and strategizing with the school’s administration.
While Project Success is for any Port Richmond student that wants to participate, the program is supported by Attendance Improvement Dropout Prevention (AIDP) funds. Therefore, we also target students who have between 27 and 75 days absent during the previous school year or have more than 15 days absent the previous semester.
If you know someone who is interested and could benefit from joining Project Success please contact the
Site Coordinator Dawn Rannie-White, LMSW.
Hours: 2pm to 6m
Telephone: (718) 273-3600 extension 1521 or (718) 947-4120
Mail: “Project Success” mail box in the main office