You see your students’ brilliance and also understand the deep systemic barriers that often derail their education. Together, we can ensure your students earn their high school diploma with the certainty that it will not be their last, and with the continued support to realize their highest postsecondary aspirations.
OneGoal partners with schools in the Bay Area, Chicago, Houston, Massachusetts, Metro Atlanta and New York. Ready to nominate a teacher at your school? Fill out a Program Director nomination form and our team will be in touch.
We collaborate directly with school leaders to:
As your Fellows take the OneGoal class as juniors and then seniors, OneGoal will:
While Fellows are in their first year of college, OneGoal continues to partner with school leaders to:
Within our current communities, our school partners are critical to our success. If OneGoal is already in your community and you’d like to learn more about becoming a OneGoal Partner school, please write us at email@example.com. Ready to nominate a teacher at your school? Fill out a Program Director nomination form and one of our Directors of School Partnerships will be in touch.
We know college success, you know your city: working together, we form a powerful combination for systemic change in local markets nationwide. When considering new expansion areas, we look for:
We evaluate current regional college access and success programs, college enrollment and graduation rates, and data about the higher education landscape.
We research the talent pipeline, data access, and principal autonomy in the region.
We identify viable community partnerships, financial investment, and the ability of the district to offset costs of the program.
To learn more about what we look for in our regions, or to inquire about bringing OneGoal to your region, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“OneGoal is one of the most beneficial partners a high school can have. They have one focus: getting our students into college, making sure once they get there they feel great about where they are, that they are supported, and that they can succeed. As a school principal it’s essential to have a partner that has that one focus and can help us think about it.”