H2O, in partnership with the Hope High School community, strives to engage and empower students outside the classroom by creating a safe, nurturing environment that encourages and celebrates academic success, creativity, diversity and healthy living.
H2O, an acronym for Hope High Optimized, is an out-of-school time program funded through the 21st Century Community Learning Centers initiative. As a collaborative effort between Brown University, Hope High School and many other community partners, H2O provides Hope students and families expanded academic and enrichment activities before and after school, during school vacations and in the summer.
Tutoring, Hip Hop Dance, SAT Prep, RISD Art / Project Open Door, Debate, Yoga, Spoken Word, INK Literary Magazine, Cooking, Cosmetology, Math & Corporate Finance, ESTEEM mentorship, Theater, Investigations in Science, Newspaper, College Guidance Project, Jewelry Making, Tai Chi, Math Club, Karate, Photography, Robotics, Mural Painting, Step Dance, Tennis Club, Basketball Club, Soccer Club, and College Essay Writing.
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94 People | 376 Impacts | 2,272 Hours