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Learn All About NH Promise Scholarship Program on OneWorld Video

The New Haven Promise Scholarship Program is unique to New Haven Public School Students.  The program has certain specific criteria that all qualifying students must meet.  Students start getting benefits from the first grade until the 12th grade, and must graduate from a NH Public High School.

On Sun 6/30/13, 7-8pm, on Comcast Channel 26, a 1-hr program explaining the details of and the criteria for NH Promise will air. For those without cable, you may click the link below to watch the entire program on OneWorld’s web site. http://www.oneworldpi.org/education/education_videos_V1.html

You may also visit the NH Promise web site linked here to learn more. We strongly encourage parents to learn all they can about this important program as early as is possible so that their children will get the maximum benefits to which they may be entitled. Please do NOT wait until high school. http://newhavenpromise.org/

Students: Speak to your guidance counselors and get accurate information in a timely manner; do everything possible to qualify for and benefit from a New Haven Promise Scholarship.   It is important to pay close attention to your studies and do well in school at every level, not just in high school.  Your foundation for doing well in middle school is established in elementary school.  You foundation for doing well in high school is established in middle school.  We enourage parents to get all of the facts about NH Promise early.  We wish you all great success in your academic career.  Education is the foundation for SUCCESS at every stage of life.

New Haven Promise

203-PROMISE (203-776-6473)
Para Español, llame a203-PROMESA (203-776-6372)
info@newhavenpromise.org

http://newhavenpromise.org/contact-promise/ 

Call 203-PROMISE (203-776-6473), fax Promise at (203) 785-0082, or email them at:

Promise staff listing:

Patricia Melton
Executive Director
Justin Harter
Digital Manager
Amy Ruiz
Data Coordinator
Ellie Stewart
Engagement Officer

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