NativityMiguel’s commitment to its students and their families extend beyond graduation from 8th grade. Graduate support services formally begin in 7th grade and continue at least through high school graduation. These services include:
Helping our students and their families select a high school that best meets the needs of the student and then assisting them with application, registration, and admissions, including applying for scholarships and financial aid;
Maintaining contact with the students and families throughout high school, monitoring academic progress and, in collaboration with the high school, providing help and access to resources that will support the students’ academic and other needs;
Providing graduates with opportunities to stay connected with our school and each other;
The POLARIS Fund, provides the tuition assistance families need to bridge the gap between the financial aid provided by a private high school and what the family can afford to pay.
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