School Based Programs
Latino Network believes a thriving community and a stable economy tomorrow depend upon investment in our youth and families today. Our school based programs for Latino youth and their families support academics, high school graduation, and college and career readiness.
Latino Network’s programs build on one another to introduce Latino/a youth to concepts of leadership, service, success, and positive cultural identity. We use proven, culturally responsive curricula from the National Council of La Raza. Together these programs grow student and parent leaders and promote a college-going culture.
100% of seniors in our Escalera college preparation program successfully graduated high school and enrolled in college or vocational programs last year!
Learn more About our school based programs for youth.
Conexiones (Grades 7 & 8)
This afterschool program establishes college aspirations and provides academic support, engaging community service projects, and cultural connections.
Ninth Grade Counts (Incoming 9th Grade)
Through a partnership with All Hands Raised, this four-week summer program supports students in their transition to high school while earning academic credit.
Escalera (Grades 11 & 12) Early Escalera (Grades 9 & 10)
These year-round college preparation programs empower students to overcome barriers, graduate high school, and enter college prepared to succeed.
Partnering with Families
Colegio de Padres
Latino Network knows students achieve more when their families feel empowered to support them. That’s why our family engagement programs provide parents with the skills and resources needed to be advocates for themselves and their children.
Mobile Lab helps families build computer literacy skills.
Schools Uniting Neighborhoods (SUN) Services
SUN Youth Sun Advocacy Services
Advocates support and engage youth and their families to foster academic success.
SUN Community Schools
Latino Network leverages area school sites to create neighborhood hubs with robust afterschool programming for youth, family engagement, and connections to vital social services.