Student Leadership Network

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The Young Women’s Leadership Schools

Student Leadership Network

A 501(c)(3) organization that supports programs to help urban youth break the cycle of poverty through college readiness and college access.

YWCP is a proud affiliate of the Student Leadership Network, a 501(c)(3) organization that supports programs to help urban youth break the cycle of poverty through college readiness and college access. Today, Student Leadership Network (formerly known as Young Women’s Leadership Network) impacts more than 2,400 students at our five all-girls public schools in New York City and nearly 8,000 at our 15 national Young Women’s Leadership Network affiliates. Moreover, the success of our girls’ schools has inspired dozens of single-sex schools to open nationwide.

The Young Women’s Leadership Schools (TYWLS) are public secondary schools for grades 6–12 that promote high-quality student learning opportunities in and out of the classroom. Our schools provide a single-sex educational choice for students from predominately low-income communities who are often the first generation in their families to attend college. Students are admitted based on their interest in and commitment to obtaining a single-sex college preparatory education. TYWLS are open to girls of all academic abilities.

Student Leadership Network supports two life-changing programs that empower students to break the cycle of poverty through education.

Visit https://www.studentleadershipnetwork.org/ for more information about the The Young Women’s Leadership Schools.

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Young Women's College Prep School
  • 133 Hoover Drive, Rochester, NY, 14615
  • (585) 254-0320
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On Friday, 12 lucky YWCP seniors were able to attend part of the National Women's Hall of Fame's annual induction weekend events in Senecal Falls, the birthplace of the Women's Rights Movement.A "Conversations with Great Women" panel was hosted by WHAM's Ginny Ryan at Myderse Academy and featured several members of the Hall's Class of 2022 inductees, including former Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi, former U.S. Army General Rebecca Halstead, and the daughters of former NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson. Prior to the trip to Seneca Falls, the students visited Monroe Community College for a campus tour and even ran into a few YWCP alumnae!Read more about the Seneca Falls event here: https://rochesterfirst.com/hidden-history/womens-history/… ... See MoreSee Less
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Important Notice for YWCP Families:Asynchronous Learning 9/27 - 9/30

Greetings YWCP Parents and Guardians,

This message is to notify you that in accordance with New York State Education Department guidelines regarding health and safety, and to ensure there is no lapse in instruction, we must implement asynchronous learning for the remainder of the week.  This means that students will learn and complete assignments at their own pace remotely.

Students will NOT be attending in-person learning tomorrow, Tuesday, September 27th through this Friday, September 30th. Please have your YWCP student check their school email and our YWCP website for more information.

Students are NOT to report to school and ARE expected to:

  • Login to Google Classroom starting Tuesday for each class and complete all work.  Assignments will be posted daily.
  • Email teachers with any questions or concerns.
  • Check Google Classroom daily.

Please be reminded that students should check their email for more information from their teachers.

We will continue our normal in-person learning on Monday, October 3rd. Thank you for your continued support.  Stay safe and healthy.

Dr. Owens, Principal