Scholar Profiles

Janeseey Simon

The Steppingstone Academy ’10
Boston Trinity Academy ’16

“Steppingstone gives us reassurance that, ‘yes, the college process may be scary, but we’re here for you.’” Read more.

 

 

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College Success Academy, Class 4
Gardner Pilot Academy & Jackson/Mann K-8 School

“Now that we are Scholars, we are more focused on our work. We’ve started learning more, doing extra, and getting bonus points on everything. It’s educational and fun, and it helps us get good grades. Steppingstone pushes us to greatness!” Read more.

 

Trent Jones

The Steppingstone Academy ’06
Belmont Hill School Class of 2013
The George Washington University Class of 2017

“It’s hard to imagine my life now without Steppingstone. I hope the program will always remain an option for kids who want to change their futures. There are few organizations that have such a direct impact on their community.” Read more.

 

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The Steppingstone Academy ’08
The Winsor School Class of 2015
Harvard University Class of 2019

“Steppingstone changed my life course. I wouldn’t be at The Winsor School and applying to some of the top colleges in the country without the support I received from the program.” Read more.

 

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Simon Acevedo

The Steppingstone Academy ’12
Brimmer and May School Class of 2016

“A lot of students like me have big goals and big dreams and are motivated to accomplish them. But not everyone has the support and resources they need to turn their motivation into a college education. Steppingstone provides me with that support.” Read more.

 

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Marynee Pontes

The Steppingstone Academy ’05
Dana Hall School Class of 2012
Tufts University Class of 2016

“Steppingstone didn’t doubt for a second that I could thrive at the country’s most competitive colleges. They wanted to see me succeed and encouraged me to push myself.” Read more.

 

Aaliyana Abraham

College Success Academy, Class 2
Boston Latin Academy Class of 2020

“I learned to ask for help, and try again instead of just giving up.” Read more.