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Average GPA for classes of 2015-2018: 3.34
Average Oliver Scholar family income: $48,000 a year
The Oliver Scholars Program prepares extraordinary African-American and Latino students for success at top independent high schools and prestigious colleges. We provide crucial support for our Scholars so that they can realize their full potential and ultimately give back to the city, the nation, and the world.
Oliver Scholars completed 7,415 hours of community service in 2013-2014
100% of the class of 2014 matriculated into college. 32% enrolled in Ivy League institutions
 
 
 
 
Please join us on May 20th for a fabulous evening to support our Scholars.
 
Honoring:
Nina Garcia, Creative Director ~ Marie Claire
Sheena Wright ’85, President  & CEO ~ United Way of New York City
Tanya Wright ’86, Actress ~ True Blood ~ Orange is the New Black
 
The IAC Building
555 West 18th Street
New York, N.Y.
 
6:30 PM
 
 

       

News & Updates

Apr27

Oliver Scholars Visits the MoMA!

Check out what Leslie Rankow from Leslie Rankow Fine Arts Ltd. has to say about the Scholars' visit to the Museum of Modern Art during our annual Spring Forward.

 

Mar26

Oliver Scholars "Spring Forward"

While most American students think of spring break as a time to relax, Oliver is bustling with activity as Scholars from boarding and day schools gather for events around the city as part of Oliver's annual "Spring Forward!" week.

Mar11

School Leaders Debate "What Works in Education?"

 Independent and Charter School Leaders Debate "What Works In Education?" at Oliver Event

Mar6

David Brooks on the Value of Education

On an individual level, getting more skills is the single best thing you can do to improve your wages. The economic rewards to education are at historic highs. Americans with a four-year college degree make 98 percent more per hour than people without one.

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