GRAAFICS

 Intervention. Operations. Training. Development.  

educational Services


The ‘E’ is Key Program

E is Key is short for “Education is the key to the door of success”. The goal of the ‘E is Key’ program is to address student’s entry level ‘at-risk’ behaviors by incorporating ‘Real-Time’ life skills activities and programs into their day-to-day school activities. Designed by students and staff, ‘E is Key’ activities and programs additionally challenging students holding them accountable for achieving certain success milestones that will immediately benefit them.


E is Key programs consist of:

Mock Trials (in real court rooms)

Internships, Volunteering, Attending College Tours,

Attending College Career Fairs, Speaking At Other

High Schools, Attending Mock Interview Trainings,

Shadowing A Senior Executive At Work For A Day, etc.

Since its arrival and within our first year;


Goal:

To increase student’s level of educational

outlook by decreasing interruptions due to

poor balances of social relationships and educational

focus.


Who will benefit?

Schools that currently experience the challenges of managing day-to-day educational due to unmanageable social interactions.


The GRAAFICS ‘E is Key’ Program is immediately responsible for significant impacts across the board:  


Staff Impact:

  • Establishing respect and building stronger relationships between school’s staffs and students,
  • Establishing respect and building more effective relationships between school’s faculty and administration.
  • Building and maintaining solid relationships between GRAAFICS staffs and school’s faculty and administration.   


Student Impact:

  • 25 ‘At-Risk’ high school gang members ‘safely’ denouncing their gangs
  • 355 ‘At-Risk’ and failing high school students being promoted to the next grade
  • 42 ‘At-Risk’ high school students obtaining employment
  • 15 ‘At-Risk’ high school student graduating and going to college
  • 62 ‘At-Risk’ high school students successfully graduating


Parent Impact:

  • Earning the trust of parents in which enabled them to not only partner with our program, but to also look to ‘E is Key’ for guidance and solutions.
  • Convincing parents to accept greater responsibilities and to hold themselves accountable for their children, Parent-Teacher relationships and overall interest in quality education.