Boston Globe: Achieve helps low-income Boston students reach high performing high schools, college
Students excel through Achieve Program Achieve helps low-income Boston students reach high performing high schools, college By Julian E.J. Sorapuru Globe Staff,Updated November 4, 2022, 7:00 a.m. Reginald Toussaint, executive director of Achieve, offers some direction to students participating in a study group during Saturday programming at The Noble and Greenough School. The students are part of the […]
Meet the 2020 CCG Courage Award recipient
To attend Northeastern University on well deserved scholarship The sun was not up yet, but already Daunte P. was running. The high school senior was running seven miles with the rest of the boys at the Ron Burton Training Village (RBTV) in Hubbardston, Mass. This summer day in 2019 was like every other day for […]
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CCG Award winner granted full scholarship
Through his hard work and perseverance, 2018 CCG Courage Award winner granted full scholarship from Bentley University In 2018, a young man named Martin received the Courage Award from the Corey C. Griffin Foundation at the Boston Winter Ball. Now, we’re excited to share that due to his own hard work, Martin has received a […]
Going back to school!
Principal Lisa Warshafsky talks about partnering with the Corey C. Griffin Foundation The Corey C. Griffin Foundation has been honored to partner with Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy (SJP2CA) to provide scholarships and help support different education initiatives at the school. With the school year starting, we spoke with SJP2CA Principal Lisa Warshafsky about […]
Partner in the Field
From: Publication: CCS Report Card, Summer 2017 Last month, the Campaign for Catholic Schools (CCS) and Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy (SJPIICA) were honored to host the Corey C. Griffin Charitable Foundation (CCGCF) for a school visit to meet the talented students of the Corey’s Kids scholarship program. In the past three years, the CCCGF […]