College Signing Day is an opportunity to celebrate students committing to pursue their educational goals. Here at Let’s Get Ready, we want to champion, support and celebrate our Transition students that have selected their new home away from home. Coming off #GradWeek2021, we are excited to usher in the next crop of students beginning their college journey.
Congratulations to Ariadna, who will be heading to Dartmouth this fall!
Ariadna is a student at KIPP NYC College Prep, participated in LGR’s Manhattan NYU Summer Access program and is now finishing up LGR’s Transition Program. Special thanks to Transition Coach Megan for supporting Ariadna this school year.
Congratulations are in order for Saniya! The Long Island City High School graduate will be attending SUNY Stony Brook this September.
Thank you to Zone 126 and Transition Coach Kasey for all the support along the way!
Congratulations to Mahdi! The DeWitt Clinton High School graduate will be headed off to Columbia University this fall.
ahdi completed LGR’s Virtual Access program and had great support from Transition Coach Madeira this year as he navigated the college process.
Kayla, a Josiah Quincy Upper School senior and LGR Boston Access alum, got into all of the wonderful schools featured on the image to the left and will be headed to UMass Amherst for college.
Thank you to Transition Coach Eunice for all the near-peer mentoring in helping another LGR student realize their college dreams!
Another KIPP NYC College Prep graduate from this year’s Class of 2021, Kathrin will be headed north, taking her talents to Harvard this August.
Please join us in thanking the Virtual Access team and Transition Coach Megan for their teamwork and support.
Former Boston Access student and Weston High School graduate, Alton, will be attending Xavier University this upcoming school year!
A thank you goes to Transition Coach Madeira once again for a job well done guiding our great students to the colleges of their choice.
Congratulations to Georgina! The Brockton High School graduate – go Boxers! – will be attending Harvard this fall!
Thank you to Georgina’s near-peer mentor this school year, Transition Coach Eunice for all the mentoring and support culminating in this great accomplishment!
Luke, a Carver High School of Engineering and Science grad who attended the LGR Access program at Temple University will be taking his talents to the University of Pittsburgh this year.
Transition Coach Cindy has been a tremendous support helping this come to fruition during a challenging school year.
Transition Coach Madeira certainly had a busy year; please join us in congratulating another one of her students, Tyler, who will be attending the United States Air Force Academy this upcoming fall. Tyler graduated from Lynn English High School with the Class of 2021.
Join us in congratulating Tyler and Madeira for a productive school year that has resulted in this great achievement!
Congratulations to John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science and LGR Boston Access alum, Sofia on selecting UMass Amherst as her next home this fall.
A special thank you to Transition Coach Eunice for being a great near-peer mentor this year too!
A graduate of Somerville High School and LGR’s Somerville Access program, Ruth will be leaving Somerville this fall for Bucknell University.
A big thank you goes to Ruth’s Transition Coach Shubhecchha for all the support and guidance this past school year culminating in this event.
Congratulations to Kailyn! The Upper Darby High – and Upper Darby College Access program – alumna will be heading off to the real HU, Hampton University.
LGR would like to thank Kailyn’s Transition Coach Cindy for all the near-peer mentoring this year and wish Kailyn the very best at a pretty awesome HBCU!
Clementina will be looking to double major in Psychology and Theatre Arts at Colgate University this fall!
We are very proud of the Class of 2021 Beacon High School graduate and we are sure Clementina’s Transition Coach, Sarah, is as well. Congratulations!
SUNY Albany take care of our Angie please!
The New Rochelle High School graduate will be taking her talents upstate this fall and we join Transition Coach Daniela in being very proud of this achievement. Best of luck Angie!