Although HEAF in-person activities remain on ‘pause’ due to the pandemic, we are pleased that a full on-line virtual Summer Quest program will run July 6 through July 31. For more information, click “Summer Quest” from the top menu. We expect to roll out our school year programming on September 29, 2020 and will provide more details about how that will run once we have direction from NY State, NYC, and the DOE. For a list of resources and support related to COVID-19, please click the button to the left.
Where College Is The Rule
We’re opening doors for New York City’s underserved youth.
HEAF provides an extended continuum of educational and youth development and leadership opportunities to high-potential, underserved students throughout the city. Our goal is to help students develop the intellectual curiosity, academic ability, social values, and personal resilience they need to ensure success in school, career, and life. We welcome you to learn more about HEAF!
College Decision Day
Every year, HEAF brings college access programs from across NYC together to celebrate hundreds of NYC’s most deserving high school
seniors as they announce their college decisions. This year, despite the circumstances, we couldn’t let the accomplishments of the class of 2020 slip by without a celebration. Nearly a dozen influential leaders and celebrities joined HEAF to recognize our high school seniors
virtually. Watch the replay below!
years changing the lives of young people
of our students graduate from high school and are accepted to 4-year colleges
of our students earn bachelor degrees
HEAF has a 31-year track record of delivering strong, permanent outcomes that exceed NYC and national averages:
* 100% of our students graduate high school on time—the 2019 average is 67% for African American students and 64% for Hispanic students in Harlem.
* Nearly 100% of our students enroll in four-year colleges immediately after graduating high school—in NYC 57% of students enroll in college or career programs within 6 months of graduation.
* 83% of our college students earn a bachelor’s degree within six years—nationally, the average is 37% for African American students and 42% for Hispanic students who are enrolled in private four-year colleges.
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Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2020
Class of 2020 College Commitments
College of Wooster
CUNY City College
CUNY College of Staten Island
CUNY Lehman College
Hostos Community College
Morgan State University
Rochester Institute of Technology
SUNY Binghamton University
SUNY New Paltz
University @ Albany
University of Pittsburgh
University of Rochester