Leading children into high school and the future

The high school graduation rate for homeless children in Florida and Maryland is below 25%.

Co-Founders, Naadiya Hutchinson and Diana Abarca, both graduated top of their class. They found highschool challenging at times but, they never doubted that they would be unable to finish and go to college. College is not for everyone, but high school is. A high school diploma is required for 65 percent of jobs. Charisma’s Crayons is focused on making sure all children end up with their high school diploma. Achieving this goal means that children must stay on track, through all stages of their academics, that is why we start off with elementary school.