GRAD Cincinnati Programs
GRAD Mathematics uses a variety of innovative tools to teach math principles and skills to students starting in kindergarten. The program’s goal is to prepare them for algebra by the time they are in eighth grade.
Research-based Reading and Writing provides support and maximizes learning opportunities for both students and teachers by utilizing the district’s adopted reading and writing curriculum. GRAD Cincinnati academic coaches support teachers in their improvement efforts.
Our Resource Coordinators run Community Learning Centers that utilize social services and parent involvement activities to help students and their families solve problems that distract the student from learning.
Our College Counselors encourage, guide, and support students to make sure no one falls through the cracks in their pursuit of college.
Summer Institutes also expose our high school students to college campuses over two summers. Up to $1500 in scholarships will be awarded to a student who maintains a 93% attendance rate, has a minimum 2.7 grade average, completes the formal scholarship application process, and meets other program requirements. (The GRAD Scholarship is only available to Western Hills University High School and Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School students)