Dayton — The second class of high school students accepted into the College Promise program will meet their mentors for the first time tonight during the second annual College Promise celebration at Wright State University’s Nutter Center.
The $22.8 million program supports the college education of students from Montgomery County schools who come from low-income families.
Students selected for the program are assigned an adult professional mentor who meets with them weekly throughout their four years of high school. After these students graduate high school and meet college entrance requirements, they will be awarded scholarships that allow them to attend college at little or no cost.
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