“I want to take a picture of you, because when you get back, you won’t be the same person.”

Last fall, we interviewed some REACH students’ parents during a college prep workshop. The brief video embedded below includes some highlights of those interviews, along with a program overview from Director Laurel Anderson.

REACH (which stands for Resilience, Education, Adventure, Community and Health) works to prepare students for lives of purposeful action, continuous learning, and the courageous pursuit of opportunity.

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About Transition to Adulthood

REACH is an experiential education program for motivated high school students from California’s Santa Barbara County that prepares them to take control of their future. REACH (which stands for Resilience, Education, Adventure, Community and Health) works to prepare students for lives of purposeful action, continuous learning, and the courageous pursuit of opportunity. READ MORE

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