For over four decades, Futures for Children has encouraged American Indian students to pass exams and pursue a post-secondary education. Unfortunately, the secondary school graduation rate for American Indian classmen is one of the lowermost in the country. The numbers can be overwhelming and staggering, but we believe that one-by-one we can change the lives of thousands of American Indian children.
Here, at Futures for Children, more than 95% of the understudies engaged with the Friendship/Mentorship Program complete senior secondary education, with many going onto a post-optional instruction. We are having some distinction and there is no chance for us to do it without your devotion to these pupils.