Radnor High School


Our scholars attend Radnor High School, a high performing, acadmically rigorous school that ranks amongst the best in the country. The teachers are highly qualified, and the students are supported by a community commited to education. Radnor High School also offers students a wide range of athletics and other extra-curricular activities.

Students who graduate from Radnor High School are armed with the tools they will need to successfully complete a degree program at the college or university of their choice

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How to Apply

Eligibility

In order to be eligible to apply for the A Better Chance program, students must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States who identify themselves as people of color and must be in grades 5 through 10. Students who are selected typically meet additional criteria.

Additional criteria:

  • Perform at or above grade level in Mathematics and English
  • Have an overall academic average of B+ or better
  • Rank in the top ten percent of their class
  • Participate in extracurricular activities both within and outside of school
  • Demonstrate leadership potential either in school or in their communities
  • Receive good recommendations from their teachers
  • Are of upstanding character

Application and Selection

Each year in January, Radnor ABC receives applications of prospective students from the National organization. Our student selection committee carefully reviews these applications and invites students and parents for a visit. This visit gives students and their families the opportunity to see our house, meet our staff, and visit Radnor High School before being asked to make a commitment to the program.

To apply to Radnor ABC, you must plan in advance. The first part of the application is due in October for the following school year. All prospective scholars must apply through the National organization. Please visit the National website to apply or to learn more about the process. Students or parents specifically interested in the Radnor program can also e-mail Radnor ABC for more information