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Say Yes Guilford has approved a pathway that would allow Guilford County charter schools to seek inclusion in the Say Yes program.

Guilford County Schools’ students considering applying to a private college or university can meet with representatives from over 40 schools during a free reception and forum Sept. 13.

The John M. Belk Endowment, a private family foundation committed to building a stronger North Carolina, has granted $5.5 million to Say Yes Guilford.

Two members of the Guilford County Schools class of 2016 are joining Say Yes Guilford as guests at First Lady Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher “Beating the Odds” Summit on Tuesday.

The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded a $1 million grant to Say Yes Guilford to support educational wraparound and support services.

Greensboro has been selected as one of 22 US cities to receive $55,000 for the National College Access Network (NCAN) FAFSA Completion Challenge.

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