Need to register on the new Say Yes Guilford Scholarship Platform? Find step-by-step instructions here.
Say Yes Guilford is proud to again offer our Free Virtual Tutoring Program to Guilford County Schools’ students. The tutoring is free and open to any GCS student in kindergarten through 5th grade. Parents can register online now at sayyesguilford.org. Tutoring begins September 20.
Guilford County Schools and Say Yes Guilford Partner to Bring more CTE Opportunities to Middle Schoolers
Exposing Guilford County Schools’ (GCS) middle school students to more possibilities when it comes to their future is the driving force behind several new initiatives from Say Yes Guilford (SYG) and GCS.
We’ve been working hard to lift up GCS students since 2015. Tell us how we’re doing!
High Point University and Say Yes Guilford are pleased to announce five Guilford County Schools seniors have been awarded full-tuition scholarships.
The GCS graduate and current UNC student shares her tips for getting into and choosing the best college for you.
Say Yes Guilford tutors spent more than 4000 hours working one-on-one with Guilford County Schools’ students over the 2020-21 school year in an effort to combat learning loss experienced by the COVID-19 pandemic. They served more than 200 students at 45 elementary and 13 middle schools. Additionally, GCS high schoolers earned more than 1400 service-learning hours tutoring younger students.
1190 Guilford County Schools’ graduates attended college in 2020-21 with Say Yes Guilford scholarship support, an impact of more than $8.5 million. The number represents students from every GCS high school graduating between 2016 and 2020.
Guilford County kids will learn basketball skills this summer and classroom skills next school year from A&T basketball players.
WFMY News 2 discussed Say Yes Guilford’s impact on students, families and the community on the Four 2 Five newscast.
Congratulations to the students and staff at James B. Dudley High School, winners of the 2021 Say Yes Guilford March Madness Championship. Dudley’s percentage of students registering for the scholarships topped Southern Guilford’s in the final week of competition.