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2017 CLAS Schools of Distinctions and Banner Schools

State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Foley High School

#Success

School of Distinction AwardBaldwin County Schools

Principal, Mr. Russ Moore

Superintendent, Mr. Eddie Tyler

In the Fall of 2015, twenty- four freshmen were selected as part of Foley High School’s inaugural #Success program. These students were selected due to tremendous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that categorized them as being “highly at risk” of not graduating high school. Through the program, students were paired with a faculty mentor, a success coach, who coached them throughout their high school career. Students met with success coaches on alternating days to review grades, discipline, attendance, and most importantly, to discuss other issues the students were experiencing that could be barriers to academic success. Success coaches also built relationships with the students’ families and offered connections to family services in the community.  As success coaches advocated for the students, they taught students to self-advocate appropriately with teachers regarding grades. Twenty #Success students graduated in May 2019 giving the program a 91.6% success rate of graduating high-risk students. After graduation, #Success students pursued post-secondary education, industry-training programs, military, and working with local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry. Foley High School’s #Success program provided opportunities for the school’s most at-risk students to have intensive guidance and support from caring teachers which resulted in a higher graduation rate.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Foley High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

#Success

School of Distinction AwardBaldwin County Schools

Principal, Mr. Russ Moore

Superintendent, Mr. Eddie Tyler

In the Fall of 2015, twenty- four freshmen were selected as part of Foley High School’s inaugural #Success program. These students were selected due to tremendous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that categorized them as being “highly at risk” of not graduating high school. Through the program, students were paired with a faculty mentor, a success coach, who coached them throughout their high school career. Students met with success coaches on alternating days to review grades, discipline, attendance, and most importantly, to discuss other issues the students were experiencing that could be barriers to academic success. Success coaches also built relationships with the students’ families and offered connections to family services in the community.  As success coaches advocated for the students, they taught students to self-advocate appropriately with teachers regarding grades. Twenty #Success students graduated in May 2019 giving the program a 91.6% success rate of graduating high-risk students. After graduation, #Success students pursued post-secondary education, industry-training programs, military, and working with local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry. Foley High School’s #Success program provided opportunities for the school’s most at-risk students to have intensive guidance and support from caring teachers which resulted in a higher graduation rate.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Foley High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

#Success

School of Distinction AwardBaldwin County Schools

Principal, Mr. Russ Moore

Superintendent, Mr. Eddie Tyler

In the Fall of 2015, twenty- four freshmen were selected as part of Foley High School’s inaugural #Success program. These students were selected due to tremendous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that categorized them as being “highly at risk” of not graduating high school. Through the program, students were paired with a faculty mentor, a success coach, who coached them throughout their high school career. Students met with success coaches on alternating days to review grades, discipline, attendance, and most importantly, to discuss other issues the students were experiencing that could be barriers to academic success. Success coaches also built relationships with the students’ families and offered connections to family services in the community.  As success coaches advocated for the students, they taught students to self-advocate appropriately with teachers regarding grades. Twenty #Success students graduated in May 2019 giving the program a 91.6% success rate of graduating high-risk students. After graduation, #Success students pursued post-secondary education, industry-training programs, military, and working with local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry. Foley High School’s #Success program provided opportunities for the school’s most at-risk students to have intensive guidance and support from caring teachers which resulted in a higher graduation rate.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Foley High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

#Success

School of Distinction AwardBaldwin County Schools

Principal, Mr. Russ Moore

Superintendent, Mr. Eddie Tyler

In the Fall of 2015, twenty- four freshmen were selected as part of Foley High School’s inaugural #Success program. These students were selected due to tremendous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that categorized them as being “highly at risk” of not graduating high school. Through the program, students were paired with a faculty mentor, a success coach, who coached them throughout their high school career. Students met with success coaches on alternating days to review grades, discipline, attendance, and most importantly, to discuss other issues the students were experiencing that could be barriers to academic success. Success coaches also built relationships with the students’ families and offered connections to family services in the community.  As success coaches advocated for the students, they taught students to self-advocate appropriately with teachers regarding grades. Twenty #Success students graduated in May 2019 giving the program a 91.6% success rate of graduating high-risk students. After graduation, #Success students pursued post-secondary education, industry-training programs, military, and working with local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry. Foley High School’s #Success program provided opportunities for the school’s most at-risk students to have intensive guidance and support from caring teachers which resulted in a higher graduation rate.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Foley High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

#Success

School of Distinction AwardBaldwin County Schools

Principal, Mr. Russ Moore

Superintendent, Mr. Eddie Tyler

In the Fall of 2015, twenty- four freshmen were selected as part of Foley High School’s inaugural #Success program. These students were selected due to tremendous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that categorized them as being “highly at risk” of not graduating high school. Through the program, students were paired with a faculty mentor, a success coach, who coached them throughout their high school career. Students met with success coaches on alternating days to review grades, discipline, attendance, and most importantly, to discuss other issues the students were experiencing that could be barriers to academic success. Success coaches also built relationships with the students’ families and offered connections to family services in the community.  As success coaches advocated for the students, they taught students to self-advocate appropriately with teachers regarding grades. Twenty #Success students graduated in May 2019 giving the program a 91.6% success rate of graduating high-risk students. After graduation, #Success students pursued post-secondary education, industry-training programs, military, and working with local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry. Foley High School’s #Success program provided opportunities for the school’s most at-risk students to have intensive guidance and support from caring teachers which resulted in a higher graduation rate.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Foley High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

#Success

School of Distinction AwardBaldwin County Schools

Principal, Mr. Russ Moore

Superintendent, Mr. Eddie Tyler

In the Fall of 2015, twenty- four freshmen were selected as part of Foley High School’s inaugural #Success program. These students were selected due to tremendous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that categorized them as being “highly at risk” of not graduating high school. Through the program, students were paired with a faculty mentor, a success coach, who coached them throughout their high school career. Students met with success coaches on alternating days to review grades, discipline, attendance, and most importantly, to discuss other issues the students were experiencing that could be barriers to academic success. Success coaches also built relationships with the students’ families and offered connections to family services in the community.  As success coaches advocated for the students, they taught students to self-advocate appropriately with teachers regarding grades. Twenty #Success students graduated in May 2019 giving the program a 91.6% success rate of graduating high-risk students. After graduation, #Success students pursued post-secondary education, industry-training programs, military, and working with local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry. Foley High School’s #Success program provided opportunities for the school’s most at-risk students to have intensive guidance and support from caring teachers which resulted in a higher graduation rate.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Foley High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

#Success

School of Distinction AwardBaldwin County Schools

Principal, Mr. Russ Moore

Superintendent, Mr. Eddie Tyler

In the Fall of 2015, twenty- four freshmen were selected as part of Foley High School’s inaugural #Success program. These students were selected due to tremendous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that categorized them as being “highly at risk” of not graduating high school. Through the program, students were paired with a faculty mentor, a success coach, who coached them throughout their high school career. Students met with success coaches on alternating days to review grades, discipline, attendance, and most importantly, to discuss other issues the students were experiencing that could be barriers to academic success. Success coaches also built relationships with the students’ families and offered connections to family services in the community.  As success coaches advocated for the students, they taught students to self-advocate appropriately with teachers regarding grades. Twenty #Success students graduated in May 2019 giving the program a 91.6% success rate of graduating high-risk students. After graduation, #Success students pursued post-secondary education, industry-training programs, military, and working with local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry. Foley High School’s #Success program provided opportunities for the school’s most at-risk students to have intensive guidance and support from caring teachers which resulted in a higher graduation rate.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Foley High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

#Success

School of Distinction AwardBaldwin County Schools

Principal, Mr. Russ Moore

Superintendent, Mr. Eddie Tyler

In the Fall of 2015, twenty- four freshmen were selected as part of Foley High School’s inaugural #Success program. These students were selected due to tremendous adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) that categorized them as being “highly at risk” of not graduating high school. Through the program, students were paired with a faculty mentor, a success coach, who coached them throughout their high school career. Students met with success coaches on alternating days to review grades, discipline, attendance, and most importantly, to discuss other issues the students were experiencing that could be barriers to academic success. Success coaches also built relationships with the students’ families and offered connections to family services in the community.  As success coaches advocated for the students, they taught students to self-advocate appropriately with teachers regarding grades. Twenty #Success students graduated in May 2019 giving the program a 91.6% success rate of graduating high-risk students. After graduation, #Success students pursued post-secondary education, industry-training programs, military, and working with local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry. Foley High School’s #Success program provided opportunities for the school’s most at-risk students to have intensive guidance and support from caring teachers which resulted in a higher graduation rate.

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