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Help A Kid Learn by Giving Him A Calculator
$711 raised
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Ended Sep 10, 2014
Can you spare $5? $10? How about $20? Loyola High School in Detroit is in need of 25 TI-Nspire CX calculators to help students in their science and math classes. We currently have a couple of calculators the students share and pass around during class.

Loyola High School in Detroit is in need of 25 TI-Nspire CX calculators to help students in their science and math classes. We currently have a couple of calculators the students share and pass around during class.

Who are we? Loyola High School in Detroit, Michigan was founded in 1993 by the Jesuits and the Archdiocese of Detroit. Our mission is to nurture a culture of hope and success for young men challenged by an urban environment. We have 150 students in grades 9-12, and over 65% of them come from homes at or below the poverty level. Despite their challenging environment, each year 100% of our graduating seniors are accepted into two or four-year college programs. To learn more about us, click the button on the picture above and watch our video.

Our hope is to furnish one class with graphing calculators along with the instructional materials to go with them. The calculators would be shared by students in both our science and math classes. We ask you to consider a donation and support our efforts to purchase 25 TI-Nspire CX calculators for Loyola High School students, which will help us continue to be successful with young men in the city of Detroit.

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