1426 N Quincy St
Arlington, VA 22207
703-228-6000
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Minority Achievement

Office of Minority Achievement

Department of Instruction
Evelyn Syphax Academic Center @ Sequoia Plaza
2110 Washington Boulevard, 2nd Floor
Arlington, VA 22204

703-228-6152

 
Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor
Sharon Goode, Administrative Assistant
 
 
Collage of facesThe Office of Minority Achievement is dedicated to helping students to discover and utilize resources that will help them progress toward their personal goals. This department works to create an equitable, hospitable, appreciative, safe, and inclusive environment for students, families, and staff members, resulting in openness, inclusiveness, respect, and appreciation for diversity of thought, values, cultures, learning styles, perceptions, and actions.
 

Philosophy and Goals

It is the goal of the Office of Minority Achievement to assist students, families and schools in the attainment of academic excellence by:
 
  • matching and monitoring students’ involvement with pre-existing, as well as, self-initiated educational and/or culturally enriching opportunities.
  • teaching parents and students to navigate the system so that educational goals are realistic and attainable.
  • encouraging students to take challenging courses throughout their academic careers.
  • helping to ensure that students have equal access to all academic programs.
  • encouraging students to discover and utilize resources that will help them progress towards their personal goals.
  • teaching parents and students to become positive and effective self-advocates.
  • exposing students to the rigors and expectations of the next level of education.
  • providing teachers with direct support and strategies for working with families of a diverse student population.

Third Annual Color of Leadership Conference: A Male Perspective

Theme: "The Choice is Yours!"
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Wakefield High School
1325 S. Dinwiddie Street
Arlington, 22206
8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Cost: $10 (no personal checks accepted)
Middle school boys who attend Gunston, Jefferson, Kenmore, Swanson, Williamsburg, and HB Woodlawn may attend this conference. Transportation, breakfast, and lunch will be provided. For more information, see the attached flier and registration form.
Sponsored by the Office of Minority Achievement, Student Services, and Edu-Futuro.
 
 

*Click the Student Resources link for workshop and scholarship opportunities.

Last Modified on March 4, 2014