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TeenSHARP, the college preparatory program for underserved teens of color who strive to be Successful, High-Achieving and Reaching Potential (SHARP) opened its regional headquarters in Wilmington this week.
Located in the Community Education Building, Delaware Public Media reports the new HQ will provide space for about 300 students who will participate in college prep programs, including College Access Ambassador Training. TeenSHARP Delaware’s first graduating class in June 2017 had nine students, all of whom were accepted to college.
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