Our school has made it a priority to serve all of our student communities. We have expanded our IB program each of the last five years in our mission to make our school "IB for All," and the proof is in the results. This year our graduating students of color have been accepted into: Howard, Georgetown, Dickinson, Spelman, Bowdoin, Grinnell, UMBC, Morehouse, Wake Forest and Temple among others. None of this is a coincidence. Our teachers and administration spend countless hours mentoring our students and establishing relationships to help our students meet the challenges set for them. In addition, we have a full-time college advising office dedicated to making sure our families are prepared for the college process. This is exceedingly important when our student population is over 60 percent Free and Reduced Meals (FARMS) eligible, many of whom will be first generation college attendees.