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Home / All in for Youth School Tour
This is a 15-minute self-guided tour, where you have the chance to hear from students and members of the community as they share their experiences being part of an All in for Youth school.
High school graduation is a critical milestone to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty and build a successful future.
In 2015, three programs supporting underserved Edmonton students collaborated to create a common vision: support vulnerable students to high school graduation through a wraparound approach.
From this, All in for Youth was established, which currently includes 10 community partners and is active in eight Edmonton schools. Each school offers services to meet students and families individualized emotional, physical and educational needs, including:
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