Bridge the Gap College Prep held its annual fundraising event, Vines & Vision Together We Rise Gala on March 11. The Marin City-centric non-profit provides academic, social, and emotional support to Marin City students in grades K-12, with the goal that every student completes high school and graduates from college. Read More at Marin Magazine
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Two free learning hubs have opened for Marin high school students who need a break from distance learning or help with technology.
Hundreds of demonstrators marched in Marin City on Tuesday to protest police brutality and racism in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death during an arrest in Minneapolis.
Marin City’s community resilience is being tested by the coronavirus crisis. The COVID-19 virus has killed proportionally more African-American and Latino men and women than people who are white.
The Sausalito Marin City School District and Willow Creek Academy charter school in Sausalito have reached a settlement that clears the way toward unifying the district’s two schools, officials on both sides.
Bridge the Gap College Prep is proud to be part of the support network that is helping Marin City families and wants to give a special shout-out to Paul Austin for his frontline leadership in the community.
State Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Friday announced a historic settlement with the Sausalito Marin City School District that will lead to desegregation within five years.. https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-09-21/desegregation-order-sausalito-marin-county Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s Press Release New York Times article SF Chronicle article Marin Independent Journal article
Marin City-based program builds a pathway to college for Marin City youth, with 100% high school graduation and college enrollment rate for the 7th year in a row