Supporting our 4th - 8th grade students through a time where leaps in learning happen as they prepare for high school.

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Scholars Program:
4th - 8th

  • Scholars Program after school meets on campus and runs from 3:00 to 6:00 daily.
  • Scholars Program one-on-one meets at the BTGCP center and runs 1 evening per week, on Mondays or Tuesdays, from 6:30 to 7:30pm.
  • Healthy food is served daily (and is the highlight of program for many!)

Be prepared, work hard, be kind! That’s our credo in the Scholars Program, which serves 4th-8th grade students. Led by our incredible teachers and supported by volunteer tutors, our programs will take place on campus at school for the 2021-22 year.  Through our partnership with the Marin City Sausalito Schools, we are able to deepen our understanding of individual student needs.

Our after school program will focus on academic skill building, homework support and enrichment. We help students begin to find their voice and develop self-advocacy skills, which are crucial aspects of social-emotional learning and academic success.

For those needing additional support and attention, we offer our Scholars 1:1 Program where students are paired with a volunteer tutor for weekly sessions throughout the school year. We believe in the immense power of human connection, and we believe, wholeheartedly, in the ability of our Scholars

I like Bridge the Gap because it’s really fun and we get to read and play games.
When I go to Bridge the Gap I get all the help I need, so I can go to school and actually understand the subject fully.
Always remember that Bridge the Gap is family. They will help you even if you’re in a bad place. It’s good to know Bridge the Gap is there and that they care for you.

Together we are making a difference

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of our 7th and 8th graders passed math in 2019, up from 73% in 2017.

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of our rising high school freshmen placed in algebra or above in June 2020. Placing into algebra or above sets students on a strong path to college preparedness.

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of our 7th and 8th graders passed language arts in 2019, up from 88% in 2017.