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Equipping bright, motivated youth with support to succeed at college and beyond

Our focus
Inspired, driven, smart, talented students
These are the qualities of a student on their way to an exceptional future. A high-quality education is the key to unlocking their full potential. For first generation students, students of color, and low-income students, the educational system presents challenges. These students, despite being high achievers, remain underrepresented at top colleges in the US. As part of the Schuler Program, students and their families gain a dedicated support team and resources-free of charge-throughout all four years of high school and beyond. As a result, our Scholars succeed at highly selective colleges and universities where they receive extensive financial support, cultivate connections with faculty and alumni, and land career-launching jobs upon graduation.
Our scholars are future leaders

Schuler has partnered with 1,400 Scholars and their families since 2001. Today, 94 percent of our Scholars complete an undergraduate degree at a highly selective college or university in six years. Alumni Scholars are becoming the leaders of the future. They are doctors, Fulbright Scholars, aeronautical engineers, and teachers. They are improving the quality of life for not only themselves, but the lives of their families and communities. We are proud to help unlock that potential.

Joanna Renedo
Scholar

“I’m very excited to get into the healthcare industry and be a voice for my community. I don’t have access to healthcare unless I make an appointment. I want to change that.”

Sophomore Scholar wants to change healthcare for her community
College Ambassador Muhlenberg
Scholar

“We are constantly asked to think about what we can do to help our students and what are the challenges that are ahead of us,”

Investing in College Scholars Expands
Cal Poly Screening
Alumni

"We need to find ways to fix and implement changes to address undocumented immigration."

Changing the narrative of what it means to be an undocumented immigrant in America