For the past several months, Hill Top Prep’s Employability and Transition class has been collecting new and gently worn dresses. Through their diligent work, they’ve brought in over 350 dresses to date. These dresses will now be sold to raise funds for the The Trevor Project, a nonprofit organization focused on suicide prevention efforts amongst LGBTQ+ youth.
The sale will be held on two separate weekends, February 26-27 and March 5-6, from 12:00-4:00 p.m, at Community Partnership School in Philadelphia. Short dresses will be on sale for $10, while long dresses will be $20.
For last-minute dress donations or questions, contact Ms. Phillips at email@example.com
About Hill Top Preparatory:
Hill Top Preparatory School provides life-changing experiences for bright and creative students who struggle to achieve academic and social success due to performance-based learning differences including ADHD, high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, specific learning disabilities, or anxiety. Through strong family-school collaboration Hill Top prepares students for future success in college, work, and life as independent adults. Hill Top Preparatory School is an accredited, nonprofit (501c3) institution.
About the Employability and Transition Program:
Hill Top’s Employability and Transition class is an elective, open to students beginning in tenth grade. It is designed to help students learn vital skills that will allow them to succeed in their postgraduate and workforce careers. It encourages students to think about potential career paths and provides training and practice in a variety of skills.
About Community Partnership School:
Community Partnership School is an independently operating PAIS accredited school that provides a well-rounded, affordable education while fostering a supportive network among students, school, family, and community. This partnership prepares our graduates to flourish in some of the highest performing middle schools and high schools in the region — academically, socially, and emotionally.
Community Partnership School was founded in 2006 through a philosophical partnership between Germantown Academy and Project H.O.M.E. to attend to the educational needs of children from an underserved North Central Philadelphia neighborhood characterized by high rates of poverty and low rates of graduation.