Around the House by Kaylene, Regis Jesuit High School, Class of 2018

Junior year is a big year. There is the ACT, the SAT, becoming more serious about which college to attend, grades, friends, scholarships and so much more. Looking at all of this is a bit intimidating, but luckily, opportunities have been given to me to help prepare me for my junior year. Earlier in the […]

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Academy News by Alexis, Aurora Central Class of 2019

I was chosen to be a Boys Hope Girls Hope Scholar in December, 2015. As a scholar, I have been exposed to a bunch of new challenges. One of those challenges was our summer journalism course. The focus for our summer project was for each scholar to find and interview a member of the Aurora […]

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Mentor Match of the Month: Anette & Stephanie, Aurora Central High School, Class of 2018

Stephanie I have been with BHGH for 2 years Junior What is it like being a mentee? Being a mentee is like being a student, in a way. You learn about being an adult, and more life lessons from your mentor. It’s like being a student who is learning about life instead of math and […]

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Collegian Corner by Maribel, Colorado Mesa University, Class of 2020

I just graduated from Aurora Central High School in May and in August I will be attending Colorado Mesa University. In July, I went to CMU with Andy, a fellow Academy graduate and soon to be CMU student, and Elle, our program manager. We took our trip to complete our orientation, take placement tests, and interview […]

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Mentor Match of the Month: Julia & Eddy, Regis Jesuit Class of 2020

Name: Eddy I am a mentee How long have you been involved with BHGH? 2 years Grade: I am going to be a freshman. What is it like being a mentee? It is a different and interesting experience, such as getting a different view on subjects and getting to experience things that I have never […]

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Academy News by Akolda, Aurora Central High School, Class of 2018

My summer so far with the Boys Hope Girls Hope summer program has been wonderful, with new experiences and lots of educational opportunities as well. In the beginning of the program the rest of my fellow scholars and I met Mike Lally. Mr. Lally took a tremendous amount of time out of his day to […]

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Collegian Corner by Luis, University of Northern Colorado, Class of 2019

As summer is midway through,  one can’t help but think that even though we just got out of school, we prepare to go back. So far my summer has been composed of working, volunteering, and a very successful trip to St. Louis, MO. To begin my summer, once I finished my freshmen year at University […]

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Around the House by Tayaundra, Liberty Middle School, Class of 2017

I’m Tayaundra and I just moved into the Girls Hope home. I will be attending 8th grade at Liberty Middle School in the fall. It has been a big change for me, but not as nearly as big as it could be, because my older sister is already living in the house and showing me […]

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Mentor Match of the Month: Conor and Adan, Regis Jesuit High School, Class of 2017

Mentor Match of the Month: Conor and Adan, Regis Jesuit High School, Class of 2017

Name: Adan How long have you been involved with BHGH? 6 years Grade (if applicable): I am going to be a senior. What is it like being a mentee? It is nice to be a mentee. It is a rewarding and fun experience. I first got my mentor when I was a middle schooler at […]

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Around the House by Victor, Regis Jesuit High School, Class of 2017

Around the House by Victor, Regis Jesuit High School, Class of 2017

I enjoy Boys Hope, because it simultaneously gives me the ability to be more independent of my parents without necessarily being completely alone. I also enjoy the fact that there is something here for everyone. But, for me, Boys Hope wasn’t always the safe place it is now. When I first came in to the […]

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