We help Cincinnati Public School students engage in extracurricular activities, offering the opportunity<br/> to build leadership, teamwork, responsibility and self-discipline that can help them succeed in life. 73% of the students in the Cincinnati Public School District<br/> are at or below the Federal Poverty Line and need our help. We started and continue an “Artist in Residence Program” that brings American Heritage Music<br/> to several CPS elementary and junior high schools through a grant from Robert Dinerman.

Our Children Need Your Help

Why is Activities Beyond The Classroom Needed?

Historically, culturally, and legally, public funding of extracurricular activities in Ohio is limited. Students have traditionally relied upon parental support in the form of cash donations, fundraisers, and transportation. For many students, this is not viable.

73% of the students in the Cincinnati Public School District are at or below the Federal Poverty Line. Children are left without the benefit of extracurricular activities.

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  • Clark
  • Gamble Highschool
  • Hughes Highschool
  • Oyler
  • Riverview East Highschool
  • Shroder Highschool
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  • Walnut Hills
  • Western Hills
  • Withrow
  • Woodward Highschool

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