Kaitlyn S. - Success Story
In January 2010 I came to Gateway (now Connect to College) hoping to find the flexibility and support I needed to finish my diploma. As a new mom, high school just wasn't working for me. I knew I needed something else if I was ever going to graduate. My first semester in C2C, I received a "Shining Star"
Will B. - Success Story
In a way, I feel like C2C (Gateway at the time) found me. In the summer of 2010 I was hanging out in the Anderson public library, which is a great place to spend time when you're homeless (which I was, thanks to some really
Monika H. - Success Story
I graduated from T.L. Hanna High School (through the Gateway to College program, as it was known then) on December 16, 2010. It’s hard for me to imagine now that I had started the program only two years before, with just my 9th grade credits.
Brittany W. - Success Story
I graduated from Pendleton High School (through the Gateway to College program) on May 12, 2009. There were times when I wasn't sure I'd make it, but all the hard work paid off - I walked across that stage with a real
Savanah D. - Success Story
When I applied for the Gateway to College program in the spring of 2007, I was not only a high school dropout but a single mom with a minimum wage job. I knew that if I didn’t get an education, I had no hope of improving
Travis M. - Success Story
When I started Gateway (now Connect to College) in the summer of 2011, I was ready for a fresh start. I’d had a tough time in high school – too much drama at school, and too much pressure at home to help cover family