Success Program
Meadowbrook High School

What's going on?

On Saturday, May 10th, 18 Success Program students visited the Microsoft headquarters to install newly purchased software on the donated computers they have recently refurbished. Students also had the opportunity to create their own computer "code" and learn about the many opportunities in the technology field.

"I would like to thank the students from Meadowbrook High School for volunteering at this year's Virginia Victory have made your school and community proud....Meadowbrook students are awesome!"
-Virginia Victory Games Director(Closing Ceremonies)

The Success Program students would like to thank Alan and Hilina Zimm for sharing their personal experiences during the Jewish Holocaust. The presentation has made a lasting impression on the Success students and faculty. 

"..thank you so much for visiting our school today...your story has changed my life forever...I will never forget you.."
-Success Program 9th grader 

34 Success Program students volunteered on Saturday, March 9th, 2013 to assist disabled athletes at the Virginia Victory Games.
You did a fantastic job!!!!!!

Success Program 9th graders were rewarded for academic achievement by attending a field trip to Holiday Bowling followed by lunch at Ci Ci's Pizza

The Success Program welcomes Susan Tom, who was featured in the the HBO Documentary "My Flesh and Blood".

Success Program 9th graders joined Cisco Programming students as part of the VA Star Program. The students visited Forest Park High School in Prince William County. Students will be given the task of refurbishing donated computers and donating them to elementary children in our community who don't have computers.

Success Program students were given an introduction to basic computer componets

Students were taught how to deconstruct computer hardware

As part of the Success Program's character education curriculum, Thomas Cannon Jr. (son of the late "Poor Man's Philanthropist" Thomas Cannon Sr) visited our students earlier this year.

United States Olympian, Kellie Wells, visited the Success Program to share her inspiring story of overcoming insurmountable adversity. Thank you Kellie!

Pictured above is former Meadowbrook student, Brandian Ross, of the Oakland Raiders. During his visit to the Success Program he discussed how respect, integrity and compassion for others are major components of his life.

Brandian Ross practices what he preaches! Brandian Ross and members of the Oakland Raiders visit the Oakland Children's Hospital

During our X-Out Homelessness Campaign, Success Program 9th graders attended a presentation by area homeless who receive services through the Richmond Daily Planet.  Success students also purchased and donated clothing and toiletries to the Daily Planet.

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