AGU RELC partners with existing public and/or charter schools to identify the eligible students to extend a 4-year AGU scholarship. Selected students attend one local school together but will board within our RELC in all remaining hours. After the RELC culture and expectations have been established, students may return home on the weekends and/or holidays. They will also be able to participate in school activities as a traditional student would.

We function as a residential family resource for young men who who want a better future but may lack support and/or resources. Our home serves the following three demographics; evenly balanced across high-risk, medium risk, or no risk to ensure the greatest outcomes for each young person. Our residential component is significant because it allows us an opportunity to create a positive peer-to-peer learning environment much like college, focus on proper nutrition, and create a subculture of success based upon their goals.

Our community gives scholars the opportunity to live in a 4-year residential scholarship program where they receive guidance in 4 key areas: Social Emotional Learning, Diversity Inclusion, Financial Literacy, and Academic Navigation. The community is built to provide the following services: comprehensive wraparound support, extensive academic support, mentorship, in-depth workforce development, and a positive learning environment.




Students/Caretakers fill out our expression of interest form. After our team has looked over your form we will contact you for an interview to ensure our home can service your needs. *Our primary requirement is that the student wants to be apart of the home.*


After interest interviews, we will decide if we have the resources and support to meet the needs of the interested student. Upon acceptance, we slowly integrate you into the family. 


Lastly, the students move into the home where their goals & dreams are cultivated. Over the next 3-4 years, the students will become College Ready, Career Ready, and Life Ready.



  • Be a male student entering the 9th or 10th grade for Fall 2020

  • Have the phone number of your current school available

  • Student completes 5 short essay questions - Why are you interested in the AGreaterU?  What makes you happy/sad? What motivates you? What discourages you?

  • Parent/Guardian completes 1 short essay question - What do you hope your son will gain from participating in AGreaterU?

  • Be able to answer basic health-related questions about the student applying




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