Collaborations make Project GRAD a success

During its eight years of service, Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula has been a major catalyst for improvement in seven rural, underserved Kenai Peninsula schools.  PGKP's collaboration with the school district and school communities has produced unquestionable progress in student achievement, self esteem and graduation rates.  Equally important are collaborations with corporations like American Seafoods Company who support nonprofit organizations in Alaska, with emphasis on rural areas throughout the state.  

PGKP thanks American Seafoods Company for their steadfast support of enhancing learning environments and helping students and their families understand that college is attainable.  American Seafoods Company is a valuable partner to Project GRAD, helping empower Kenai Peninsula youth on their journey to lifelong success and the success of our Kenai Peninsula communities. Thank You!


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