Horizons of Kent and Queen Anne’s strives to help disadvantaged children take charge of their lives and realize their full potential. Our six-week summer learning program strengthens students' academic performance, builds their self-confidence and nurtures citizenship skills.
The Horizons educational model has been confirmed by recent research as the most effective approach to summer learning programs. The national results, as well as our own local findings, have increased students’ positive attitudes toward school and improved attendance and graduation rates.
We serve a diverse group of students with limited income. Students are chosen by their teachers and guidance counselors to participate in the Horizons summer program. Selected students show promising potential but face challenges caused by financial insecurity or stress at home.
“Every morning at Water Mission, we share a victory from the day before to celebrate. This letter was my victory today. I am touched by the words and hearts of our youth. May they know they are a blessing, …
CHESTERTOWN — Horizons of Kent and Queen Anne’s, a summer academic and cultural enrichment program for students with limited economic means, will participate in the nationwide Horizons Giving Day on Wednesday, May 17.
Giving Day proceeds will support Horizons’ critical …
In addition to traditional math and science, students participate in:
By supporting Horizons Giving Day, you’ll help at-risk kids see a brighter future ahead.
At Horizons, we believe all children–regardless of income–should have the same opportunity to realize their potential. But sadly, too many underprivileged children fail