Scholarships for low income students
At The Pearl, we believe education should be empowering, inclusive, and driven by student interests.
We serve students who have not been served well in traditional schools, including BIPOC, LGBTQ+ students, and students with disabilities. We are committed to using technology to remove educational barriers and provide a supportive environment for students with diverse learning styles and needs.
64% of our students are BIPOC; 64% are neurodivergent (nearly half have autism); and 36% are LGBTQ+.
In our course evaluations, students consistently report they feel safe, seen, and heard. Parents have shared that not only do they feel that their teens are receiving an exceptional education, they believe we have saved their child's life.
We know that our educational program is impactful. We need your help to scale up and make The Pearl available to more students. We also need to make sure we have scholarship funds available so we never need to turn a student away who feels we are the right school for them.
The Pearl Remote Democratic High School
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Individuals with Disabilities, Black & African American, Indigenous & Native American, LGBTQ+, Low-Income, Hispanic & Latinx
Address12345 LAKE CITY WAY NE 2168