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ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017


What a wonderful time to join the Breakthrough Atlanta family! In my early weeks as Executive Director, I’ve found myself constantly inspired, not only by the aspirations and accomplishments of our students and teaching fellows, but also by the dedication of our staff, advisory board members, partner schools, the Lovett community, volunteers, and donors. Breakthrough Atlanta is working to close the opportunity gap by launching highly motivated students from under-resourced communities on the path to college and building a strong pipeline of future teachers. We believe in the power of education to change young people’s lives radically, and we are passionate in our belief that every young person deserves access to an excellent education and the encouragement to succeed. Breakthrough Atlanta’s core six-year program model is an academically intense, year-round program that provides educational enrichment opportunities to metro Atlanta public school middle and high school students, while simultaneously offering a hands-on teaching internship experience to college students who will be the teachers of tomorrow. Breakthrough Atlanta’s long-serving model of students teaching students and teachers training teachers offers impressive benefits. The Breakthrough program puts relatable young adults at the head of the classroom to act as mentors to the students they serve, demonstrating that college is within reach, and it provides aspiring teachers with valuable classroom experience and thorough instruction by professional educators. It’s an honor to be a part of such a great organization and to serve Atlanta’s children with you. I’d like to thank my predecessor, Monica Rodgers, for laying the groundwork over her 10 years of service. And, thank you for the many ways you’ve supported Breakthrough Atlanta over our 22-year history and for your continued partnership.

Monique Shields Executive Director

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CONTENTS 1

Letter from the Executive Director

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Letter from the Advisory Board Chair

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Advisory Board & Staff

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Financials

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Fast Facts

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Why Breakthrough

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Our Programs

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Our Students

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Our Teaching Fellows

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Class of 2017 College Acceptances

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Fund-A-Scholar

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2017 Celebrity Basketball Game

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Donors

Dear Breakthrough Atlanta Community: As we move beyond our 20th anniversary, Breakthrough Atlanta continues to fulfill its dual mission of providing a path to college for middle school students from metro Atlanta’s public schools while also inspiring the next generation of teachers. In the summer of 2017, Breakthrough Atlanta had the wonderful privilege of serving 233 middle school students and 56 Teaching Fellows between our sites at The Lovett School and Atlanta Youth Academy. Our students thrived through a summer of a rigorous curriculum in math, science, social studies, and English. This year, through a partnership with the SunTrust Foundation, we also introduced a new STEM curriculum. We continue to see significant gains in every subject area through our post testing! The summer of 2017 saw 65 of our rising 9th graders in the Breakthrough Atlanta Leadership Academy, which ensures that the transition from middle school to high school is seamless. All of these support systems help our students reach their ultimate goal: college. We know that we would not exist to serve our purpose without the generosity of each and every one of our donors. We are so grateful for your support, and hope that you know that your support makes a difference in the lives of our students. There are so many who deserve special thanks and acknowledgment—the fabulous Breakthrough team (the engine behind our powerful mission!), our dedicated Advisory Board members, the many public school teachers and staff and other community partners, and our Breakthrough families for their commitment and support. We are so grateful to The Lovett School for hosting this life-changing program and our partners at the Atlanta Youth Academy for their incredible partnership. Breakthrough Atlanta is a tremendous organization that is truly transforming the lives of our students every day. It is my privilege and honor to be a part of this organization, and I encourage you to come out and visit the program over the summer so that you can see firsthand the difference we are making in these children’s lives. We applaud the courage, commitment, and motivation of our students, who teach and inspire us as they rise to the challenge every day, striving for excellence and pursuing their college goals.

With sincerest gratitude,

David Ghegan Advisory Board Chair

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ADVISORY BOARD & STAFF Advisory Board

David W. Ghegan (Chair) Pinney Allen Hilton Ball Timothy J. Barton Gil Benjamin Neysa Dillon Brown Kimberly Haynes Jeffrey Hines W. Barrett Howell II Russell Jolivet Stewart Lathan Jeff Neville William S. Peebles IV Mark C. Pope IV Nancy Brumley Robitaille Crystal Stephens Clara Traver

Emeritus Members Dameron Black III Daniel DuPree Ric R. Felker, Jr. Bill Henagan Dabney Hollis Economy Jackson Elizabeth Pearce Jimmy L. Williams

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Staff Monique Shields Executive Director Kristin Wyckoff Tidwell Director of College Prep Programs Jeremy Crane Program Director Rebecca Hernandez Program Assistant Trudy Nelson Program Coordinator Katie McDowell Director of Development Laura McHargue Development Coordinator


FINANCIALS Corporations $77,172

Net Investment Earnings $51,671 7%

4% 28%

Individuals $123,474

Events $256,926

11%

Foundations $313,831

Operating Revenues

Left To Raise

23%

27%

Lovett In-Kind Contributions $310,00

Fundraising & Marketing $84,350 Staff Expenses 8% $24,336 2% Office Expenses $129,945

Program Supplies and Bus Expenses $139,109

52%

48% 20th Anniversary Endowment Campaign $1,188,576

Raised

Admin & Other Fees $15,896 1%

12%

Expenses

63%

Salaries & Benefits $681,522

13%

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FAST FACTS

22

YEARS

Breakthrough Atlanta has been putting students on the path to college since 1996.

In the 2016-2017 school year Breakthrough Atlanta served over

508

500

middle and high school students, and gave

56

a hands-on teaching experience. 5

226

In the past five years, Breakthrough Atlanta has more than doubled the number of students it serves.

100% of Breakthrough Atlanta students graduate from high school, compared to the Atlanta Public Schools graduation rate of 77%.

95% of Breakthrough Atlanta students enroll in a college or university.


WHY BREAKTHROUGH Breakthrough Atlanta’s purpose is to reconcile the disparity between two unacceptable truths: 1. The gap in earnings between young adults who have a college degree and those who don’t is wider than ever.

2. There are long-standing and complex inequities which disproportionately prevent students of color and students from low-income communities from getting the resources and support they need to attend college at the same rate as their more affluent peers.

53.5% 82.4%

Most people need a college degree to succeed in today’s economy. College graduates earn more than twice as much as high school graduates.

82.4% of students from high income families will enroll in college, while only 53.5% of low income students do so.

76.3%

50% of all people from high-income families earn a bachelor’s degree by age 25, whereas only 10% of people from low-income families do.

These disparities are evident here in Atlanta, where 76.3% of Atlanta Public Schools students qualify for free or reduced lunch.

Breakthrough Atlanta is working to close the opportunity gap by addressing the complex network of factors that contribute to poor academic achievement among underserved students and students of color.

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OUR PROGRAMS We provide a six-year, tuition-free, year-round, academically rigorous study skills enrichment program that provides a pathway to college for Atlanta’s middle and high school students. Breakthrough Atlanta’s Summer Program provides rising 7th and 8th grade students with six weeks of academic instruction in math, science, language arts, and social studies. Through an engaging curriculum, students learn material for the upcoming school year and gain study skills that enable them to succeed throughout their academic careers. They are supported by small classes, an advisory system, and active parent involvement. Research indicates that most students from lower-income backgrounds lose about two months of learning over the summer. The rigorous academic acceleration of BTA’s summer session actually reverses summer slide, leading to intellectual growth rather than loss. Breakthrough’s School Year Program continues the investment in students’ educational success. Two Saturdays a month, students attend the School Year Program, which focuses on the academic subjects that are most challenging for them. Students receive enrichment in math and language arts skills, and get one-on-one assistance with their homework and related questions. Rising 9th grade students participate in Breakthrough Atlanta’s 9th Grade Program, which helps them transition successfully from middle school to high school. The program focuses on academic preparation in math and writing, social maturity, and setting and maintaining high expectations throughout high school.

Breakthrough Atlanta’s College Prep Program provides support for students as they navigate the path to college, including college prep seminars, SAT prep classes, community service/volunteer opportunities, and personal mentoring for our students. This program also provides students and families with guidance in all aspects of pre-college planning and the financial aid process to help them make informed decisions. Breakthrough Atlanta’s Teaching Fellows are academically talented college students from around the country, selected through a competitive application process. Under the guidance of experienced professional educators (Instructional Coaches), Teaching Fellows assume primary teaching responsibilities during the program. Because these interns are closer in age and experience, students can relate to them in a time when they are looking for role models. This intensive, hands-on teacher training experience creates a supply of diverse and talented future leaders for the education field

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OUR STUDENTS In the 2016-2017 program year, Breakthrough Atlanta served over 500 students from public middle schools and high schools across metro Atlanta. Breakthrough Atlanta students are ambitious young scholars who aspire to go to college but often attend under-resourced schools. Breakthrough Atlanta students and their families make a commitment to participate in the Breakthrough program for six years, from 6th grade through 12th grade. In the end, their dedication pays off: 100% of BTA students graduate from high school, and 95% go on to attend a college or university.

Student Demographics

Student School Districts

Student Gender

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OUR TEACHING FELLOWS Breakthrough Atlanta provides a hands-on teaching internship for students from colleges and universities across the country. Teaching Fellows assume the primary teaching responsibilities for the entire Summer Program under the guidance of professional mentor teachers; they receive over 100 hours of teaching and leadership training, including 75 hours of lead classroom experience. Breakthrough is proud to welcome a diverse group of Teaching Fellows from all academic majors and backgrounds to our classrooms each summer. Many teaching fellows go on to pursue successful careers in education.

15%

Of former Breakthrough students go on to serve as Teaching Fellows

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76%

84%

76% of Breakthrough Teaching Fellows go on to work in education

Teaching Fellows of Color


CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

Alabama A&M University Agnes Scott College Alabama A&M University (3) Alabama State University (2) Albany State University Adelphi University Auburn University Bard College Benedict College Bethune-Cookman University Birmingham-Southern College Boston University Brandeis University (2) Brenau University Brown University Centenary College of Louisiana Centre College Clark Atlanta University (2) Clayton State University Coastal Carolina University (2) Columbia University Columbus State University Dartmouth College Davidson College Eastern Kentucky University Eastern New Mexico University Emory University Florida Atlantic University Florida International University Florida Memorial University Florida State University Furman University Georgia Gwinnett College Georgia Institute of Technology (3)

Georgia Southern University Georgia State University (11) George Washington University Hampton University Hawaii Pacific University Hendrix College Howard University (3) Indiana University- Bloomington Johnson C. Smith University

Kennesaw State University (4) Livingstone College Louisiana State University Loyola Marymount University Loyola University Maryland (2) Mercer University (3) Millsaps College Morehouse College Nova Southeastern University Ohio State University Pace University Philander Smith University Piedmont College Reinhardt University Rhodes College Rollins College Seton Hall University

Breakthrough Atlanta students graduating in the class of 2017 were accepted to more than 80 colleges and earned $3.5 million in scholarships.

Sewanee, University of the South

Southern University Southwestern University Spelman College (5) Stillman College Syracuse University Tennessee State University Texas Southern University Trinity University Tuskegee University (3) UCLA University of Central Florida University of Florida University of Kentucky (2) University of Memphis University of North Texas University of Notre Dame University of Tennessee University of Tampa

Washington University in St. Louis

Wellesley College Xavier University Yale University

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FIRST ANNUAL FUND-A-SCHOLAR EVENING AT THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS As part of our 20th Anniversary celebration, Breakthrough Atlanta hosted the inaugural Fund-A-Scholar Evening at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. The event was a tremendous success, raising over $200,000 to support Breakthrough Atlanta’s life-changing programs.

2016 Fund-A-Scholar Co-Chairs Erin Cay Hilton Ball Fund-A-Scholar Committee Ashley Aiken Chanel Boveri Ryan Dunlap Ann Elsas Catherine Flynn Barb Ghegan Burch Hanson Catherine Jaxon Melissa Jernigan Jennifer Kellett Yamil Little Sally Mefford Greer Monin Katie Nalley Kim Nalley Shannon O’Donnell Mebane Pulliam Adrian Robinson Darby Sands Dina Schimpf Jenny Taubel Erin Yabroudy

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Thank you to our 2016 Fund-A-Scholar co-chairs Erin Cay and Hilton Ball and the 2016 Fund-A-Scholar Committee for all their hard work, and to our generous sponsors, patrons, and donors.

Thank you to our 2016 Fund-A-Scholar Sponsors: Presenting Sponsor $20,000

Summa Cum Laude Sponsor $15,000

Cum Laude Sponsors $5,000

In Kind Sponsor

Pinney Allen & Buddy Miller Hilton & Butler Ball Adrian & John Robinson


BTA CELEBRITY BASKETBALL GAME

Breakthrough Atlanta, in partnership with the National Basketball Retired Players Association (Atlanta Chapter), held the 3rd Annual Celebrity Basketball Game in May 20, 2017 at The Lovett School. The game, presented by Aaron’s, Inc., featured a friendly competition between Team Dale Ellis and Team Dikembe Mutombo, along with fellow NBA legends Jaylen Brown, Tom Gugliotta, Stephen Jackson, Theo Ratliff, Peerless Price, Dale Davis, Deandre (Mosquito) Bray, Joe Smith, Jamario Moon, and Drew Barry.

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OUR DONORS VALEDICTORIAN ($50,000 +) Aaron’s, Inc.* Anonymous Donor Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gearon, Jr.* The Goizueta Foundation Mrs. Fay Sheffield Howell* Mr. and Mrs. William B. Howell II* The Howell Fund, Inc.* Dr. and Mrs. Nevin S. Kreisler* Mr. and Mrs. John W. Robinson III* Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation** The Zeist Foundation, Inc. SALUTATORIAN ($25,000 - $49,999) Mr. and Mrs. Dan Robitaille* SunTrust Foundation** SUMMA CUM LAUDE ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Alexander Ms. Pinney L. Allen and Mr. Charles C. Miller III* Anonymous Donor* Arby’s Foundation Delta Air Lines Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Doty* The Mary Alice Fortin Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Foster* Mr. and Mrs. J. Rex Fuqua The Genet Family & Dade Paper Fund at The Miami Foundation** Genuine Parts Company* The Lanier Goodman Foundation* Mr. and Mrs. William F. Henagan* The Henagan Foundation* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Kirbo* The Thomas M. and Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Foundation* The Sartain Lanier Family Foundation, Inc. Merrill Lynch Next Generation Foundation Realan Foundation, Inc. O. Wayne Rollins Foundation SunTrust Bank Waffle House Foundation, Inc.

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CUM LAUDE ($5,000 - $9,999) Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Ball Chick-fil-A Foundation The Equifax Foundation John and Mary Franklin Foundation, Inc. Georgia-Pacific Foundation GPS Hospitality Holdco, LLC Drs. Sivan and Jeffrey Hines* Mr. and Mrs. David B. Kahn David & Jennifer Kahn Family Foundation, Inc. Louise Baxter King Charitable Foundation Lovett Parent Association Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. McMurtrie National Basketball Players Association Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Neville, Jr. Mrs. Molly Osborne Ms. Elizabeth Roe Pearce* Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peebles IV* Piece of Cake, Inc. Primus Capital Partners, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Shapiro DEAN’S LIST ($2,500 - $4,999) Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Aaronson Drs. Ashley H. and Andrew C. Aiken Mr. and Mrs. Willis M. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Barton Barton Executive Search, Inc. Mr. Gilbert M. Benjamin* Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Childress Mr. and Mrs. David W. Ghegan* Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Hines V Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hudepohl* Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jernigan Mr. Russell Jolivet Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Langsfeld Mr. and Mrs. Wade W. Mitchell James Starr Moore Memorial Foundation The National Christian Foundation Dikembe Mutombo Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Penny P. O’Callaghan Mr. Mark C. Pope III The Mark C. Pope III Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Pope IV* Primrose School of Five Forks* Publix Supermarkets Charities Gertrude and William C. Wardlaw Fund, Inc. HONOR ROLL ($1,000 - $2,499) Mr. and Mrs. James Allgood III Atlanta Center for Endodontics, P.C. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Bradbury, Jr. Mrs. Lucinda W. Bunnen Mr. Robert L. Bunnen Drs. David and Melanie Burns Mr. Caron Butler Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cay IV Mr. and Mrs. William B. Cornett Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Currey, Jr. Ms. Sallie Adams Daniel Mrs. Laura W. Deisley Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Dick Ms. Leslie Donnigan Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Drake Mr. and Mrs. F. Reed Dulany III Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Easterlin Mr. and Mrs. H. Alan Elsas Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Harrison Drs. Michael and Malauna Hogan Mr. and Mrs. John R. Holder Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Holder Ms. Deborah A. Holman and Mr. Scott D. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Brian K. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Edmund T. Hyland Mr. and Mrs. John H. Irby Mr. and Ms. Clayton F. Jackson Ms. Michele James Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kamerschen Kelin Foundation The Klump Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Lindsay Lubo Fund, Inc. Ms. Katharine M. McDowell Michaels Family Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Millard, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Monin Mr. R. Brand Morgan Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mori

National Financial Services LLC Norman Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Christian D. Olivier Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Pearce III Mr. and Mrs. David B. Plyler Mr. and Mrs. Bradley W. Pope Ms. Abigail Propst Mr. and Mrs. T. Cooper Pulliam Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick N. Reusch Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Rollins Round Hill Capital, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Steef Schelke Storey Foundation Inc. Troutman Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Kayle Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Watt III Mr. and Mrs. Chris E. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Williams CLASS LEADERS ($999 and under) Ms. Vinita A. Ahuja Ms. Alicia Alexander Mr. and Mrs. William B. Ansley Mr. and Mrs. Joel M. Babbit* Ms. Crystal L. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Baldwin Mrs. Angela M. Ballantyne Ms. Anne McCary Ballard Dr. Wiley Perry Ballard III Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Balser Ms. Allison Banks Ms. Angie Barrington-Jeter Mrs. Eleanor Barton Mr. and Mrs. William L. Beery III Mrs. June Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Boniface Mr. and Mrs. Craig Boomer Mrs. Tracy Bosley Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Boutté Dr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Boveri Mr. and Mrs. Remco Brok Mr. Walter C. Butler, Jr. Mr. Earl Camp Mrs. Rosalie Campbell Mr. James C. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Castellaw Mrs. Fabiola Charles


OUR DONORS CLASS LEADERS (continued) Mr. and Mrs. Dean Christians Mr. Mark J. Christopher Mr. and Mrs. Zack Cloud Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Coleman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Connell III Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Conrad, Jr. Mrs. Susan Copps* Mr. and Mrs. Keith O. Cowan Mr. and Mrs. John S. Creighton, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. James S. Davie Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Davies Mr. F. T. Davis Mr. Malcolm Davis Mr. Santa Diaz Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Diffley Mr. Alexander Y. Draper Mr. David A. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Dunlap II Ms. Barbara Jo Edmundson Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Edmundson Ms. and Mr. Chinwe Ejikeme Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Elsas Mr. and Ms. Brian Ericson Mr. and Mrs. Hays B. Evans Mr. James E. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Felker Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ferguson Mr. James M. Fite, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jonah A. Flynn Mrs. Cynthia S. Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. French, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Fricke Ms. Jessica Frisco Mr. and Mrs. William B. Fryer Ms. Molly Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gallagher Ms. Emily Gately Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Gerakitis Mr. and Mrs. Gregg I. Goldenberg Mrs. Carol L. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Goodsell Ms. LaWanda J. Graham Graphic Solutions Group, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Greene

Mr. K. Alan Greensmith Mr. John C. Hamilton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hanges Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Hardee Mr. Ryan A. Harms Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. Harper Ms. Stella Harris Mr. and Mrs. Quill O. Healey II Ms. Camilla K. Heard Mrs. Elizabeth C. Hines Mr. and Mrs. William K. Hohlstein, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Hooper Mr. Scott Horowitz Mr. Bill Ide Mr. and Mrs. D. Bailey Izard Mr. and Mrs. John Jamieson Mr. and Mrs. James J. Jaxon III Mr. Jamar Jeffers Mr. Aaron Jessie Ms. Laura Johnson Mrs. Yvonne Bryant Johnson Mr. and Mrs. William T. Kalen Mrs. Lara J. Kauffman and Mr. Shannon M. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kellett Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Kelso Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Keough Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kim Mr. and Mrs. David F. Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Koepke Mr. Kaseem Ladipo Ms. Stephanie T. Lane Ms. Torin Lankford Mr. Donald B. Lee III Ms. Ashe Lemon Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lester IV Ms. Jane B. Long Ms. Suzanne Luedtke Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Lynch III Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Malone, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Marshall, Jr. Mr. P.D. Marshall Mr. Atiba Mbiwan Mr. and Mrs. Julian McCamy II Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. McCartney Caroline McClain Ms. JuliAnne McDowell

Ms. Wendy McSweeney Mr. and Mrs. Taylor F. Mefford Ms. Anne Mellen Mr. David Meriwether, Jr.* Michaels Family Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Mitchell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wade T. Mitchell Mr. Roger W. Moister, Jr. Mrs. Dinah D. Moog Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Moore Mr. Lane B. Moore Mr. Charles Morris Mr. and Mrs. W. Hampton Morris Dr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Derrick D. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Clarence V. Nalley IV Mr. and Mrs. John S. Nalley, Sr. Dr. Carla Y. Neal-Haley and Dr. Leon L. Haley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Newton Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. North, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. Novellas Mr. and Mrs. Derek Odegard Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Nils H. Okeson Mr. and Mrs. David A. Payne Ms. April M. Perez Jerry G. Peterson Ramon Pizano, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. O. Miles Pollard III Ms. Michelle Pope Mr. Roger C. Press Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Prickett Mrs. Cam Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bachman Richards Ms. Kandice Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan K. Rief Mr. and Mrs. Bradley E. Roberts Mr. William T. Roberts, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. Geddings Roche III Ms. Monica L. Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Rollins Mr. Peter Rooney Salesforce Mr. and Mrs. J. Daley Sands III Mr. and Mrs. William B. Shearer III Mr. and Mrs. Wesley N. Slagle Mr. and Mrs. Charles U. Slick

Mr. Patrick G. Sonnett Ms. Karen Stancil Dr. and Mrs. John F. Stark Mr. and Mrs. Kevin A. Stephens* Mrs. Stacey P. Stevens Dr. Vivian S. Stocks Mr. and Mrs. D. Claiborne Stone Mr. and Mrs. Zachary Story* Mr. and Mrs. William L. Stribling V Mr. and Mrs. T. Sadler Stukes, Jr. Mr. Jerry Tatum, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Taubel Mr. and Mrs. J. Keith Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Thomas Ms. Wendy Thomas Ms. Robin Thomas-Tatum Mr. and Mrs. William D. Toomey Mr. Zachary Tracer Mrs. Clara Irwin Traver Mr. and Mrs. Wiley A. Tucker III Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ulrich Mr. and Mrs. Christian K. Ulrich Mr. and Mrs. Martin N. Underwood Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Urbanowicz Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Vickers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Wahl Mr. and Mrs. James C. Wallace III Ms. Darlene C. Walls Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Walter IV Ms. Stewart Lathan and Mr. Robert C. Watkins III Ms. Karen D. Wells-Smith Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. West Mr. and Mrs. J. Keith White Mr. and Mrs. Homer W. Whitman Mr. and Mrs. Will B. Williams III Mrs. Anne Hines Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Wilson III Mr. and Mrs. Ron Yabroudy * Endowment support ** Designated support

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We are Breakthrough Atlanta: We are the young people who make a difference, striving toward academic success and personal mastery. We participate fully in a six-year, year-round, academically intense, study-skills based enrichment program. We come with open minds, willing hearts, caring souls, and high expectations. We are people of humility, wisdom, nurturing, and forgiveness. We are Breakthrough Atlanta.

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