My Brother's Keeper Program at Santa Fe Gives High Schoolers a Taste of College Life
GAINESVILLE- More than 100 students registered for the event that gave African American male high school seniors a chance to experience a day of college classes.
The support program paired each high school student with a current Santa Fe student.
Student participants from Alachua and Bradford county were given financial aid and application advice in hopes that they return to a college campus as a student.
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