Who Is

A QCF Student?

A minority (African  American or Hispanic ) student that attends a Queen City Foundation affiliated independent day or boarding school and/or

  • has attended the Independent School Fair or any Queen City Foundation public meeting leading up to or following the Fair,
  • made direct contact with a member of the Queen City Foundation Admission’s Team,
  • is a member of R.A.I.S.E. (Raising African American Awareness in a School and Social Environment)

A Queen City Foundation student must be in secondary schools (Grade 9 through 12 or PG), resides in the Southwest Ohio (including Dayton), Northern Kentucky, and/or Southeast Indiana areas.

School Testimonials

  • QCF provides an invaluable service in our community, pairing families who seek access to opportunities a school education can provide...

    Christopher P. Garten. Head of School – The Seven Hills School
  • QCF provides independent schools with a support system in our endeavors to identify qualified high school students.  

    Frances Romweber, Former Principal – St. Ursula Academy
  • QCF and  Summit Country Day  share a common goal, which is to bring young people reflective of our great and diverse city into our dynamic school.  

    Gerard M. Jellig, Former Head of School – Summit Country Day
  • Queen City Foundation connects Cincinnati's independant and private schools with talented minority students from across the city.  

    Dr. Robert P. Macrae, Head of School – Cincinnati Country Day School
  • QCF has been an enormous help to Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy in building a diverse community amongst its student body.  

    T. Randall Brunk, Head of School – Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy
  • Schools strive to provide an  education for our students, and we are thrilled that QCF students contribute to and benefit from that experience.  

    David Mueller, Principal – St. Xavier High School