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On April 13, 2013 at St. Ursula Academy the R.A.I.S.E. Teen Diversity Summit Committee presented B.O.U.N.C.E. (Building*Opportunities*Unity*Cultual*Networking*Equality*) This event gave our local high school students an opportunity to discuss diversity, race relations, community issues, leadership development and personal responsibility.
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[dropcap]T[/dropcap]racy’s list of first, include graduating first in his class at The Summit Country Day School (Class of 2002); being the first African-American President of the Ohio Junior Classical League; and being First Class Marshall (President) of the Class of 2006 at Harvard College. He was a National Merit and Achievement Scholarship Finalist. He received
[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ince I walked across the bridge of educational opportunity provided by the Queen City Foundation I have never looked back. The Queen City Foundation opened up a New [pullquote_right] The Queen City Foundation opened up a New World to me[/pullquote_right]World to me and allowed for me to cultivate a sense of confidence. I wasn’t afraid to
[dropcap]Q[/dropcap]ueen City Foundation guided me through invaluable experiences at Bethany School and The Seven Hills School. I remain grateful for all of the lessons learned through their support, two of which have significantly shaped my value system. There is a school where one can reach his or her full potential—it just may not be close