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Individuals who are students, school dropouts or graduates of a particular level within the formal education system or who have needs and interests based on their exceptional intellectual abilities or the level and type of education they have received.

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Thru: Hillside

Eligibility:
Creekside: Ages 5-21 with intellectual disability and severe mental health challenges. O'Conner: Grades 9-12.
e-START: Grades 9-12 who are average or above-average intelligence but have emotional challenges.
Languages:
Spanish
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Creekside School

41 O’Connor Road
Fairport, NY

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Monroe #1 BOCES

2000 Lehigh Station Road
Henrietta, NY

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O’Connor Academy

25 O’Connor Road
Fairport, NY

College/University Students

Thru: Monroe Community College

Eligibility:
Children 8 weeks-5 years old. Summer: up to 11 years old.
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Monroe Community College

1000 East Henrietta Road
Rochester, NY

Hours:
M-F 7:00AM-5:30PM.

Thru: U-haul

Eligibility:
Must be a new customer and college student.

U-Haul

2727 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ

Hours:
Varies.

Elementary School Students

Thru: Coordinated Care Services Inc.

Eligibility:
Must be a current School No. 17 student.
Languages:
Spanish
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Enrico Fermi School #17

158 Orchard Street
Rochester, NY

Hours:
M-F 7:30AM-2:00PM.

High School Dropouts

Thru: Urban League of Rochester New York

Eligibility:
YouthBuild: high school dropouts, 18-24 years.
Navigator: out-of-school youth ages 17-24.
Project Steps to Success: 18-24 years old who have been involved in the justice system.
Project BEAM: 25+ years old who have been released from prison or jail within the last 180 days or who are currently under supervision (confined in a correctional facility with a release date within six months, residing in a residential reentry center, on electronic monitoring or home based monitoring, or enrolled in a jail-based work release center).
Second Chance: young fathers ages 16-24 who have criminal involvement including probation, parole, incarceration or active CPS case.
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Urban League of Rochester New York

265 North Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY

Hours:
Some evening and weekend activities.

High School Students

Thru: In Control

Eligibility:
Students in grades 7 to 12 in the city of Rochester.
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In Control

550 E Main Street
Rochester, NY

Hours:
Doors open at 7:30AM.

Thru: The Arc Wayne

Eligibility:
Call for information.
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Step-to-Work

150 Van Buren Street
Newark, NY

Middle School Students

Thru: In Control

Eligibility:
Students in grades 7 to 12 in the city of Rochester.
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In Control

550 E Main Street
Rochester, NY

Hours:
Doors open at 7:30AM.

Minority Students

Thru: Board of Cooperative Educational Services Monroe #1

Eligibility:
Must be a resident of the City of Rochester. Must be in grades K-8.
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Board of Cooperative Educational Services Monroe #1

41 O'Connor Road
Fairport, NY

Hours:
M-F 8:30AM-4:30PM.

Students With Disabilities

Thru: Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES

Eligibility:
Grades K-12 and adults. Special education: ages 5-21 years. Literacy programs: ages 21 years and older. Varies for adult programs.
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Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES Regional Support Center

131 Drumlin Court
Eisenhower Building
Newark, NY

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