Ninth grade is critical for student success. A variety of programs at GEAR UP schools help ninth graders with the academic and social transition to high school.


Find out how we supported educators, students and families in creating college-going cultures in 2018-19.


It was a busy summer! GEAR UP staff, educators and students learned new skills while attending conferences, workshops, camps and programs across the state.


What happens to students after they graduate from high school? Our latest survey results capture the motivations, challenges and helpful supports from the class of 2018.


Student clubs and organizations help participants explore and prepare for careers by providing opportunities for learning, leadership, and building positive relationships with peers and staff.


Marlene Williams, who recently finished graduate school at Grand Canyon University, credits her success to a supportive community.


Oregon GEAR UP schools are incorporating mindfulness activities into their classrooms, with benefits including improved focus, better behavior, and greater participation.


Mary Meier's path to and through college hasn't always been easy, but she's on her way to completing her B.A. with support from school staff and GEAR UP.


Each year, we gain insight on the successes, challenges and lessons learned via an independent evaluation of our GEAR UP program. Read the key findings from the latest report.


Shawn Franks knows firsthand the importance of making a plan for after high school and now helps students do the same as the GEAR UP Coordinator in Umatilla.