Hispanic students represent only 16% of undergraduate students nationwide — a trend that the LSF is working to reverse through its multigenerational education program. Children as young as four join its academic support initiative, engaging in one-on-one Saturday morning tutoring sessions, complete with breakfast, free books, and individualized support in English and math. When they enter high school, a year-round mentoring program along with after-school and summer college prep programs help each student prepare for the transition to post-secondary education and a healthy adulthood. ESL and computer literacy classes for parents run concurrently with the tutoring program — providing the entire family with educational opportunities in one location. LSF serves over 700 individuals each year; 100% of students graduate from high school and enroll in post-secondary education. Now that's a statistic we can all get behind.