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Every Child Deserves The Resources To Be Successful

Who We Are (COVID-19 Isn't stopping us)

Mile High 360 is a comprehensive, wrap-around services program providing students from high-poverty communities with after-school, weekend and summer access to essential out-of-school resources in three core areas: Academics, Health & Wellness, and Life Skills. Mile High 360 programming complements school-based learning by providing and organizing local and regional resources to address a child’s social, emotional, and academic needs with structured support in the following areas:

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Academic Assistance: Study skills support, tutoring, literacy enrichment, SAT prep, college visits, academic advising, and an array of college preparation support

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Health & Wellness Programs: Mental health support, drug and alcohol education, human development classes, squash or cycling coaching, and nutritional instruction

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Life Skills Experiences: Community service, a mentor program, summer travel, a speaker series, financial health classes, internships, resume building, and job support

13-Year Commitment: 6th Grade Through Age 24

Grades 6 to 8 Representation

Grades 6-8: (500 hours of programming per year for each student) 36 weeks of after-school programming during the school year. 9 hours of programming per week during the school year results in 325 hours of support per student. Students participate in five weeks of formal summer programming. Summer programming is 7 hours per day and totals 175 hours of additional programming.

Grades 9 to 11 Representation

Grades 9-11: (412.5 hours of programming per year for each student) 36 weeks of after-school programming during the school year. 9 hours of programming per week during the school year results in 325 hours of support per student. Students participate in five weeks of formal summer programming. Summer programming is 3.5 hours per day and totals 87.5 hours of additional programming.

Grade 12 Representation

Grades 12: (296 hours of programming per year for each student) 36 weeks of after-school programming during the school year. 6 hours of programming per week during the school year results in 216 hours of support per student. Students participate in two weeks of pre-collegiate programming. Summer programming is 40 hours per week of additional programming, for a total of 80 hours.

Post Secondary Years 1-4 Representation

Post-Secondary Years 1-4: (150 hours of programming per year for each student) Each student participates in 100 hours of formal programming during the school year and then participates in another 50 hours of informal programming.

Professional Years 1-2  Representation

Professional Years 1-2: (50 hours of programming per year for each student) Each student participates in three Life-Skills Sessions: financial health, networking, and job support.

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Meet Our Students

JENNY, age 12: Jenny Ruano is a 7th grade student at West Leadership Academy. She is in her second year with the Mile High 360. Jenny earned a 4.0 GPA her first year at West Leadership and participated in Front Rangers Junior Cycling Team during the fall of 2019.She earned a full-ride scholarship from the Cheley Foundation to attend a four-week summer campership at Clearwater Camp for Girls in Wisconsin. Jenny aspires to become a brain surgeon.

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Upcoming Event

Mizuna Dinner

Join us for a Mile High 360 dining experience! Enjoy a five-course meal of inspired French cuisine with Chef Frank Bonanno leading the charge! Cocktail hour begins at 5:30pm with dinner to follow.

Monday, March 2, 2020
5:30pm–10:00pm
225 East 7th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203

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The Latest News

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March 24, 2020
Mile High 360's Springtime Update
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March 20, 2020
MH360 updates its programming to handle Coronavirus
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March 11, 2020
Staying Healthy While Dealing With Coronavirus 
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