Mile High 360 is a comprehensive, wrap-around services program designed to provide students from low-income communities with after-school, weekend and summer access to essential out-of-school resources in three core areas. We serve students from 6th grade to age 24, offering programming that 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:
In short, our mission is to ensure socioeconomic status does not define a child’s future.
When you, sign-up to play in the 2020 Tee It Up For College Golf Tournament or show your support with a donation, you will change the life of a Mile High 360 student by providing resources and opportunities in academics, health & wellness and life skills.
Sponsors 5 MH360 students to attend either 5 or 8 week-long outward bound, summer leadership camps for 2021.
Covers 450 hours of academic, health & wellness and life skills programming for one student for a year.
Sends 6 students to an overnight, recreational summer camp for 2 weeks.
Affords 2 students the opportunity to participate in a cross-country bike ride with Overland Bike Tours.
Gives 10 high school seniors the opportunity to do an overnight visit to colleges.
Provides a bicycle, helmet and riding gear for a Mile High 360 student – introducing them to the fun and independence cycling offers.
Supplies books and other learning materials for 1 college-prep course for a class of 40 students.
Supports 5 hours of financial aid and scholarship assistance and guidance for post-secondary students.