Founded in 2003, Adopt A Class (AAC) is a non-profit organization with a vision of a Greater Cincinnati where all students have access to caring adults who expose them to a breadth of life and career experiences so they can unleash their full potential.
Adopt A Class’ mission connects businesses and civic groups with students in our economically challenged schools.
Adopt A Class mentors, called adopters, engage with their adopted classes through monthly visits, educational activities, pen-palling and field trips, empowering them to unleash their full potential. Currently, more than 150 business and community groups are serving over 6,000 students in Greater Cincinnati.
AAC serves students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade in 32 schools across Greater Cincinnati. Schools participating in the AAC program have higher levels of poverty where majority of students participate in free lunch programs—where our help is needed most.
On average, 92% of the students we serve are eligible for free or reduced meals. Adopt A Class currently serves students Cincinnati Public Schools, Catholic Inner-City Schools, Lockland Local Schools, Princeton City Schools, Norwood City Schools, Newport Independent Schools and Covington Independent Schools. Learn more about the schools that we serve.
To access our 2018 Annual Report, please click here.
Senior Program Manager, Cintas Corporation