Mustang High School Freshman Qualifies For 2019 Miracle Mindset Young Scholars Fall Conference
(Mustang, Oklahoma – November 5, 2019) – Mustang Freshman, Amy Ha, was welcomed into the “Miracle Mindset Family” last week when her essay not only earned her way to attend the 2019 Miracle Mindset Young Scholars Fall Conference, but also ended up winning her a $750 Best Buy gift card.
The 2019 Miracle Mindset Young Scholars Conference was held on Friday, November 1, 2019 at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK. The conference seeks to strengthen and empower first-generation and/or low-income high school freshmen from across the state by welcoming them into the Miracle Mindset Family, which is a support network comprised of students, mentors, educators, and administrators that recognizes the gaps within existing educational resources, information, and opportunities and strives to create a more holistically equitable educational environment. The Miracle Mindset Young Scholars Conference covers issues relevant to first-generation and/or low-income high school freshmen of all racial/ethnic backgrounds and cultivates a space through programming and workshops where they can be empowered by their own identities and stories.
“Amy is an outstanding student,” said PreAP/English I Teacher, Cindy Fast. “I am very proud of [her]; it is an honor to have her in my class.” To quote Amy’s own words from her essay, “I strive to do my best academically to secure scholarships and be admitted into programs such as Miracle Mindset and eventually, Youth Leadership Exchange and High School Diplomats.” Amy has in interest in pursuing a career in Graphic design and illustration, and she added, “I have kept a college-bound mindset throughout middle school and will continue to [do so] for the next four years.”
About the 2019 Miracle Mindset Young Scholars Fall Conference
Miracle Mindset is an early outreach program that serves first-generation/low-income high school students from across the state. At Miracle Mindset, we strive to transform today’s dreams into tomorrow’s realities by eliminating the achievement gap and persistent disparity of educational resources, information, and opportunities among at-risk youth by providing them with the essential tools, infrastructure, and encouragement needed to unlock their dreams, unravel their full potential, and be successful in high school and beyond.
Our conference aims to unlock students’ dreams, unravel their potential, and provide them with the necessary infrastructure to be successful in high school and beyond. We are dedicated to transforming today’s dreams into tomorrow’s realities by equipping our Young Scholars with the tools for a successful college education to be a part of their future. Students will participate in small-group, individualized lessons on goal-setting, leadership, community/civic engagement, professional development, scholarship/financial resources, peer mentorship, an etiquette banquet, and so much more!
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About Mustang Public Schools
The Mustang Public School District covers 69 square miles in Oklahoma and Canadian counties with the City of Mustang at its center. The district is the largest employer in Canadian County, with more than 1,000 employees, including both support personnel and certified personnel. The school district offers a comprehensive compensation package for full-time employees, in addition to a satisfying working environment. There are nine elementary schools (grades PreK-4), three intermediate centers (grades 5-6), three middle schools (grades 7-8), one high school (grades 9-12) and an educational center which houses pre-kindergarten and alternative education.