Cafe promotes a Culture of High Expectations and emphasizes the importance of Post- Secondary Education for ALL students in our communities. In addition, Cafe empowers families and community with specific demographic, educational, and economic tools to achieve their dreams for a better future.
Café Con Leche allows parents to learn more about available education and career opportunities for their children in order to create a “Culture of Higher Education” at home.
Current data shows that when parents are involved students are more likely to graduate from high school and enter college. Let us help facilitate that involvement.
Provides parents the skills, knowledge, abilities, and understanding of the importance of preparing their children to finish high school and enter Post-Secondary education.
To effectively engage families in this very important conversation, Café Con Leche utilizes an inclusive, innovative approach that builds rapport, understands Latino family norms and is culturally relevant today.
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Cafe con leche is an AMAZING organization that I am very thankful to be a part of. I have seen it grow significantly and it has helped me in numerous of ways. Mr. Robles is an amazing person who has pushed me into doing my best and is someone who I look up to as a role model. This program has not only helped me but it has helped many of other individuals learn about post-secondary Education and has helped them do the things necessary to go to college. I am very grateful for this organization and hope to see it grow in our community even more!!
We just finished our 6 week class and it was an amazing venture. I learned so much about the process of colloge and how to get an early start to my children's future. We may only be in 5th grade as of now, but 12th is right around the corner. Thank you so much.
¡Excelente programa para los estudiantes!
Wonderful program! Cafe Con Leche The Road to College, promotes higher education at the middle school level. As a 6th grader it's encouraged to be in AP classes, have a good GPA and complete an interview. My son entered the program 6 weeks ago after completing the entry requirements and graduated with 20 other students earlier this week. He now will have a mentor though all years to continue growing him as an academic and leader. He's still my nerdo but has a confidence that is very pleasant ? if you're in the Wichita Falls area look up this program.