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Say Yes Syracuse

Say Yes supports students (and their families) on the path to high school graduation — with a goal of their being prepared for a post-secondary education, and able to afford its expense.

Say Yes Story - Kae'chauna Sinclair

"Pursue your interest and your dreams; the stars are not the limit, the sky is not the limit… you set your own limit."

Natalia's Say Yes Story

"When challenges arise, and when people tell you to give up or try something else: if you want to follow your dreams, you'll always find a way."

Say Yes Student Spotlight | Hunter Kusak

"Say Yes is one of the best programs I have been introduced too. Without Say Yes I would not have gone to, or been able to attend college."

Say Yes Success: Joe and Eli

Say Yes provides a renowned freedom of choice for the students it represents, including Joe and Eli, who were both able to have diverse, fulfilling experiences in higher education.

My Say Yes Story: Will Schofield-Broadbent

Will is currently studying Conservation Biology at SUNY ESF. Check out his story!

Scholarships

Say Yes Syracuse provides scholarships to eligible graduates of Syracuse City School District to receive full-tuition scholarships to a range of nearly 100 public and private college and university partners.

Now accepting applications!

Supports

Surround supports offered by partners of Say Yes Syracuse address the barriers that could prevent Syracuse City School District students from succeeding in school.

Impact

Our cross governance and strategic partnerships continue to positively impact Syracuse City School District students.

News

All the latest on Say Yes Syracuse in the news.

Events & Workshops

Information on events and workshops hosted by Say Yes Syracuse and our partners near you.

Contact Us

Are you inspired by the goals and approach of Say Yes or have questions about scholarships? We invite you to subscribe to our mailing list, set an appointment, or reach out to and learn more about how you can get involved.

Ahmeed Turner, Executive Director

Dana Lyons, Manager, Post-Secondary Scholarship Access and Completion