Three Part Component
Research has shown that if a student has a strong cultural identity, it improves their confidence and self-efficacy. Students are immersed in activities and curriculum that relates to their own racial identities to create a community of self love.
Our School-based curriculum includes field trips to historical buildings, and monuments and activities that are used school-wide to teach acceptance of all cultures.
Critical Thinking Ethnic History Course
Usually in the form of an elective course, lunch program or virtual class
College of Students of Color Mentor Program
College students and business professionals of color visit program
School and community development with peer-to-peer mentoring
Gifted and Talented
SCDEP's Homeschooling Ethnic History Virtual Class is designed for Gifted students of color that is composed of a bundle of engaging, interactive academic sessions and resources. This course prepares scholars for advanced-level classes through higher-level critical thinking skills. Ethnic history content includes Black/ African, Latino, Native/Indigenous, Asian and Pacific Islander history. Sign up anytime of the year!