Our coaches, Mentors, Teachers, and Parents work together in community to full-fill our Vision.
More than Lacrosse, our “Give It” goes beyond the sports field and into the classroom.
In 2014, we participated in the City of Charleston Friday Night Lights program. We quickly realized that just coaching on the field was simply not enough. We saw that a bigger impact than just playing lacrosse was needed in our community. After several years of discernment, we listened and we learned. As parents and coaches, we committed to creating our most important offering, Cusabo Scholars. In partnership with teachers, parents, mentors, coaches, and students we work together, to assist our Cusabo Scholars.
In 2016, Eric Strickland began the work of mentoring and tutoring after school at James Simons Elementary. Since then, the program has grown and developed into something that is quite special.
In 2017 we started CusaboScholars@CofC. Meet the 2017 Mentor Team led by our incredible site coordinator Joycee Darby, pictured above on our 1st day at the College of Charleston, October 2017.
In 2018, we expanded our offering and call Julian Mitchell Math and Science home for the 2018-19 school year.
The School of Education
The Honors College
The School of African American Studies
Trinity Worldwide Outreach Ministries
The Lowcountry Food Bank
Horizons at Ashley Hall
Impact 360 Charleston Summer Camp
Woodberry Forest Sports Camp