The Rotary Club of Fremont is partnering with Fremont Ross High School again this year to provide a program called STRIVE for 19 high school seniors. STRIVE stands for Students Taking a Renewed Interest in the Value of Education. This year’s kick off was held on September 14.
 
The program goal is to help seniors identify and reach educational and career goals by providing the inspiration, knowledge, and tools they will need to succeed. Students participate in monthly meetings at the school, attend Rotary meetings, and receive support and information from Rotarians who serve as mentors. Participants are encouraged to improve their attendance, attitude, grades, and participation. Rotarians and High School personnel have worked together to provide this highly successful program since 1998.
 
Pictured in the photo, left to right: Student Alfredo Parraz and Past President Ralph Oxley.