Partners

Blueprints Communities

2014-2015 Partnership Sites:

Woodlawn High School (Birmingham City)
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Wenonah High School (Birmingham City)
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Ramsay High School (Birmingham City)
Birmingham Southern College

Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School (Ensley-Cristo Rey Network)
Samford University

Phil Campbell High School (Frankin County)
Northwest-Shoals Community College

Francis Marion High School (Perry County) 
The University of Alabama 

Montevallo High School (Shelby County)
University of Montevallo

Hillcrest High School (Tuscaloosa County)
The University of Alabama 

Central High School (Tuscaloosa City)
The University of Alabama 

Central High School (Tuscaloosa City)
The University of Alabama 

Loachapoka High School (Lee County)
Auburn University 

Previous Blueprints Partnerships:

Athens (Limestone County)
Limestone County High Schools
Athens State University
Calhoun Community College

Marion (Perry County) 
Francis Marion High School
Alabama State University
Judson College
Wallace State Community College-Selma

Birmingham City
Jackson-Olin High School
Lawson State Community College
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Tuscaloosa (Tuscaloosa County)
Holt High School
The University of Alabama

Sponsorship

In 2014, Blueprints received funding from the Alabama Department of Education, Bruno Foundation, Belk Foundation, Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham, Alabama Possible’s Higher Education Alliance, Taco Bell Foundation for Teens, Vulcan Material Foundation, Youth Philanthropy Council, BCBS of Alabama, Mike and Gillian Goodrich, and the Birmingham Education Foundation.

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