Welcome To Pleasant Grove Foundation
The Dream Academy
The Dream Academy
A youth program that provides students - between grades 4 and 12 - education and experiences to develop and enhance their academic, life and career skills and abilities.
From personality and career assesments, to guest speakers and interactive sessions, to field trips and college tours, our Dreamers gain a wide array of knowledge from a variety of career and academic professionals who use a range of learning formats to capture their attention and transform information to knowledge and ability.
We help students identify their interests, establish their goals, put plans in place to achieve their goals, and build the courage to pursue their goals.
We are supported by the Pleasant Grove Foundation nonprofit organization.
Our program is based on Five Pillars of Success:
Academic and Professional Exploration and Development
Personal, Social, and Cultural Awareness
Learn more about
the dream academy
Our program has been in place for over 10 years! Click the link to learn about who we are, read and hear from our visionary Rev. Dr. Classy Preston, and review our Five Pillars of Success which is the foundation of everything that we do.
Are you interested in helping to shape the future of our youth? Join us as a volunteer. We have may opportunities for you. You could lead a session as a guest speaker, help us with checking students in and getting them to their sessions, or help with food prep and distribution, just to name a few.
Also, get your company or institution involved by partnering with us to expand and enhance our ability to provide our dreamers experiences and access.
“I love the Dream Academy and I have gained interest and I want to learn more. My overall impression is that I believe in myself more.”
“It has given me the tools to succeed in life and college. It has also surrounded with valuable people.”
“You cover what I lack the knowledge to teach and help my child with.”
“You teach my child the things I can’t and the schools don’t because of time and budget cuts.”
“You are the gap filler to things that aren’t necessarily taught school or even home.”