Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) is changing education systems across the US, ensuring low-income and students of color have equitable access and opportunities to rigorous high school courses. Since 2007, EOS has collaborated with nearly 800 schools 250 districts across 33 states and have added tens of thousands of students of color and low-income students to college readiness class enrollments. With the support of our investors, we are deepening, strengthening, and innovating to increase our impact. Show your support of students and donate now!

“After working with Equal Opportunity Schools for the past two years, the results for our students at Leyden have been both rewarding and encouraging. EOS has helped us instill confidence in our students, change mindsets of families, and most importantly, open the doors of opportunity.” – Nick Polyak, Superintendent, Leyden School District 212 (Franklin Park, IL)


Supporters of EOS

EOS has received investments from Foundations, Corporations, and individuals. These supporters have helped EOS create systemic change, amplify our mission, and allowed us to grow and add programs and services that strengthen our school district partnerships. These investments lead to higher impact with low-income and students of color.

“Bottom line…this stuff works! It works because EOS is not a canned program. A consultant works with your sites, with their unique needs and issues, to help them develop and execute a concerted plan to reach students you have not been able to reach before.” – Ron Severson, Former Superintendent, Roseville Joint UHSD (Roseville, CA)


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Ways to Give

At Equal Opportunity Schools our unique funding model amplifies each dollar invested by donors. For every dollar raised, EOS earns three dollars allowing philanthropic donations to amplify the work exponentially. Supporters like you can become amplifiers by making a:

“Our work with Equal Opportunity Schools has given us specific strategies and outreach plans that have resulted in a significant increase of low income and students of color having access to our Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses.” – M. Scott Reeves, Executive Director Secondary Academic Affairs, Westerville City Schools (Westerville, OH)


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Thank You for your Donations

Your investment allows us to increase resources for equitable access to rigorous coursework, impacting thousands of low-income and students of color each year.

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Equal Opportunity Schools is a National 501(c)(3) organization, based in Seattle, WA.


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