Unique Bunn graduated from People’s Prep in 2017 and has since gone on to study psychology, join the honors program, and tutor her peers at New Jersey City University. Now a senior with plans for a master’s degree, we spoke to Unique about her journey to and through college, and how People’s Prep has been…Read More
Nearly ten years ago, on August 29, 2011, People’s Prep opened its doors to the Newark community, welcoming 95 freshman into the Class of 2019.
Aptly named for their anticipated college graduation year, the Class of 2019 set off to fulfill the mission of People’s Prep: to graduate all students from the college of their choice. These founding members are now joined by more than 1,000 People’s Prep alumni in pursuit of higher education.Read More
Antony Morales is in his first year as a teaching assistant and council coach at People’s Prep. A graduate of Rutgers, Antony recently sat down to discuss his path to and through college, his love of math, and his experience as a young teacher in Newark’s oldest stand alone charter high school.Read More
Tiffany Benjamin was a member of People’s Prep’s founding class when the school opened its doors in 2011. After overcoming a language barrier and battling shyness, Tiffany received the school’s Empathy Award at graduation: an annual honor that now bears her name. She graduated from The College of St. Elizabeth this past summer and is…Read More
Describe your path to working at People’s Prep. I majored in English and Theater Arts at Rutgers and got my master’s as a teacher of English from the Teacher’s College at Columbia University. It was there that I really fell in love with teaching from all my professors who had been working with students and…Read More