Proven Results

Whether through our affiliate end-of-year reports or independent, third-party studies, the results are clear: Communities In Schools effectively delivers the human, financial and community resources to help

  1. CIS National Results – Spring 2016
  2. Five-Year National Evaluation Executive Summary
  3. CIS Annual Report 2015

National Statistics:

  • 161 Affiliates
  • 2,300 schools served
  • 99% of students we serve stay in school
  • 78 % of students met their attendance improvement goals
  • 82 % of high school seniors graduated last year
  • 93 % of our students graduate
  • 85 % of our students met academic improvement goals
  • 89 % of our students met their behavior improvement goals
  • 93 % of our students were promoted to the next grade

Local Statistics:

  • In FY16: CIS Site Coordinators provided or participated in a collective effort to provide-113 Whole School services that reached 3,374 Baldwin County Students

-79 students, 28.7% of the school’s population received case managed services – mentoring  and tutoring

FY’16 Volunteers:

  • 440 Volunteers served with CISMBC, sharing 8,115 hours of their time, valued at over $188,755.


  • Making A Difference in Milledgeville Award – Awarded to current members of the chamber — service, civic, or non-profit to highlight their contribution and involvement in the community.
  • Outstanding Community-Based Engaged Learning Collaboration —
    • Dr. Barbara Funke — Community Health
    • Kendall Stiles — The Give Center
    • Sandy Baxter — Communities In Schools
  • Georgia College Give Center: GC Give Center 20th Anniversary — Recognition of the collaboration between Baldwin County Schools, GC GIVE Center, and Communities In Schools 





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