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Nationally Accredited

The Guadalupe Center's Early Childhood Education Program is accredited by NAC - the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs, and APPLE - Accredited Professional Preschool Learning Environment.

100% High School Graduation Rate

For nearly a decade, 100% of Tutor Corps high school seniors have graduate high school and been accepted into a post-secondary institution. Over 90% of Guadalupe Center college students graduate with a college degree.

1,100 Students

The Guadalupe Center provides three educational programs to over 1,100 students in Immokalee, Florida: Early Childhood Education, After-school Tutoring and Summer Enrichment, and College Preparatory Tutor Corps.

97% Economically Needy

More than 97% of students in Immokalee's public schools qualify as economically needy.

41% In Poverty

According to a recent US Census, 41% of persons in Immokalee live at or below the poverty level.

Over 30 Years

The Guadalupe Center has served the community of Immokalee for over 30 years. Three core educational programs have been proven effective at breaking the cycle of poverty, impacting students, families and a community for the better.

News & Announcements

Win a 2017 Audi A4!

To Benefit the Guadalupe Center Educational Programs
Only 200 Tickets Available!
Suggested minimum donation $500.00
Drawing to take place following the Guadalupe Center Charity Golf Classic
The Estuary at Grey Oaks, Monday, May 2nd, 2016 at 7:00PM

Buddy Day

On March 11, 2016 134 second grade "Little Buddies" from Pinecrest, Lake Trafford, Highlands, and Village Oaks Elementary Schools in Immokalee spent the afternoon at Hideaway Beach on Marco Island with their "Big Buddies."

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Upcoming Events

Guadalupe Center's 2nd Annual Charity Golf Classic
Date: 5/2/2016
Location: Estuary at Grey Oaks
Memorial Day
Date: 5/30/2016
Location: School and Office Closed
Independence Day
Date: 7/4/2016
Location: School and Office Closed
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