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Mission Statement

Students Without Limits is a 501c3 nonprofit organization in San Diego, California that provides in-school support to at-risk minority and immigrant teens from low-income families who will be first-generation college students.

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North Carolina Pediatrician Julie Linton Advocating on Behalf of Immigrant Children - JPHMP Direct

“When parents are scared, children are scared…the threat of separation from a parent really places children in a situation where we are disrupting..

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Shout out to Spanish teacher and EL coordinator at High Tech High, Maria-Elena Valenzuela. For many years, she has served as faculty advisor..

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Family pleads for release of immigrant with Down syndrome arrested during recent raid

“He does not know how to read, write or express himself well and stutters when he gets nervous. I’m sure he needs me right now,” his sister..

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“Simple questions can change a life. My counselor asked me what I want to do with my life, and I never had anyone ask me that before.” Thank..

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The Issue

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Immigrant undocumented students represent one of the most vulnerable groups within U.S. schools. Most students in our Program came to the U.S. as a young children. They are eager to succeed, but lack information and resources. 49 percent of all undocumented students drop out of high school vs. only 11 percent of native born students. Only 5-10 percent attend college.*
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Our Impact

Home and Immigrant Youth
Our programs make a powerful difference. Guidance from a caring adult moves students from fear to hope. A safe place to share during our “family meetings” improves their prospects and attitudes. Long-term access to resources boosts resilience and perseverance. Information empowers teens to make positive choices. Students who do not qualify for services have access to resources.
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Student Stories

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“We all came together in a circle. We each opened up about our stories of how we came to the U.S. as young children and the struggles we have experienced. When I heard those other stories I connected with other classmates in a way I had never before. I am in a new place now, a safe environment, because we are all in this together.” ~High school senior
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