To enrich the community by promoting academic success and empowering lifelong achievement for children in need.
Founded in 1993 by a group of Junior League volunteers, Star House just celebrated its 25th Anniversary.
3,514 kids live in poverty in North Fulton, despite being one of the most affluent areas in Georgia.
14% of Roswell children live below the poverty level.
1 in 6 kids who don’t read proficiently by 3rd grade do not graduate high school
300,000+ children in Georgia are unsupervised from 3 pm to 6 pm (juvenile crime peak time).
Star House serves 270 at-risk children in four Roswell schools with after school programs that provide assistance with homework and test preparation as well as key skills to help them make positive life choices.
Star House provides over 37,000 nutritious snacks to its students each year.
Star House provides elementary summer camp which helps students bridge the gap by focusing on academic retention during the summer.
Nearly all elementary school students passed their core classes with the vast majority receiving B’s or better.
10 out of 21 current members of the Board of Directors are Roswell Rotarians.