Resiliency for Life is an academic intervention and dropout prevention program at Framingham High School. RFL promotes strong academic skills in a supportive learning community.
Resiliency for Life is a voluntary academic intervention and dropout prevention program at Framingham High School that develops skills and confidence in students experiencing social difficulties who are at risk of academic failure. By providing individualized educational and personal support systems within a caring community, Resiliency for Life enables students to persevere, thrive and lead productive lives.
Resiliency for Life held its annual kick off retreat in August. Staff and new students stayed overnight at the Knox Trail Boy Scout Camp in Framingham and spent two fun days of “challenges by choice” up in the trees of Hale Reservation in Westwood, MA.