STATISTICS
The Harlem Children Society may have begun in New York City, but like the city itself – its roots extend to every hemisphere on our planet. Almost 80% of the program's participants in 2006 are first and second generation immigrants to the United States, coming from over 40 countries to participate in the grand experiment we call the American dream. A true ‘United Nations’! From Peru to the Philippines, Cambodia to Croatia, Egypt to Ecuador, these students and their parents traveled to the United States to become a part of our nation's fabric. Of this 80%, about half are the children of immigrants who settled in the 1970s and 1980s, and the other half left their countries themselves between 1990 and 2004. Of the remainder children of older American roots  half are Native Americans participating in our program on the Hopi Reservation in Arizona, and another third are from African American families. It is this, that we celebrate in our universal goal – of building a world community; striving through education, carving a dream, and reaching for the stars; of a global humanity, striving hard to be true global citizens – trying to help one another, and help make our world a better place – a village – a global village – our Harlem!
The above line graph shows the breakdown of students by ethnicity from 2001 through 2007. As depicted in the graph, there has been a steady increase in the number of students from each ethnic background. In 2001(n=3)and 2002 (n=3) there were 33% Asian, 33% African American and 33% Hispanic students. In 2003 (n=13) there were 61% Hispanic, 24% African American and 15% Asian students. In 2004 (n=47) there were 39% Hispanic, 37% African American , 20% Asian and 4% Caucasian students. In 2005 (n=105) there were 45% African American, 26% Hispanic, 17% Asian, 3% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2006 (n=180) there were 36% African American, 26% Hispanic, 24% Asian, 10% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2007 (n=238) there are 43% African American, 24% Hispanic , 18% Asian, 12% Native American and 3% Caucasian students.
The above area graph shows the breakdown of students by ethnicity from 2001 through 2007. As depicted in the graph, there has been a steady increase in the number of students from each ethnic background. In 2001(n=3)and 2002 (n=3) there were 33% Asian, 33% African American and 33% Hispanic students. In 2003 (n=13) there were 61% Hispanic, 24% African American and 15% Asian students. In 2004 (n=47) there were 39% Hispanic, 37% African American , 20% Asian and 4% Caucasian students. In 2005 (n=105) there were 45% African American, 26% Hispanic, 17% Asian, 3% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2006 (n=180) there were 36% African American, 26% Hispanic, 24% Asian, 10% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2007 (n=238) there are 43% African American, 24% Hispanic , 18% Asian, 12% Native American and 3% Caucasian students.
The above bar graph shows the breakdown of students by ethnicity from 2001 through 2007. As depicted in the graph, there has been a steady increase in the number of students from each ethnic background. In 2001(n=3)and 2002 (n=3) there were 33% Asian, 33% African American and 33% Hispanic students. In 2003 (n=13) there were 61% Hispanic, 24% African American and 15% Asian students. In 2004 (n=47) there were 39% Hispanic, 37% African American , 20% Asian and 4% Caucasian students. In 2005 (n=105) there were 45% African American, 26% Hispanic, 17% Asian, 3% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2006 (n=180) there were 36% African American, 26% Hispanic, 24% Asian, 10% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2007 (n=238) there are 43% African American, 24% Hispanic , 18% Asian, 12% Native American and 3% Caucasian students.
The above pie chart shows the breakdown of 2007 HCS students by ethnicity. 98% of the students served are minorities from lowincome backgrounds. This year 43% of our students are African American, 24% are Hispanic, 18% are Asian, 12% are Native American and 3% are Caucasian. [click chart to enlarge]
The above line graph shows the breakdown of students by ethnicity from 2001 through 2007. As depicted in the graph, there has been a steady increase in the number of students from each ethnic background. In 2001(n=3)and 2002 (n=3) there were 33% Asian, 33% African American and 33% Hispanic students. In 2003 (n=13) there were 61% Hispanic, 24% African American and 15% Asian students. In 2004 (n=47) there were 39% Hispanic, 37% African American , 20% Asian and 4% Caucasian students. In 2005 (n=105) there were 45% African American, 26% Hispanic, 17% Asian, 3% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2006 (n=180) there were 36% African American, 26% Hispanic, 24% Asian, 10% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2007 (n=238) there are 43% African American, 24% Hispanic , 18% Asian, 12% Native American and 3% Caucasian students. [click chart to enlarge]
The above stacked bar graph shows the breakdown of students by ethnicity from 2001 through 2007. As depicted in the graph, there has been a steady increase in the number of students from each ethnic background. In 2001(n=3)and 2002 (n=3) there were 33% Asian, 33% African American and 33% Hispanic students. In 2003 (n=13) there were 61% Hispanic, 24% African American and 15% Asian students. In 2004 (n=47) there were 39% Hispanic, 37% African American , 20% Asian and 4% Caucasian students. In 2005 (n=105) there were 45% African American, 26% Hispanic, 17% Asian, 3% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2006 (n=180) there were 36% African American, 26% Hispanic, 24% Asian, 10% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2007 (n=238) there are 43% African American, 24% Hispanic , 18% Asian, 12% Native American and 3% Caucasian students.
The above bar graph shows the breakdown of 2007 HCS students by ethnicity. 98% of the students served are minorities from lowincome backgrounds. This year 43% of our students are African American, 24% are Hispanic, 18% are Asian, 12% are Native American and 3% are Caucasian.
The above area graph shows the breakdown of 2007 HCS students by ethnicity. 98% of the students served are minorities from lowincome backgrounds. This year 43% of our students are African American, 24% are Hispanic, 18% are Asian, 12% are Native American and 3% are Caucasian.
The above bar graph shows the breakdown of students by ethnicity from 2001 through 2007. As depicted in the graph, there has been a steady increase in the number of students from each ethnic background. In 2001(n=3)and 2002 (n=3) there were 33% Asian, 33% African American and 33% Hispanic students. In 2003 (n=13) there were 61% Hispanic, 24% African American and 15% Asian students. In 2004 (n=47) there were 39% Hispanic, 37% African American , 20% Asian and 4% Caucasian students. In 2005 (n=105) there were 45% African American, 26% Hispanic, 17% Asian, 3% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2006 (n=180) there were 36% African American, 26% Hispanic, 24% Asian, 10% Native American and 4% Caucasian students. In 2007 (n=238) there are 43% African American, 24% Hispanic , 18% Asian, 12% Native American and 3% Caucasian students. The above bar graph represents the breakdown of the 2007 HCS students by sex. Following the trends of previous years we can see that there are more female than male students participating in our program. This year we have 61% female students and 39% male students.
The above pie chart represents the breakdown of the 2007 HCS students by sex. Following the trends of previous years we can see that there are more female than male students participating in our program. This year we have 61% female students and 39% male students.
The above stacked bar graph shows the breakdown of students by sex from 2001 through 2007. In 2001 (n=3) there were 66% male and 33% female students. In 2002 (n=3) there were 66% female and 33% male students. In 2003 (n=13) there were 69% female and 31% male students. In 2004 (n=47) there were 66% female students and 34% male students. In 2005 (n=105) there were 60% female and 40% male students. In 2006 (n=180) there were 64% female and 36% male students. In 2007 (n=238) there are 61% female and 39% male students.
