Frequently asked questions from girls, parents, and communities.
Pace has 21 Centers throughout the state of Florida, and partners with additional communities and school districts in Florida and Georgia to provide counseling services through our Reach program. Pace’s National Office is located in Jacksonville, FL. Find a location near you.
Pace helps girls who are struggling and who have experienced some form of trauma, to get their grades back on track, learn in a safe and supportive environment, get along better with friends and family and plan for a productive future. See if Pace is right for you.
Pace is a non-profit organization that provides academic classes, counseling and social services to middle and high school girls. Our programs work in alignment with local school districts’ standards to ensure each girl’s personalized achievement plan meets all academic requirements.
All of Pace's programs and services to our girls and their families are free. Pace is funded through state and local governments, with the support of local businesses and the community.
Pace offers day programs, and Reach programs which are held at our Centers, schools or within the local community. We do not offer any residential programs.
Each girl’s time with Pace depends on their needs. Pace works with each girl to build an individualized plan based around their personal goals and academic requirements. Pace helps younger girls progress to transition back to their prior school or a similar situation. Pace works with older high school girls to progress toward graduation and create a plan for continued education or career.
The number of girls served by Pace varies depending on location. Pace focuses on maintaining small class sizes in order to provide individualized attention to each girl.