Champions of Wayne Student Achievement Banquets

Thursday, February 2, 2023

Wayne Tree Manor
Wayne, Michigan

The Guidance Center’s newest program Champions of Wayne helps to transform students and prepare them to graduate and to set a path for success in life. Currently this program is at Wayne Memorial High School and combines adult mentoring, academic and life goal setting, and recognition that results in individualized prescriptions for success and financial rewards for students. Each semester students are celebrated at an awards banquet to highlight their success during the semester. Be a sponsor and change a life.

Be a change agent for students as they navigate high school and prepare for success! Our 2023 banquets will be held on Thursday, February 2, 2023 & Thursday, June 22, 2023.

This invitation is extended to the Wayne Memorial student and two guests. Additional guests may attend at $25 per person.

Registration for February 2, 2023 Banquet

Registration for the February banquet is now closed.


Sponsorship Levels

We are the Champions- -$10,000
  • Sponsor 25 champions for the school year to transform student obstacles into success through an incentive-based system to inspire students to be their best.
Honor Roll- -$5,000
  • Sponsor 25 champions for one semester. Includes mentor support in an effort for students to grow academically and personally.
Mentor- -$2,500
  • Sponsor Champion and Mentee of the Month gatherings to help build a relationship of champions and mentees outside of the classroom setting to impact greater success.
Achievement Banquets- -$1,000
  • Sponsor banquets at the end of each semester in order to recognize the students, their families, mentees, school administration and the program supporters. Students (& their families) who successfully have achieved their goals participate in the banquets.
Student Scholar- -$500
  • Sponsor one Champion for the school year and make a meaningful impact on a young person’s life.
Student Champion- -$300
  • Sponsor one Champion for one semester and help a student to grow.