On ABC7 News: Brother DaQuann Glosson

Thank you to Michelle Marsh and the ABC7 News team for helping us to share Brother DaQuann’s story. DaQuann has been an LPTM gentleman since the age of six, and now serves as the Lead Teacher in our Tree House I classroom. DaQuann lives the values of our shield of faith, and we are so […]

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A Day to Remember and Look Ahead: Saturday Academy and Education Architects Final Presentation

My purpose is to help inspire young African American males to be the best they can be. – Brother DaQuann, Education Architect There are unique moments in the Life Pieces year when the day-to-day efforts coalesce into one beautiful display of maturity and self-expression. Education Architects and Saturday Academy’s “The Final Presentation,” on June 24th, […]

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Mohamed Aghdouai

Life Pieces To Masterpieces had the honor of hosting Mohamed Aghdouai, our second Professional Fellow from the State Department-sponsored Professional Fellows Program (PFP) – North Africa and our partnership with Legacy International. Mohamed is from Gourrama in rural Morocco. He spent a month in D.C. working with Life Pieces, and has taken the skills and […]

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Tyrin Williams: A Dream Come True

Tyrin Williams has been a member of the Life Pieces To Masterpieces family for over three years. Tyrin, who is graduating from The School Without Walls this spring and is headed to Morehouse College in the fall, grew up in Washington DC’s Ward 5 with his mother Carin and 4 siblings. Tyrin admits that, before coming to […]

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David Horn: Kings II Co-Educator

For David Horn, who has been an Apprentice, a Junior Mentor, and a Co-Educator, Life Pieces is a way of life. David, a native of Southeast Washington, DC, has been a part of Life Pieces for seventeen years. He first joined Life Pieces when there were only 30 Apprentices in the entire program.  “My first day, […]

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David Adams: Legacy Apprentice

At first glance, David Adams might not seem like the type of kid who needs Life Pieces To Masterpieces. David, an 8th grader at Kelly Miller Middle School, has been an honor roll student throughout his entire academic career and has always taken enormous pride in his academic success.  His mother, Lorraine Adams – a single […]

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Marlon Robinson: Junior Mentor

Marlon Robinson is a 10th grader at Phelps Construction and Engineering High School and has been at Life Pieces To Masterpieces for eight years. For him, Life Pieces is more than an after school program: “My father died when I was young, so for me the mentors are father figures. There is a place for me at […]

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2017 Bridge Builder Award for Outstanding Community Partner

Life Pieces To Masterpieces is proud to be the recipient of the 2017 Bridge Builder Award for Outstanding Community Partner from one of our strongest and most valued community partners, the Georgetown University Center for Social Justice (CSJ). We were honored at the CSJ Celebration on April 30, 2017. We are so grateful for our partnership with […]

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2015/2016 Life Pieces To Masterpieces Annual Report

Take a look at our 2015/2016 Life Pieces to Masterpieces Annual Report.

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DR. ASA G. HILLIARD MODEL OF EXCELLENCE AWARD

LIFE PIECES TO MASTERPIECES RECEIVES DR. ASA G. HILLIARD MODEL OF EXCELLENCE AWARD Washington, DC; 18 April 2014 – Life Pieces To Masterpieces (LPTM/Life Pieces) has been named one of two recipients of the College Board’s 2014 Dr. Asa G. Hilliard Model of Excellence Award. The award recognizes individuals and organizations that have developed successful […]

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