Sean “Diddy” Combs is opening a charter school in his hometown of Harlem New York. Capital Preparatory Harlem Charter School will open this fall.
The school also has some big names on board, one being Iyanla Vanzant who will serve on the school’s board.
Capital Prep will be a free, public school for grades 6-12, and will aim to provide a “year-round, college prep education,” according to the school’s official site.
The deadline to apply for the school is April 1.
In 2015, Diddy reportedly earned $60 million, thanks to wide range of investments, including Ciroc vodka, water brand AQUAhydrate, RevoltTV and clothing line Sean John. In the fall, he released the mixtape MMM and began developing a sitcom based on his former assistant called The Hustle. Diddy, hip-hop’s top earner of 2015, is heading a new venture: The mogul is opening a charter school in Harlem. The rapper was born in the New York City neighborhood