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9 DOTS - 931 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles CA - 323-524-8328
9 Dots’ after-school programs are designed to help underserved students build the confidence and skills required to become tomorrow’s innovators. We develop, provide, and share STEM programs dedicated to helping students from underserved backgrounds cultivate a passion for innovation, build confidence in their abilities, and master the knowledge required to succeed in the 21st century.
A PLACE CALLED HOME - 2830 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles CA - 323-232-7653
At A Place Called Home, caring staff, supporters and volunteers come together to provide South Central children and teens 8 years old – 21 years old with love, safety, enrichment, training, and opportunities through educational programs, counseling, and mentorship. After-school, weekend, and all-day summer programs and services include tutoring and homework support, as well as a full spectrum of instruction in the arts, athletics, dance and music. Our high school dropout recovery partnership with LAUSD is open in the mornings and we provide year-round support for college preparation, SAT tutoring, and college counseling and scholarships. A Place Called Home is a safe haven in South Central Los Angeles where underserved youth are empowered to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives through programs in education, arts, and well-being and are inspired to make a meaningful difference in their community and the world. A Place Called Home (APCH) began in 1993, the brainchild of Founder Debrah Constance. In the wake of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and Civil Unrest, Debrah wanted to give gang-affected youth in South Central L.A. a safe place to go after school, do their homework, get a snack, watch TV, hang out with friends, and be with caring adults – basic needs that all young people have.
CREATIVE BRAIN® | JOSEPH GASCON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 630 Leonard Avenue, Los Angeles CA - 323-726-1790
CREATIVE BRAIN® LEARNING is a full-service provider for innovative and high quality before-and after-school education, tailored specifically to your school's or district's unique educational goals and needs. Creative Brain® supports the core curriculum by providing students with homework help and supplemental tutoring to help improve academic performance. Creative Brain® programs are also designed to spark creativity and imagination by engaging students in mind-expanding learning opportunities that apply core subjects as well as the arts, health, sports and much more! What sets Creative Brain® Learning apart from any other extended day education provider is the fact that we offer an unprecedented variety of academic support and enrichment options. Our spectrum of program options ranges from applied science, technology and math classes, such as robotics, forensic science, hands-on engineering and media arts, to language arts, health, nutrition, sports, and comprehensive visual and performing arts components. Creative Brain® has developed strong brands in several of these fields, such as the brand of MovieWorkz™, ScienceWorkz™, MyHealthWorkz™, MyArtWorkz™, MUSICSTAR®, and others. Typically, Creative Brain® After-school programs follow a daily schedule of three activity blocks, which consist of a Homework Lab, Enrichment Classes, and a Health and Fitness program. Each block is approximately an hour long. Creative Brain Learning has been at Joseph Gascon Elementary school site for its 6th year. Academic classes include: Homework Help, Mathematics, and Literature. Our enrichment classes include: Band, Keyboard, and Choir w/ percussion instruments. Art classes are held on "Fun Friday".
THINK Together’s mission is to provide high-quality, academically oriented out-of-school programs for students regardless of race, creed, or socioeconomic status. Since its inception in 1994, THINK (Teaching, Helping, Inspiring and Nurturing Kids) Together has been committed to improving academic outcomes for children and youth living in under-resourced communities. Elementary Extended Learning: THINK Together’s daily comprehensive elementary school programs consist of academic and enrichment elements and a healthy living component that includes physical fitness, character education and nutrition education. The program is open to Kindergarten through 6th grade students from the time the school day ends to 6 pm (approximately 20-22 hours a week). Students receive a healthy snack before participating in a rotation of structured activities. THINK Together’s standards-based curriculum intentionally aligns with core day instruction and extends learning time in a safe, adult-supervised environment. The enrichment component helps students close the achievement gap with a broad array of disguised learning activities driven by student interest and staff talents. Examples include journalism, cheerleading, science fair preparation, skateboarding, cooking, crafts, robotics, and graphic design. The development of 21st Century Learning Skills, such as critical thinking, problem solving through inquiry, creativity, entrepreneurial skills, communication, collaboration, social responsibility and leadership is embedded within project-based learning activities in our programs. A typical THINK Together elementary school site serves between 90 and 200 students each school day. Each site is staffed by Program Leaders in order to maintain a student to paid staff ratio of no more than 20:1. Program Leaders work alongside community volunteers and are supervised by one full-time Site Coordinator, who works closely with the school principal and teachers to align the content of the afterschool program with school-day needs and priorities. Site Coordinators receive training and side-by-side coaching from experienced Quality Assurance Coaches to ensure the highest program quality.
PRO-YOUTH/HEART AT STRATHMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 23024 Ave. 198, Strathmore CA - 559-359-8927
With two decades of highly successful, noteworthy history and experience, Pro-Youth / HEART, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, continues to serve youth on school campuses during the hours of 2-6 p.m., when juvenile crime is otherwise rampant. Our HEART Program cherishes the belief that giving children hope reduces youth violence and saves lives. As our most precious community resource, these youth deserve opportunities to develop strong decision making skills and to have a safe place to be during these after school hours. Through the work of 290 dedicated and well trained staff, many of whom are former HEART students, HEART youth are availing themselves of numerous educational and vocational pathways. Financial support for these wonderful programs comes from federal, state and local governmental agencies, although a substantial portion of the budget needs must be met by generous gifts from the local community. HEART (Homework, Enrichment, Acceleration, Recreation, Teamwork) is an after-school program sponsored and administrated through Pro-Youth, a non-profit agency serving the youth of Tulare County. HEART complements the learning day in the after-school hours by providing homework assistance, literacy and math training and project-based enrichment activities, free of charge, for children in grades kindergarten through 12th every day that school is in session.