Academic Enrichment Program

The Academic Enrichment Program works and assists over 100 underprivileged children each school year.  87% of the children involved in this program have experienced an increase in their grade point average (GPA), are excited about school, homework, graduation, and are considering higher education.  For those not interested in college, we’ve prepared and continue to prepare them for a career in multiple industries, to include the military.  Career training includes resume and interview preparation, and job search guidance.  The program is also focused on educating low-income parents on college access opportunities. 

The program was developed in response to the need for our inner city youth to have the confidence needed to compete in the classroom.  The goal of the Academic Enrichment Program is to motivate and generate the interest of low-income students and their parents, so they are inspired to graduate and feel they deserve to do so year after year.  The program remains in its infantry, as it was first developed during the 2006-2007 academic school year and has remained in effect year after year (September to June).  Transportation (after-school pick up) is provided for children that cannot otherwise make it to our facility.


The Academic Enrichment Program