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21st Century Community Learning Centers Programs

 
 
 

21st Century Community Learning Centers provide students with opportunities for academic enrichment, youth development and family support during non-school hours (before/afterschool, summer). These centers provide a broad array of services, programs, and activities that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students and may include: Tutoring, Arts & Music, Math & Science, Recreational and Drug & Violence Prevention programming.

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Eligibility Requirements

Funds are awarded to programs that primarily serve students who attend schools with a high concentration of low income students. This is specifically defined as schools eligible for designation as a Title I school-wide program. To be eligible for this designation, at least 40% of the students must qualify to receive free or reduced-cost meals through the National School Lunch Program. Each center may have other eligibility requirements; we advise that you contact the center staff for specific requirements.

How to get started

  1.  Walk-In
  2. Find the location closest to you below, and use their contact information.

Ages Served

  • Ages 11-13
  • Ages 4-5
  • Ages 8-10
  • Ages 17-18
  • Ages 6-7
  • Ages 14-16

Cleveland Boys & Girls Club - Ocoee Region 385 3rd Street SW Cleveland, TN 37311 <a href="tel:4239911400" target="_blank">Phone</a> <a href="mailto:spayne@bgcocoee.org" target="_blank">Email</a>

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