Office of Afterschool Achievement

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Afterschool Achievement works in partnership with Georgia College, our local Board of Education, and various community partners in Baldwin County.   The mission of the Office of Afterschool Achievement is to provide academic support, enrichment and learning opportunities in an afterschool setting to elementary, middle and high school youth.  The Program also aims to ensure that adult family members have access to programming that enhance their ability to support their students educational endeavors. There are two Programs within the Office of Afterschool Achievement-YES and High Achievers.

The YES Program, funded through the GaDOE Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants, exists to raise achievement and educational aspirations for students and their parents at Lakeview Academy and Oak Hill Middle School. 

FY23 NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPLY FOR 21ST CCLC grant for Oakhill Middle School

In accordance with the application instructions from the Georgia Department of Education, Georgia College hereby submits this FY23 notice of the intent to apply for one application for 21st Century Community Learning Centers After School Program Grants serving: Oakhill Middle School.  The purpose of the grant is to provide opportunities for academic and enrichment activities during non-school hours or periods when school is not in session, such as before and after school or during summer break, for all qualifying students. The application will be available for public view here by or before February 1st 2022. For additional information, please contact Sequena.Stanton@gcsu.edu

The High Achievers Program, funded by a grant from the Georgia Department of Human Resources, helps develop civically engaged youth with the ability and knowledge to be effective leaders.