We are very proud to be a Community Learning Center that provides services to engage, educate and support our students, their families and our community. We have partners on site that provide after-school enrichment. We also have countless other partners, including community volunteers and an active PTO, that focus on the whole student throughout their journey with us.
To learn more about how your company or organization can become a Community Learning Center partner or volunteer, please contact us at (513) 363-6300 or via email.
Our partners include:
Adopt A Class
Adopt A Class connects businesses and civic groups, as mentors, with students in schools with high percentages of poverty. Each month, adopters visit our school to conduct monthly mentoring with educational activities, field trips, and pen palling that focus, particularly on college & career, STEM, and life skills. Adopt A Class serves students Pre-K through 8th grade, exposing students to a breadth of experiences and careers, while sparking a culture of teamwork among the mentors. Learn more about our partnership.
This is a club offered to all fourth-grade girls. Cincinnati Youth Collaborative provides this program to help inspire our young girls to treat others with kindness and manners. Thank you to all the ladies who make our 4th-grade girls feel special. Here is a video of their appreciation.
WHA After School Program
We aspire to empower each student by exposing them to options of which they may not otherwise be aware. Each Enrichment Club Provider introduces students to the vast career opportunities associated with their respective expertise. Each activity is designed to boost confidence, develop positive character traits and build social-emotional skills, which helps in academic achievement. We aim to produce well-rounded life-learners by presenting challenging activities, fostering their creativity to solve problems.
The after-school program serves as an enhancement, an extension of the school day. The tutoring staff is comprised of certified teachers who align their academic coaching with state standards and school-day curriculum. DESSA-mini screenings were administered by the Boy Scouts of America, used to identify students who have social-emotional needs and to assign targeted support.