21st CCLC

Academic enrichment
during non-school hours

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21st CCLC programs provide opportunities during afterschool hours to help students, mainly those who attend low-performing schools, to meet the challenging State Academic Standards.

These programs allow parents to have an active and meaningful engagement in their children’s education with literacy opportunities while bringing the necessary tools for academic enrichment.

Academic resources to strengthen the learning process.


Mechanics is a bilingual program for re-teaching essential foundation skills that should have been mastered in grades 1 through 8 in math, reading, writing, and vocabulary.

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Achiever is a proven, evidenced-based preparation program for grades 1-8. It provides data-driven instruction for mastery of Math, ELA, Science, and Social Studies standards with personal learning plans for every student.

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Study Buddy, the way students learn better!

Meet our internet-free system device: Study buddy, the most requested by schools for after-school programs.

Educators report that Study Buddies:

  • Engage students more than any other program: It allows them to enhance their self-esteem, growth, and progress. Motivation is the first step to success!
  • Help students learn more: They learn with guided feedback by receiving an instant review that tells them why they are wrong and how to get it right.
  • Improve attitudes dramatically: Students receive greater personal and employment opportunities for the future.

Brainchild’s patented learning process allows students to help themselves:

  • Play multimedia lesson
  • Study with immediate feedback
  • Test to track progress
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Give opportunities during non-school hours for academic enrichment that allow students to reach their goals.

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