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Programs for every student

Each day we are open, we share hope from the Bible with our students and our loving volunteers lend a listening and caring ear to each student who walks through the doors. God has grown this ministry in amazing ways over the past 15 years and we are excited to see where he continues to lead.

Current Programs

Our after-school drop-in center gives students a chance to eat, listen to a speaker, play games, create crafts and build relationships in a safe and nurturing environment.

Code on Wheels works to provide students with the exposure to technology and resources through programming classes and after school club.

Cadets' raises boys to be Christian men through Bible study, crafts, projects, and games all while earning badges that explore a boy's specific interests all while building core character traits. You may see them launching rockets, building pinewood derby cars, or camping.

Teen Cuisine is a 4-H cooking-based program that teaches teens from 6 th to 12th grade about healthy living. Developed by Virginia Tech and Virginia Cooperative Extension, each lesson focuses on cooking skills while teaching teens nutrition, food safety, and physical activity.

GEMS stands for Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior. This program builds core character traits through fun, friendship, and faith to girls wherever they are by working on crafts, recipes, badges, and much more.

For over 25 years, Kids Hope USA has provided a proven, life-changing program through church-school partnerships that train and equip mentors to reach kids in public schools who are in need of caring, reliable, one-on-one relationships.

Many students go to sleep without a bed. We are here to prevent that from happening by building and giving beds to kids who sleep on the floor. Our community is invited to join us on build days by constructing these beds together and they can join one of our delivery teams as we distribute them to our neighbors.

Upcoming Programs

In a given session students may perform experiments, discover inequities in our food system, examine beneficial bugs, make crafts, or build raised bed gardens for our neighbors. While working with their hands in our greenhouse they will benefit from the calming activities of planting, nurturing, weeding, and growing.

Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students in grades K-12 about entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs. Our programs help prepare young people for the real world by showing them how to generate wealth and effectively manage it, how to create jobs which make their communities more robust, and how to apply entrepreneurial thinking to the workplace.

Exito Educativo is a partnership-based program led by MI ALMA that promotes academic success among Latino families. This exciting program brings Latino parents and their high school students together to learn about the requirements for high school graduation, extra-curricular opportunities, and further educational opportunities.

Register your student for afterschool programs

Print and return the following form or register your student online

Student Registration