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21st Century Community Learning Centers - Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware

Program Description

21st CCLC programs provide a broad array of opportunities for students and their families, including such things as:Academic Supports: hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math, homework help, literacy activities, SAT preparation, tutoring, and more;Career Exploration and College Access: college application support, college visits, internships, job shadowing, and moreFine Arts: dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and more;Health Promotion: counseling and mental health programs, healthy cooking, nutrition education, substance abuse prevention, and more;Physical Activity: baseball, basketball, martial arts, soccer, swimming, yoga, and more;Youth Development: community service, good decision-making, leadership development, mediation skills, social and emotional learning, violence prevention, and more; andFamily Engagement: adult education, family events, family literacy, and more.

Grade Levels


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Program Eligibility

This program is only open to students from Indian River School District who attend John M. Clayton Elementary School, East Millsboro Elementary School, Selbyville Middle School, Georgetown Elementary School, North Georgetown Elementary School . For questions on eligibility, please contact our team. We'd be happy to assist in any way we can.

Scholarships & Special Benefits

  • Dual Language:
  • Financial Aid / Scholarships
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Purchase of Care (POC)
  • Free Meals
  • Free Medical Care
  • Special Needs Accomodations
  • Before School Care

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Program Dates


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Days Offered

  • Mo
  • Tu
  • We
  • Th
  • Fr

Hours Offered

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Program Categories

Academic Support & EnrichmentArts & CultureCareer Awareness & ExplorationCommunity Service / Volunteerism & Civic EngagementLeadership & Character DevelopmentSports / Health & Wellness

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