21st Century New Member Enrollment


                                                                       Welcome to the 2017-2018 School Year!

 The Boys & Girls Club of the Piedmont is proud to announce the renewal of our 21st Century Community Learning Center Program!  The 21st Century Community Learning Center Program (21st CCLC) is administered through the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and provides federal funding for organizations like our own to better serve the children, families and schools in our community.  The program provides expanded learning opportunities for eligible students in Title I schools beyond regular school hours.  In addition to intensive academic learning, the program also offers students a broad array of enrichment activities focused on healthy lifestyles and character development. This program is designed for students in K-3rd grade. 

UPDATE: We now have a wait list for the 21st Century program. Please fill out the form below and send it back in to us. 



21st CCLC Program Components

  • This program is at no cost to families                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
  •  A healthy snack is provided every day upon arrival                                                                                                                                                                                                        
  • Homework assistance, tutoring, reading and creative writing
  • Daily Arts enrichment classes
  • STEM activities are regularly incorporated to improve science, technology, engineering and math skills
  • Character and leadership are promoted through a variety of activities
  • Literacy enrichment led by certified teachers
  • Triple Play focuses on physical activity weekly, which promotes nutrition and a positive image
  • Field trips vary between educational and cultural aspects
  • Improve academic performance of participants, while meeting and exceeding state and local standards
  • Provide accessible and affordable education and enrichment programs
  • Promote healthy lifestyles and character development for children and families 
  • Encourage family educational attainment and increase each parent’s level of involvement in their children’s education 
  • Develop in students appropriate behavior, a sense of responsibility and work habits that will contribute to their academic success 
  • Provide opportunity for activities related to the arts, recreation and physical fitness that children may not otherwise experience 
  • Reduce the high rates of delinquency, violence, and crime in our community by providing supervised programs during out-of-school time 
  • Value, teach and empower each student in a culture of educational excellence 
  • Increase family engagement levels in the schools and after school program