After School Programs
- Anaheim Achieves
Anaheim Achieves provides a safe and positive environment after school is dismissed each day for more than 4,600 kids at 46 schools. It builds upon the school districts' exceptional daytime curriculum by providing literacy development, homework assistance, mentoring, enrichment activities (art, music, and dance), character development and countless more activities. It has earned state and national recognition for its outstanding curriculum in academics, enrichment and recreation.
The Anaheim Achieves Literacy Project is sponsored in part by Disneyland Resort.
- Boys & Girls Club of Anahiem
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Anaheim is a 501(c)3 non-profit, youth development and leadership agency. They are a leader in youth development, providing programs and services for boys and girls that many youth-serving, fee based agencies fail to reach. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Anaheim provides a place for thousands of children in Anaheim to obtain a sense of belonging, take control of their lives, and work towards achieving their goals.
- Girls Inc. of Orange County
Girls Incorporated of Orange County offers programs developed by our national organization as well as local programs designed by our staff and volunteers to meet the interests and needs of girls served in Orange County. The programs developed by the national organization are research-based and tested to be effective in empowering elementary school and teen girls to be Strong, Smart & Bold.
- MLK Group Home
The MLK Group Home houses transitional children who are awaiting foster care. The one-room schoolhouse provides daily instruction to reinforce their education during difficult times.
- William Lyon School
William Lyon School is the on-site school at Orangewood Children's Home serving students from kindergarten through grade twelve. Orangewood Children's Home is the county operated shelter for abused and neglected children.