Kingdom Academy Enrichment Programs
The Kingdom Academy Enrichment Programs are student centered educational enrichment program targeting underrepresented and socioeconomically disadvantaged youth grades K-8. The Kingdom Academy’s core principles are: scholarship, community & service, social engagement, cultural identity & appreciation for diversity, economic sustainability and character & integrity; all of which are integral to responsible citizenship. The program design encompasses small group and one-on-one instruction, STEM programming and social/soft skills development. Attention is given to intellectual/cognitive growth, social/emotional learning and self-discovery. The curriculum includes common core educational skills development, community service projects, offsite enrichment activities and college and career exploration.
Kingdom Academy After-School Program
Kingdom Academy After-School Program is offered during the school year to students in grades K-8. The after school program focuses on homework help with daily classroom lessons and tutoring, STEM enrichment activities and leadership development. Educators provide academic support. College interns serve as mentors and facilitators of activities that promote leadership and character development. Weekly learning experiences incorporate science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), history, current events, and social sciences. A light snack will be provided daily. Program hours are Monday through Thursday from 3:00 p.m to 6:00 p.m.
Kingdom Academy Summer Enrichment Program
Kingdom Academy Summer Program is a six week program implementing for students entering grades 1-8 for the upcoming school year. The summer program offers stimulating educational and cultural enrichment activities and employs a curriculum to address summer learning loss particularly in reading and math. Students build character and gain leadership skills through reading, writing, public speaking, listening and self-expression. They also learn mindfulness techniques to assist them with focus and combating internal and external factors that can deter youth from the learning experience. Each week has specific themed lessons that integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and college/career exploration.