After-School Programs

  • The 21st Century Community Learning Pathways to Success Program (PSP) is a grant-funded afterschool enrichment program that offers an array of academic and other types of enrichment for students in Clarke County Middle and High Schools.

    The position of 21st CCLC Enrichment Teacher entails working with the school's after-school coordinator and principal to develop, document, and implement specific, innovative after-school activities/programming for intervention resistant students. All activities as part of 21st CCLC will be held after school hours and on weekends.

    Examples of programs and activities include:

    • Art
    • Creative Problem Solving
    • Creative Writing
    • Dance
    • Drama/ Performance Arts
    • Music/ Music Production
    • Poetry
    • Pottery
    • Recreation/ Martial Arts
    • Robotics

    Parties interested in becoming an enrichment teacher for the 21st CCLC program should contact Dr. A. Michelle Phillips at

    After-School Programs Job Description

    The Clarke County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, religion, handicap, or disability in its educational programs, activities or employment practices.