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The Excel, Stonestown Family YMCA, Abraham Lincoln High School After School Program Offers a Calendar of Academic Support and Enrichment Activities everyday right after school bell schedule until 6:00pm, for all ALHS Students. The After School Program is Free to Join, With a Free Supper and Snack Every Day, and most programs are Drop-In except for Night School.
Tutoring is offered after school in multiple tutoring centers ran by Lincoln teachers, YMCA Staff, Peer Tutors, and/or Volunteers. One-on-one tutoring is also available in all subject areas by trained peer tutors. Please contact [Program Site Coordinator] Ms. Katy Sun in Room 121E for more information.
Credit Recovery is offered at Lincoln high through Cyber High courses and Night School courses. All credit recovery classes follow the semester schedule, and require a counselor's referral. See your counselor for information on how to sign up.
Enrichment Activities are offered every day after school. graffiti murals, weightlifting, The Bridge Program, various volunteer opportunities and the after school Teen Cultural Center are all open to Lincoln students.
The Teen Cultural Center is open every day after school and has space for; homework help, service learning projects, games, and community. Stop by the Cafeteria (and/or Teacher Lounge, in Room 35) afterschool to speak with YMCA staff(s) for more information.
2014 Annual Light on Afterschool Event
Every year, all afterschool programs in the country celebrate their achievement and their students and community.
This year, our program decided to create a montage constructed by all the street signs from all program participants' neighborhood. The complete work (shown below) represents the notion of how all students and staffs , from different neighborhood, all come together as one community within the afterschool program.
This work is still in display downstair in the Teacher Lounge.
Light On Afterschool Photo Contest
This year, the Abraham Lincoln High Afterschool program entered the Light on Afterschool Event Contest and won the first place for the category of "Effectively supporting English Language Learners."
The photomontage below is the photo submitted.