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UCLA After-School Program -Beyond the Bell

The UCLA After-School Program mission is to assist young people with the transition from youth to adulthood by providing a variety of programs that encourage youth to move from secondary-education to post-secondary education and on to meaningful careers and productive adult lives.  The UCLA After-School Program operates in partnership with grants from Beyond the Bell of the Los Angeles Unified School  District as is free to all students.

**All students must be registered with The UCLA After-School Program prior to attending any program.



Homework Assistance  

Students can receive homework assistance in a variety of subject areas on Monday thru Friday 3:05 P.M. - 6 P.M. in room 505.



College Corner

Come learn from our college advisors about  college admissions requirements, SAT/ACT testing, personal statements, financial aid and scholarship opportunities.  College Corner is open Tuesday through Thursday from 3:15 P.M.-5:30 P.M. in room 202.



Driver's Education 

This is interactive online course prepares students to take the DMV written permit exam.  This class meets for 6 week class and fulfills the 30 hour requirement mandated by the DMV for minors seeking a driver's license.  Students must be 15 and a half years or older to be enrolled in the class. Driver's Education is offered twice a year in the after school program.  We are no longer accepting applications for the spring 2019 semester.


Blue & Gold Scholars

Blue and Gold Scholars are juried student volunteers who will serve as junior staff, providing tutoring support to their peers. They will also attend work readiness and professional development workshops. Perks of joining include community service hours, stellar recommendation letters, and volunteer experience. We are no longer accepting applications for the school year 2018-2019.  



Team Prime Time

The Varsity Games creates full-inclusion teams by pairing youth and  students with special needs from the same high school.  These blended teams compete against one another in the only league of its kind, giving children with developmental challenges the only real opportunity to participate in a mainstream high school sports experience. 



This Mexican Folkloric dance group introduces students to he techniques and styling of traditional Mexican dance.  Students will learn, explore and appreciate the fundamentals of cultural dance and learn different regional dances of Mexico.  



Students Run L.A

This seven month long program prepares students to run and complete the Los Angeles Marathon.  Students are required to attend weekly practices and participate in several races in preparation for the LA Marathon. 



Cyber Patriot

This is a national youth cyber educational program structured to excite, educate and motivate students to consider STEM academic disciplines and become the next generation of cyber defenders.  Students will learn how to protect computers from vulnerabilities, secure operating systems, networks and servers, and develop research skills.  


English Language Services

After school tutoring, educational and enrichment activities aimed to support the needs of students who native language is other than English.  Services are provided to help students acclimate to the culture of high school.