After-School and Mentoring Programs

After-School Programs

Natomas Unified School District offers a variety of diverse after-school programs for students across the district. The following programs align with our District vision that all students graduate as college and career ready, productive, responsible, and engaged global citizens.

School Site After-School Mentoring Programs
American Lakes Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center (The Center)** Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)
Bannon Creek Robert’s Family Development Center (RFDC) and The Center for Fathers and Families (CFF)**
Discovery High Health Education Council & Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT) & Educational Talent Search (ETS)
H. Allen Hight Robert’s Family Development Center (RFDC)
Inderkum High Gang Awareness & Prevention (G.A.P) & Upward Bound & United College Action Network (U-CAN) & Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)
Jefferson The Center for Fathers and Families Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT)
Leroy Greene United College Action Network (U-CAN)
Natomas High Always Knocking Inc & Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT) & Educational Talent Search (ETS) & United College Action Network (U-CAN) & Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)
Natomas Middle The Center for Fathers and Families (CFF)** AIM High w/ Ruthie Bolton & Educational Talent Search (ETS) & Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)
Natomas Park Robert’s Family Development Center (RFDC)

**Funded through After-School Enrichment and Safety Program (ASES)

Mentoring Programs

EAOP helps students prepare for high education, complete all University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) admissions requirements, and apply for college and financial aid.

Health Education Council: Shop Project (Safety, Health, Opportunities and Prevention) are community engagement activities to impart life skills, foster cognitive development, and facilitate family support.

The purpose and mission of Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT) is to increase the number of young men of color to attend and graduate from 4-year colleges and universities.

TRIO Educational Talent Search (ETS) program identifies and assists individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to succeed in higher education.

Gang Awareness and Prevention (G.A.P.) provides awareness to our community, interaction with schools and government agencies, and mentor in-risk youth.

Upward Bound provides high school students who are low income or whose parents did not attend college better opportunities for attending college.

United College Action Network (U-CAN) provides leadership services and college preparation assistance to students desiring to enroll in four-year postsecondary colleges, with a focus on admissions to over 100 Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Always Knocking Inc. provides outreach for various hot spots and referrals for services through crisis teams.

Students participating in Aim High will learn how to set goals for themselves and identify antecedents that may have prohibited them from achieving success in the past.

The Center for Fathers and Families (CFF)** was created to provide literacy, academic enrichment, and safe, constructive alternatives for students.

Roberts Family Development Center (RFDC) is a daily after school program that supports children and families around five essential components: High quality academic enrichment, Parent/family involvement, Social action/civic engagement, Intergenerational leadership development, and Physical/mental health.

Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center (The Center)** was created to provide literacy, academic enrichment, and safe, constructive alternatives for students.

After School and Mentoring Program Enrollments

Enrollment for all programs are processed at the school site. Mentoring programs vary from school site and have unique requirements. Applications are available at the school site. 

For individual program questions, families should contact the school site. If further assistance is needed, please contact Lisset Mijares at (916) 473-0053 or Lisa Heard at (916) 567-5821.