Natomas Unified School District offers a variety of diverse after-school/mentoring 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.
American River College TRIO Educational Talent Search (ETS)
TRIO Educational Talent Search (ETS) program is designed to prepare and motivate low-income, first-generation college students for success in college. TRIO ETS participants in 6th-12th grade receive college, career and financial aid information, academic advising, and educational field trips in preparation for successful enrollment and graduation from post-secondary institutions. School Sites: Bannon Creek School, Leroy Greene Academy, Natomas High School and Natomas Middle School.
Center for Fathers and Families (M.A.S.T.E.R.S)**
After-school program designed to engage students with enrichment opportunities, while supporting academic growth. School Sites: Jefferson School and Natomas Middle School.**
Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)
EAOP helps students prepare for high education, supports students in their journey to complete all University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) admissions requirements, and apply for college and financial aid. School Sites: American Lakes School and Inderkum High School.
Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT)
Mentoring program that is a college preparatory program for young men of color. Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT) supports students academically while providing a connection to a community focused on building access to college and career. School Sites: Natomas High School, Discovery High School, and Jefferson School.
National Coalition of 100 Black Women (NCBW)
Girls STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) and Mentoring Program will expose young women of color to careers in STEAM fields while having the opportunity to learn computer science skills such as coding as well as focus on improving behaviors, decision-making skills, and study habits in order to positively affect grades and attendance. School Site: Natomas Middle School.
The 100 Black Men of America
Mentoring program that utilizes a life skills curriculum that promotes self-discipline and respect, educational excellence and achievement, as well as personal responsibility and career exposure. School Sites: Natomas Middle School and Inderkum High School.
The Sacramento Chinese Community Center (The Center)**
After-school program designed to engage students with enrichment opportunities, while supporting academic growth. School Sites: American Lakes School and Bannon Creek School.**
The 4th R
Year-round child care program for Kindergarten through 6th grade children. School Sites: Natomas Park, Heron, Paso Verde, Witter Ranch, and Two Rivers. H. Allen Hight currently closed.
United College Action Network (U-CAN)
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. School Sites: Inderkum High School, Leroy Greene Academy, Natomas High School, and Discovery High School.
Mentoring Program designed to support first-generation college students. School Site: Inderkum High School.
**Funded through After-School Enrichment and Safety Program (ASES)
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.