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The Hawthorne School District's afterschool program is a structured, supervised program funded through Prop. 49 After School Education and Safety (ASES) funds. The Academic Lifelong Learning (A.L.L.) Program is committed to serving students every day, for a minimum of three hours. The A.L.L. Program is offered in-person and begins immediately after school.

The program provides three core components to each student daily

  • Homework assistance
  • Disguised Learning
  • Engaging & enriching activities with an opportunity to learn something new!
  • Activities; Chess, Karate, Robotics, STEAM, Sports, and Dance

A nutritious snack is provided daily to each student.

The A.L.L. Program is a safe and supportive environment for all children to learn, have fun, and feel good about themselves.

We are committed to helping students achieve academic success, increase their self-confidence and discover their individual potential! We want to help students do better in school and increase their capacity to get along with others.