The S.T.A.R.S. After School Program is for both members and potential-members, and includes a wide variety of training and practice in the arts. Students will work with their hands, play musical instruments, dance, and engage audiences in performances. Registration is accepted year round depending on availability. Please call or write STARS Program Coordinator, Leshean Boyland for more information. 404.638.7209 / Leshean.Boyland@uss.salvationarmy.org
Development & Mentorship Through Kroc Church
At The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, we value educating the whole person. That means that children have the opportunity to grow and learn educationally, artistically, and through fitness, but most importantly, spiritually. Our Character Building program provides all school-age children (K-12) with programming to help them develop positive and moral character according to the Word of God.
This program has a foundation rooted in the scouting tradition as children explore the world around them while earning badges using a Biblically-based curriculum to help them grow socially, mentally, and spiritually.
Kroc Kids is held Wednesday evenings from 5:00pm – 7:00pm. This program is free and open to the community. Pick-ups are available along some routes. Please call 404.638.7212 to inquire if you need transportation.
Family Literacy Program/GED Preparation
This robust program improves literacy and life skills for individuals and families seeking to meet their educational goals. The program provides support for literacy levels ranging from early readers through adult literacy and GED preparation. Space is limited. Applications are accepted year round, but space is limited. New students are enrolled in August and January of each year. Please fill out the attached application and submit it prior to enrollment dates. Please call 404.638.7210 for more information.