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Youth Programs

The Dumas Wesley Community Center’s After School Achievement Program is operating under the guidance of the Mobile County Health Department; requirements may change in accordance with MCHD recommendations.

Dumas Wesley’s After School Achievement Program (ASAP) has been in existence for over 40 years. The program serves school-age children ages 6-18 in the Crichton and Mobile community. Five days a week, children enjoy a variety of academic and character-enhancing activities including: tutoring, STEAM workshops, career exploration, sports leagues, special youth-empowered events and a summer program. A daily meal is also provided at no cost to participants.

After School Achievement Program Goals

  • To provide a safe, structured environment for community youth,
  • To build an interest and expose students to STEAM opportunities (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math),
  • To offer rich cultural experiences that nurture a child’s sense of heritage and understanding of their broader world,
  • To foster talents in the arts, sports, trades and technology,
  • To teach children the core value of integrity and to act with courage, honesty and respect in their relationships and daily interaction.

Registration: All returning and new students are required to complete an application.