21st Century

Last Updated: 1/7/2020 4:49 PM

21st Century Community Learning Centers

Provide opportunities after-school to students for the workforce and career readiness, college preparedness, vocational/technical programs, tutoring services that are designed to reinforce and complement regular academic programs along with high school credit recovery needed for graduation.


21st CCLC BCTHS After School Registration


21st CCLC Director and Coordinators



CLUBS (Tuesdays and Thursdays After School)

Self-Improvement Clubs:                                                                 

Technical Program Clubs:

  • AET Certification Prep
  • Art Integration with Commercial Arts
    • Instructors: Rosita Mullane, rmullane@bcths.com (D-202)
    • Purpose: art design with community service opportunities and cultural activities
  • Baking
  • Community Construction: A Service Learning Club
    • Instructor: Evan Baker, ebaker@bcths.com (B-104)
    • Purpose: to give back to the community by students using their construction academy skills to local organizations
  • Cosmetology Hour Earners: 
    • Instructors: Brandee Baker, bbaker@bcths.com (H-103)
    • Purpose: give students the opportunity to practice cosmetology skills and to recover hours that are missed for graduation
  • Dental Licensing Prep
  • Fine Woodworking
  • Food for Thought: 
    • Instructors: Scott Saunders, ssaunders@bcths.com (D-109)
    • Purpose: student created meals from the formal recipe curriculum to local non-profit organizations

College Readiness:

  • Academic Enrichment: 
    • Instructor: Anne Njeru, anjeru@bcths.com (C-108)
    • Purpose: prepare students for college math courses, math enrichment, and higher level math with homework assistance
  • Embrace SAT Prep Class: 
    • Instructor: Ms. Johnson, alex@mv21stcclc.org
    • Purpose: prepare students to take the SAT for college entrance



Click HERE to Register for the 21st Century Learning Center Clubs.