Ngorli Literacy Program is an afterschool reading program offered at no cost to students in 1st-5th grade who read below grade level. The program meets during the school year from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
SUPPORTS children who have fallen behind in reading skills!
BUILDS vocabulary, fluency and reading comprehension!
INSPIRES a love for reading...a lifelong benefit!
We have a highly qualified and committed teaching staff!
We offer small group of five and one-on-one instruction!
Ngorli homework help is a program that helps students KG-12 with their homework in any subject.
Walk-ins are welcomed but advance notice is preferred.
Art and Culture
Ngorli Art and Culture is a program that combines African and American culture and arts practices together. This program teaches children crafts and art which promotes creativity and entrepreneurs.
Fishing with Joe is a program that teaches children youth how to fish, it entails knowing the rules and law of fishing, the right equipment, how to prepare the equipment for catching a fishing. Children who successfully graduate the program are presented with fishing licenses and regular trips to fishing sites.
Children are taught to play different musical instruments and voice training. Children are also given studio time to record their music.
The Kwame Nkrumah Tribed is named after the Ghanaian nationalist leader who led the Gold Coast’s drive for independence.
This is a mentoring program for boys ages Six to 17. The program mentors our boys to be great in school and also to make better choices in life. We support our tribe members to achieve their dreams and to become better citizens. The Kwame Nkrumah Tribe is a family not just a program.
This program is named after the queen mother of the Edweso tribe of the Asante (Ashanti). Yaa Asantewaa led a revolution at a time when the men surrounding her were low in spirit, afraid, and discouraged. She arose them to fight for their independence, and for their nation.
This is a mentoring program for girls ages Six to 17. The program mentors our girls to be great in school and also to make better choices in life. We support our tribe members to achieve their dreams and to become better citizens. The Ya Asantewaa Tribe is a family, not just a program.
This is a travelling soccer club that travels around the world to play soccer. It gives underprivileged children the opportunity to enjoy the game soccer and also the opportunity to travel.
NCTY-STEM for Children is committed to making sure that students don’t miss the chance to explore the subjects of science, technology, engineering, and math. Unfortunately, this critical part of education is slowly being removed from many school curriculums. We’ve made it our mission to ensure that students receive the hands-on, imaginative experience that they need to help open their minds to brighter futures with better job opportunities. In addition to learning science, technology, engineering, and math in a fun and engaging environment, we help our engineers-in-training develop problem-solving skills and discover how the world around them works. These skills are extremely beneficial for students of all ages. They’ve proven to inspire parents and kids to learn more about these critical subjects and how they may benefit our future.