Summer 2018 Session: June 25th - July 28th
Summer programming has a lasting effect on children’s future.
During the school year, students from underserved communities already struggle to keep up with grade-level standards. Without summer programming, that learning gap will exponentially increase.
Last summer we had the opportunity to serve a family affected by homelessness. Our experience with these students shed light to the growing homeless crisis, where about 63,000 children are directly or indirectly affected. The programming that All-In offers is essential to mitigate traumas and education loss associated with homelessness.
This year, we will collaborate with SHIELDS for Families, an organization providing academic and behavioral support to homeless youth during the school year.
ALL-IN WAS FOUNDED TO EMPOWER STUDENTS AND TO OFFER EXPERIENCES THAT WILL REVERBERATE THROUGHOUT THEIR MEMORIES OF SCHOOLING.
T A I L O R E D P R O G R A M M I N G
We use a whole-student approach to foster success in our scholars. Knowledge of their backgrounds beyond a report card helps us support scholar success.
E X T R A C U R R I C U L A R S
A cornerstone of our whole-student approach is facilitating new, diverse experiences to encourage socially-conscious citizens.
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O U R S T U D E N T S
This year, All-In will be teaming up with SHIELDS for Families: Youth Services Program to serve students affected by homelessness in the Los Angeles area. With this partnership, All-In will fill the summer gap, offering an extension to the school-year support that SHIELDS provides.
Our classrooms are organized into three curricula: 3rd-4th grade; 5th-6th grade; and 7th-8th grade. We also incorporate a Junior Counselor model to promote social responsibility for 14-17 year old youth.
O U R T E A M
Get to know our co-founders and why they are dedicated to eliminating
the summer slide by providing access to ALL students.