Midway Safe Harbor’s after-school curriculum targets disadvantaged youth who live in or near poverty; are below grade-level proficiency in reading, math and science; need credit recovery to graduate; and/or are at-risk of dropping out of school. With this in mind, the program concentrates on youth development and academic improvement along with building students’ social skills, confidence and self-esteem.
Students receive tutoring services, homework assistance and online class choices for credit recovery. Midway Safe Harbor provides art, drama, wellness, fitness and recreation programs to for students to explore their talents and experience a variety of mental and physical challenges. As a community enrichment program, classes also are provided for adults.
Serving Title I eligible students and their families, Midway Safe Harbor 21st Century Community Center operates in cooperation with several community partners including Seminole County Government, Seminole County Sherriff’s Office and The Foundation for SCPS.