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All in Me (21st Century After-school Program)

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Saint George Middle School developed the All in Me (AIM) After School Program to support the needs of our students and community. The program offers educational resources, family literacy activities, workshops, and various supplements to inspire not only students’ success but the overall success of the community.

Saint George Middle School (SGMS) of Dorchester School District Four, 21st Century Community Learning Center, All In Me (AIM) After School Program is a Title 1 school, located in Upper Dorchester County, Saint George, South Carolina. This program serves 100 students middle school students. AIM’s program goals are to improve test scores, improve grades, and to decrease disciplinary referrals while providing opportunities to improve positive and social behaviors, as well as increase regular school attendance, nutrition and health awareness of students. AIM’s primary focus is Academic Enrichment, Character Education, Behavior Intervention, Parental Involvement, Nutritional Education, Physical/Health Education (JV and intramural sports), Sustainability, Career Pathways and Family Literacy.


The CCLC program is a free, extended day program which operates from 3:15 to 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday with transportation provided. Some activities include but are not limited to homework/academic assistance, character education, cooking, tennis, drum line, step and drill team, sports (JV and intramural) Robotics, Guitar 101, drama, and chorus. Our charge at Saint George Middle School’s, 21st Century Learning Center, All In Me (A.I.M) Afterschool Program is simply to plant seeds that flourish not only in our community but throughout the world. We shape minds, promote unity, and build leaders not only through activities but through action. We serve our community in parades, sponsoring a district-wide clothing/food/toy drive, visiting both the local nursing home and Senior Citizen during the holidays and monthly host a “Family Fun Night” that encourages families of the students and the community as a whole awareness and involvement in the program.

Planting seeds to build leaders!!