Partnering with Parents.

Scholars is all about safety.

Safety is our highest priority- to see our COVID-19 safety plan for the Scholars Community please click here.

Supporting parents in their most important role.

Parents are their children’s first – and most important – teachers.

That’s why Scholars Unlimited is committed to partnering with parents. Together, we can support your child’s growth and  success — in the classroom and beyond.

Our summer and after-school programs promote academic growth: We provide small-group instruction to boost literacy skills. Students used online learning platforms to support their own self-paced learning. And we help kids apply academic skills to real-life problems thru hands-on learning.

Enrichment activities enable our scholars to explore a wide range of topics: life sciences, cooking and nutrition, theater and dance, robotics, visual arts, poetry, and much more. Recreational activities help kids build agility, hand-eye coordination, motor skills, and overall physical fitness.

And every day, during every activity, we employ practices that promote positive youth development. We help kids improve their communication and self-advocacy skills. We help kids learn to cooperate and collaborate with others. And we teach kids about the importance of persistence and believing in yourself.


During each program, at every partner school, we also host family events. At these events, you’ll can gain tips for supporting literacy and learning at home. And you’ll have an opportunity to meet parents of other scholars. At many sites, we’ll also have showcase events, where students will present their projects – and parents and family members can celebrate children’s learning and accomplishments.

“The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.”

Dr. Seuss
  I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

Beyond these scheduled events, our on-site director is available to share updates on program activities and your child’s progress. Because we are as committed to your child’s success as you are.