kindergarten READINESS PROGRAM
The Kindergarten Readiness Program (KRP) prepares 3-5-year-old refugee children and their families for entering the American School System. The children are taught basic academics and are exposed to American culture to prepare them for their transition into Kindergarten.
The Journey After School Program seeks to provide academic, social and cultural support to newly arrived refugee high school students. Many refugee high school students arrive in the United States with limited or interrupted schooling due to their refugee journeys.
In our Journey After School Program students come to us every week not only for homework help. But for assistance navigating the college application process from filling out the FAFSA form to ACT prep and College tours. We also work to provide opportunities for students to experience cultural activities and the arts.
Adult basic education
As Legacy Mission Village continues to grow; we support the entire family unit with resources and educational programs. In our Adult Basic Education program, students participate in Citizenship, English, Computer, Driving Permit, and Financial Education classes. Students not only learn reading and writing, but practical communication skills with their children’s teachers, doctors, and employers.
Legacy Mission Village helps fund the education of impoverished and special needs children in Rwanda and Uganda. Legacy also helps fund health insurance for mothers living with HIV/AIDS, impoverished families, and orphans.