Each day this month, we will be teaching our students curriculum and hosting activities relating to Black History Month. Check back each week for a little known BHM fact!
Visit this link for local happenings and locations celebrating BHM: https://www.visitmusiccity.com/events/black-history-month/events
The first licensed African American Female pilot was named Bessie Coleman.
Please speak to a staff member about rates. Hours of operation for the day will be 6:30am-5:30pm.
We are happily accepting applications for our 2020 summer camp program. This year's program will run from June 1, 2020-July 31, 2020. To apply, please visit the 'Apply Now' tab above and complete your application. Current aftercare students' registration fee is $25. New campers' registration fee is $50. Call us at 615.289.2716 for more information.
Welcome to the official website for
AAOC/MOH/The E Program
"Proudly serving the Nashville community
for 15 years and counting"
"AAOC was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from Altria (The Tobacco Company) for our 2019-2020 aftercare program. Also, thanks to MDHA Summer Youth Grant, we were able to provide over $19,000 in scholarships to our 2019 summer campers. We are so appreciative of these resources as they help us to better serve you
all, our beloved community."
Congratulations to Harlem Johnson for making straight A’s on her report card! She was recognized by Governor Bill Lee for this accomplishment. Keep up the great work!
AmazonSmile is very simple to use—all you need is an Amazon account. On your first visit to the site, you will be asked to log in to your Amazon account with existing username and password (you do not need a separate account for AmazonSmile). You will then be prompted to choose a charity to support where you will type in: AAOC or EIN Number: 55-0856946. If this does not work, you can use the EIN during future visits to the site, AmazonSmile will remember your charity and apply eligible purchases towards your total contribution—it is that easy!
Our Girls Camp program is designed to teach today’s “little girls” through classes in etiquette, manners, and character, to become tomorrow’s “young ladies.”
Our Boys Camp program is gender-specific, culturally relevant and provides training centered on the themes of social and business etiquette, civility, and protocol.
Our After School Care program's mission is to improve grades and standardized test scores by assisting children with their homework daily, providing tutoring services, and
An Array of Charm Camps' mission is to empower disadvantaged youth by equipping them with the academic competencies, social skills and leadership training required to create permanent, positive change in their lives. We accomplish this through a foundation of training in etiquette, civility, and protocol–the three core assets that transform societal and socioeconomic differences into the common language of success.
Our unique approach involves healing the ills of cultural, economic, and educational poverty through gender-specific foundation training in etiquette, civility, and protocol.
We are continuously striving to improve our program by seeking funding from the Predators Foundation 2020, Altria Grant 2020, MDHA Summer Youth 2020, and more.
There's much to see here. So take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about our awesome programs.
We hope you enjoy our site.
501(C)(3) NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee 37208, United States
After School Care
**We are closed on all major holidays**
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