GOAL Line enrichments
The Community Education Commission’s GOAL Line program offers reliable transportation and high-quality afterschool programming to students in Northwest Detroit. The GOAL Line provides critical wraparound resources that enable families to access schools of their choice and support student learning. For the 2019-2020 school year, students in grades K-8 attending any of the 14 partner schools – including both traditional district and charter schools – are eligible to participate. GOAL Line Students can use the GOAL Line bus loop to ride to and from school and are also eligible to participate in the GOAL Line afterschool enrichment program.
Each day, GOAL Line Afterschool Students participate in a series of enrichment classes that expand their creativity, help them build new skills, and support their social emotional learning. GOAL Line students participate in two enrichment classes per week (Monday/Wednesday, Tuesday/ Thursday). Classes rotate every nine weeks and students will be assigned to enrichments based on their interests and grade level. On Fridays, all GOAL Line students will participate in programming offered by The Manhood Project and other partners focused on student leadership.