WE WANT TO SHOW YOU HOW WE CAN HELP YOUR PROGRAM

We have spent over 15 years supporting State Department of Education program evaluators, grant managers, and individual after school programs. AfterSchool201 is the best option to manage your after school program data and reporting.

  1. Spend time analyzing data, not compiling it.

    Advanced analytics and intuitive reports give evaluators, program managers and site staff access to data that is free from clerical errors, and meaningful insights about programs.

  2. Confidently submit programmatic results for grant reporting.

    Easy-to-use web-based interface helps program sites enter data correctly, and helps managers or evaluators identify and correct gaps. 

  3. Provide parents with resources about after school programs.

    Online parent portal empowers parents to keep track of enrollment forms, fees, and payments which are all directly linked to reporting.

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WHY OUR CUSTOMERS CHOOSE US

"AfterSchool21 has positively strengthened education and communities in Georgia, through the 21st CCLC program, in a number of ways. First and more broadly, it requires the programs to focus on data...our programs are able to determine which students are receiving the greatest benefit from the program. This allows the programs to identify the strategies that are most successful and apply them across the program"

MIKE THALER
Program Manager, 21st Century Community Learning Centers

"The AfterSchool21 team demonstrates responsiveness to client needs and has helped with gathering of data ... {they} also keeps abreast of reporting requirements by the US Department of Education and structure the system to mirror the federal reporting. {Federal Reporting} will be changing this year and I feel confident that the AfterSchool21 will help with this transition."

Nancy Cedar
Out of School Learning Coordinator - Wausau School District