Terri Chaney

Executive Director

school attendance AND after school TUTORING MAKE A POSTIVE IMPACT

 4TH gRADE academic learning center STUDENT WAS A mEDAL WINNER FROM THE United WAY'S ATTENDANCE  AWARENSS CAMPAIGN

Our mission is to improve academic performance and confidence in children through quality tutoring programs.

How you can Help

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We are able to help others because there are those who generously help us. We have proven success in helping children to succeed academically.  We work in partnership with the Cabarrus County and Kannapolis City School Systems, serving over 550 children in Title I schools.



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Judy Ackett

Bookkeeper

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Privacy Statement

Privacy is important to us. We respect the privacy and security of all personally identifiable information. We collect and maintain only personal information that is specifically and knowledgeably provided to us by individuals and donors. For our purpose, personal information includes any information provided on registration and response forms received by the Academic Learning Center. We do not sell or intentionally make available to third parties or the general public your personal information. We will only use your personal information to contact you.

Our Mission

Making a difference,       one child at a time.

Meet Our Team

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board Members

The month of September was designated to begin the movement to focus on the importance of good school attendance every day.  The campaign stressed the need to end students' chronic absences. 

Kara King

Program and Special Events Coordinator

​For over 20 years, Academic Learning Center has worked to promote learning and achievement, while developing self-esteem and social skills among elementary children who struggle to learn. Our program is staffed with certified teachers who provide the extra care that enables the children to improve their academic performance and gain

self-esteem. 


​The purpose of the Academic Learning Center, a free, afterschool tutoring program for students in grades one through five who are performing below grade level, is to help these students improve their academic performance and gain confidence in their ability to learn.

Margaret Irvin, Chairperson

Laura Baker

Nancy Barbee

Conitsha Barnes

Dr. Chip Buckwell

Brian Hiatt

Rob Johnson

Cheryl Kelling

Samuel Leder

Dr. Chris Lowder

Amos McClorey

Steve Morris

Hunter Morrison

Dr. Tara Nattrass

Annie Parker

Jennifer Parsley

Dr. Kelly Propst

Jane Spainhour

Jeanette Trexler

Tim Vaughn