3727 Rosehill Road, Fayetteville, NC 28311
910-488-6779 office, 910-488-2729 fax


Before & After School


afterschool2These programs provide the perfect combination of recreational and educational activities for a well balanced out-of-school experience. Children end each day excited about the broad range of engaging, hands-on activities that allow them to develop their interests and skills, as well as having the opportunity to spend time on homework. Trinity offers three types of programs that emphasizes a safe, organized, and supervised environment that is responsive to the normal interests and developmental needs of school-age children.

Before- and After- School Programs 

Provide quality before– and after-school care to children whose parents work or attend school. Students may arrive at the site as early at 5:30 a.m., eat a nutritious break-fast and be transported to their public school. In the afternoon, children will have the opportunity to have a snack, do their homework with assistance, and then participate in several scheduled activities.

Teacher Monitored and Tutorial Study Hall

afterschool1This program is offered to Trinity’s private school students K through eighth grade who are in need of tutoring. A progression of study is concluded during this time be-ginning with reading, grammar, math, social studies and science in elementary and middle school disciplines. In these small class settings students can acquire the knowledge and ability to achieve in their curriculum and score according to their academic potential.

21st Century T.R.A.C.K.S. After School Program

Together Reaching All Community Kids Successfully

Partially funded by the State Board of Education Department of Public Instruction (DPI), this After School and Summer Program is currently in its second year of programming. Ninety students, grades 3 through 5, from three local public schools receive an array of academic enrichment opportunities with a primary focus on increasing the achievement levels in reading, math and science. All of these students are low Level I and II in both reading and math, at-risk of academic failure, living in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods, and are attending low perform-ing/high priority schools in Cumberland County. A consortium of local colleges, businesses and community partners collaborate with the 21st Century T.R.A.C.K.S. program to provide academic and enrichment opportunities for these children and their families during after school hours and on weekends. When the students arrive to the program, they eat a nutritious snack; interact with their peers; start homework, tutoring and planned lessons; eat dinner and depart for home. Free transportation is provided.


  • Fayetteville State University
  • Methodist College
  • University of North Carolina Pembroke
  • Cumberland County Schools
  • Smart Start Early Intervention
  • Cumberland County Library
  • Cumberland County Parks and Recreation
  • BB&T Bank
  • America Red Cross
  • Fayetteville Arts Council
  • BRIDGES Services
  • NC Cooperative Service
  • Public Works Commission
  • Sheriff’s Office
  • The Women’s Center
3727 Rosehill Road, Fayetteville, NC 28311
910-488-6779 office, 910-488-2729 fax
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