For students currently enrolled in grades 9-12 at Haverhill High School.
2021-2022 Dates of Operation
Tuesday, October 12, 2021 – Friday, June 3, 2022
Access 21 is our Haverhill High School Program and funded by federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
The purpose of Access 21 is to provide learning opportunities that will help to address high school, college, and workforce readiness and success. Programs are taught by professional educators from Haverhill High and qualified personnel recruited from the community.
This year, Access 21 is offering Culinary Skills, Glee, Life Skills, Robotics, and Internship programs throughout the school year. Enrollment is limited in all programs.
Students will work in a Family & Consumer Sciences classroom to learn basic skills for a career in the food industry. Topics will include food preparation skills, what to look for when purchasing foods, proper hygiene, and safety & sanitation procedures and protocols. Students will earn a SERVSAFE Food Handler’s Certificate upon successful completion of the session.
Start Date: October 14
October, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 18
December 2, 9, 16
January 6, 13, 20, 27
February 3, 10, 17
March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
April 7, 14, 28
May 5, 12, 19, 26
Glee Club wants all singers, dancers, musicians, and all-around music lovers to come and join our contemporary singing and dancing group. Our goal is to showcase students singing and dancing to all genres of music as well as music of their choosing, in a diverse, student-led, welcoming environment. This is a performance-based activity with evening Cabaret and Showcase performances throughout the year.
For ages 16 and up – During this semester-long experience, students will analyze their interests, develop a focus for career exploration, create a resume, and learn workplace etiquette and workplace safety, before being placed at a local business for real work experience. Internships help students make more informed college and career choices, provide students with valuable industry contacts and may lead to Letters of Recommendation.
In-house paid Internships are available to students interested in leading afterschool STEM Career Awareness workshops for elementary and middle school students throughout the school year. The STEM program is offered in collaboration with MassHire through which high school interns receive additional college & career readiness training and are paid for their work.
A variety of programming adapted to the unique needs of special education students. Activities may include physical activity, cooking, photography, art, internet safety, and overall access to assistive technology.
Design, Build and Program robots. Learn to use a variety of robotic platforms and controllers including Mindstorms, Drones, Crickets, iRobot Creates, and Personal Exploration Rover. Robotics includes an option to be part of competitive teams which may include ZERO robotics, BotBall and BotFest. ZERO and BotBall are International competitions (for more information go to www.botball.org and https://www.zerorobotics.org). Improve in math while having fun, working with your friends and learning engineering concepts.
Access 21 Program Application