In Business: Christian Learning Centers of Greenville County

Posted by: Megan Campbell on Thursday, September 10, 2015
Christian Learning Centers of Greenville County (CLC) recently opened the doors of their new administrative office at 410B Pelham Road in Greenville. CLC celebrated the opening with their staff, Board, volunteers, partners, and parents of CLC students. CLC is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that sponsors the Released-Time Christian Education program provided for public school students in Greenville County. A Released-Time Christian Education program is a period of time during the school day when students are released from related arts school classes, with parent permission, to attend Biblical instruction at an off-school campus location. The directors’ goal is to help provide a Released-Time Christian Education program for every middle and high school in Greenville County by year 2020. This move is the organization’s first major step toward housing independence and positioning itself for service expansion in the Greenville County community. Since its inception in 1996, the award-winning organization has provided its services for more than 13,000 students from 37 public schools.  This past school year, CLC served over 1,800 students from seventeen public schools. We had a great time meeting with the CLC team. They were very gracious and welcoming hosts, giving us tours of the new office space. We are excited about the work they are doing in the community and wish them all the best! To learn more, visit their website at clcofgreenville.org or give them a call at 864-242-2326. Congratulations CLC on accomplishing this important milestone!

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