Programs for Students
Discovery Middle School at Nehemiah Center
After eight years in operation, Nehamiah entered into an agreement with Southwest Schools, a charter-based Texas education district, in order to sustain, expand and enhance the academic offerings for its adolescent learners. NMS now operates as Discovery Middle School at Nehemiah Center (DMSN) and enjoys a variety of new services, personnel, and resources to educate our youth.
For more information on Southwest Schools and Discovery Middle School, please call 346-571-6062.
Mommy and Me
The Mommy & Me Program helps educate our parents on the importance of verbal interaction with their toddlers.
Hours: Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for both child and parent
Early Childhood Education
The early childhood education (Pre-K) program provides a nurturing and academically enriching environment to children ages 3-5.
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Academic Enrichment Program (K-5th)
An after-school program designed for children in kindergarten through the fifth grade. They receive homework assistanice, tutoring, warm meals and health and wellness resources. Bible study and prayer are lead by volunteers and staff to help children realize their full potential. Students arrive at 3:15 p.m. and parents pick up the children at 6:00 p.m.
College Prep Program (6th - 12th)
The College Prep Program serves middle school and high school students focusing on homework, Christian education and one-on-one tutoring. Additionally, the high school students receive support with college entrance exam preparation (PSAT, SAT, ACT), college tours and career counseling.
Programs for Parents
Effective Parenting Program Classes (EPP)
Courses taught to first time parents in our program.
Classes offered to parents to equip them with knowledge and information. Various topics include information on checking accounts, fixing a flat tire, changing your oil, women's edification. We also have counselors to assist families in crisis counseling.
Fred C. Alcorn Scholarship
Each year, over $50,000 in scholarship assistance is awarded to Nehemiah graduates, often the first in their families to attend college.
It is our wish to help Nehemiah Center children make their college dreams a reality. The scholarship fund was established in memory of Fred Alcorn, a true friend to the Nehemiah Center. He had a heart for this community and demonstrated his generosity by giving of his time, talents and resources. Each year the scholarship committee, chaired by Sally S. Alcorn, meets to interview and award money to Nehemiah high school seniors who want to pursue higher education. The Fred C. Alcorn Scholarship Fund has distributed more than $500,000 to deserving students since its inception.
*The Fred C. Alcorn Scholarship is only available for currently enrolled Nehemiah students.