Drury High School
21st Century Community Learning Center



Connie Yorke


The Drury High School CLC after-school program offers high interest activities that include opportunities for students to improve academic skills, increase educational engagement, and make connections with community-based programs and resources, to support them throughout their high school career and enable them greater success toward graduation.


The Drury High School CLC goal is to improve academic performance, attendance, and school engagement for its’ participants by providing high-interest out-of-school-time activities that foster academic growth, positive social/emotional development, as well as providing alternate opportunities to earn school credit. All activities are project-based and provide enrichment opportunities that enable each student to achieve and demonstrate the skills and knowledge essential for the future and to become proficient in critical thinking, communication, citizenship, creative expression, cooperative efforts and independent action, as well as exploring career awareness and providing the opportunity for student leadership within the school and greater community.


Enrollment is open to all students at Drury High School on a first come first served basis. Students may register for programs each session through the Main Office or the Office of the After-School Program Coordinator.

The Committee's policy of nondiscrimination will extend to students, staff, the general public, and individuals with whom it does business; No person shall be excluded from or discriminated against in admission to a public school of any town or in obtaining the advantages, privileges, and courses of study of such public school on account of age, race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or homelessness.