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​​Wakulla 21st Century Community Learning Center

   The Florida Department of Education awarded the 21st Century grant to Tallahassee Community College to support a 21st Century Community Learning  program to serve Wakulla County students.The program is housed at the Wakulla County Community Center and serves students enrolled at eight elementary and middle schools throughout Wakulla County. These schools include:Crawfordville Elementary, Medart Elementary, Riversink Elementary, Shadeville Elementary, Wakulla Coast Charter, Riversprings Middle,Wakulla Middle and Wakulla Christian School. 

   The Wakulla 21st CCLC program plays a critically important role in changing the lives of at-risk students by preparing students to succeed academically and beyond. The Wakulla 21st Century Community Learning Center aims to improve students academic performance, increase awareness of healthy behaviors and increase family involvement.

   The Wakulla 21st CCLC will provide enrichment to Wakulla County youth currently enrolled in grades kindergarten through 8th in the areas of math, reading, science, and writing; additionally the program will provide project based learning, daily homework centers, tutoring, organized physical activity, computer programming, character education and community service projects to all participating students. Families of participating students will be provided with opportunities for literacy and educational development, the program provides a wide range of opportunities in areas of education, personal development and recreation that will include business partners, mentors and educational facilitators. Transportation from participating Wakulla County Public Elementary and Middle Schools to the Wakulla 21st CCLC site is provided during the school year directly after the regular school day. The Wakulla 21st Century Community Learning Center is a federally funded program and is offered of free of charge to qualifying Wakulla County Students ​and their families.



Crawfordville Elementary, Medart Elementary, Riversink Elementary, Shadeville Elementary, Wakulla Coast Charter, Riversprings Middle,Wakulla Middle and Wakulla Christian School.

To Apply 


Please fill out the Wakulla 21st CCLC 2016-2017 Enrollment Registration Packet.pdfWakulla 21st CCLC 2016-2017 Enrollment Registration Packet.pdf

(For the application to be complete, you must submit photocopies of the Driver's License for All Authorized Persons Allowed to Pick Up your Child, Including the Parents)


Completed applications can be submitted via e-mail at


or DROP off in the TCC-Wakulla Center or Wakulla 21st CCLC(Site).




Tallahassee Community College-Wakulla Center

2932 Crawfordville, Highway, Room 124
Crawfordville, FL 32327


Wakulla 21st CCLC(Site)
318 Shadeville Highway
Crawfordville,FL 32327



or Fax it to (850)922-9093

  **We accept applications for the program year around and will admit students as space is available.**












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Contact Information

For more information contact the Wakulla 21st Century Program by phone (850) 922-7244, fax (850) 922-9093 or e-mail

Fall/Spring Hours
8:00am - 6:30pm Mon - Fri

Summer Hours
7:00am - 6:30pm Mon - Fri

2932 Crawfordville Highway, Crawfordville, Florida 32327

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