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Equipping Youth For The Future

Operation Xcel involves students, parents, and the community in increasing educational, social, and career- and college-readiness skills through tutoring, mentoring, STEM and STEAM based academic enrichment, test preparation, parenting, and advocacy empowerment workshops. We also provide access and tools for technology literacy.  With your help, we can make a difference in the lives of these children and families.

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Whether you have a reluctant reader or a child who is socially awkward, Operation Xcel will help them excel.


Meet Jayden

Jayden joined Operation XCEL last summer to get early access to the 6th-grade curriculum. He made it a personal goal to improve his mastery skill level in Math. Although he struggled with Math in the past, he worked hard over the summer and enrolled in Operation Xcel's after-school program when school started.

Jayden's grades were inconsistent, but he never gave up. When his Math grade dropped to an "F," he agreed to attend intensive tutoring and sacrificed some of his enrichment time. By the end of the second quarter, Jayden had raised his Math grade from an "F" of 54 to a "B" grade of 80. He continued to receive intensive tutoring and achieved an "A" grade of 90 in Quarter 3. Currently, Jayden has a "B" grade of 86 in Quarter 4 for Math.

We're Making a Big Impact

  • of self-sufficiency in STEM related fields


  • students served in the Piedmont Triad

    over 3000 to date, Over 450 yearly

  • growth of two or more years in mathematics


  • of teachers


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