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Community, Education, Leadership
Equipping Youth For The Future

Operation Xcel engages students, parents, and the community to increase educational, social, and career skills through academic enrichment, parenting, and advocacy empowerment workshops.  We also provide access and tools to 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.

Our Stories

Meet Evan:  Evan is currently an eighth-grade student and has been attending the Jamestown Middle School Operation Homework program for three years. Evan is on the autism spectrum, which makes it challenging for him to socialize and pay attention to his classes. However, with the help of the Operation Homework teachers and social-emotional learning strategies, Evan was able to surpass his personal goal of achieving the A/B honor roll throughout his 7th-grade year. By the end of the year, Evan had made it to the A honor roll and is now more engaged with his peers, and even offers help to his teachers. Evan is a role model student who shows that Operation Xcel is a place where learners are motivated to excel in every aspect of their lives. By providing financial support, you can help us ensure that we can help other students excel, just like Evan!

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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Operation Xcel is blessed to have several volunteers, including students from High Point University and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University, homemakers, parents, and others.  We appreciate the time each person takes out of their schedules to donate their time to the good cause of helping our students excel academically, socially, physically, and socially. The students who graduate from the program and continue excelling through college and profitable careers prove that the seeds of volunteerism continue to flourish in the students’ lives.

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