The Green Living Guy

After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles (ASAS-LA) is a leading after-school program. An all out provider whose programs educate, enlighten and inspire. That’s to thousands of students each day. All through after-school activities centered around health, fitness and nutrition. In addition to the visual and performing arts. Finally youth leadership and community service learning.


For ASAS-LA brings innovative, cutting-edge enrichment programs to K-12 students. Programs that also contribute to reducing drug use, crime and violence. All the while increasing their safety during the after school hours.

Their organization serves 5,000 students daily across 36 schools. All located in deserving areas throughout LA County. Kobe Bryant is an ASAS-LA Program Ambassador.

Kobe Bryant is an ASAS-LA Program Ambassador.

For their students come from families and communities with limited means. All though the children are learning that artist expression can exist in a variety of forms.

Recycled Arts Program

Students in their Recycled Arts program are taking random household materials and creating wonderful works of art and reusable items. That’s including handbags made out of recycled denim. Also recycled fashions made out of old cloth. Moreover, wallets made out of baseball cards & tape.

The students in our program are reducing their impact from households with little consumption. For it’s our hope that more affluent areas can do the same. After-School All-Stars gives our kids the direction, exposure and hope. All for a brighter future.

About The Program

We Are Ready (W.A.R.) offers academic support, high school readiness, and college exploration opportunities to 8th graders.  This middle school to high school transition initiative helps students make connections between solidifies connections between students’ academic work and the “real world” through field trips to colleges and work sites, job- shadowing, informational interviews, resume workshops, and mentors that help students define and develop their career goals. W.A.R. programming also engages parents and families on topics such as: actions to take to support your child’s transition to high school, high school options for 8th graders, high school academic requirements, and processes for applying to and financing college. 

Source: After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles (ASAS-LA)

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