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    The YMCA offers after school enrichment programs at Franklin High School. They are listed below, and are open to all students at no charge. All programs meet from 3:30-5 pm.

    Girls United instills confidence and develops skills in our young ladies here at Franklin.
    It meets Mondays in Room 214 and Tuesdays in Room 206A.

    Quaker Achievers
    offers college readiness resources, tutoring and life skills.
    It meets Tuesdays in Room 111 and Wednesdays in Room 206A.

    Girls First serves girls of color throughout Seattle and King County who face greater barriers to educational and economical success. Starting in the ninth grade, this program helps girls transition with community-building activities, as well as academic and professional opportunities, helping these young women become leaders in their community. It teaches social and emotional skills, technology skills, and arts and fitness programs.
    It meets Wednesdays in Room 214.

    Trackademics is a music production and artist development/youth mentorship program geared toward training young people in the art of songwriting, vocal coaching, music composition, and audio engineering. It equips and empowers youth to use their artistic skills to promote positive change in their communities.
    It meets Thursdays in Room 209.