Our Mission

“Our Mission is to improve academic performance of under-served communities through educational services and state of the art technology”.

  • To increase student achievement
  • To develop engaged informed and confident parents.
  • To advocate best practice strategies for urban education
  • To attract and retain highly skilled community professionals to serve
  • To provide a clean, safe and technologically advanced environment that encourages creativity and innovation.


Computer Science Club -- Video Game Programing

Starts October 15. Grades 7 - 12. Learn how to build video games!


Cisco Graduates

Congratulation to DLC Cisco Accreditation

Cisco Certified Network Academy Associate (CCNA)

Adam Coombs (2015 - May)
Diane Fulson (2016 - September)
Stephanie Groudeau (2016 - September)
Jamell Maxwell (2016 - September)
Terry Sport (2013 - June)
Roger Weaver (2014 - November)

Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT)

Diane Fulson (2016 - August)
Stephanie Groudeau (2016 - January)
Jamell Maxwell (2016 - January)
Roosevelt Sculark (2016 - August)


Video - Editing

An introduction to the hardware required to shoot video ,transfer video from your camera to your computer and the software you need to start editing.

Classes Saturday's at 10a - noon

Enroll at http://shilitecacademy.com


W.E.B. DuBois Learning Center Buys Milton Moore School Site

KANSAS CITY, MO. – Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) and W.E.B. DuBois Learning Center (DLC) have closed on the sales contract for the purchase of the Milton Moore school site at 4510 E. Linwood Blvd.

Since its inception in 1973, the DLC has offered free tutorial services to more than 10,000 local residents in the areas of Math, Reading and Science. In 2013, the DLC began offering its services from the Milton Moore School under a lease agreement with KCPS that also granted the DLC an option to purchase the site.


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