Our mission at The Catch-up Center, Inc. is to provide individualized, creative, and uplifting support to students that learn differently. We strive to make our services affordable for students of lower economic status. Through grants, funding, and donations, we strive to provide yearly scholarships to support students in need.
Our founder, Jevonda Perkins, is an outside of the box thinker that founded the center based on her own child's unique learning difference. She became committed to providing educational support that is affordable for families and provides hands-on, supportive, and effective instruction. She proudly acclaims that "All students learn at The Catch-up Center!" The center's unique approach to education, proves that statement.
Jevonda has utilizes her unique degrees in Business Management and Education to grow the center, as it becomes a beacon of change in the educational community for students that learn differently. She is a licensed school administrator and teacher, that loves teaching, learning, and supporting families and teachers.
The Catch-up Center is a registered 501C3 organization and is run by a board of directors with unique backgrounds and experience to support the center, driving its positive impact on the community. The center hosts a yearly fundraising event, Dyslexia 3000 that educates the community about Dyslexia, while raising money to support students with learning differences in reading.