Tyler Milan Johnson at 3 years old.
Committed to Making a Difference
Founded by Kimlin Johnson in 2017, B-RELYT was established in order to provide students an environment in which they can reach their fullest potential. B-RELYT will be helping students reach their fullest potential through Black School, a new B-RELYT project aimed at addressing the U.S. educational deficits through weekend programing. What started off as a small community venue has grown into an enterprise that’s committed to empowering our students in all aspects of life.
RELYT is Kimlin’s daughter’s name; Tyler spelled backwards. The candle in the middle of B-RELYT's logo symbolizes the strength to keep your fire burning even when it dims or flickers. B-RELYT’s initial focus will be on Math, Science, Engineering and Black Culture. Please note, Kimlin's son, Joel, is the music leader and is currently developing a music curriculum for the 2018-2019 school year. And Kimlin’s daughter, Tyler, is the Art Leader and she is developing an Art Curriculum for the 2018-2019 school year.