After School Community Learning CentersThe After School Community Learning Centers provide a safe, structured environment for children of working parents. The wide range of activities develops participants' academic performance, self-confidence, and communication skills, while increasing leadership potential.
After School activities include:
- homework assistance and individual tutoring
- educational games
- arts in education
- cross cultural projects
- recreational activities
- computer instruction
- community service and skills workshops such as substance abuse prevention
Program Runs: September-June, Monday - Friday, 3:00 - 6:00pm
PS 115, 586 West 177th Street
PS 178, 12-18 Ellwood Street (fee for service - must attend the school to participate)
Marble Hill Houses, 5365 Broadway
Bronx River Community Center, 1619 East 174th Street
PS-MS 37, 360 West 230th Street
DATESVisit individual program sites for registration information.
Program Dates are TBD
LINKSRegistration must be done in person.
The 2012-2013 Downloadable Applications available here:
OST Sites Application
(P.S.115, Marble Hill Houses, PS 191)
PS 178 Application
When I asked my parents about taking some classes, they were happy because it was safe, and they didn't have to find someplace for me to go everyday. It's easy to hang out and meet friends, especially if you're new in school.- Jordan, age 12