Free After-School Programs in New York City

The following is a post to from Patrick Mackaronis. Patrick is the Director of Business Development for New York City-based social network Brabble. In this post, Patrick speaks about free After-school programs in New York city. Patrick can be best reached on Twitter at @patty__mack.

The following is a post to from Patrick Mackaronis. Patrick is the Director of Business Development for New York City-based social network Brabble. In this post , Patrick speaks about free after school programs in NY City.Patrick can be best reached on Twitter at @patty__mack.

Beacon Schools, offering over eighty locations throughout the five boroughs of New York City, also offers homework help and tutoring, as well as endless activities. Including vocational training, health classes, performing arts and computer classes.

New York Recreation Centers in New York City

New York City Recreation Centers are held throughout the five boroughs of New York City. There are over forty of these New York City Public Recreation Centers, and each location offers different programs. All of these locations put emphasis on school work, but also offer things like sports classes, computer classes, swim programs, arts and crafts and even classes in performing arts, visual arts and much more. They all also offer homework help and tutoring to students. More information can be found on the website, including the locations and information on what is being offered.

 

  • New York City Recreation Centers
  • (212) 639-9675

Beacon Schools in New York City

Beacon Schools offers over 80 locations throughout the five boroughs of New York City. These Beacon School programs are offered to all students in New York City, and are spread throughout the school districts of all five boroughs. These programs offer after-school, evening and even weekend programs that are free, and are more similar to day camp than they are the typical after-school programs.

These locations offer homework help and tutoring, as well as endless activities. These activities often include arts and crafts, music, dance, sports, music, computer, photography and even martial arts classes. Some even offer vocational training and health classes. Sometimes these programs also are offered to adults, and more commonly the parents of the children that attend. It’s important to register, but these programs are all free and even tend to offer snacks to those that attend. The website offers information on locations in each neighborhood.

  • Beacon Schools
  • The NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
  • 156 William Street
  • (212) 788-6754