Our after-school program is offered by Manhattan Youth After-School Program housed within the Julia Richman Educational Complex, providing a variety of elementary school enrichment courses as well as a FREE middle school program, 6th through 8th grades.
In Manhattan Youth’s After-School Program, your child will participate in project-based activities, homework assignments, and get physical exercise every day. Manhattan Youth works closely with parents, teachers and school administrators to provide the sports, arts and enrichment activities necessary to give your child a well-rounded education.
The program is open every day (including half days) from school dismissal until 5:50pm. Parents can customize their after-school schedules, from one day to five days per week, one class to two classes per day, in any configuration. Manhattan Youth also runs full-day camps during summer vacation and school holidays (separate registration required).
HOW IT WORKS!
At the end of the school day, classroom teachers dismiss all students registered for our program directly to our staff, who greet students with a healthy snack and a smile. Students eat and socialize with friends, decompressing from the school day and gearing up for after-school.
SPORTS, ARTS AND ENRICHMENT CLASSES!
We provide a wide variety of sports, arts, and enrichment activities for every age group. The classes that you select when enrolling your child in the program are taught by certified teachers, teaching artists and activity specialists.
HOMEWORK & CHOICE TIME
Before and after classes, students choose from a list of structured and free play activities, led by our counselors. Choice Time activities include: Study Hall, Gym Sports, Yard Play, Indoor Games, Arts & Crafts, and more. You may choose to replace
daily Choice Time with an additional class as an “add-on.”
SUPER-SIZE YOUR SCHEDULE
You can “add-on” a second class to your child’s schedule! After-School includes one Class and one Choice Time activity per day. You may choose to replace daily Choice Time
with an additional class as an “add-on.” Tuition is based on your child’s total
number of classes per week.
Manhattan Youth Elementary After-School Program
Financial Aid and Sliding Scale Tuition
Working parents with limited income in need of after-school childcare may apply for reduced tuition between July 1 and September 31. Find out more about eligibility information and application process.
Please direct any questions you may have to The Ella Baker Elementary School Site Director:
212-766-1104 x268 (Office)
646-841-3600 (During After-School Hours)
Manhanttan Youth Middle After-School Program
Beginning September 2015, Manhattan Youth After School Program offers their Middle After-school program free of charge. M.Y has partnered with Mayor de Blasio and the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development providing a broad menu of extracurricular activities Grades 6th through 8th at EBS thanks to the newly established publicly funded middle school programs. Manhattan Youth has worked closely with the principal and faculty of EBS, and assembled a program that supports the EBS culture and curriculum. M.Y provides a complete extracurricular program, including interscholastic sports teams, literacy and arts enrichment activities as well as daily homework support.
To see the activities available for your child and to register, please visit here.
Please direct any questions you may have to the Ella Baker Middle School Site Director:
212.766.1104 ext. 210 (Office)
917.565.7713 (During After-School Hours)
Additional After School Activities & Programs
Registration is now open for the Fall Semester
Offered Monday through Friday, 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. Lenox Hill RealArts Afterschool courses include age-appropriate arts education including theater arts, music, visual arts, dance, animation and photography for children ages five through nine. 331 East 70th Street
between 1st and 2nd Ave.
Offered 7-days a week. Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop and Jazz classes for children from ages 2+ begin on September 8th. 418 East 75th Street between 1st and York Ave.