GOOD SHEPHERD SERVICES

Bronx Network:
After-School Centers and Summer Camps

Good Shepherd has adopted a strategy of developing out-of-school-time programming as part of a broader effort to help vulnerable young people succeed in school.  Our after-school programs keep children and teens safe and help them strengthen academic, leadership, cultural, and career awareness skills –improving their outcomes in school, at home and in the community.  We work in partnership with each school to provide educationally rich environments that create seamless links with the regular school day.  These programs help to reinforce lessons learned during school in new and creative ways while at the same time providing opportunities for young people to expand their horizons, learn new skills and nurture special talents and interests.  Special events and shows during the year help to highlight our students’ accomplishments and provide opportunities for parents to take pride in their student’s achievements and to feel more comfortable in the school.  Our summer camps keep children and youth safe and engaged during the summer months when school is out. 

Community Center Beacon at MS 45 and Cornerstone Program at East 180th Street-Monterey Avenue Houses

A focal point for the entire community, these community centers provide year-round, day, evening, and weekend activities for children, youth, and adults. Activities designed to promote individual, family and community development include an after-school program, organized sports, performing arts, skills building, community events, family nights, physical health and awareness workshops, summer day camp, and Saturday Academy

 

After-School Centers at Creston Academy/PS 382, PS/MS 15 & 291, PS 246, MS 206B, CS 300

Our after-school programs seek to keep children and youth safe and to foster a sense of belonging while providing activities that promote healthy youth development; help them develop skills and competencies in literacy, leadership, work readiness and civic responsibility; and expand their horizons.  Program activities include project-based learning, homework help, visual and performing arts, community service projects, and sports.

 

Summer camp programs are offered at Creston Academy, PS/MS 15 & 291 , and CS 300 sites.     

 

After-School Centers at Grace Dodge High School and Stevenson Educational Campus

Provides educational enrichment, homework help, arts & crafts, dance, sports, community service projects, leadership and job-readiness skills development for high school students.

 

Geographical Overview:

 

View other program locations in the Bronx by clicking on the map above.

 

After-School and Summer Camp Program Locations

Creston Academy/PS 382 & MS 447

125 East 181st Street, Room 552

Bronx, NY 10453

(718) 933-8061

  

CS 300

2050 Prospect Avenue

Bronx, NY 10457

(718) 584-6310 ext. 1081

  

East 180th Street-Monterey Avenue Community CenterCornerstone Program

2111 Lafontaine Avenue

Bronx, NY 10467

(718) 367-6689

  

*East Fordham Academy for the Arts

120 East 184th Street

Bronx, NY 10468

(718) 220-4185

  

MS 45 Beacon Community Center

2502 Lorillard Place

Bronx, NY 10458

(718) 367-9577

   

MS 206B

2280 Aqueduct Avenue

Bronx, NY 10468

(718) 584-7164

  

PS/MS 15 & PS 291

2195 Andrews Avenue

Bronx, NY 10453

(718) 563-0473 ext. 2391

  

PS 246

2641 Grand Concourse

Bronx, NY 10468

(718) 584-6764 ext. 1070

  

South Bronx Academy for Applied Media

778 Forest Avenue

Bronx, NY 10456

(718) 401-0059

  

Stevenson Educational Campus        

1980 Lafayette Avenue

Bronx, NY 10453

(718) 892-2054

  

*Newly added after-school program.   

Numbers and Statistics

Nationwide 14 million kids are without supervision after-school

 

Between the hours of 3pm and 6pm is the prime time for unoccupied, unsupervised youth to smoke, drink, use drugs, commit or become victim of crimes.

"I was a child with a learning disability, but tutoring assistance at Good Shepherd helped me come out of the shell I climbed in and gave me the confidence I needed to succeed."

                                                           

- Ladymakeiba, former program participant


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