We provide students with a comprehensive circle of care that meets their academic, emotional, and physical needs.
Days: Monday to Friday Time: 2:30 - 6:00 p.m. Sites: South End & Lower Roxbury
Our after-school programs operate on days when Boston Public Schools are in session. Our youngest students receive one-on-one homework help, tutoring in math and reading, supplemental science, art, music and technology, and enrichment programming. They have opportunities for physical fitness (swimming, dance and free-play time outdoors) and are given a hot, nutritious meal each day.
Days: Monday to Friday Time: 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. (Mon. & Wed.) 2:30 to 6:00 p.m. (Other days) Site: South End
Students in grades 5-8 get academic support and enrichment geared toward their developmental level. Their programming includes single-gender groups and workshops to help them develop healthy self-images and habits. It also features leadership training. Students who do not get home from school in time to participate in the middle school program can obtain homework help during teen Academic Nights.
Days: Monday to Friday Time: 3:00 - 7:30 p.m. Sites: South End & Lower Roxbury
We provide teens and SSYP alumni with academic and emotional support, life skill and leadership training, college and career preparation, job training, and employment opportunities in our year-round programming. S2POT curriculum includes:
- Twice-weekly Academic Nights for homework help, tutoring, and academic enrichment;
- College & Career Preparation including career exploration and planning, test-taking strategies, essay and resume writing, personal finances, obtaining financial aid, and developing interview skills;
- Job Training on professionalism, workplace relationships, first aid, and safety; and
- Employment as tutors, mentors, activity leaders, and role models for students in B-READY and B-SAFE.
We have a flourishing partnership with the Blackstone Innovation School, located across the street from our South End program site, which many of our students attend. It is comprised of a diverse network of religious and secular organizations concerned about the quality of Boston Public Schools.
Our community organizing work also focuses on community, state, and national efforts to make the neighborhoods we serve safer.