Department of Parks and Recreation Out-of-School Time and Social Recreation:
DPR offers Enrichment Zone and Afternoon Access programs for kids ages 6 - 12, a safe, supportive, and structured afterschool environment Monday through Friday at neighborhood recreation centers. Activities include homework time, arts and crafts, sports and fitness, and more.
Supreme Teens: Brings together teens ages 13 - 19 at 23 recreation centers across DC for enriching activities.
Young Ladies On The Rise and Young Men, Future Leaders: Engages youth in leisure, social, educational, and community service activities to support positive development for ages 6 - 12.
DPR Programs: DPR has team and individual sports to keep young people engaged and active. Soccer, cheerleading, swimming, tennis and more!
Visit DPRprograms.com to view a full catalog of programs and activities.
DYRS Achievement Centers: dyrs.dc.gov/service/achievement-centers
The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Achievement Centers located at 450 H Street NE and at 2101 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE provide youth free access to educational resources and vocational programs. For more information contact (202) 576-7299.
Out of School Time Youth Scholarship Program: Families of K-12 students, who meet the eligibility requirements, can apply for up to $10,000 in scholarship assistance for out-of-school time programming. The funds can cover the cost
of school, weekend, summer, and other out of school time programs and activities such as academic enrichment, tutoring, mentoring, athletics, dance, coding, STEM, and much more. Priority is granted to children and youth with the greatest demonstrated need, especially those considered at-risk or underserved as defined by the Office of Out of School Time Grants and Youth Outcomes. Applications will open this fall. For more information about out of school time scholarships or help finding out of school time activities for your child, email [email protected] or visit learn24.dc.gov.
Learn24: Families can locate potential afterschool and summer program opportunities for schoolaged youth ages 5 - 18 through the Learn24 program finder. Additionally, organizations can benefit from targeted grant making, capacity building, professional development, and more. For more information about out of school time scholarships or help finding out of school time activities for your child, email [email protected] or visit learn24.dc.gov.