After School Options for the 2015–2016 School Year
ON SITE AT P.S. 110:
Henry Street Settlement’s Youth in Unity Program
Youth In Unity at P.S. 110 is in one of the city’s oldest standing schools and Henry Street's longest-running after-school collaboration. Every day from 3 to 5:30 p.m., this free program serves children in kindergarten through fifth grade, providing a snack, homework assistance, individual and group counseling, and a diverse menu of recreational and enrichment offerings. Slots are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, but only to families in need of services because of their working hours and/or school hours. 

For more information, please contact Danielle Morales, Program Coordinator, at 212-254-3100, ext. 261.

Afterschool Academy @ Beyond Martial Arts
69 Columbia Street (ages 4 and up). 

This tuition-based program offers pick-up at P.S. 110, snack, homework help and karate lessons. For more information, please call 212-777-0071.

Chinatown YMCA Afterschool Program
at M.S. 131 at 100 Hester Street (grades K-5). 

The Y offers pick-up at P.S. 110 if ten (10) or more P.S. 110 students enroll. In addition to homework help, this tuition-based program (financial aid is available, ACD vouchers are accepted) offers organized activities including sports, arts & crafts and special events.

For more information, call 212-912-2463 or stop by the Y at 100 Hester Street. This afterschool program begins on September 4, 2014. (Registration forms are also available at PS 110.)

Afterschool at the 14th Street Y
344 E. 14th Street between 1st and 2nd Aves. (grades K-5). 

This tuition-based program at the Sol Goldman Y offers pick-up at P.S. 110 (for an additional charge). Participants enjoy thematic programming, arts enrichment activities, special interest classes, character education and sports and fitness. Each day includes snacks and homework help, and there is swimming on both Monday and Friday afternoons. The Afterschool Enrichment classes are included in the base cost of the program. For an additional fee, students may also take part in more classes at the Y, including ballet, swimming lessons, gymnastics, capoeira, basketball, soccer and more! The 14th Street Y also runs holiday programs during school breaks and half days. Children must be registered for Kindergarten to participate in the program.

Afterschool runs from Tuesday, September 9, 2014 through June 19, 2015.

Contact Director of Youth Programs, Chloe Markowitz at 646-395-4356 or by email at: for more information. You can also check out this program and get an application by visiting

Boys’ Club of New York
286 E. 10th at Ave. A (boys only, ages 6–up). 

This program has a nominal $5.00 fee for the school year and offers tutoring, homework help and more. Additional details can be obtained by calling Boys’ Club Director Shea Gaddis at 212-533-2550 or stopping by their historic building at 286 East 10th Street. The hours of the program are 3:00 – 7:45 pm (earlier for younger students). The afterschool program begins September 15, 2015 through the last day of school.

Bernard Baruch Community Center
605 FDR Drive (ages 6 – 12 years).
This free program offers homework assistance, computer lab, chess, recreational fitness, and field trips and runs from September 4 through the last day of school, from 3- 5:30 pm. Call or email Vickie Lamb at 212-477-2541 if you are interested. Applications are available at the Center.

The Lower Eastside Girls Club Center
101 Avenue D
They may offer afterschool options for girls (of a certain age) living on the Lower Eastside. Call 212-982-1633 for more information.