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Noar After-School

For Grades K-6

92Y Noar After-School combines after-school childcare and enrichment programs for children from kindergarten through sixth grade. Children attend one to five days per week. Programs are organized by grade level. Snacks are provided. Tuition is based on the number of days and selection of programs.

The 92Y Noar After-School Program runs from Mon-Fri, Sep through Jun from 3 to 6 pm during the 2017-18 school year. Our staff of counselors and specialists provide a safe and fun-filled environment where children can always feel like they are at home.

Program: Enrichment classes include: drawing and painting, metalwork and jewelry, cartooning, sculpture and pottery, ballet, jazz, tap, modern dance, music technology, swim, tennis, gymnastics, soccer, basketball, cooking and more. Private music lessons may be scheduled. Children may elect to use the Noar After-School Homework Room before or after their scheduled classes.

Transportation to 92Y: Children come from school with the 92Y Noar After-School Transportation Service (school bus/van, walkers depending on distance from 92Y) and 92Y Noar After-School staff accompanies children from school directly to after-school rooms. Transportation is provided from P.S. 6, P.S. 151, P.S. 158, Lab School (P.S. 77), P.S. 198, Manhattan New School (P.S. 290), P.S. 183, Hunter Elementary School and Central Park East 2 and P.S. 171 AND P.S. 527.

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92Y Noar After-School families receive discounts on Mini-Camps and Sunday Science Spectaculars! For more information, call contact the Noar office.

Programs and classes are organized by grade level:

Junior Clubhouse for Kindergartners

The Junior Clubhouse environment is designed specifically for Kindergarten-aged children. When the children arrive, they are greeted by a staff of early childhood educators and college students with a 1:5 staff to student ratio. Monday through Friday, high school volunteers may also provide the Noar staff with assistance in the clubhouse.

When children are not participating in a class, they are able to relax and play games with friends and counselors in Junior Clubhouse, which acts as their "home base." Weather and schedule permitting, Junior Clubhouse uses 92Y's well-equipped play terrace for outdoor time. Snacks are provided twice daily.

Clubhouse I for 1st graders; Clubhouse II for 2nd graders and Clubhouse III for 3rd & 4th graders

When children arrive, they are greeted by a staff of early childhood educators, graduate & college students and with a 1:7 staff to student ratio. Monday through Friday, high school volunteers may also provide the Noar staff with assistance in the clubhouse.

Children take classes offered through our various 92Y departments or may choose from a selection of Noar exclusive classes (tuition varies by option). Enrichment Class offerings consist of classes in sports, art, dance, music and other specialized classes. All children are accompanied to their classes and picked up from class by a counselor.

When children are not participating in a class, they play games and relax with friends and counselors in the Clubhouse, which acts as their "home base."


Snacks are provided twice daily.

Noar Plus 5th & 6th Graders

When Clubhouse children arrive, they are greeted by a staff of educators and college students with a 1:5 staff to child ratio.

Children take classes offered through our various 92Y departments or may choose from a selection of Noar exclusive classes (tuition varies by option). The Clubhouse Enrichment Class Schedule consists of classes in sports, art, dance, music and other specialized classes.

When children are not participating in a class, they play games and relax with friends and counselors in the Clubhouse, which acts as their "home base." Only Noar Plus children are permitted to travel to and from enrichment classes under their own supervision. Additionally, Senior Clubhouse participants may also self-dismiss at the end of the afternoon if a parent has filled out a self-dismissal consent form.

Snacks are provided twice daily.

The After-School Scholarship Program provides opportunities to children and youth in need. Major support for this program comes from the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development and the New York City Council; The Hearst Foundations; The Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation; Helen S. Tanenbaum Fund; and the Leon Lowenstein Foundation, among numerous others.

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For more information, email or call us at 212.415.5624/5638.