Students from kindergarten through high school participate in youth programs at Hall Neighborhood House.
Through art, science, computer class, sports, music, and a safe place to play, we create opportunities for students to learn, grow, express themselves, and build their character.
We accept Care4Kids! For applications and all of the necessary forms, please visit ctcare4kids.com/forms. We are happy to help you with your application.
After School Program
During the school year, students come to Hall Neighborhood House from 3:00-5:00 p.m. The After School Program includes homework help, educational classes, opportunities to be creative, social skill building, and lots of time to play!
In the summer, children from kindergarten to seventh grade participate in all-day programming led by a dynamic team of counselors. Every day, students get to play with friends, learn and grow in a safe place, and try new things like 3D printing, art projects, sports, science, and more.
High School Summer Camp offers older students the opportunity to learn, create, and prepare for life after high school. In addition to creative activities like art, High School Summer Camp includes leadership training, career development assistance, and the opportunity to build important skills including how to find a job, interview, and network.
High school students can learn how to build a resume, interview, develop computer skills, complete college applications, and access financial aid at Hall Neighborhood House’s Career Academy. The program also includes mentoring from current college students and the opportunity to connect with other students pursuing their next steps.
To learn more or sign up, contact Kendra at firstname.lastname@example.org or (203) 692-4584.