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LEAP Afterschool Program Sites

LEAP has seven Afterschool sites in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Brooklyn.

We are proud to be part of SONYC (School’s Out New York City) initiative for middle school students, with our sites participating in this mayorial initiative including J.H.S. 22X, J.H.S. 125X, P.S. 129X, P.S. 228X, P.S. 51K, and M.S. 88K. SONYC offers young people a choice of activity clubs while providing youth leadership, recreation, academic enrichment, and parent involvement. Our seventh site at P.S. 163M is part of the ExpandED Schools Initiative (previously TASC).
  
LEAP's Afterschool sites have been recognized in numerous ways. J.H.S. 22X won the Met Life Foundation and the Afterschool Alliance awards, and LEAP's Jim Pugliese won the Partnership for After School Education (PASE) for his work at J.H.S. 22X. P.S. 163M ExpandED Schools

See below for activities and HIGHLIGHTS from the year!

M.S. 51K
J.H.S. 88K
P.S. 163M
J.H.S. 22X
J.H.S. 125X
P.S. 129X
P.S. 228X
M.S. 323X
Teller Avenue Campus (Bronx)
P.S. 67K

J.H.S. 22X Jordon L. Mott
Monique Jarvis, Site Director

  1. Cheerleading
    Cheerleading
  2. Young Engineers
    Young Engineers
Activities

Cheerleading (R)
Community Action
(L) 
Computer Tech
(S)
Fashion
(R) 
Hip Hop
(R) 
Leadership
(L) 
Literacy
(Li) 
Music Tech
(S) 
Singing Club
(R) 
Sports Camp
(P)
TV Production/Photography
(S)

J.H.S. 125X Henry Hudson
Tricia Frazier, ​Site Director

  1. Dance
    Dance
Activities

Action Theatre (L) 
Art 4 Social Change
(L)
ART Math
(S) 
Basketball Clinic
(L)
Computer Coding
(S) 
Creative Logistics
(L)
Creative Writing (L/Li)
CSAA League Game
(R)
CTA Practice (P)
Dance Mathematics
(S)
Fitness 4 Kids
(P)
Homework Help
(A)
INNER VISIONS
(L) 
Math Skills (S)
ROBOTICS
(S)
Social Action
(L)
Sports
(P)
Sports Management
(L)

M.S. 129X Academy for Independent Learning and Leadership
Michael Yates, Site Director

  1. Drama
    Drama
  2. Band
    Band
Activities

Band Leadership (L)
Band
(Li)
Chess/Board Games
(R)
Culinary Arts
(Li)
Dance
(P)
Drama
(Li)
Fitness / Nutrition
(P)
Graphic Design
(S)
Homework Help
(A)
NBA Math Hoops
(S)
Robotics
(S)
Visual Arts
(Li)
Wrestling
(L)

P.S. 228X Jonas Bronck Academy
Cheavanese Diedrick, Site Director

  1. Sewing
    Sewing
  2. Rugby
    Rugby
Activities

Boxing (P)
Building Beats (S)
Cooking (S)
Fashion Design (S)
Fitness (P)
Homework Help (A)

Leadership through Basketball (L/P)
Leadership through Dance (L)
Leadership through Yoga (L)
Literacy and Cartooning (Li)
Literacy and Theater Arts (Li/A)

Mask Making (A)
Rugby (P)
Soccer (P)

TEKIntellect Robotics (S)
Video Game Design (S)

M.S. 51K William Alexander
Jeneen Garcia, Site Director

  1. Music and Technology
    Music and Technology
  2. Freestyle Friday
    Freestyle Friday
Activities

Comic Book Making (Li)
Creative Arts
(Li)
Creative Writing
(Li)
Drama
(A)
Drum and Dance Team
(A)
Fitness
(P)
Girl Talk
(L)
Minecraft
(S)

Music and Tech (S)
Speech and Debate
(L)
Student Leadership/Team Building
(L)
Study Hall
(A)

What is The Internet? (S)
Yoga and Meditation Group
(P)

J.H.S. 88K Peter Rouget
Claude Joseph, Site Director

  1. Building Bridges
    Building Bridges
  2. Chess
    Chess
Activities

Anime Club (Li)  
Artistry of Hair
(A)  
Basketball
(P)  
Big Shot Camera
(S)  
Build it Bridges
(S)
Building Beats
(S)
Building Community
(L)  
Chess
(Li)
City Shots
(S)
Coding 
(S)  
Creative Self
(Li)  
CrossFit
(P)  
Derma Therapy
(S)  
DJ Beats
(S)  
Fiber Arts
(Li)  
Flag Football
(P)  
Foodies Photography
(S)  
Free Style Basketball
(P)
Game On!
(S)
Green Team (S)
Hero Challenge  (L)
Hip Hop Moves
(P)
iMovie
(S)
Jewelry Free Design
(S)  
Just Dance
(P)
Making Proud Choices
(L)
Math in Motion
(S)
Minecraft 2
(S)
Photography
(S)  
Round Robin
(P)  
Scratch
(S)
Scratch da Beat
(S)  
Secret of Towers
(S)  
Self-Defense
(P)
Sister to Sister
(L) 
Soccer
(P)
Sugar Scrub
(S)
Visual Arts
(Li)
Web Design
(S)
Xtreme Sports
(P)
Zumba
(P)

P.S. 163M Alfred E. Smith
Seth Goldberg, Site Director

  1. Fitness
    Fitness
  2. Break Dancing
    Break Dancing
Activities

Homework Help (A)
PenPal Club (Li)
Sports and Fitness Club (P)
Percussion Club (A)
Knitting Club (A)
The Art of Rap (A)
Photography and Newsletter Club (S/Li/L)
Cooking Club (S)
Drama (A/Li)
Dance (A/P)
Football (P/L)
Basketball (P/L)
Hockey (P/L)
Visual Arts and Gardening (S)
Chess (S)
Break-Dancing (P/A)

M.S. 323X
Information coming soon...

Teller Avenue Campus (Bronx)
Information coming soon...

P.S. 67K
Information coming soon...

Highlights from the Year

Empowerment through Sports

  1. Managing Director
  2. Managing Director
  3. Managing Director
On February 4th, we celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day by spotlighting some of our afterschool sites' sports teams:

J.H.S. 22 in the Bronx recently launched a 16-team, four divisional, pre- New York City Middle School Basketball Season.
 
P.S. 163 in Manhattan has moved from Football to Soccer, and the girls that participate, says Site Director Seth Goldberg, have an "additional sense of self-worth, strength, and equality."

At P.S. 51 in Brooklyn, girls and boys participate in a general fitness class and explore the emotional power of yoga. 
 
Monique Jarvis, Site Director of J.H.S. 22X LEAP Afterschool, says, "It is a bold and audacious move to bring together 300 middle school students from sometimes warring schools, put them in one building and say, "play ball" and "get along" and "no fights!"
 
LEAP afterschool proves the benefits of sports to a student's social and emotional growth every day!

J.H.S. 22X - Making a Difference

LEAP works with students in afterschool programs in all five boroughs and runs seven major sites in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens. One of these is LEAP's Afterschool site at The Jordon L. Mott School J.H.S. 22 in the Bronx. Students at J.H.S. 22X often witness violence in their community which has 40% of its population living below the poverty line. For 10 years, LEAP has run an after-school program, currently run by Site Director Monique Jarvis, and with her dedicated team of educators and staff, has been changing the lives of these middle school students... CLICK HERE to read more!

J.H.S. 22X - Young Engineers Program

Watch this VIDEO by the NYC Department of Design and Construction featuring students at 22X and LEAP Site Director Monique Jarvis!
 
The pilot program of the NYC Department of Design and Construction’s (DDC’s) STEAM Young Engineers Program was launched at MS 22 in the South Bronx in March of 2014.
 
 

J.H.S. 22X - Basketball Championship

5 of LEAP's Afterschool teams competed in the 2nd Annual NYCMSBL Pre-Season 4-Divisional Basketball Season! On Saturday, November 21, nearly 300 people consisting of 14 middle school teams, their coaches, and family members converged at LEAP's J.H.S. 22  site and went bout to bout for the Championship Title! Program Director Monique Jarvis stated "In neighborhoods like Morrisania, after school programs are charged with showing youth how to rebuild, invest in and celebrate community development. It's an honor to be able to spearhead activities like this that a re far-reaching in bringing youth together and providing opportunities for them to be successful."
 

J.H.S. 22X - The Ingenuity of Young Engineers

On Thursday, November 5th, The students of J.H.S. 22X presented their Engineered Insulated Homes, the final project of their Curriculum Unit at the Young Engineers Program Showcase focused on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Architecture / Art, and Mathematics). LEAP, along with the DDC and the DYCD, hosted the event.
 

M.S. 51K - The Modern Minecraft Aqueduct

M.S. 51 Students used their research on the Catskill Aqueducts to design their own virtual aqueducts in Minecraft for a Video Game Afterschool Program with LEAP Teaching Artist Christine Bard.
 
Click on the video on the right to see what the students have created!
 

M.S. 51K - Creative Young Writers

M.S. 51 Students are working on a creative writing blog! Click here to see the students' blogposts!
 
An excerpt from a student's work:
 
Once upon a time there was an old woman.
She loved gold coins. One day, she died. With her eyes open, and two gold coins in her hands.
One day a random old man walked past her body...