Our Youth Programs

The Richmond Neighborhood Center offers a wide variety of fun, supportive before and after school programs for youth at nine Richmond District public schools, ranging from elementary to high school. Whether students are looking for an engaging educational experience, sports and recreational activities, or just some homework help, our experienced staff are here to provide an enriching environment and the resources they need to succeed.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, San Francisco public schools remain closed. All of the Neighborhood Center’s youth programs will be held remotely during the fall term. For more information about specific programs, please visit the program pages below.

 

Elementary School Programs

Since 1988, The Richmond Neighborhood Center has provided high-quality enrichment programming to elementary-aged youth in the Richmond District. Today, we provide families at five elementary schools with after school programs that are safe, fun, academically enhancing and culturally relevant. Programs encourage youth to be curious and build strong relationships by practicing social and emotional learning and offering one-on-one case management and social groups to those in need…

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Middle School Programs

The Richmond Neighborhood Center offers robust Beacon programming for youth and their families at Roosevelt & Presidio Middle Schools. Programs include homework/tutoring, identity based clubs, career exploration, family engagement opportunities, recreational/wellness activities, case management and numerous enrichment opportunities based upon the needs and desires of the school community…

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High School Programs

The Richmond Neighborhood Center offers age appropriate after school programs for high school youth at both George Washington & Wallenberg High Schools. Students have access to academic supports as well as…

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