Booker T. Washington Community Center currently operates six locations for After School Programming as well as a six week Summer Day Camp.  We serve nearly 500 students on a daily basis throughout the school year.  Here is the breakdown of students served at each location:

Booker T. Washington Community Center: 65

Casey Park Elementary School: 65

Genesee Elementary School: 80

Seward Elementary School: 80

Auburn Junior High School: 100

Auburn High School: 100

Summer Day Camp: 80

For further details pertaining to each individual program, please see below.

Elementary After School Program at BTW

This program is open to all youth within the Auburn Enlarged City School District attending elementary school. Students are either transported by school bus or BTW van to BTW at the end of the school day. Students are provided with academic assistance, life skills, volunteer opportunities, and a nutritious snack and dinner. Daily activities include but are not limited to: arts and crafts, nutrition classes, gardening, music lessons, yoga, field trips, basketball, and much more! The program is available for youth in grades K-6 from 3:15pm-6:15pm on school days. This program is free and registration is required.

Elementary After School Program at Casey Park

This program is open to all youth attending Casey Park Elementary School. Students are provided with project based learning, academic assistance, life skills, volunteer opportunities, and a nutritious snack and dinner. Daily activities include but are not limited to: arts and crafts, nutrition classes, gardening, music lessons, yoga, field trips, basketball, and much more! The program is available for youth in grades K-6 from 3:00pm-6:00pm on school days. This program is free and registration is required.

Elementary After School Program at Seward

This program is open to all youth attending Seward Elementary School. Students are provided with project based learning, academic assistance, life skills, volunteer opportunities, and a nutritious snack and dinner. Daily activities include but are not limited to: arts and crafts, nutrition classes, gardening, music lessons, yoga, field trips, basketball, and much more! The program is available for youth in grades K-6 from 3:00pm-6:00pm on school days. This program is free and registration is required.  Transportation home is provided by bus through the Auburn Enlarged City School District.

Elementary After School Program at Genesee

This program is open to all youth attending Genesee Elementary School. Students are provided with project based learning, academic assistance, life skills, volunteer opportunities, and a nutritious snack and dinner. Daily activities include but are not limited to: arts and crafts, nutrition classes, gardening, music lessons, yoga, field trips, basketball, and much more! The program is available for youth in grades K-6 from 3:00pm-6:00pm on school days. This program is free and registration is required.  Transportation home is provided by bus through the Auburn Enlarged City School District from November 1st through March 31st.

Junior High School After School Program

This program is open to all youth attending the Auburn Junior High School. Students are provided with project based learning, academic assistance, life skills, volunteer opportunities, and a nutritious snack and dinner. Daily activities include but are not limited to: arts and crafts, nutrition classes, gardening, music lessons, yoga, field trips, basketball, and much more! The program is available for youth in grades 7-8 from 2:20pm-6:00pm on school days. This program is free and registration is required.  Transportation home is provided by bus through the Auburn Enlarged City School District.

Junior High School Drop In Program at BTW

This program for youth in grades 7-8 is open from 6:00pm-8:00pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Booker T. Washington Community Center. Activities include computer lab hours, basketball, music, games, karaoke, and much more. This program is free and registration is required. Transportation home is provided by BTW vans.

High School After School Program

This program is open to all youth attending the Auburn High School. Students are provided with project based learning, academic assistance, life skills, volunteer opportunities, and a nutritious snack and dinner. Daily activities include but are not limited to: arts and crafts, nutrition classes, gardening, music lessons, yoga, field trips, basketball, and much more! The program is available for youth in grades 9-12 from 2:20pm-6:00pm on school days. This program is free and registration is required.  Transportation home is provided by bus through the Auburn Enlarged City School District.

High School Drop In Program at BTW

This program for youth in grades 9-12 is open from 6:00pm-8:00pm on Monday and Wednesday evenings at Booker T. Washington Community Center. Activities include computer lab hours, basketball, music, games, karaoke, and much more. This program is free and registration is required. Transportation home is provided by BTW vans.