Middle School Age

Queens Community House offers several After School and Summer Camp Programs for children in grades 6-8. All of our programs offer academic enrichment activities that are age appropriate, help participants learn new skills and improve academically, and are consistent with school-day learning activities. As youth development centers, our programs are designed to help students express themselves creatively, learn life and communication skills, and improve self-esteem.

A balanced mix of high-quality educational, recreational, enrichment and cultural activities are offered through: 

  • Enrichment-STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) 
  • Literacy Learning that incorporates theater, music, dance, and other creative arts 
  • Leadership Development that fosters service learning and civic engagement
  • Physical Activity/Recreation and Healthy Living
  • Field Trips
  • Academic Support 
  • Summer Camp available at some sites 


Contact Information

I.S. 145

  • 33-34 80th Street, Jackson Heights, NY 11372
  • Contact: Brian Lugo
  • 929-431-3782
  • blugo@qchnyc.org

J.H.S. 217

M.S. 358

J.H.S. 157

Queens College School for Math, Science & Technology

  • 148-20 Reeves Street, #116C, Flushing, NY 11367
  • Contact: Diana Jadunandan
  • 929-426-3467
  • djadunandan@qchnyc.org

Queens Collegiate: A College Board School

  • 167-01 Gothic Drive, Jamaica, NY 11432
  • Contact: Tiffany Calder
  • 347-356-8836
  • tcalder@qchnyc.org

The Young Women’s Leadership School

Beacon Community Center at J.H.S. 190

  • 68-17 Austin Street, Forest Hills, NY 11375
  • Contact: Isidro Fortuna
  • 347-556-7964
  • ifortuna@qchnyc.org

Beacon Community Center at M.S. 210

  • 93-11 101st Ave, Ozone Park, NY 11416
  • Contact: Kelly Legg
  • 929-509-0909
  • klegg@qchnyc.org

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