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After School Program

Join our After School Program

With generous support from the Department of Youth and Community Development, Brooklyn Children’s Museum (BCM) is able to offer a tuition-free after school program, Monday through Friday from 2:30pm to 5:45pm, September 29, 2020 to June 11, 2020 at P.S. 189 located at 1100 East New York Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11212. All participants will be provided a snack during the program. This opportunity is available to children entering Grades K-5 in the 2020-2021 school year.

We are accepting applications from Monday, September 14 to Monday, November 2, 2020.
This year we will be offering both remote and limited in-person programming due to COVID-19 concerns.

To enroll your child(ren):

STEP 1: Complete the Web Form

Fill out and submit the BCM 2020-2021 After School Web Form:

Fill out my online form.

STEP 2: Register Your Child Using The Discover DYCD Website

Due to Covid-19 concerns we will be accepting applications ONLINE ONLY. Online registration will be processed through the Discover DYCD website.

Discover DYCD is a streamlined way to apply to BCM’s After School without the use of paper applications. It’s fast, easy, and 100% contact free!

A completed health form stamped by a doctor can be submitted AFTER you have received confirmation that your child has been accepted into the program.

Admission to the program is determined by a lottery, which gives preference to families that attend our parent orientation and to siblings of selected applicants.

Parent Orientation

This year Parent Orientations will be hosted remotely via Zoom.
Meeting Link (Code: 448 267 5215)

The dates of the Parent Orientations are:

  • Friday, September 18 at 6:00pm
  • Monday, September 21 at 6:00pm
  • Friday, September 25 at 6:00pm

More Information

Contact After School Program Manager Kwame Brandt-Pierce with any questions at kbpierce@brooklynkids.org (Please write “BCM After School” in the subject of the email).

Brooklyn Children’s Museum’s After School program is supported by the Department of Youth and Community Development of the City of New York; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council and Council Member Alicka Ampry-Samuel.