Centers of Hope Afterschool Program

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Due to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the City of Atlanta Department of Parks and Recreation Centers for Hope Afterschool Meal Program will operate on a modified schedule.

Please continue to follow all precaution and safety guidelines during this time. The City has also posted prevention information and additional resources related to COVID-19 on its website here

Recommended CDC safety guidelines can be found online

  


 

Contact Information
City of Atlanta
Office of Recreation
55 Trinity Avenue, SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

 

Tiffani Bryant
Program Director

TDBryant@atlantaga.gov

The Centers of Hope afterschool program provides engaging educational, recreational, and cultural programming. Our safe, supportive, and structured environment promotes a healthy and active young lifestyle. The combination of education and play empower our youth to tackle the next school day with a positive outlook on life and community.  

Locations: Adams Park, Arthur Langford Jr., Anthony Flanagan, Bessie Branham, C.T. Martin, Dunbar, Grant Park, Grove Park, Rev. James Orange, M.L. King, Jr., Peachtree Hills, Perkerson, Pittman, Rosel Fann, South Bend, William Walker

 

Registration Fees: Residents | $35.00 per week, Non-Residents | $110.00 per week

ATLANTA TEEN LEADERS (ATL) Ages 13 – 18
Thế giới cáThe ATL program gets teens involved in their community while receiving leadership training throughout the school year. We aim to serve educating, empowering, and equipping young people to set personal goals, operate with high moral and ethical standards, and professional development.

 Locations: Adams Park, Bessie Branham, Central, C.T. Martin, Dunbar, Grant Park, Grove Park, James Orange, M.L. King, Jr., Peachtree Hills, Perkerson, Pittman, Rosel Fann, William Walker

 *Afterschool Programming will follow the 2019-2020 APS student calendar and will not meet on days that Atlanta Public Schools are cancelled. 

 


Culture Club (Ages 5 - 12)
Culture Club provides arts, cultural, academic enrichment. Participants received a healthy snack and homework assistance from the Afterschool local artists and organizations like Atlanta Music Project and Dance Canvas. Examples of classes offered include performing and visual arts, string instruments, and choral instruction.

 

Locations: The Gilbert House, South Bend Center for Arts and Culture

Registration Fees:
Residents $35 per week,
Non-residents $110 per week

Afterschool All - Inclusive Therapeutic Center (Ages 5 - 17) Coan Park Recreation Center offers a variety of adaptive sports and therapeutic programs for participants with special needs. Programs include Beep Baseball. Beep Kickball, Beep Goalball, and theater. Please call Coan Park Recreation Center for more information.


Registration Fees:
Residents $35 per week,
Non-residents $110 per week

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