Clubhouses

Located in East Palo Alto, East Menlo Park, and Redwood City CA our clubhouses are designed to be a safe place for youth to belong. Clubhouses are open from 2pm-8pm for youth age 6-18. They’re a place to be with positive peer groups and adults who care, who mentor, and who inspire. They’re a safe haven. Here young people find the support they need to face challenges and fulfill potential.  In our most challenged neighborhoods, our clubs provide the opportunities kids lack, so they can thrive.


School Sites

The five K-8 extended learning sites comprise the Center for a New Generation (CNG), an innovative academic and enrichment program designed and run in collaboration with schools, districts, cities, nonprofits, and families. In the neighborhoods served by CNG, less than half of all students graduate from high school. Over the past seven years, 80% of students who attended CNG through the eighth grade have gone on to graduate from high school-improving on the neighborhood average by approximately 30%. Apply now


Teen Center

Every morning, youth attend three hours of academic instruction led by certified teachers and trained staff. Morning academics center on literacy, science and math to keep academic skills fresh for the school year. After classes, youth have an afternoon filled with project-based learning electives to encourage well-rounded skill sets and positive attitudes toward learning. Afternoon enrichment activities focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), creative expression, and character development. Applications open in March


Summer Academy

Every morning, youth attend three hours of academic instruction led by certified teachers and trained staff. Morning academics center on literacy, science and math to keep academic skills fresh for the school year. After classes, youth have an afternoon filled with project-based learning electives to encourage well-rounded skill sets and positive attitudes toward learning. Afternoon enrichment activities focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), creative expression, and character development. Applications open in March