Serving Youth, Families, Active Adults, and Seniors
MS 318 Junior High School Out of School Time Program
190 Beach 110th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11239

Funded Through - The NYC Department of Youth and Community Development

The MS 318 OST after-school program is dedicated to helping students with their social, emotional, and cognitive development.

We strive to give students the opportunity to learn from our wonderful staff which includes professionals (teachers), college students (graduates and undergraduates), certified child care providers, and dedicated adults.

The students are given the chance to develop leadership skills and gain social interactions. We provide a variety of educational and recreational activities. At the MS 318 OST after-school program we provide the students with a nutritional snack, homework assistance, field trips, leadership council, chess club, basketball, football and many sport and recreation activities.

This program offers students and parents another outlet from 2:45pm through 6:00pm, Tuesday through Thursday.

For More Information or to get involved please contact
The Site Director
Joseph Heaney @ 718-986-0627
or @ 718-444-0101 ext 115
Homework Assistance:
This activity consist of dedicated counselors helping students with their homework, and also giving them the extra assistance that they need in all of their academic studies.

Computer Class:
Computer Class: Students learn how to work with computers, using up-to-date technology to work on personal projects.


Students learn the basic skills of the game of chess. This recreational and competitive game helps the children develop analytical, synthetic and decision-making skills which they can transfer to real life situations. Chess also allows them to use their thinking skills, analyze actions and consequences, and visualize future possibilities.Participants are also encouraged to learn by teaching through a mentoring program with elementary feeder school students.

Dance Class:
This activity consists of different dances that the students learn from a professional dance instructor. This class teaches students how to choreograph different movement to music to perform a dance routine.

Leadership Council:
Students learn how to work within their community to help keep it clean and safe. They also develop awareness about what goes on in the community such as the political aspect of how money is given to the community to help businesses, homeowners, schools, and the maintenance of the community.

Students at MS 318 participate in various sports activities such as basketball, soccer, tennis, softball, and volleyball, football, etc. These activities teach competitiveness, sportsmanship, teamwork (for the team based sports) and physical conditioning.
2331 Bergen Avenue, Brooklyn NY
718-444-0101 Ext 115