Serving Youth, Families, Active Adults, and Seniors

PS 115 Out of School Time After-School Program
1500 E 92nd St
Brooklyn, NY 11236

Funded Through - The NYC Department of Youth and Community Development

- Millennium's OST program PS 115 - operates 5 days a week throughout the school year.

Preparing Today's Youth to becoming tomorrows leaders!
Bringing our community together one family at a time!

For More Information or to get involved please contact the Site Director
Marjorie Swan @ 917-968-0193 or
Site Supervisor Nancy Mitchell
@ 718-444-0101 ext 115

At PS 115 After School Program; our main goal is to empower young minds into reaching their maximum potential through learning. Our mission is to provide participants with skills and critical thinking power that they will need to move forward as young adult. Our after school program offers participants a wonderful experience and dynamic transition from their regular school day. The program forms a liaison from regular school supporting, enhancing and giving students the knowledge they need to become well rounded individuals.
With qualified professional staff, participants are given the chance to become involved in a variety programs offered at the after school program. These programs help participants to broaden their thinking skills enhancing them to reach their horizon.

The curriculum involves;
Foreign language: such as Spanish and French.

Arts and Craft and Creative Writing gives participants a chance to expand there thinking skills. This also helps them to put their ideas to work through being involved in making and creating things with their hands.

Computer Training: gives Participants a chance to become familiar with the world of technology.

Health and Fitness is yet another program that helps participants to develop a healthy life style. The participants get involved in running, jogging and various physical activities. Participants are also encouraged to drink water instead of soda and substances that have a high percentage of sugar.

Sports are another part of our program that the children are enthusiastic about. In this department participants get the chance to take part in Football and Basketball. They are also given the opportunity to compete with other after school programs. During Basketball and Football competitions our Cheerleading girls get a chance to show off their talents through different chants and cheers.

When it’s time to chill with friends, participants may have a choice of whether they want to be a part of Board Games which may involve chess to word search and scrabble. A simple game of Connect four gets the children excited.

Dance and Drama gives participants a chance to show off their talents. Participants are given an opportunity to perform for their community leaders showing talents, skills and perfection acquired through Movement, Acting and Dance.

Home work help is done on a daily basis. Staff works with the children to ensure that over fifty percent of their home work is completed
With the above mentioned programs participants are also given the chance to go on various Field Trips giving them an opportunity to gain hands on experience in certain areas of study.

As the Director of the after school program all participants are strongly encouraged to reach their goals and potentials through peer interaction and staff involvement.

- Millennium's OST program PS 115 -
operates 5 days a week throughout the school year.

Our activities include:

  • Homework helper
  • Student leadership
  • Public service announcements
    and other community service programs
  • Food & Nutrition from Cornell University
  • Kidz Lit and Kidz Math
  • Junior Achievement
  • Science
  • Storytime
  • Karate
  • French
  • Creative Writing
  • Music & Movement
  • Scrapbooking
  • Team, tournament, and pick-up sports: basketball, flag football, baseball, track and field, soccer, speedball
  • Newsletter production
  • Arts & Crafts (general)
  • Professional speakers
  • Parent-student events
  • Mural painting
  • Dance
  • Chess
  • Field trips
  • and more…
  • Skills to do well in school, prepare for high school, and become leaders in their future careers and communities.
  • Citizenship, responsibility and discipline
  • Problem-solving techniques
  • Positive self-esteem
  • and more…
Program Highlights
Dads Take Your Child to School Day
Thursday, September 20th, 2012

We're proud of the dads, uncles, grandfathers and other male caregivers that came to celebrate Dads Take Your Child to School Day with us at PS 115. Thank you to PS 115 Principal Denis Guerin and school staff for supporting these male role models.

2331 Bergen Avenue, Brooklyn NY
718-444-0101 Ext 115