The Learning Center (TLC) houses physical classroom spaces at Sportsmen’s and it also represents our academic and enrichment community. It includes comprehensive, year-round academic and social programs for students in grades K-12.
The Learning Center offers after-school academic instruction and homework support for elementary, middle and high school students. Out of school learning time is also offered on Saturdays with an early elementary literacy program as well as gender-specific leadership development classes with a focus on social/emotional wellness. All academic and enrichment programs are paired with tennis.
Learn more about our programs:
School To Sportsmen’s daily intensive after-school support to a cohort of 75 students. Our goal is to provide youth with quality out-of-school time experiences that develop skills such as perseverance, kindness and critical thinking and support success in school and beyond.
Summer Camp Academic Enrichment: includes structured reading time in addition to daily academic enrichment activities to address the skills drop-off that occurs when students are not actively engaged in literacy and math.
Summer Learning Project (SLP): Co-managed by Boston Public Schools and Boston After School & Beyond, this full-day, integrated learning experience aims to prevent “summer slippage” and shares the common goal of academic progress in math and language arts, and improvement in the ACT skills.
HEY (High Energy Young) Sister: a free leadership and mentoring program, which allows girls to explore important issues such as health and wellness, financial literacy, social activism, healthy relationships and college and career exploration.
DEUCE (Don’t Ever Underestimate Consistent Effort) Boys: a free leadership and mentoring program for boys following the same program model as HEY Sister.