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After School Programs / Camps

Drama Kids of North Columbus

Drama Kids offers drama programs, classes and summer camps. They are open enrollment during most of the year, but primarily serves the Olentangy Local School District.
8917 South Old State Road, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
(740) 201-1070
dramakids.com/north-columbus-oh

Columbus Children’s Theatre

Offers theatre classes, summer camps and private lessons for kids and teens. Private lesson subjects include: Acting, Voice, Dance, Flute and Piano.
512 North Park Street, Columbus, Ohio, 43215
(614) 224-6672
columbuschildrenstheatre.org

Actors’ Theatre of Columbus

Offers kid and teen theatre classes and summer camps. They provide actors of all experience levels a safe place to grow and strengthen their performing skills.
1000 City Park Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43206
(614) 444-6888
theactorstheatre.org

Ohio History Connection (formerly Ohio Historical Society)

Offers spring and summer camp programs at the Ohio History Center and Ohio Village. Each camp is one week long and programs are geared toward kids age 6-14 years-old.
Ohio History Center & Ohio Village
800 East Seventeenth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
(614) 297-2300 or (800) 686-6124
ohiohistory.org

Columbus Learning Cooperative

The Columbus Learning Cooperative is a holistic alternative to the traditional school environment. Participants (ages 10 to 18 years old) register as home school students and then meet with our mentors to determine their unique education plan, with no high-stakes testing, no standardized curriculum, integrated age levels and a flexible schedule. They work with students in the self-directed learning model.
731 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 943-3252
learning.coop

Columbus & Franklin County Metro Parks

Represents 16 natural area parks with more than 200 miles of trails in central Ohio. Go online to find the location nearest you and find out about upcoming programs, events and or summer programs.
1069 West Main Street, Westerville, Ohio 43081
(614) 891-0700 or (614) 508-8000
metroparks.net

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a botanical landmark and cultural attraction featuring plant collections and gardens, seasonal art- and nature-based exhibitions, and an array of educational opportunities and special events for visitors of all ages.
1777 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43203
(614) 715-8000
fpconservatory.org

Gladden Community House

  • Youth Services & Preschool – Provide educational intervention led by licensed social workers through small group, individual, and family sessions to help children develop important life skills; as well as preschool, after-school, summer day camp and team sport programming.
  • Gladden Food Pantry – Provides emergency food assistance to households living within the service area (zip codes 43222, 43223, and 43215). Other services available at the pantry: home delivery to people with disabilities, on-site Ohio Benefit Bank screenings for SNAP/food stamps, and donated diapers made available. Contact for hours of operation.
  • Community Service Department – They provide emergency financial assistance, access to The Breathing Association mobile medical unit and help stabilize and support Franklin County families at risk of becoming homeless. They also offer case management services, linkage to community resources, and parenting and financial literacy classes.

183 Hawkes Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223
(614) 227-1600
gladdenhouse.org

Broad Street United Methodist Church Manna Cafe & Open Shelter

Dinner is served every Wednesday through the Manna Cafe’. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday the Open Shelter provides dinner and other emergency needs. Call for serving times. They also provide holiday assistance, emergency assistance, and host their Heart of the City CDF Freedom Schools’ summer program.
501 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 221-4571
broadstreetumc.net/ministries/serving-others

Ohio Wildlife Center (OWC)

Offers summer day camps, group programs and tours, workshops, career exploration and skill-building programs in a wildlife education center setting through internships. High school and college students can volunteer for school credit, fulfill community service obligations or learn more about animal-related professions.
6131 Cook Road, Powell, Ohio 43065
(614) 734-9453
ohiowildlifecenter.org

Columbus Urban League (CUL)

The Columbus Urban League (CUL) is a community‐based, non‐profit, advocacy organization that works to empower African Americans and marginalized groups through economic, educational and social progress with programs, classes and services. There initiatives fall under six categories:

  • Restoring Citizens
  • Keeping My Home
  • Growing Our Kids
  • Money & Mortgages
  • Jobs & Training
  • African American Male Initiative

788 Mount Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203
(614) 257-6300
cul.org

Action for Children

Provides child care and early learning information free of charge for parents, including year-round parenting classes for parents with kids of all ages throughout Central Ohio and information about choosing quality child care. They also assist people who operate home-based childcare.

78 Jefferson Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 224-0222 or (855) 302-4453 or TTY (800) 750-0750
actionforchildren.org

African American & African Studies Community Extension Center (AAASCEC)

Offers many programs for youth, including a week-long summer overnight program at OSU for high school students, poetry workshops, computer classes and a science club. Programs are designed to provide students with an appreciation for African American culture. Financial help is available, and many of the activities are free.
905 Mount Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203
(614) 292-3922
http://aaascec.osu.edu

After School All-Stars (ASAS) Ohio

Provides free after school programs for elementary and middle-school aged youth, programs including academics, enrichment activities, and health and fitness. The ASAS Columbus program serves at several Columbus City School locations (specific schools are listed on their website as they change from time to time).
1743 West Lane Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43221
(614) 257-1678
ASAS Columbus: columbusasas.org
ASAS Ohio: asasohio.org

American Camp Association (ACA)

Allows individuals to find camps that are accredited by the ACA. Families can search for a camp according to age, location, activities, special needs, cost and more.
5000 State Rd 67 North, Martisnville, Indiana 46151
(800) 428-2267
www.acacamps.org/ohio

American Legion Auxiliary of Ohio Buckeye Girls State

Girls State is for teens entering their senior year of high school who are in good academic standing and want to learn how government works, develop leadership skills and practice good citizenship. The week-long program is offered every summer to more than 900 girls across Ohio.
PO Box 2760, Zanesville, Ohio 43702
(740) 452-8245
buckeyegirlsstate.org

American Legion Buckeye Boys State

Boys State is for teens entering their senior year of high school who are in good academic standing and want to learn how government works, develop leadership skills and practice good citizenship. The program is offered every summer to more than 1200 boys across Ohio.
PO Box 8007, Delaware, Ohio 43015
(740) 362-7478
ohiobuckeyeboysstate.com

Asian American Community Services (AACS)

Provides a variety of services for the Asian community:

    • After school and summer tutoring and mentoring programs for Asian Americans in grades K to 12, including educational, ESOL and college prep activities
    • Family Support Program (counseling) for victims of bullying, domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and hate crimes
    • 24-hour interpreting / translation services
    • Computer and English classes
    • Career and college development workshops
    • Free health clinic and Hepatitis B testing

4700 Reed Road, Upper Arlington, Ohio 43220
Main Line: (614) 220-4023
Interpreting Hotline: (614) 216-4988
aacsohio.org

Audubon Summer Adventure Camp

Offers themed camps, including outdoor safety, flying animals and nature-based art for students entering grades 1 to 5. There is also a leadership skills program for students entering grades 6 to 8. Week-long, day sessions are available at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center, and scholarships are available.
505 West Whittier Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 545-5475
grange.audubon.org

BalletMet Summer Dance Camp

Full and half-day summer camps for children ages 5 to 13 are available to help children learn ballet, tap, modern jazz, yoga, improvisation, music and more.
322 Mount Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 229-4860
www.balletmet.org

Bexley Recreation & Parks Jeffrey Summer Camp

Full-day and half-day camps are available during the summer for children ages 4 to those entering grade 9.
165 North Parkview Avenue, Bexley, Ohio 43209
(614) 559-4300
www.bexley.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio

The community-based program matches children ages 5 to 14 with an older Big Brother or Big Sister friend. The school-based program in Franklin, Union and Delaware counties allows students to meet once a week at their school with a mentor who can help them reach career and academic goals. In Franklin County, they reach out to Spanish-speaking youth and families through their Hispanic Mentoring Program.
1855 East Dublin Granville Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
(614) 839-2447
bbbscentralohio.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters Oty’Okwa Summer Camp

Offers week-long, overnight programs during the summer for children ages 6 to 14. The camp is in Hocking Hills. Reduced fees are available for children enrolled with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
1855 East Dublin-Granville Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
(614) 839-2447
http://campotyokwa.org

Bold Columbus Summer Leadership Camp

Offers a low-cost outdoor leadership program for Franklin County youth ages 9 – 12. Based at Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park just west of downtown Columbus, Bold Columbus provides fun and educational experiences, including group challenges, leadership training, team games, nature education, arts and crafts, outdoor cooking and more.
1775 Darby Creek Drive, Galloway, Ohio 43119
(614) 813-0351
boldcolumbus.org

Boy Scouts of America Simon Kenton Council

This program serves 17 counties in central Ohio and includes around 35,000 youth members. It builds on the strong traditions of youth and community service, including cub scouts for boys ages 7 to 10, boy scouts for boys ages 11 to 18 and venturing for boys and girls ages 14 to 21. They offer year-round camping opportunities.
807 Kinnear Road, Columbus, Ohio 43212
(800) 433-4051 or (614) 436-7200
www.skcscouts.org

Boys & Girls Clubs of Columbus

Serves youth ages 6 to 18 from all over Columbus. For a very low cost, the club provides members with access to after school programs (like tutoring, job-readiness and career preparation mentoring, STEM and more), gymnasiums, play areas, teen centers and libraries. They offer summer programs and scholarships available as well.

  • Administrative Offices
    1108 City Park Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43206
    (614) 221-8830
  • J. Ashburn Jr. Clubhouse
    85 Clarendon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223
    (614) 221-8830 ext. 203
  • KIPP Clubhouse
    2750 Agler Road, Columbus, Ohio 43224
  • Milo-Grogan Clubhouse
    1012 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
    (614) 294-4366
  • Pheasant Run Clubhouse
    2680 Orono Pike, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
  • R.I.S.E. Clubhouse
    68 East Second Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
  • South Side Clubhouse
    280 Reeb Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43207
    (614) 468-9299
  • UA/Metro Clubhouse
    1929 Kenny Road, Columbus, Ohio 43210
    (614) 221-8830 ext. 207
  • Westside Clubhouse
    115 South Gift Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 221-8830

bgccolumbus.org

Camp Corral for Military Kids

Camp Corral is a free summer camp for military children ages 8 to 15.  Priority enrollment is given to children of wounded, disable or fallen servicemen and servicewomen. The camp is a week-long helps kids learn new skills, build character and make new friends while enjoying the outdoors.  Complete their online application for enrollment or call the hotline below for more information.
801 North West Street, Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
(855) 605-1267
www.campcorral.org

Camp COSI

Summer day camps and camps during winter and school holidays are offered to children in grades K-12. Financial aid is available, and themes include space, robotics, dinosaurs and more.
333 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(888) 819-2674 or (614) 228-2674
cosi.org

Camp Lionheart

This summer camp is a free, week-long, overnight grief camp for children and teens who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. Camp Lionheart is full of regular summer camp activities such as swimming, hiking, games and crafts, while incorporating structured grief group counseling sessions with trained, licensed professionals. The camp takes place at Camp Otyokwa in Hocking Hills.
Administration Office: 1016 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43206
Camp Location: 24799 Purcell Road, South Bloomingville, Ohio 43152
(614) 506-7959
camplionheart.org

Camp Wyandot

Offers overnight camps, day camps, family camps and grief camps. Camp Wyandot in Hocking Hills is the site for many programs, but other programs are located near Columbus.
1890 Northwest Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43212
(614) 481-8227
www.campwyandot.org

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Disease Detective Camp

The Global Health Odyssey Museum, in association with the Smithsonian Institution, presents this academic day camp in Atlanta for students who will be high school juniors and seniors. Campers learn how the CDC safeguards the nation’s health and learn about careers in public health. The program is free, but campers must pay for their own lunches and transportation.
1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30333
(800) 232-4636
cdc.gov/museum/camp/detective/index.htm

Central Community House Youth & Family Services

Children in grades 1 through 8 are transported to and from several schools in southeastern Franklin County for before and after school care. Children and teens can also participate in summer and after school programs.
1150 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 252-3157
www.cchouse.org

Christian Assembly

Offers low-cost summer camps for students in grades 3 through 5.
4099 Karl Road, Columbus, Ohio 43224
(614) 261-8440
christianassembly.com

Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center (CRC)

  • The CRC Family Services help is provided in many areas including food, housing, health care and transportation.
  • The Youth Services – Kids Club afterschool program provides a safe and nurturing environment for youth in grades K-5 at various locations. They offer homework assistance, tutoring with a reading specialist, individual reading time, and activities that foster youth’s development of appropriate social skills.
  • The Kindship Care Program supports relative caregivers who have taken custody of children who cannot be cared for by their parents. The program helps children avoid placement in a non-related foster home when parents are absent, and therefore helps them maintain stability in their education.

Office: 3222 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43202
Food Pantry: 14 West Lakeview Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43202
(614) 268-3539
clintonvillecrc.org

Columbus Academy Summer Experience

Offers week-long day camp programs in academics, arts & sciences, and athletics. There are many weekly sessions to choose from, starting in June and going through August. There are programs for Pre-K through 12th grade, including before and after care options, as well as courses for high school credit. Programs are very diverse and include themes such as skateboarding, coding, fashion design, sailing, ice hockey, languages, drones, musical instruments and many more. Participants do not have to be Columbus Academy students. They also have a “Family” division that includes Caregiver and Young Child, Grown Up and Child, and Adult/Senior classes that meet once a week at convenient times for all.
4300 Cherry Bottom Road, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
(614) 509-2267
www.columbusacademy.org

Columbus Children’s Choir

Offers vocal instruction and music education to young singers in Central Ohio ages 5-18.  Financial aid is available to students who currently qualify for free or reduced school meals.  Contact directly for costs and payment plan details.
760 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 220-5555
www.columbuschildrenschoir.org

Columbus City Schools Adult & Community Education (ACE)

Offers support services for families, with classes at different sites throughout Franklin County. They have free GED prep and ESOL classes for adults, and basic skills literacy classes for adults, as well as vocational training programs for adults (like nursing). They also offer low-cost online adult classes.
270 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 365-6000
ccsoh.us/ace.aspx

Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD) Programs

Creative Summer Workshops are a series of intensive workshops for youth in grades 1 through 12, offering quality art instruction taught by arts professionals. They also offer Saturday Morning Art Classes, which provide art and design education to children in grades 1 through 12. Scholarships are available.
60 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 222-9101
www.ccad.edu

Columbus Council on World Affairs

Provides excellent programs for Columbus high school teens who are interested in leadership and international issues. Students collaborate with community groups and businesses to learn skills in areas such as interacting with the media, making legislative change, direct social service, event planning, speech-making and more.
51 Jefferson Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 229-4599
columbusworldaffairs.org

Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML)

The Columbus Metropolitan Library has 23 branch locations throughout Columbus, Ohio where you are able to. Examples of all their free services include: adult learning and GED classes, technology training, ESOL, adaptive services, research and consumer tools, Storytime, Ready for Kindergarten classes, summer reading club, homework help, Reading Buddies and more.
96 South Grant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-2275
columbuslibrary.org

Columbus Montessori Education Center

Camp Montessori is for grades 1 to 6 and includes local field trips, special guests, and private morning swimming lessons at the Eastmoor pool. The Children’s House Summer Program is for ages 3 to 6. Two sessions are available with all-day or morning options.
979 South James Road, Columbus, Ohio 43227
(614) 231-3790, ext. 22
http://columbusmontessori.org

Columbus Museum of Art Summer Programs

Offers a host of activities, such as drawing, art programs, family programs, musical performances and free admission to the museum during the summer months.
480 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 221-6801
www.columbusmuseum.org

Columbus Parent Magazine Summer Guide

Publishes a directory of summer camps in the Columbus area every year. Go online to see their most recent list of summer camps.
7801 North Central Drive, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
(614) 461-8878
www.columbusparent.com

Columbus Recreation & Parks APPS (Applications for Purpose, Pride & Success)

Is a violence reducation program offered to youth ages 14-21, living in zip codes 43207, 43203, 43223, and 43211 evening activities. The recreation centers located in these zip codes are open until 10 pm to keep the youth occupied with arts, educational and recreational activities. Gang and violence mediation and intervention are also provided.
1111 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 645-8430
columbus.gov/recreationandparks/programs/Applications-for-Purpose,-Pride-and-Success-(APPS)

Columbus Recreation & Parks Capital Kids

Offers academic programs and a safe place to learn and play after school and during the summer for a very low cost. Children can get homework help, tutoring and a nutritious snack and/or hot meal. They also offer anger management, substance abuse, violence prevention and recreation and enrichment activity (like field trips, drama and art) programs are offered.

  • Administration Office
    1111 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 645-3330
  • Beatty Community Center
    247 North Ohio Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203
    (614) 645-3218
  • Freddersen Community Center
    3911 Dresden Street, Columbus, Ohio 43224
    (614) 645-3636
  • Marion Franklin Community Center
    2801 Lockbourne Road, Columbus, Ohio 43207
    (614) 645-3160
  • Sullivant Garden Community Center
    755 Renick Street, Columbus, Ohio 43223
    (614) 645-8171

columbus.gov/capitalkids

Columbus Recreation & Parks City Leaders Program

Offers City of Columbus middle-school youth, ages 10-15, the opportunity to gain real life skills by working on projects and attending exciting events that will guide them towards becoming positive leaders in their communities. They meet different people and see different places throughout the city. Participants will need to be recommended by their principal, assistant principal or teacher in order to be considered.
1111 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 645-3330
columbus.gov/recreationandparks/programs/City-Leaders-Program

Columbus Recreation & Parks School’s Out Program

The School’s Out summer program allows children ages 6 to 14 to take part in a variety of fitness activities all day, Monday through Friday, at 4 recreation centers in Columbus. This program is open to residents of Columbus that meet certain income guidelines, for a very low cost. It is designed to meet the needs of working parents.
(614) 645-8597
columbus.gov/SchoolsOut

Columbus Recreation & Parks Summer Camps

Offers a wide variety of summer camps for children. Go online to look at their comprehensive list of programs.
1111 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 645-3300
www.columbus.gov/recreationandparks

Columbus State Community College Upward Bound

Provides high school students the skills and motivation needed to complete an education at a college of their choice. The Upward Bound program at Columbus State Community College is available to income eligible students attending Mifflin High, East High, West High and Linden McKinley STEM. Upward Bound has a 100% college placement rate.
550 East Spring Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 287-5340
cscc.edu/services/upwardbound

Columbus Zoo & Aquarium Programs

  • Zoo Aides: Summer volunteer opportunity for teens ages 13 to 17, giving teens their first work experience and helps them develop key work skills. The program is highly competitive, and the deadline to apply each year is usually in February.
    https://www.columbuszoo.org/home/about/volunteer
  • Zoo Kids: Summer day camps for kids of all ages.
    https://columbuszoo.org/home/discover
    4850 West Powell Road, Powell, Ohio 43065
    (800) 666-5397 or (614) 724-3588
    columbuszoo.org

Community for New Direction (CND)

Their elementary and middle school youth programs include: Young Ambassadors for Peace (YAP) an anti-bullying, violence prevention and leadership development program for schools and a summer day camp. CND’s programs for older youth focus on leadership development, job readiness, secondary education and employment opportunities. Their high school youth programs include: a job readiness program titled Future Opportunities Created for Urban Students (FOCUS), intergenerational mentorship, an annual historically black college and university tour and a violence intervention program titled Application for Purpose Pride and Success (APPS). CND offers emergency support services on a case-by-base basis, parenting services and addiction counseling for adults.

  • 2323 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204 (Administrative Office)
    (614) 272-1464
  • 993 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205 (Near East Office)
    (614) 257-0305
  • 2096 West Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43223 (West Office)
    (614) 272-1464

cndonline.org

COSI Academy

Offers a career exploration program for high school students in grades 9 to 12 who dream of pursuing careers in science, math, engineering, health or technology. Financial aid is available.
333 West Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215
(888) 819-2674 or (614) 228-2674
http://cosi.org

Department of Defense Science & Engineering Apprentice Program

Sponsored by George Washington University and the Department of Defense, this program places gifted high school students who are at least 16 years old with an interest in science and math in the Department of Defense laboratories for an 8-week period over the summer. Participants are awarded an educational stipend of $2000 and are assigned a scientist or engineer as their mentor.
(603) 228-4530
www.usaeop.com

Directions for Youth & Families (DFYF) After-School/Summer & Prevention Programs

Offers after school and summer programs for youth ages 8 to 17. The free program includes life skills education groups, homework help, computer lab, tutoring, fitness and recreation, art, music and dance programming and meals provided. They also have a teen pregnancy prevention group called, My Best Self, serving high-risk boys and girls, ages 11 to 18, in local schools throughout Franklin County.

  • Ohio Avenue Youth Center
    657 South Ohio Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 258-8043
  • The Crittenton Center
    3840 Kimberly Parkway North, Columbus, Ohio 43232
    (614) 694-0203

dfyf.org/home/our-programs/youth-centers.html

Dublin Community Recreation Center

Offers schools day off events, spring break and summer camps for kids of all ages. Programs are available for kids with special needs as well.
5600 Post Road, Dublin, Ohio 43017
(614) 410-4550
www.dublin.oh.us

Dublin Recreation Services

Offers spring break camps and summer camps. Special needs accommodations are available as well.
5600 Post Road, Dublin, Ohio 43017
(614) 410-4550
dublinohiousa.gov

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools

Offers free programs for high school juniors and seniors at more than 15 school districts in central Ohio, including job training, career programs, college prep classes, GED classes, ESOL training and help finding a job. They also offer free summer camps for students in grades 6 to 8 explore career options.

  • District Office: 4300 Amalgamated Place, Groveport, Ohio 43125
    (614) 836-4530
  • Eastland Career Center: 4465 South Hamilton Road, Groveport, Ohio 43125
    (614) 836-5725 or (614) 836-4541, ext. 1
  • Fairfield Career Center: 3985 Coonpath Road Northwest, Carroll, Ohio 43112
    (614) 837-9443 or (740) 756-9243

eastlandfairfield.com

Empower

Nationwide Children’s Empower is a six-week recreation and wellness program open to all adolescents grades 6-8. Sessions take place twice per week for 90 minutes after school at the Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany. Each week is filled with activities to help your middle-schoolers navigate changes in the world, from staying active and coping with stress, to dealing with complicated relationships and fostering healthy relationships. Activities range from social games, group and team challenges, safe supported discussions, community outings, scavenger hunts, swimming and more. Visit their webpage or call directly for details.
150 W. Main Street, New Albany, Ohio 43054
(614) 685-4348 or (614) 685-6345
www.nationwidechildrens.org/sprtspt-wellness

Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services (ETSS)

Provides several services to the Ethiopian community in central Ohio, as well as African, Asian and Middle Eastern immigrants. Services include after school programs and mentoring, youth leadership opportunities, college preparation and summer programs for youth. They provide ESOL services for adults as well.

  • 4099 & 4077 Karl Road, Columbus, Ohio 43224
  • 5918 Sharon Woods Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43229
  • 2444 Gatewood Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219
  • 530 & 588 McNaughten Road, Columbus, Ohio 43213
  • 3800 Sullivant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43228
  • 4312 Westport Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228
  • 3800 Briggs Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228
  • 3774 Eakin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228
  • 5660 Trabue Road, Hilliard, Ohio 43228

(614) 252-5362
ethiotss.org

Expanding Visions

Offers career development service to teenagers preparing for success in the workforce, adults looking to further their careers and middle school students developing leadership skills that will propel them to successful careers. They also offer life coaching to help graduates along their career paths.
PO Box 245, Brice, Ohio 43109
(614) 804-6200
expandingvisions.net

First Church of God

Offers a variety of faith-based programs for youth, including personal tutoring, music, sports and youth mentoring.
3480 Refugee Road, Columbus, Ohio 43232
(614) 338-8338
www.1stchurch.net

First Community Church Camp Akita

Day and overnight summer camps in Hocking Hills are offered for children in grades 1 to 12. They also offer a family camp in September.
3777 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43221
(614) 488-0681
www.campakita.org

Fun & Recreation for Youth with Special Needs

Visit the special needs section of CAP4Kids to find out about after school programs, camps and recreational opportunities for youth with special needs.

Gahanna Parks & Recreation

Day camps in Gahanna are available for children ages 5 to 12 during the summer. They also have financial scholarships available.
200 South Hamilton Road, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
(614) 342-4250
www.gahanna.gov

Girl Scouts Ohio’s Heartland Council

Helps girls build strong self-esteem and learn skills such as financial literacy, teamwork, respect for the environment and appreciation of the arts. Girl Scouts is open to girls ages 5 to 17. They also offer overnight and day camps for both members and non-members.
1700 WaterMark Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(800) 621-7042 or (614) 487-8101
www.gsooh.org

Godman Guild

Offer free adult education classes (like GED preparation, ESOL, job training, computer lab) with free childcare services and transportation, community engagement programs, health and wellness programs and services, and youth programming (like after school homework help, mentoring, summer programs, internships and career exploration).
303 East Sixth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
(614) 294-5476
godmanguild.org

Grandview Heights Parks & Recreation

Provides summer recreational, educational and fitness programs for children of all ages.
1515 West Goodale Boulevard, Grandview, Ohio 43212
(614) 488-3111
www.grandviewheights.org

Greater Hilltop Area Shalom Zone

Faith based, non-profit organization based in Columbus’ Hilltop community. Some of their programs include Hilltop teen club, teen free store, basketball at their gym, their no-cost Westside CDF (Children’s Defense Fund) Freedom School, mentoring program, produce distribution, free legal clinic and more.
1665 Harrisburg Pike, Columbus, Ohio, 43223
(614) 398-1230
hilltopshalomzone.org

Grove City Parks & Recreation

Offers before and after school programs for children in grades K to 4 in the Grove City area. They also offer part-day and full-day summer programs and outdoor activities which are open to all children in grades K to 6 in the Southwestern City Schools district.
4035 Broadway, Grove City, Ohio 43123
(614) 277-3050
www.grovecityohio.gov

Groveport Parks & Recreation Department

Has many classes and programs throughout the year at their outdoor water park, recreation center, parks and athletic fields.
7370 Groveport Road, Groveport, Ohio 43125
(614) 836-1000
www.groveportrec.com

Habitat for Humanity Youth Programs

Children and teens can learn about homeownership, outreach, construction and become involved in their local communities.
3140 Westerville Road, Columbus, Ohio 43224
(614) 422-4828
www.habitatmidohio.org

Hilliard Recreation & Parks Department

Offers summer week-long day camps for children ages 6 to 12. They also have a variety of programs for children and families throughout the year.
3800 Veterans Memorial Drive, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
(614) 876-5200
http://hilliardohio.gov

Homeless Families Foundation (HFF)

  • HFF’s Family Services works directly with families to help them move from homelessness to stable housing and self-sufficiency. This is a combined effort of the Case Managers, a Housing Liaison, and Resource Specialists.
  • HFF’s Dowd Education Center programs include: Project Based Learning, Literacy Program, Parent Participation Night, and Nutrition Program. Other activities include a curriculum based arts program, recreation program, field trips and other enrichment activities to enhance the students’ social skills, self-esteem, and overall health.
  • Supporting Partnerships to Assure Ready Kids (SPARK): The target population is three and four-year-old children, not enrolled in Pre-K, who will enter Kindergarten the following year. Each Parent Partner provides monthly home visits and works directly with a parent/family member, to support their role as the child’s first teacher.

33 North Grubb Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 461-9247
homelessfamiliesfoundation.org

I Am My Brother’s Keeper (IAMBK)

Engage 9-15 year-old boys of color from zip codes 43206 or 43207 whose families earn 200% of poverty or less. Offer fun, healthy safe experiences during the school year and throughout the summer, building academic, career, artistic, and physical strengths. Many activities overlap with Columbus Urban League initiatives, placing the young men in summer internships, hands-on digital learning opportunities, drug, alcohol and violence prevention activities and other initiatives based upon their individual needs.
33 West Eleventh Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
(614) 247-1633
kirwaninstitute.osu.edu/mybrotherskeeper

Jewish Community Center (JCC)

Through its programs and services, the JCC provides a wide range of recreation and cultural arts, featuring festivals and fairs centered around books, films, and fine art; teen programs, summer and spring break camps for kids with and without special needs, after school programs, preschool and daycare, special events and more. At the JCC there is something for all ages.
1125 College Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43209
(614) 231-2731
columbusjcc.org

Junior Achievement of Central Ohio

Offers many after school programs for grades K to 12. All programs teach money management and business skills. Programs are offered throughout central Ohio, including Franklin, Licking, Fairfield and surrounding counties. College scholarship opportunities are available to students who have participated in Junior Achievement programs.
68 East Second Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
(614) 704-3707
juniorachievement.org

Kaleidoscope Youth Center

Dedicated to supporting youth ages 12 to 20 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, and questioning. They offer a range of programs and activities, all of which are free, including discussion groups, social activities, leadership training and support for gay-straight alliances.
603 East Town Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 294-5437
kycohio.org

Kicks for Kids Soccer Mentoring Program

Offers year-round soccer camps and health education for at-risk boys and girls ages 4 to 18. The cost is free, including uniforms and equipment.
340 North 20th Street, Columbus, Ohio 43203
(614) 258-4357
k4kwusa.org

Kids Camps.com

An online summer camp directory that connects people with camps in the U.S. and worldwide. Camps are organized by category, including sports, academic, adventure, religious, arts and special needs.
909 North Sepulveda Boulevard, El Segundo, California 90245
(877) 242-9330
www.kidscamps.com

King Arts Complex Summer Camp

Offers a visual and performing arts summer camp for children ages 5 to 12. Limited financial assistance is available for those who qualify.
867 Mount Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203
(614) 645-KING or (614) 645-5464
kingartscomplex.com

Lao Volunteer Donation Association

Offers language classes, basic computer classes, citizenship classes, immigration services, employment services, housing assistance, basic living needs, after school programs for youth ages 5-13, Lao events and more.
1160 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43209
(614) 596-5169
laovda.com

Leaders Emerging & Developing (LEAD)

LEAD is a STEM education and financial literacy organization serving Franklin and Delaware County 3rd – 12th grade students. They offer programs including STEM clubs, leadership training, STEM camps, mentoring, as well as the E-STEM Chapters, which give K-12 grade students an opportunity to be exposed to STEM and business concepts to gain high positions in Corporate America, or to become entrepreneurs. Some services are free. Scholarships are available.
PO Box 361061, Columbus, Ohio 43236
(614) 407-6049
leademerging.org

Liberty Farm Summer Horse Camp

Offers week-long horseback riding day camps for children ages 6 to 15 of all different skill levels (beginners to advanced riders). They also offer after school and winter programs.
2620 Fisher Road, Columbus, Ohio 43204
(614) 279-0346
www.libertyhorsefarm.com

Little Lambs Children’s Center

Provides a faith-based summer camp in Gahanna for Kindergarten through 6th graders in Franklin County. Tuition varies per group, and is based on full-time vs. part-time.
425 South Hamilton Road, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
(614) 471-9269
http://llccgahanna.org/summer-camp-program

Lower Lights Ministries (LLM)

Faith-based organization that serves individuals, families and Franklinton community members. Services include:

1066 Bellows Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223
(614) 228-3855
lowerlights.org

Marburn Academy

Provides non-traditional K through 12 schooling for bright students with learning difficulties such as ADHD and dyslexia in central Ohio. They also offer free parent seminars, free early reading screenings, assessment, private tutoring and summer school. They have financial aid and tuition loan programs as well.
9555 Johnstown Road, New Albany, Ohio 43054
(614) 433-0822
marburnacademy.org

MIT Minority Introduction to Engineering & Science Program

MIT offers a 6-week overnight, academic enrichment summer program in Massachusetts for talented minority high school students who are interested in studying and exploring careers in science and engineering. Selected students have housing, meals and activity costs covered and only have to pay for transportation to and from MIT.
77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
(617) 253-8052
oeop.mit.edu/programs/mites

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Education Classes

Offers a range of free and low cost classes for children, teens, adults and parents of infants and kids of all ages and abilities.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 355-0662
nationwidechildrens.org/education-classes

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Mechanisms of Human Health & Disease

This free summer program targets gifted high schoolers interested in careers in medicine and research. Previous students have enjoyed success enrolling in Ivy League institutions and obtaining scholarships.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 355-0662
nationwidechildrens.org/mechanisms-of-human-health-and-disease

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Summer Scientist Education Series

This free program exposes high school students to the scientific method and careers in medical research during the summer. The program is also available online.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 355-0662
www.nationwidechildrens.org/young-scientist-series

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Volunteen Program

Volunteens work in many areas, including the information desk, gift shop, sibling clubhouse, clinic waiting rooms and in office settings. Teens must be 14 and in high school to participate, and opportunities are available during the school year and summer.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 722-3635
www.nationwidechildrens.org

Office of Naval Research Science & Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

Provides competitive research summer internships to high school students age 16 and older interested in science and engineering. Students are paid a stipend, and the internships are offered at several locations throughout the U.S.
1818 N Street NW, Washington, DC 20036
(888) 715-ASEE
http://seap.asee.org

Ohio Afterschool Network

Contains comprehensive information for providers and professionals about after school care.
2760 Airport Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43219
(877) 547-6978
www.ohioafterschoolnetwork.org

Ohio Business Week Summer Program

Provides a week-long summer program that gives high school students from around the state a unique, hands-on experience with business at Ohio Dominican University. Limited financial aid is available for those who qualify.
1572 West First Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43212
(614) 488-6327
www.ohiobusinessweek.org

Ohio Hispanic Coalition

Offers several free services to the Hispanic community including:

  • Homework help and educational after school programs
  • Summer camps for Latino / Hispanic children
  • Translation and interpretation services
  • English (ESOL) and citizenship classes for adults
  • Support group for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault

100 East Campus View Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43235
(614) 840-9934
ohiohispaniccoalition.org

Ohio State University (OSU) Extension

Works with families and children, farmers and business owners, community leaders and elected officials to build better lives, better businesses and better communities in Ohio. Many programs fall into four categories, including;

Franklin County Office: 530 West Spring Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 866-6900
extension.osu.edu
Franklin County Extension: franklin.osu.edu

Ohio State University (OSU) Recreational Sports

Offers several community sports and recreation programs and summer camps for youth year round. They also offer adapted recreational sports programs to serve children with disabilities year round.
337 West Seventeenth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(614) 688-8787
recsports.osu.edu

Ohio State University (OSU) Youth Programs & Camps

Offers several camps for children in grades 1 through 12. Topics covered include career exploration (medicine, engineering, technology), sports and foreign languages.
281 West Lane Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(614) 292-OHIO
http://www.osu.edu

Operation Military Kids

Supports military kids through activities and programming specifically targeted to youth of the guard and reserve. Programs include camps for youth and teens, family workshops and free days at the zoo. Most programs are free or for a very nominal price. Programs are open to all Ohio military members.
2201 Fred Taylor Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(614) 292-4444
ohio4h.org/statewide-programs/ohio-military-kids

Parents for Academic Challenge and Enrichment (PACE)

Their website has a list of local summer camps for gifted and talented students.
http://summer.columbuspace.org

PAST Foundation

PAST offers summer and after school programs and one-time events that focus on design thinking, problem solving, collaboration, exploration and development in science, technology, engineering, math and business. Scholarships available for those who qualify. They also help schools and districts develop learning strategies.
1003 Kinnear Road, Columbus, Ohio 43212
(614) 340-1208
pastfoundation.org

Pickerington Parks & Recreation Department

Offers a variety of summer programs and classes.
100 Lockville Road, Pickerington, Ohio 43147
(614) 833-2211
www.ci.pickerington.oh.us

Princeton University Summer Journalism Program

An intensive, 10-day summer seminar for high school students from low-income backgrounds who have at least a 3.5 GPA and an interest in journalism. The cost is free, including travel costs to and from Princeton. Check web site for more details.
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 08544
(609) 258-8046
www.princeton.edu/sjp

Reynoldsburg Parks & Recreation Department

Offers a variety of programs for children (starting at age 2), teens and families.
7232 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
(614) 322-6806
www.ci.reynoldsburg.oh.us

Salvation Army After School Learning Center

This free program focuses on academic achievement in the areas of math and reading for students in grades 1 though 8. Program participants receive tutoring, proficiency test preparation and personal development during the school year and summer.

  • West Mound Worship and Service Center
    2300 West Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 484-0206
  • East Main Street Worship and Service Center
    966 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 358-2633
  • Citadel Worship & Service Center
    3662 Karl Road, Columbus, Ohio 43224
    (614) 403-1082
  • Livingston Elementary School
    825 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 448.8237

co.salvationarmy.org/CentralOhio/after-school-learning-center

Serving Our Neighbors (SON) Ministries

Provides many free services for children and adults in Columbus, including a free lunch summer camp, a free legal clinic, ESOL classes for adults, and referrals to health services and jobs. They also provide one-on-one homework help and tutoring to children whose parents attend the ESOL classes.
4653 Trueman Boulevard, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
(614) 586-7939
son-ministries.org

Shadowbox Live

As a local theater company, they offer various arts education programs throughout the year for youth ages 8 to 21.
503 South Front Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 416-7625
shadowboxlive.org

Somali Community Association of Ohio (SCAO)

Provides a variety of services for Somali youth and adults.

    • Free adult English (ESOL) classes and after school programs for Somali youth
    • Legal services, including help with immigration problems, landlord-tenant disputes and workplace issues
    • Help with school concerns and personal needs
    • Translation services and job help
    • Housing assistance
    • Family counseling and support to Somali women who are victims of domestic violence
    • Shelter referrals

3422 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43224
(614) 262-4068
somaliohio.org/services

St. Stephen’s Community House

After school programs, summer programs, youth employment programs, tutoring and early childhood care from ages 6 weeks old to 4 years old are provided for at-risk youth living in the Linden area. They also have a Choice Food Pantry, community garden, bike loan program, Christmas gift programs and family services.
1500 East Seventeenth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43219
(614) 294-6347
saintstephensch.org

Stowe Mission of Central Ohio

Is a faith-based, non-profit organization that provide various services including, a community soup kitchen, tutoring, dental clinic, school supply giveaway, summer youth programs, Christmas Toy Chest giveaway, food pantry, vision and eye clinic, and healthcare with the Mt. Carmel Mobile Medical Coach.
Physical Address: 888 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43206
Mailing Address: PO Box 6341, Columbus, Ohio 43206
(614) 445-8400
stowemission.org

SURGE Columbus

Provides free programs to teens at COSI, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Columbus Museum of Art, Wexner Center for the Arts, WOSU@COSI, and Transit Arts to allow them to discover or pursue their interests by connecting them with mentors, digital and cultural resources, and each other. Open studio, one day workshops, drop-in hours and scheduled events give the teens hands-on experience and professional supervision.
Wexner Center for the Arts
1871 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(614) 292-0330
surgecolumbus.org

Tech Corps Ohio Techie Camp & Clubs

Offers week-long summer technology experiences to elementary and middle school students. Scholarships are available. They also have Techie Clubs, which introduce elementary students to technology and typically meet weekly throughout the school year.
6600 Busch Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43229
(614) 583-9211
techcorps.org

The Connectory STEM Resources

A comprehensive portal listing connections to STEM learning and fun opportunities throughout the country. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) opportunities help youth develop critical thinking, working with others, and problem solving skills, enhance creativity, and engage in an investigative process.
theconnectory.org

Ohio State University (OSU) LiFEsports

LiFEsports is a free youth development program dedicated to serving economically disadvantaged children in the Columbus community. Their programs include a sports summer camp for youth ages 9 to 15, a youth leadership academy preparing youth ages 15-18 for college and future careers and community-based sports clinics throughout the year. Transportation is free to all campers via buses.
2400 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio, 43210
(614) 688-3875
osulifesports.org

Ohio State University (OSU) Upward Bound

Provides high school students the skills and motivation needed to complete an education at a college of their choice. The Upward Bound program at Ohio State University encourages first-generation and/or low income college bound 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students who attend or live in the service areas of Briggs, East, South, or Walnut Ridge High Schools to apply for admission.
154 West Twelfth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(614) 292-2344
odi.osu.edu/upward-bound

Thurber House Summer Writing Camp

Offers several creative writing summer camps for children entering grades 2 through 8. Scholarships are available as well.
77 Jefferson Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 464-1032
www.thurberhouse.org/summer-camps/

Transit Arts

Offers free workshops for youth ages 12 to 21 in visual arts, dance and writing through the Central Community House.
1150 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 252-3157
www.transitarts.com

TriVillage Mentor League

The weekly school-based mentoring program pairs Upper Arlington, Marble Cliff and Grandview Heights teen mentors with children enrolled in the after school programs in the Upper Arlington and Grandview Heights school districts. They award at least two college scholarships each year to volunteer teen mentors and also offer several summer camp opportunities.
3600 Tremont Road, Upper Arlington, Ohio 43221
(614) 255-7942
tvml.org

Upper Arlington Parks & Recreation Department

Offers a variety of camps, classes and activities for youth of all ages and interests, with sports, arts, science and fitness offerings.
3600 Tremont Road, Upper Arlington, Ohio 43221
(614) 583-5300
www.uaoh.net

Vineyard Community Center The Zone After School Program

Provides homework help, creative arts, dance and sports after school and during the summer to youth in grades K to 8. Some transportation is available. The program runs Tuesdays through Thursdays and is free for families with a low income.
6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, Ohio 43081
(614) 259-5500
vineyardcommunitycenter.org

Wellington After School & Summer Option

Offers a wide range of fun and challenging summer and after school programs for grades Pre-K to 12. Course offerings include chess, yoga, robotics, music, cooking and more.
3650 Reed Road, Columbus, Ohio 43220
(877) 517-7883 or (614) 457-7883
www.wellington.org

Westerville Parks & Recreation Department

Provides a wide variety of programs for children, teens and adults, including aquatics, recreation, sports and special needs programs.
350 North Cleveland Avenue, Westerville, Ohio 43081
(614) 901-6500
http://www.westerville.org

Whitehall Department of Parks & Recreation

Provides some classes and events for people living in the Whitehall area.
402 North Hamilton Road, Columbus, Ohio 43230
(614) 863-0121
www.whitehall-oh.us

Women in Engineering

The Women in Engineering (WiE) program at The Ohio State University offers a variety of engineering events and programs focused on outreach for middle school and high school girls.
2070 Neil Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(614) 292-6491
wie.osu.edu/k-12-programs

Worthington Parks & Recreation Department

Offers many year-round programs for youth.
345 East Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington, Ohio 43085
(614) 436-2743
www.worthington.org

YMCA Before & After School Care

Offers state-licensed before and after school care at over 55 schools throughout central Ohio, including Bexley, Circleville, Columbus, Hamilton, Olentangy, Pickerington, South Western, Teays Valley, Whitehall, Worthington and the Catholic Diocese. Programs allow for activity choice and provide an educational curriculum, including homework help. They also offer childcare on days when schools are closed throughout the school year.
40 West Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 224-1142
www.ymcacolumbus.org

YMCA Camp Wilson

This is a week-long, overnight camp in Bellefontaine offering swimming, boating, archery, campfires, food, singing, sports, nature and horseback riding for children ages 7 to 17. Financial assistance is available.
2732 County Road 11, Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311
(800) 423-0427
www.ymcacolumbus.org

YMCA Day Camp

Offers themed week-long summer day camps for grades 1 to 10 at multiple locations in central Ohio. They also offer financial assistance.
40 West Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 224-1142
http://ymcacolumbus.org/daycamp

YMCA Leaders Club

This year-long program is for youth in grades 7 and 8. Under the leadership of YMCA professionals and peer mentors, participants learn leadership skills. This program is available at most YMCA locations in central Ohio.
4515 Cosgray Road, Hilliard, Ohio 43206
(614) 334-9622
www.ymcacolumbus.org

YMCA Teen & Youth Programs

Teen Nights, High School Hoops, Teen Leaders Club, Leaders-in-Training and Minority Achievers are just a few of the programs for teens. The YMCA also provides an environment where children can feel safe, have fun and build trusting relationships.
40 West Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 224-1142
www.ymcacolumbus.org

Young Women’s Summer Institute at Ohio Supercomputer Center

Provides summer overnight programs for talented high school girls interested in science and technology. The program offers talented students the opportunity to work through science and engineering challenges using cutting-edge research technologies.
1224 Kinnear Road, Columbus, Ohio 43212
(614) 292-9248
www.osc.edu/education/si

YWCA Kids Place

The YWCA Kids Place serves the Westerville, Gahanna and New Albany school districts.  The programs are offered within the elementary school buildings, offering easy transition for the students.  Morning and afternoon programs are offered in Westerville and New Albany.  In Gahanna, they offer afternoon programs.  The hours are dependent upon each school district but all programs are completed by 6:00 p.m.   Students from the ages of 5 though 12 years old are eligible and the program costs are dependent upon the needs of the family.   There is a registration fee per family, per school year. Click here to register, or call the YWCA administrative office directly for child care costs.
65 South Fourth Street, Columbus, Ohio  43215
(614) 224-9121
www.ywcacolumbus.org