Location: Collins Middle School

Ages: 8-12

Youth Club

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem, offers a high quality, After School Program, for children eight through twelve years old at our main site, Collins Middle School, 29 Highland Ave. Our primary goal is to provide children a safe and fun environment with activities that promote the physical, social and emotional...

Contact: Grace Duran Phone: 978-744-0915 Email:


We are looking for someone like you to get involved in our After School programs!

-Homework help
-Arts & Crafts
-Sports & Games
-Literacy fun
-Gym & Outdoor play

We have one program in Salem at the Bentley Academy Charter School, and 7 other program sites located in Lynn.

Participation is required for a minimum of one...

Contact: Ariel Asher, Program Director Phone: 978-745-7200 Email:

Our summer school program, Caribbean Connections, will run from July 10 through August 10 at Saltonstall School, 211 Lafayette St. This enrichment program will offer instruction in both English and Spanish language arts to Salem students in levels K - 6. Five field trips are planned to local historic sites, including Salem Maritime National Historic Site, The Gables, Lowell National Historical...

Contact: Ana Nuncio Phone: 9787440991 Email:

All services are free.

This program is for 11th and 12th graders. Students should sign up at the end of their sophomore year to be assured a seat. Students do career and college exploration, job shadowing, go on several college campus tours, get help with college applications, federal financial aid and scholarship applications. Students receive help in finding jobs and receive...

Contact: Jesenia Tejada-Perez Phone: (978) 740-6667 (x104) Email:

Come learn how to perform in front of an audience, experience the fun of acting with your friends and perform in a real show.

Ages: Grades K-5
Date: 3 Sessions:
-Thursdays, January 9th - February 15th, 2018
-Thursdays, March 8th - April 12th, 2018
- Thursdays, May 3rd - June 7th, 2018
Time: 2:30-4:00pm
Place: Witchcraft Heights Elementary School...

Contact: Kathy McCarthy Phone: 978 744-0924 Email:

Those whose first language is not English can improve their English language skills with classes offered through the ELLA (English Language Learning Academy) Program in Salem and Lynn. With the goal of empowering adults by increasing their conversation, listening and writing skills for employment opportunities and self-sufficiency, the ESOL classes include practical, dynamic instruction.

Contact: Patricia Kennedy Phone: 978-740-6923 Email:

The LEAP Teen Center provides free academic support, mentoring, academic enrichment and civic engagement opportunities to teens. College and career readiness programs are available as well.

Contact: Taylor MacDonald Phone: 978-740-6667 (x118) Email:

Kestrel is a member-supported organization that connects you to an amazing tapestry of local wilds and a community of people who value them.

A membership gives you access to loaner equipment and discounts on programs and sales.

Go to: to sign up.

Individual | $25


Contact: Jessica Kagle Phone: 9785157177 Email:

Welcome to the Parent Information Center!

The Parent Information Center (PIC) is the first stop for all families to register students, preK through Grade 12 in the Salem Public Schools.  The PIC provides information and assistance related to the registration process and the Salem Public Schools Student Assignment Policy.  To register a student who is new to Salem (or a student returning...

Contact: Sayonara Reyes, PIC Manager Phone: 978-740-1225 Email:

The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) of the Salem Public Schools is a free home-based early education program for two and three year old children and their parents. Its focus is on developing language, literacy and school readiness skills in order to prepare children to enter school ready to learn.  PCHP is designed to strengthen families and prepare children to succeed academically by...

Contact: Joyce Parent, M.Ed., CAGS Phone: 978-745-5931 Email: