NYPL After School: Join Us for Free Homework Help & More

NYPL After School is excited to announce our expansion to 50 total locations this school year. After School welcomes kids ages 6–12 for free, drop-in homework help and enrichment activities Monday through Thursday when school is in session. Kids can stop by these locations to get extra help from one of our After School tutors or Teen Reading Ambassadors. No need to register—just show up! Everything is free. 

Bronx

Allerton LibraryBaychester Library, Belmont LibraryBronx Library Center, Clason's Point Library, Eastchester Library, Edenwald Library*, Francis Martin Library, Grand Concourse LibraryHigh Bridge Library, Jerome Park Library, Kingsbridge Library, Morris Park Library* (coming soon!), Morrisania Library, Mosholu Library, Mott Haven LibraryParkchester Library, Pelham Bay Library (coming soon!)*, Sedgwick Library*, Soundview Library, Tremont Library, Van Cortlandt Library*, Wakefield Library (coming soon!), West Farms Library (coming soon!), Westchester Square LibraryWoodstock Library

Manhattan

96th Street Library*, Bloomingdale Library, Chatham Square Library, Columbus Library (coming soon!)*, Countee Cullen Library (coming soon!)*, Epiphany Library*, George Bruce Library*, Hamilton Grange Library, Harlem LibraryHarry Belafonte 115th Street Library*, Macomb’s Bridge Library, Morningside Heights Library*, Riverside Library*, Roosevelt Island Library*, Seward Park LibraryTompkins Square LibraryWashington Heights Library

Staten Island

Charleston Library*, Mariners Harbor Library, Richmondtown Library*, St. George Library Center, Stapleton Library, Todt Hill-Westerleigh Library*, West New Brighton Library*

Any questions about locations or hours? Email us: afterschool@nypl.org

*New for the 2023–24 academic year!

These programs and initiatives are part of the Library’s Tisch Youth Education Programs, led by the Merryl and James Tisch Director of Branch Libraries and Education. Major support for educational programming is provided by Merryl H. and James S. Tisch.

NYPL After School at Harlem branch libraries is part of the Jane Lauder Harlem After-School Programs.

Major support for children's and young adult programming is provided by the Andreas C. Dracopoulos Family Endowment for Young Audiences.

NYPL After School is made possible by Arthur W. Koenig, The Gottesman Fund, Mr. and Mrs. Evan R. Chesler, Michael ByungJu Kim and the MBK Educational Foundation, and the E.H.A. Foundation.