Middle School After- School Programs

​SONYC at Flagstone Family Center

199 Amboy Street, Brooklyn, NY 11212
T: (718) 342-5107

Program Summary: The SONYC (School’s Out New York City) program at Flagstone Family Center is one of only a handful of afterschool programs offered at a homeless shelter. The program serves children 10-14 years old during the school year. Programming includes extensive, choice-based activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM), including partnerships with high quality organizations like the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music (Music Therapy), BRIC Arts, City Science and Global Arts to Go.

Eligibility: Residents at Flagstone ages 10-14
Clients Served Annually: 50
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA’s SONYC at Flagstone Family Center is funded by NYC Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD).


SONYC at Hudde JHS

2500 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210
T: (347) 461-6648

Program Summary:  The SONYC program at Hudde JHS serves children in grades 6-8 during the school year. Programming includes supper and socialization, homework help, club-based Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), literacy, creative arts, and sports activities. Also featured at this SONYC location is the Music Therapy partnership with the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and BookUp, CAMBA’s partnership with the National Book Foundation.

Eligibility: Hudde JHS students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Clients Served Annually: 268
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA’s SONYC at Andries Hudde JHS is funded by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development.


SONYC at Whitman M.S.

72 Veronica Place, Brooklyn, NY 11226
T: (929) 271-2183

Program Summary:  The SONYC program at Whitman M.S. in Flatbush serves 156 students in grades 6-8 during the school year. Programming includes supper and socialization, homework help, club-based arts, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), literacy, recreation, and conflict resolution. This SONYC location offers a Music Therapy program through a partnership with the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and the Adolescent Literacy Program for 6th graders who score at Level 2 on their 5th grade ELA exam. 

Eligibility: Whitman M.S. students; priority given to past participants and their siblings
Clients Served Annually: 156
Referrals Accepted: No

CAMBA’s SONYC at Walt Whitman MS is funded by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development and ExpandED Schools.​

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