We believe every child matters.
Youth living in under-resourced communities face increased risk factors, including academic, health, and mental health challenges. Youth of low-income families often do not receive the same enrichment opportunities outside of school due to financial and transportation challenges. Children of working parents need a safe place during unsupervised hours, and support with homework and social-emotional learning that will help them succeed academically and socially.
Every child deserves to be safe and equipped to succeed.
That’s why ASAS Ohio provides free, high-quality, out-of-school programming to support youth in grades K-8. Our research-based youth development model equips our All-Stars to holistic success, achieving academic growth, relational health, and a positive sense of self that makes a measurable difference in their lives.
After-School All-Stars Ohio partners with public schools, charter schools, and metropolitan housing sites. With guidance from school and city leadership, we have strategically placed ourselves in under-resourced communities that could benefit from our program the most. Click here for a list of our current location sites.
Columbus & Toledo
Founded in 1992, After-School All-Stars helps students and supports working families through free, comprehensive out-of-school programs in cities across the nation. Our nationwide team works to close the opportunity gap and reinvent what after-school looks like for the students we serve.