Focus On Children’s Aid Society

by NYC Firm Schools on May 3, 2012

Children’s Aid Society is a non-profit agency in New York City that provides a wide range of services including early childhood education, learning resources for school-age children, and services for adolescents and parents. Its campuses are located all over New York City. Here is a full list of campuses that are a part of the Children’s Aid Society family.

  • Bronx Family Center
  • CAS College Prep
  • Community Schools
  • Drew Hamilton Learning Center
  • Dunlevy Milbank Center
  • East Harlem Center
  • Frederick Douglass Center
  • Goodhue Center
  • Hope Leadership Academy
  • Next Generation Center
  • Philip Coltoff Center
  • Rhinelander Children’s Center
  • Taft Day Care Center
  • Wagon Road Camp

Children’s Aid Society is a top-rated charity that has earned respect from all levels of society. They provide after school programs for children, arts projects and camps, pregnancy prevention, sports & recreation, youth development, and many other services all around New York.

Early childhood education programs serve children from birth to five years of age. They use a comprehensive educational model designed to boost self-esteem, respect for others, and a lifelong love of learning. The program focuses on social, cognitive, emotional, and physical development. Every child is treated as an individual within a group and respect for the diversity of cultures and family backgrounds is stressed to faculty and students alike.

Among the early childhood initiatives offered through Children’s Aid Society are day care, Early Head Start, Head Start, and private nursery classes. Both subsidized and non-subsidized programs are offered in Manhattan and Bronx.

Summer camps provided by Children’s Aid Society include:

  • Home Camp
  • Wagon Road Camp
  • Alvin Ailey Dance Camp
  • Osborn Day Camp

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