After School: A Home Away from Home

Clubhouse at the JCC in Squirrel Hill is the premier after-school care program in Pittsburgh. Children from Kindergarten to grade 6 come to their “home away from home” Monday through Friday until 6 pm and thrive in the enriched, exciting and nurturing Clubhouse environment.

Clubhouse combines top quality facilities with trained, caring, creative staff. Our goals are to stay abreast of best practices and to bring unique and interesting experiences to our children. Each day, children are met at their buses, escorted to their home rooms, given a healthy snack including fruits and vegetables, and assisted with homework. They choose from a wide variety of clubs each day, including cooking, sports, drama, science, art, pool games and more. We visit the library, celebrate Shabbat every week and nurture the emotional, physical and social well-being of your child.

Clubhouse is supported in part by the Hafner Charitable Foundation through the PNC Charitable Trust Grant Review Committee, Massey Charitable Trust and the Weiner Family Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Curtis & Joelle Krasik and Scott & Laurie Krasik After School Care Fund.

  • Colfax K-8
  • Community Day School
  • Environmental Charter School
  • Falk School
  • Ellis School
  • Linden Elementary
  • St. Bede
  • St. Edmund’s Academy
  • Winchester Thurston

Check availability with your children’s school for more information about transportation. JCC membership is required to become a “member” of Clubhouse. Scholarships also are available for those who qualify.

For information about becoming a JCC member, please contact the Membership Office
at 412-697-3520.

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