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University SettlementUniversity Settlement Logo

University Settlement provides a relaxed, child-centered atmosphere that encourages children to
be their best. The curriculum includes art, music, science, literacy development, cooperative play and personal and social responsibility. Each day of the week has its own theme in addition to the arts, sports, and homework help that are offered regularly. You must be registered in the program in order to attend.
Applications will be distributed on the first day of school both at morning drop off. Due to the large volume of applicants, students will be selected based on a lottery system. Be sure to submit all paperwork including a medical form in order to be entered into the lottery for the program.
Please contact Saidah Jacob at [email protected] if you have any questions about University Settlement. After-school runs from 2:40–5:30pm Monday through Friday.
dismissal - 6:00pm, 5 days/week 
Kids Orbit Afterschool's Logo
Kids Orbit offers a flexible program to meet the needs of children and parents. We supervise homework and offer a variety of enrichment activities ranging from yoga and sports to art, music, and drama. We sit quietly and read and draw. We play board games with our friends. We laugh and have a lot of fun. This program can be full-time or part-time.

Kids Orbit will be opening an 8-week outdoor fall season on Monday, September 21.

Our schedule will include both MID-DAY PLAY and AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS.  These programs will continue to operate even if schools go "full remote."  Please press on the Kids orbit logo above  for more information. 


For questions or to register, visit the Kids Orbit website or contact the office at (718) 768-4426 for more information.
dismissal - 4:30pm, Mondays only 
EFNY French Enrichment
Our enrichment classes combine a level-appropriate, adapted approach to learning with a friendly classroom environment that helps foster children’s joy of speaking French, in class and outside. Our program is dedicated to children from K to 11th grade. Classes are organized in small groups of up to 12 students/class. Classes are offered for both French for Native Speakers and French as a Second Language. 
If you have any question about the program, please contact Missy at [email protected]


2024 - 2025 (Planned) After-School Programs
In addition to full coverage afterschool programs University Settlement Kids Orbit and French enrichment program EFNY, there will be new options for the 2024 - 2025 school year. Specifically, we will be adding the below programs:

dismissal - 6:00pm, 5 days/ week 
TEiAM Logo
TEiAM is a NYC 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2019 with the mission to fill the need of sports leagues in elementary schools and provide a well rounded after school program through Sports, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. A typical day at TEiAM afterschool includes snack, healthy play, homework assistance, and a STEAM activity. TEiAM will be at PS133 5 days a week; registration for TEiAM will start in X. 
TEiAM Enrichments will also be running additional enrichment classes in three separate eight-week sessions throughout the year, offering a range of options from sports to arts and sciences. Classes take place at PS133 and are open to students whether or not they regularly attend on-site after school. Each class is an hour long, once a week. There are two different enrichment periods each day: period 1 runs from 3:00 to 4:00, period 2 runs from 4:00 to 5:00
dismissal  - 6:00pm, 2-3 days/week (daysTBD)
One World Project
One World Project is a non-profit community center in Brooklyn, with the mission of nurturing global citizens and stewards of the environment. Through high quality, play-based, Spanish-immersion programs and an emphasis on social-emotional learning, we foster children's curiosity, collaboration, and connection with the world around them. OWP's talented and experienced teachers help meet the needs of Spanish-speakers interested in practicing and honing their Spanish-language skills, as well as providing an introduction to Spanish for children who do not speak or understand the language. Games and activities are adjusted to meet individual levels of language fluency, and designed to foster not only spoken Spanish, but also Spanish writing and literacy skills. 
One World Project es una organización sin fines de lucro, y un centro de comunidad en Brooklyn, con la misión de educar personas que sean ciudadanos del mundo y que protejan el medio ambiente. Promovemos la curiosidad, la colaboración y la conexión con el entorno a través de programas de inmersión en español, basados en el juego y con énfasis en el desarrollo socio-emocional.