Make the most of your child’s (4th Grade-Transition) after-school hours when they discover new interests, build social skills and make new friends through fun, engaging activities. Keshet’s After School makes the most out of your child’s afternoons.
Keshet’s Fall After School takes place Sep 7 – Dec 8, 2022. No classes will be held during the weeks of Oct. 3 and Nov. 21.Register for Fall
Keshet After School offers something for everyone—music, sports, drama, fitness, art, yoga, games and more. Our low 1:3 staff to student ratio provides plenty of personalized support.
We’re nearby! Programs take place in Northbrook and Skokie with one way transportation available from Keshet’s Day School or Keshet’s High School.
While kids are having fun for two hours with Keshet, After School gives you time for working, relaxing, or running errands.
Activities: Creative Arts & Basketball
Sep 7-Dec 7 | No program on Oct 5 and Nov 23
Solomon Schechter Day School, Northbrook
$600 | $1080 (1:1)
Transportation available from Skokie to Northbrook with a minimum of 3 students. All students must be picked up in Northbrook.
Activities: Music & Martial Arts
Sep 8-Dec 8 | No program on Oct 6 and Nov 24
Ida Crown Jewish Academy, Skokie
$600 | $1080 (1:1)
Transportation available from Northbrook to Skokie with a minimum of 3 students. All students must be picked up in Skokie.
When school’s out, Keshet is in.
Each day includes a fun field trip, crafts, games and more. School Day Out programs are open to kids and teens of all abilities.
Election Day: Nov 8
Pre-Thanksgiving: Nov 21, 22 & 23* 2022
Winter Day Camp: Dec 23, 30 & Jan 3-6
MLK Day: Jan 16, 2023
Presidents Day: Feb 20, 2023
10am-5pm | $120/day
Details about field trips coming soon.
* 1/2 day
Keshet After School is open to students attending public schools, private schools and Keshet’s schools. To find out if After School or any of our School’s Out Programs are a good fit for your child, contact Drew McNamara, Recreation Program Manager, 630.566.9859.Email Drew
After school activities are more fun with more people! Volunteers (6th grade and older) are needed to participate alongside students and also assist instructors. Volunteers can choose the day of the week and location that works best for them, and need to be available for the entire semester. While there is no fee for volunteering, you must submit an application.Learn more
As the new year approaches and I reflect on Keshet’s mission, I know without a shadow of a doubt that we will get there—all communal spaces will be inclusive and welcoming to people with disabilities.
Almost fifty years after her first time going to overnight camp, Michelle is now experiencing what camps are like when they partner with Keshet. She’s finding more than just inclusion; it is true belonging.