Make the most of your child’s (K-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 Spring After School takes place March 28-May 26, 2022. No classes will be held during the week of April 18th.Register
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 with roundtrip transportation available from Skokie for students in Keshet’s High School or Transition Program.
While kids are having fun for two hours with Keshet, After School gives you time for working, relaxing, or running errands.
Join your friends for new after school activities this spring. Choose the days that interest you or come for all!
Wednesdays: Yoga and Drama
Thursdays: Music and Games, Sports & More
March 30-May 26 (No classes week of Apr. 18)
4:15-6:15pm | $400/day of the week
Solomon Schechter Day School, Northbrook
Connect with friends old and new through music, songs, sounds and fun. Zoom link will be provided after registration.
Mar 29-May 24 | Tuesdays & Thursdays (No class week of Apr 18)
Get ready twist, shout, and bust a move with this high-energy dance and exercise class. Prior experience is not needed. Zoom link will be provided after registration.
Mar 28-May 23 | Mondays & Wednesdays (No class week of Apr 18)
Keshet After School is open to students attending public schools, private schools and Keshet’s schools. To find out if After School is a good fit for your child, contact Savanna Biagioni, Program Coordinator.Email Savanna
Our community’s well-being is our top priority. Keshet Recreation programs have adopted COVID-19 policies and procedures with this in mind. These guidelines will be reviewed and updated as public health policies change.Read Policies
For a class in a Masters program, Jen Phillips, Keshet’s CEO, explores Tikkun Olam, traditional Jewish texts and the connection to Keshet.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Providing for people’s emotional wellness has always been part of how Keshet supports people in our programs, and is now an important priority.