Positive Programming for Teens
Centro de la Comunidad
The Centro de la Comunidad was formed to help the Hispanic population of Southeastern Connecticut improve their education and employment opportunities. Call (860) 442-4463
Do the Write Thing
A free after-school creative writing class for students in grades 6-9. Sign up now for sessions on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 3:30 - 5:00 PM, February through May. E-mail Program Director, Nancy Rodgers or call (860) 460-2193.
Drop-In Learning Center
Provides preschool and before and after school programming for New London youth.
FRESH New London
Encourages and empowers broad participation by youth who learn work and life skills, receive leadership training and serve the community. They grow and distribute fresh food, assist in educational projects with children and families, and enjoy a rich first work experience.
The goal of Heavy Hitters is to support and empower kids of all ages who want to rise above challenges in their life, through mentoring and coaching.
Lyman Allyn Museum
Lyman Allyn Art Museum offers a wide range of family-friendly programs and classes as well as lectures and other events.
New London Community Boating
Children are taught about sailing and water safety through a class on land and through actual sailing on the water… learn more
New London High School Career Center
The Career Center is located on the second floor by the library at New London High School. It is open every school day from 7:30 until 2:00 to assist students with vocational and academic plans post high school. There is a support person available to help students apply for scholarships and college entrance exams.
Senior Class: Please make an appointment to discuss post-graduation plans!
Call 860-437-6406 to set-up your appointment.
New London Youth Affairs (NLYA)
Youth Affairs strives to promote healthy choices among youth in New London, by supporting community, family, and individual well being. Departments include:
Early Childhood and Youth Center
School Aged Series
Whale’s Tales Book Bank
Parent Leadership Training Institute
Juvenile Review Board
New London Community & Campus Coalition (NLCCC)
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
SADD is a group of middle and high school students who meet weekly to discuss and create ideas and activities to promote healthy decisions and lifestyles among New London teens. Membership is limited so please call the NLCCC office to set up an interview 860-440-6650.
Writer’s Block Ink
To arm young voices with the power of pen and prose, reinforcing teamwork, accountability and responsibility igniting social change on the page and stage.
Home Work Help
New London Public Library
Download this list of on-line homework resources.