Healthy Asian Youth

Healthy Asian Youth

The Healthy Asian Youth (HAY) is an afterschool and summer program that recognizes the educational needs of underserved students in grades K-12. It welcomes kids of all backgrounds and races, providing them with tutoring, mentoring, leadership training, and other educational services. For grades K-6, HAY offers reading, mathematics, art, sciences, and computer enrichment classes. For grades 7-12, it focuses on violence prevention programs, college and career workshops, and SAT/ACT preparatory classes. It also provides unique opportunities for students to engage in recreational activities, including breakdancing, sports, arts and crafts, and field trips.
 

HAY 1: Upper Arlington Children (K-6)

 

Math, Reading, Culture, Science, and Health Enrichment Course
Tutoring and Mentoring Services
Mondays and Thursdays
4:30pm-6:45pm
AACS Office (4700 Reed Rd. Columbus, OH 43220)

 

HAY 2: West Side Children (K-6):

Math, Reading, Culture, Science, and Health Enrichment Course
Tutoring and Mentoring Services
Wednesdays and Fridays
4:30pm-6:45pm
Glenwood Recreation Center (1925 W. Broad St. Columbus, OH 43223)

 

Teen HAY: West Side Teenagers (7-12):

SAT/ACT/OGT Preparatory Course, College and Career Development, Community Service Projects
Tuesdays
4:30pm-6:45pm
Glenwood Recreation Center (1925 W. Broad St. Columbus, OH 43223)


To Register a Child, Please Contact:

Daniel Nam
Phone: 614-203-7474
E-mail: dnam@aacsohio.org

 

To Volunteer, Please Contact: 

Tyler Clementi

Phone: 330-701-6986
E-mail: clementi.4@buckeyemail.osu.edu

 


Connect with AACS
4700 Reed Road, Suite B, Upper Arlington, OH 43220
Phone:614.220.4023
Fax:614.220.4024
Interpreting Hotline:614-216-4988