Find something to do after school A.S.A.P. with ASAP

Find something to do after school A.S.A.P. with ASAP

Photo: Eagles’ Quarterback Michael Vick facing off against Chess Challenge senior Jowel Ammons at the 2012  Eagles Chess Tournament sponsored by ASAP/After School Activities Partnerships and the Eagles Youth Partnership. Photo Credit Rachel Utain-Evans.

Looking for something to do between the end of the school day and going home? Well, of course you can use your STAMP pass to visit a museum, but if you’re looking to hang out and learn something new like chess, debating, or drama, check out the ASAP after school programs directory.

ASAP stands for After School Activities Partnership, and the ASAP directory has clubs and activities you can join all across the city. You can even filter your search through the directory to find stuff just for high schoolers, and locations are laid out on a map so you can find out what’s going on closest to you. If you’re busy after school, there are even ways to filter for before school, weekend, overnight and summer programs.

Click here to try out the directory! If you’ve used the ASAP directory before, let us know about your experience in the comments!