Summer Learning Programs
In our current COVID-19 environment, our funded program partners are working hard to determine how best to provide services to children and families during the summer months. While we plan to compile their contact information here, please understand that information may change faster than we can update. Your best and most accurate information will ALWAYS come directly from the program, and we encourage you to reach out to them.
The Arc of St. Lucie County
Provides summer program for youth with physical and developmental disabilities. The focus of the program is academics, exercise and providing respite support to parents.
Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County
BGC Summer Program
- Phone: 772-460-9918
- Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County Website
Provides summer development activities for children ages 6 to 18 that focus on educational enrichment, recreation, leadership development, and drug and teen pregnancy prevention.
Frontline for Kids, Inc.
Frontline for Kids is a summer program for youth that focuses on educational enrichment, leadership development, positive decision making, and career exploration for St. Lucie County youth ages 12 to 18. Program goals include providing on-going leadership, direction, and long-term support to students during their most difficult years of development
Music Enhancement Program
Future Generations provides a music enhancement program where youth experience creating sounds, learning, and playing on keyboards, drums, string instruments, guitars, basses and brass instruments.
Grace Educational Center
Grace Ed Summer
- Phone: 772-242-1581
- Email: email@example.com
- 712 N 7th Street, Suite A
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Grace Ed Summer is an academic focused program designed to help students mitigate or eliminate academic loss through mastering basic mathematics and reading comprehension skills.
Helping People Succeed
Helping Kids Succeed
- Phone: 772-320-0791
- Helping People Succeed Website
Specialized services for children diagnosed with emotional, behavioral and learning disorders. The program provides a structured, positive skill building with academic support, social skills, and tutoring.
In the Image of Christ, Inc.
Youth 4 Change Summer
- Phone: 772-461-7788
- In the Image of Christ Website
- 3090 Avenue G
Fort Pierce, FL 34947
The Youth 4 Change Summer Broadcasting Program provides an opportunity for teens, age 13 to 18, to learn about the careers related with music creation in a professional music and video recording studio and radio broadcasting in a professional radio station setting.
Indian River State College
- Phone: 772-462-7295
- IRSC Website
- 3209 Virginia Avenue
Fort Pierce, FL 34981
The Emerging Technologies Summer Program (ETSP) is designed to introduce high school students to advancements in hi-technology fields, improve their knowledge of STEM, mitigate learning loss during summer months and keep kids off the streets.
Multi-Cultural Resource Center
Youth Development Program
- Phone: 772-672-3710
- Multi-Cultural Resource Center Website
- 302 N 23rd Street
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Summer program for youth providing tutoring, education assistance, and character development. Staff also provides families with referral to community resources.
Save Our Children, Inc.
Tutorial, Cultural, Recreational Enhancements
- Phone: 772-466-8398
- 464 N 9th Street
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
This Save Our Children summer program provides tutoring and character development while placing a special emphasis on cultural and social traditions.
St. Lucie County Parks & Recreation
Lincoln Park Community Center
- Phone: 772-462-1991
- SLC Parks & Rec Website
- 1306 Avenue M, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Provides educational and recreational summer program for ages 5-14. The program will include structured activities designed for enhancing learning and skill building, increasing scholastic performance while encouraging fun and enjoyment.
Sword Outreach & Mentoring
Higher Learning and Community Opportunity
Provides summer program activities for students in the Sheraton Plaza neighborhood. Activities will focus on academic support, literacy and organized recreational activities.
YMCA of the Treasure Coast
Currently serving students and abiding by CDC guidelines.
Using an established curriculum from the YMCA of the USA, the program provides tutoring and reading time, team sports, fitness, arts and crafts.