Club Programs take place in our state-of-the art facility where Club members enjoy time learning and having fun in their junior and teen learning centers, the David & Mildred Morse library, teaching kitchen, art and dance studios, computer room and full-size gymnasium. Members may also show off their performance talent on the stage in our Theatre/Community Room. Partnered with Playcrafters, the local community theatre, many of our members have had the opportunity for a true professional experience!
Some of our programs are described below and you can download our Quarterly Programs to view the current schedule. We also offer a fee-based after school care program (ages 5-12) and summer program for youngsters and teens!
If you have questions, please call or stop by the Club to see us! We are here for you!
Summer Enrichment Program
Our Summer Program, for ages 5-12, will provide your child with an opportunity to develop character, learn essential life skills, make new friends and discover new interests.
School Age Child Care Program Ages 5-12
Provides supervised homework help, recreational and leisure time activities – use of the gymnasium, game room, arts and crafts, movies, and more! A snack is included.
When school is closed, your child can join us at the Club!
Michael and Scott, from Gateway Playhouse, work with a cohort of our juniors, ages 7-12, to professionally train them in various areas of the performing arts.
Lego Robotics is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program for juniors that encourage children to build functioning robots while enjoying playing with Legos.
RISE (Rewarding Intervention for Scholastic Elevation)
The mission of this program is to assist the truant/underachieving youth in attaining success regardless of obstacles that may impede their progress.
Mastic Torch Club
Mastic Torch Club is where youth (9-12 years old) learn leadership skills, do community service, have fun and make friends. This free service has meetings on Thursday evenings from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. at the William Floyd High School’s 9th and 10th grade cafeteria. Call Helene at 631-379-1447 for further information.
Passport to Manhood (Men of the Future)
Promotes and teaches responsibility in boys ages 12-18. This program consists of weekly sessions, each of which concentrates on a specific aspect of manhood through highly interactive activities. Each participant receives his own “passport” to underscore the notion that he is on a personal journey of maturation and growth.
This is a health fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for girls ages 5-8 and 9-12. The program is designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable early adolescent girls to develop to their full potential by engaging in fun small group activities, sports, discussions and occasional trips.
Provides a safe setting for teen girls to develop and adopt a healthy attitude and lifestyle while empowering them to be self-confident young ladies.
Goals for Graduation is an after school homework help program for upper, middle school and high school students. It operates from 2 – 6 p.m.
A character and leadership program for students in grades 9 through 12. Participants are trained to conduct hearings for real cases referred by the Suffolk County Department of Probation. Please contact Janet Wohlars at 631-451-8022 for more information.
You must be a member to participate in Club programs. 2016-17 membership application or call the Club at 631-286-9090 for more information. Thank you!