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A teacher in club48 afterschool is sitting with two kids in aprons as they show him their creations
A young girl in a club48 is focused on coloring with a purple marker


USES’s afterschool and out-of-school time program, club48, provides high-quality care and enrichment opportunities for children. Through lessons, activities, local field trips, and projects, our classrooms provide a thriving environment where children can develop and strengthen their innovation, collaboration, and leadership skills.

We ensure the quality of our services through our STEAM-driven curriculum, where we teach STEM concepts with an Art lens, and our classroom leaders create and run lessons that inspire children to continue being lifelong learners.

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An Overview

Program Stats


kids served each year



children identify as BIPOC



families are from the South End neighborhood



families live in Boston
A teacher in club48 is checking in her kids as they line up to go inside from the playground

Our program

Our program proudly serves up to 60 children, from the ages of 5 to 12. USES is dedicated to providing children with a safe and inclusive environment. Our small class sizes help us provide individual care to each child, serve healthy and nutritious foods while respecting all dietary concerns, and be a place where parents, caregivers, and children can feel welcomed.

Hours of Operation
2:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday – Friday.
During school vacation days and the summer, our program operates from
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday – Friday

For further information about enrollment, please contact Kaiti Coffin, Director of Youth and Family Mobility Programming, at or (617) 375-8119.