What is Quincy Teen Reach?
Quincy Teen REACH (Responsibility, Education, Achievement, Caring, Hoping) is an out-of-school program, that serves at-risk students from 4th to 12th grade. Most students are living at poverty level and live with a combination of risk factors that we help address.
Our mission is to empower students to achieve positive growth and improve opportunities for future success while reducing detrimental behaviors.
Teen Reach operates Monday through Friday during the school year and during summer. These core services are part of our daily program:
- Improving educational performance
- Life-skills education (i.e. hygiene, college readiness, sex education, etc.)
- Recreation, sports, and cultural/artistic activities
- Positive adult mentoring
- Service learning (i.e. service projects)
- Parental involvement
- STEM projects and activities
|During the School Year||During the Summer & School Out Days|
Check out Quincy Teen REACH’s monthly newsletter and calendar below. Special events and programs are listed here, so make sure to check back each month.
Juniors and Seniors in high school that are interested in attending college or any first-generation college student is welcome to join our College Bound program. This program mentors students through their entire college journey. We provide support every step of the way whether you’re looking for help with applying to schools, assistance with purchasing dorm supplies, or general mentorship throughout your college career. For more information, check out our College Bound page.
If you are interested in your child joining the Quincy Teen REACH program, please fill out our registration form using the button below. After you submit a registration form, a staff will reach out to you to discuss your next steps.
Quincy Teen Reach Program Coordinator