Jamestown infuses academic enrichment into all of our after-school and summer programming.
Jamestown Community Center is a youth-development nonprofit based in San Francisco that works with youth throughout their child and teenage years, providing after-school and summer programming, competitive and recreational sports, emotional support groups, and college/work preparation for high school youth.

Reading Rainbow Video from Jamestown's One Purpose TK Class


K-12 youth-development based after school classes and tutoring help youth stay on track academically while having fun and making friends.


Our K-8 summer camps get kids outside and around the city, keep kids active and help stem summer learning loss.


We place Youth Apprentices (YAPsters) as teaching assistants in our programs. Treehouse counseling groups give them a place to share their feelings.


Our soccer and flag football teams and our recreation programs keep kids active and teach them leadership and social skills.

Jamestown raises funds from a variety of sources to allow for free programming for low income families. For families who do not qualify for free or reduced lunch, Jamestown uses a fee structure based on the family's income. We strive to provide the highest quality program for the lowest cost to all families.

Fee Paying Families

For $7 a day, you can cover the cost of a full year of programming for one youth.