Concord’s youth development program supports and expands whole-child development for neighborhood youth aged 5-18 years through access to quality enrichment experiences.

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The program is offered before-school, after-school, and full-day out of school breaks. Our out-of-school schedule aligns with the IPS academic calendar.

The youth program offers standards-aligned, evidenced-based academic, health, social and recreational activities that are delivered through small and large group instruction. Our diverse staff and fast-paced program schedule ensure that the program engages a variety of ages, abilities, and interests.

Afternoon snacks are provided year-round, and lunch is served when school is not in session.

Program tuition is assessed weekly, and it is calculated on a sliding scale, based on household income. Through a variety of private and public support, all families receive some scholarship assistance. Concord also accepts CCDF vouchers, which means eligible families may be able to attend at no cost.

During the school year, participants must attend one of Concord’s listed partner schools. Intersession and summer breaks are open to all school-aged youth who reside in the catchment area.

To Enroll

For questions or to begin the enrollment process, please contact Paula Richter-Hayes at 317-637-4376 x: 2130 or If you are interested in transferring to an IPS partner school, please visit

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Schools in our Program

Concord’s before and afterschool program serves children at six elementary schools during the 2023-2024 school year. For the 2024-25 school year, we will expand our partners to serve IPS elementary and middle schools located in our zone, Zone 4, which was approved as part of the Rebuilding Stronger plan. Our partner schools are:

Abraham Lincoln Elementary School
5241 Brehob Road, 46227

IPS #46 Daniel Webster
1450 S. Reisner Street, 46221

IPS #31 James A. Garfield
307 Lincoln Street, 46225

IPS #34 Eleanor Skillen
1410 Wade Street, 46203

Christel House Academy South
2405 Madison Avenue, 46225

Youth Development Staff

  • Lynn Rogers, Director of Child and Youth Programs
    317-637-4376 x: 2129
  • Cindy Turentine, Program, Transportation, and Nutrition Staff
    317-637-4376 x: 2124
  • Jackie McIntyre, Program Staff
  • Ann Calizaire, Program Staff
  • Paula Hayes, 2Gen Program and Enrollment Manager
  • Hallie Robbins, Education Coordinator

2024 Holiday Schedule

The Center will be closed in observance of the following holidays:

  • Memorial Day: May 27, 2024
  • Independence Day: July 2 – July 6, 2024
  • Labor Day: September 2, 2024
  • Thanksgiving: November 28th and 29th, 2024
  • Christmas: December 25th and December 26th, 2024