Explore our youth programs
The Clarkston Community Center has always been dedicated to improving the live's of the youth living in the Clarkston area. In addition to our standard weekly classes, we also offer two expansive programs that help young people learn and better themselves.
After School Program
Our after-school middle and high school program was the result of an ongoing need to address many problems faced by young adults in their homes, schools, and social communities. By joining the after-school program, these students become confident around the issues they face on a daily basis like youth violence, cultural diversity, health inequities, and obstacles to educational attainment.
This program is being sponsored by the DeKalb County Youth Services and the Clarkston Community Center and is open to middle and high school students. If you know someone who may benefit, please reach out to Eric Williams the Youth Coordinator at the Clarkston Community Center for registration or any form of inquiry.
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CCC Quiet Zones
CCC Quiet Zones is a free service open to residents of DeKalb County that is designed to provide quiet socially distanced space for students to participate in their virtual classes. Students will be encouraged to bring their district assigned technology (Chromebooks, hotspot devices, IPads, etc.,) or if the student does not have access to technology, we will provide the student with a loaner laptop during their time in CCC Quiet Zones.
CCC Quiet Zones were created to provide working parents, children that academic assistance, as well as families without access to adequate technology the opportunity to participate in their virtual classes in a supervised, safe, and quiet environment. Participants will receive free breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks. Students are welcome to bring their own breakfast, lunch and snacks. Again, CCC Quiet Zones is a free service that is open to all children residents of DeKalb County. For more information please email youth@
The Clarkston STEAM-Plus Summer Camp (STEAM standing for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) welcomes children between the ages of 11-18.
The fun and creative atmosphere of our camp helps to build stronger English language skills for those who are new to this country and bolsters self-confidence for participants, for both girls and boys. The campers explore and create eco-art, assemblage art, painting, drama, dance, and gardening in addition to the core subjects like science, mathematics, social studies and English taught by qualified instructors.
To expand technology skills, the camp also features 3D printing, computer programming, and architectural design using CAD computer programs. For more information, call 404-508-1050.
Clarkston Community Center is also proud to offer a wide range of classes for all walks of life. Don't miss the opportunity to share in our weekly and special events.