Homework Tutoring

Resume help, scholarship applications, post secondary applications, and essay editing included.

– Free
– Ages 12 to 17
– 4 pm to 6 pm

Next session coming Soon!

Contact Labib Chowdhury at labib@scaddingcourt.org

Youth Gaming

WHOOpen to all youth and young adults up to 29
WHATAre you a gamer?
Interested in playing the latest games and game systems?
Gym will be set up with multiple consoles including PS5, XBOX, and Nintendo Switch.
Streaming Raptors/Leafs games when teams are playing.
Refreshments provided.
WHYPlaying games
WHENEvery Friday 3:30pm-9pm
10 – 12 years old: 3:30pm – 6pm
13+ years old: 6pm – 9pm
CONTACToso@apexandraparkcc.org
ALEXANDRA PARK CC, 105 GRANGE CRT.
www.alexparkcc.org @alexpark_cc

Women’s Specific Recreational Programs

Women’s Boxing and Fitness Program

WHOOpen to all women – Ages 13 and up
WHATBeginner level boxing classes. Free, taught by female instructor
WHYLearn boxing and fitness
WHENEvery Monday, 5:30pm – 6:30pm.
CONTACTLabib at 647-370-1171, labib@scaddingcourt.org

Women’s Basketball Program

WHOOpen to all women – Ages 13 to 24
WHATDrop-in. Registration required
WHYLearn basketball
WHENEvery Thursday, 5:30pm – 7:00pm.
CONTACTLabib at 647-370-1171, labib@scaddingcourt.org


Girl’s Soccer Program – Fuel the Soul

PARTNERSHIP WITH:
WHOGirls (age 13-17)
WHAT‘Fuel the Soul’ – Girl’s Soccer program is a 3-hour weekly program focus on supporting girls and young women through sport and mental health wellness workshops to develop skills to increase their resilience, grit, team work and self-confidence on and off the field. 
WHYLearn soccer and workshops on mental health Wellness.
WHENComing soon!
CONTACTLabib at 647-370-1171, labib@scaddingcourt.org


Athletics and Recreation

Open to youth of all ages, this program provides opportunities for physical activity, team-building, physical and social skills development, making friends and having fun. Activities include: badminton, basketball, ball hockey and volleyball.

Newcomer Youth Program

For youth ages 13- 17, recreational activities include basketball, badminton, boxing, soccer, hockey, table tennis, workshops, computer labs, cooking, art projects, board/video games, outings, homework club and English conversation circles.

HeARTWork

For youth ages 16-24 affected by mental health and/or substance use concerns. Peer-led group discussions (health promotion, substance use prevention, harm reduction); youth-led music production (beat production, studio time); workshops, visual arts (animation, painting, photography); wellness, spoken word and writing workshops.