Education and Youth
Education & Youth Services
Early Childhood Development
These centers serve children 3 months up to age four. NCC designed these centers to meet the needs of working parents and to provide education and activities to develop children’s language, motor, social and intellectual skills.
Community Hills Early Learning Center ~ 973-621-0852
85 Irvine Turner Blvd, Newark, NJ 07103
Harmony House Early Learning Center ~ 973-242-3115
278 Orange Ave., Newark, NJ 07103
New Horizons Community Charter School ~ 973-848-0400
45 Hayes St., Newark, NJ 07103
NCC’s first charter school serving children in grades K—5.
New Horizons After-School Program ~ The NCC after school programs develop activities that promote growth mentally, physically, and socially.
Charter School Basketball League ~ NCC Youth Services, in collaboration with the New Jersey Education Consortium, provides students from Newark and surrounding cities the opportunities to learn and compete in a safe and nurturing environment. Students have the opportunity to participate in a mini basketball camp and tournaments that focus on the fundamentals of basketball and teaches the students valuable social skills such as teamwork, discipline and responsibility.
Supplemental Education Services
The SES program provides individual and small group academic instruction, taught by certified and experienced teachers. Our curriculum targets the specific educational needs and learning styles of each child. Teachers continuously monitor the effectiveness of the programs by using formative assessment and differentiated instruction aligned to New Jersey Core Content Standards in reading, mathematics and language arts. Student Performance Data is used by the teacher to drive instructional programs and improve student performance.
The objective of NCC’s SES program is to engage, motivate and provide children with hands-on, meaningful learning experiences that will maximize their potential and build confidence and proficiency in literacy and mathematics. Our primary goals are to:
Reinforce learning that occurs during the regular school day
Provide time and space for quiet study
Provide educational enrichment activities that spark curiosity and love of learning
The program is 120 minutes of intervention activities during after-school hours four days per week.
Msgr. William J. Linder Scholarship Fund
233 West Market St., 2nd Floor
Newark, New Jersey 07103
The Msgr. William J. Linder Scholarship Fund provides much-needed financial support to enable students from low-income families to attend some of the finest Catholic high schools and boarding schools in the entire Northeast.
To contribute to the scholarship fund go to www.newcommunity.org or mail check to the above address.