Elementary Out of School Time

Our elementary school program welcomes students into a creative environment designed to help young minds develop into future leaders.

the pittsburgh project makerspace (dreamlab)

Be Yourself.

We provide daily tutoring to ensure that every student can get the maximum benefit from their homework. However, this is just the beginning of what we offer to our students, as we operate programming that focuses on developing creativity, curiosity and character. Our goal is to help our students to become innovators and change-makers in an ever shifting global landscape.

Students will…


We encourage our students to find their passions by exploring a wide variety of activities such as: robotics, visual arts, writing, yoga, engineering, wrestling, fashion design and drama.


In 2016, The Pittsburgh Project collaborated with the Children’s Museum to launch a makerspace called the DREAMlab.  Students have daily opportunities to explore and learn through hands-on projects in sewing, wood working, design, and circuitry.  


Play is absolutely essential to healthy cognitive, social, and emotional development. We are purposeful about providing opportunities for play-based learning.


Faith is the foundation of our vision and elementary students are taught foundational truths.  We seek to help students understand Christ’s teachings in concrete and applicable ways.

The program operates Monday through Friday after school dismissal, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm, with transportation options available.

For assistance with registration, contact:


Administrative Associate

x533 / rkoshir@pittsburghproject.org

Interested in volunteering? Please complete our volunteer application form.

Elementary School Staff


John Lozecki

Out-Of-School Time Program Coordinator (K-5)