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How do I get a free Arch Street Pass?

All students must register online prior to participating in any Arch Street programs or events. Registration can be found here and must be signed (electronically) by both the student and a parent/guardian.

Why do I need an Arch Street Pass?

Information shared on the registration form will help us keep our teens safe (all registration information will be kept private and never shared or sold).

Where can I register for the Arch Street Pass?

The application is available online here. You may also pick up a hard copy at the Arch Street Teen Center.

So I need to apply for an Arch Street Pass each year for eligibility?

No; the application needs to be completed once, and is good all the way through your 12th grade year. Please notify Arch Street when information needs to be updated.

My cousin is visiting from out of town. Can he/she come with me?

Yes! As long as he/she is currently in the 6th-12th grade, completes a registration form, and attends a grade-appropriate event. If a parent is not available to sign the form, please have a local guardian sign it.

Is it possible to update information that has changed since my registration was submitted?

Your information can be updated by calling 203-629-5744.

What students are eligible to attend Arch Street?

Arch Street is available for students in 6th-12th grades who submit a completed registration form and either live in Greenwich or attend a Greenwich school. Some events are specific to grade; please check the calendar to find programs and events that apply to your grade level.

Do I need money to attend an Arch Street event?

The Brick House Cade on Monday-Friday afternoon is free. Some other events have an associated cost (that is paid upon registration), but is all-inclusive of beverage, pizza, and other snacks (if applicable). No money is required at the center.

What can I do at Arch Street?

There are many things to do at Arch Street!

The Brick House Cafe is a weekly drop-in Monday through Friday (2:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.) that offers low-key, unstructured after-school socializing. It’s free, snacks and beverages are provided, socializing or homework can be done, or there is plenty of space for school clubs to meet.

There are exercise classes and educational programs offered (check the Calendar), as well as a pool table, foosball, basketball, and arcade games.

On the weekends, Arch Street has dances and other social events.

The recording studio is free of charge, but must be booked in advance by contacting Dexter Frisch at

How can I get to and from Arch Street?

Students find their way to and from Arch Street by way of a parent/guardian or carpool. With permission, middle school students can leave by biking or walking. Teens with a driver’s license may drive to and from Arch Street. Teens may be dropped off by a cab, Uber, or other drive service, but middle school students may not leave in a cab, Uber, or other ride service.

What if I want to get more involved with Arch Street?

For teens, we have a Junior Board that helps plan the events and programs. For parents and guardians, we have many volunteer opportunities.

Please contact Kyle Silver on 203.629.5744 or for more information.

Can my business or organization partner with Arch Street or sponsor an event?

Yes! The support of local businesses and organizations is vital to the success of programs like Arch Street, and we are honored by their generosity.

We have various sponsorship opportunities throughout the year. For more information, please contact Kyle Silver on 203.629.5744 or