Fl!pside, the opposite of boredom. Afterschool activities for youth
  • The fall session of Flipside launched October, 10th 2022

    Flipside is a free afterschool program that provides a fun and safe opportunity for students to participate in a variety of high-quality academic and enrichment activities. Flipside is open to all students regardless of which school they attend, and it is FREE for all students thanks to American Rescue Plan funding and a 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant. 

    Learn more about Flipside HERE

  • Important Links 

    Winter/Spring registration for Flipside is now open!  Registration can be done online at the following link: 

    Winter/Spring Registration

    Class Descriptions

    Teenventure is a non-school day college and career exploration program, with morning career field-trips to different locations and an afternoon field-trip to someplace fun.  There will be several non-school day adventures this year.  Keep your eye on the Teenventure website, and watch for information from Ms. Nikol as well. 

    Flipside Teenventure


Program Details

  • For more information on Flipside classes for Fall, contact Nikol Gordon.  

    • For Youth Grades 6-8

      Monday through Thursday
      Between 3:00-5:00 p.m.Winter/Spring 2023 Session: Jan 30-May 11

      • We will have bussing all 4 days of Flipside starting January 30th.  





Contact Us

  • Ms. Nikol

    Nikol Gordon, Program Coordinator
    Direct Phone: 651.744.6525
    Flipside Phone: 651.744.6910
    Email: nikol.gordon@spps.org


    If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Nikol Gordon, nikol.gordon@spps.org

    We are always looking for students and parents to be involved with our program!

Flipside on Social Media

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ARP Sponsorship

  • Flipside is sponsored by the Saint Paul Public Schools Alternative Education and Community Education Departments in partnership with the City of Saint Paul Public Library and is partially funded with SPPS District American Rescue Plan funding through June 30, 2024.