The Duxbury Student Union is a non-profit youth development organization in Duxbury for students 3rd grade through High School. We are an independent program, with no government, town, or school funding. DSU programming is funded solely through our after school programs, special events, and fundraising efforts in the community.
The DSU is not just an after school hangout! And, you do not need to be part of our after school programs to enjoy all DSU has to offer.
We serve the needs of over 1,500 young people through our after school programs, evening and weekend private events and enrichment classes. Youth are engaged and empowered to explore their passions through our unique programming including acting workshops, coffee houses where teens showcase musical talents, cooking classes and bake-offs, outreach programs where youth design their own fundraising initiatives, basketball and football “backyard” pick-up games, to name only a few. Weekends at DSU are filled with youth designed and directed dances and themed events. The youth bring their imaginations and DSU provides the platform and the adult guidance to develop core values such as trust, loyalty, teamwork, self-confidence and community involvement. In only 5 years of operations at the historic Wright building in the center of the school campus, DSU has built a vibrant, excited, and connected young community.
To learn more about DSU, contact Sue Bradford at 781.934.2290 or stop in Monday through Thursday afternoons to see what we are all about.