New Castle County is home to many 4-H clubs for youth ages 5-18. The clubs are located throughout the county. 4-H’ers learn life skills through a variety of 4-H projects like livestock and horses, pets, nutrition, clothing, photography, bicycle safety, woodworking and much more!
Although a 4-H’er may take any project, some clubs specialize in a project area. Younger children ages 5-7 can get started in 4-H with Cloverbud clubs.
Want to start your own club? Check with your county office.
New Castle County operates afterschool programs in a variety of schools and communities. For more information, visit the State 4-H Afterschool Program site.
Thank you for your interest in the New Castle County 4-H Embryology Program. This exciting and interactive project gives youth the opportunity to gain hands-on life experience by hatching chicks in the classroom. This school enrichment program includes one week of caring for and raising baby chicks.
New Castle County is home to Health Rocks—a fun, interactive curriculum that teaches young people ages 8-14 the life skills needed to make healthy choices and resist tobacco, alcohol and drugs. For more information visit the Health Rocks page.