Our morning program is an open door for students to prepare for the day. Students engage in educational centers, complete assignments and are provided with academic support.
On site supplemental education and enrichment provided to elementary schools with half day TK programs and extended day kinder programs through project learning and thematic lessons.
Our afternoon program focuses on whole child education through a blend of academics, athletics and enrichment. Students are grouped by grade level and rotated through the components.
A California state funded grant, ASES, allows us to provide PM program services on campus at no cost to families. The ASES program has limited enrollment and maintains a strict attendance policy. Please inquire for more information.
During many school closures we provide thematic camp options on school campus. All public school attendants are welcome. Please inquire for more information.
Our team hosts single day events and/or enrichment workshops on school campuses or through local events. We are always looking for ways to connect with the community. Please inquire for more information.
All of our programs offer the essential components that support whole child education
Academics Athletics Enrichment
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Quality Standards for Expanded Learning
The California Department of Education released its first guidelines for Expanded Learning Programs in 2014. These guidelines act as a framework of quality for programs on school campuses.
"California’s Expanded Learning programs are an integral part of young people’s education, engaging them in year round learning opportunities that prepare them for college, career, and life." -CDE
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800,000+ K-12 students
4,500+ expanded learning programs
540+ hours of instruction time
What is the ASES Grant Program?
The After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program is the result of the 2002 voter-approved initiative, Proposition 49.