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After School Programs

First grade students at pond on campus
Students on playground after school
Students playing during Extended Day program
Teacher with students during mini class on woodworking
More than 80% of the student body is involved in Community School's After School Program. Three options are available: childcare, homework help, and enriching classes. 

Extended Day

Our childcare program is available for all grades. Extended Day strives to provide a supportive, home-like environment for children. Outdoor games, creative play, crafts, and quiet time for reading and/or homework are scheduled for the children. A daily snack is provided. Extended Day also meets during faculty professional days and conference days, as well as most school holidays from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The semester cost is $795 (one or two days per week) or $1,250 (three or more days per week). There is also a $55 daily drop-in fee and $110 fee for all-days unless already enrolled full-time.

Homework Club

Homework Club is designed to assist third through sixth grade students in the management and completion of homework and long-term assignments. It is not meant to be a tutoring class, but rather an opportunity for students to practice and master time management and organizational skills. Students meet with experienced homework advisors to discuss assignments, organize materials, and establish long- and short-term goals. A nutritious snack and exercise are offered each day. 

Homework Club meets Monday through Thursday; two days minimum enrollment is required. The semester cost is $795 (one or two days per week) or $1,250 (three or four days per week). The cost is $805 (one or two days per week) or $1,260 (three or four days per week) if added on to Extended Day.

Mini Classes

Mini Classes provide a variety of after school experiences, with a wide range of offerings such as tennis, pickleball, art, gymnastics, chess, LEGO robotics, and dance. Topics offer students in junior kindergarten through sixth grade an opportunity to explore exciting and enticing academic and non-academic areas. Classes are often taught by Community School teachers, although community organizations such as STAGES, COCA, and Little Medical School also regularly provide classes.