A Great Start and Finish, Every Day

Fun, creative, engaging opportunities await your child on school day mornings and afternoons. Our before- and after-school program for school-age students focuses on what your child needs and enjoys most: creative play indoors and outside, homework support, imaginative STEM activities, and a healthy snack to keep them energized.

This robust experience is designed to meet the needs of each individual child.

Wrap the School Day in Fun

Get Ready for the Day

In the morning, we set your child up for success during the school day by offering a consistent morning routine with opportunities for calming activities, free play, and a whole group activity designed to encourage students to set a goal for their day ahead.

Power of Play

In the afternoon, your child can get the wiggles out after a day spent in the classroom. Free play as well as structured play-based activities are offered. Play-based learning enables children to build a sense of community in the classroom, enhance their creativity, and grow as collaboration. During outdoor and indoor play, your child will take on physical challenges and develop habits for a healthy lifestyle.

Homework Support

During afternoon sessions, we provide dedicated time for your child to receive homework support. Each school-age classroom is stocked with school supplies and educational resources to support their homework completion.


21st Century learning skills—such as being able to collaborate, think critically, express creativity, and communicate effectively—are crucial to a child’s development. STEM learning encourages development of such skills through engaging, hands-on activities around science, technology, engineering, and math.


Stay in the know! As a parent or caregiver, you receive daily communications and updates about your child’s experience through our exclusive family app, SproutAbout.

Get peace of mind as you see what activities your child is participating in, engage teachers for homework support, and connect with your child about their day.

Need a ride?

Ask your school director about possible transportation from your elementary school.