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Arizona After School Programs

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BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL ARIZONA - ACORN MONTESSORI SITE - 7555 E. Long Look, Prescott Valley AZ - 928-308-8750
Our Mission: To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
DUNCAN 4-H - 1684 Fairgrounds Road, Duncan AZ - 928-359-2261
4-H is the non-formal youth development education program of the United States Department of Agriculture and the University of Arizona. Whether you live in the city, the suburbs, or on a farm/ranch, you can belong to the 4-H Program. 4-H helps youth develop through the mentoring and involvement of parents, teens, and other volunteers. They involve youth in organizing and conducting learning experiences in a community setting. 4-H is for all youth, ages 5-19, who want to have fun, learn new skills, and explore the world. Kids 5-8 join Cloverbuds – a non-competitive, fun introduction to the many projects available through 4-H. Youth ages 9-19 participate in 4-H by enrolling in projects and joining a club. 4-H gives youth that extra edge for life success by offering numerous opportunities to develop leadership, responsibility, citizenship and other life skills. 4-H helps develop competent, caring and actively engaged citizens who strengthen Arizona communities. Through our research-based curriculum and university ties, 4-H opens a world of possibilities to youth and their parents who want to explore their interests — from aerospace to gardening to dog care to robotics to horse to any project you can imagine.
NEW HOPE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM - 251 N Roosevelt Ave., Chandler AZ - 480-785-9500
Provide opportunity for the local youth to enrich their lives through academics, arts, sports and life skills.
ARTS FOR ALL OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME CLASSES - 2520 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson AZ - 520-622-4100
Arts for All, a non-profit corporation, began in 1979 by Steven L. Sles. In August of 1985, Third St. Kids was founded by Marcia Berger, an innovative pediatric physical therapist, to provide an after-school program in the performing arts for children with and without disabilities. In 1986, the non-profit corporation was turned over to Marcia Berger by its founder; and thus, Arts for All and Third St. Kids became one. The students, ages three through adulthood, come from throughout the greater Tucson, Arizona area. All aspects of the program exemplify integration for children with and without disabilities. Arts for All currently provides special considerations during the planning and programming for persons with physical disabilities, visual limitations, hearing impairments, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, emotional disturbances, mental illness, behavior problems, autism, and seizure disorders. All programs attempt to provide a quality art focus for children and youth with and without disabilities.
CARRIE CURRAN ART STUDIOS YOUNG VINCENTS ART AFTER SCHOOL - 10636 N. 71st Way, Scottsdale AZ - 480-478-8121
Carrie Curran Art Studios LLC (CCAS) is owned and operated by Carrie Curran, an accomplished artist whose work is in collections throughout the United States. AFTERSCHOOL, this program engages young artists to expand their creative side and gain new art skills during 8 week sessions. Students develop an eye for color, composition and design through guided, hands-on art projects. While mastering the fundamentals of drawing and painting, they also learn lifelong habits regarding techniques, material use and art appreciation.