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Arkansas After School Programs

Are you looking for after school programs in the Arkansas area? Simply pick the city that is closest to your particular locale, and you'll be able to look through a listing of after school programs and summer camps in that city. You'll be surprised at the wide variety of after school programs that we have on offer - it's much easier to find what you are looking for when there is a list of programs in the same place to choose from. Check out the many different after school and summer camp offerings in Arkansas - your children will thank you!

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CHARACTER CARE AFTER SCHOOL - 905 South 13th Street, Rogers AR - 479-636-1588
Character Care is another program of First Christian Church Youth Programs and operates during the school year. Character Care was established during the school year of 1999-2000 and provides a safe pick up of students from school to our facility. We provide time for a snack, homework, and outside play. Character Care is open from the time of school dismissal to 6:00pm. We follow the Rogers School District Calendar. If school is closed then Character Care is also closed. (teacher in-service or inclement weather)
4-H AFTERSCHOOL - 2301 S. University, Little Rock AR - 501-671-2270
4-H Afterschool programs foster a unique combination of fun and learning that helps youth develop lifelong skills, such as leadership, critical thinking and teamwork. The programs address a growing need for quality after-school programming in the U.S., where as many as 15 million children come home to empty houses after school. Research shows that latchkey youth are at a higher risk for violent crimes, substance abuse, antisocial behavior, poor academic performance and becoming school dropouts. To combat this, 4-H Afterschool programs offer a wealth of research-based, ready-to-use “learning by doing” curricula on a wide variety of topics. 4-H tailors programs to each urban, suburban or rural community, supporting programs in many shapes and sizes, depending on the needs and interests of local communities and the youth and adults involved. 4-H Afterschool helps youth develop vital life skills, such as: Making decisions, Solving problems, Thinking critically, Setting goals, Getting excited about learning. 4-H Afterschool connects kids to the University of Arkansas administrative infrastructure for 4-H youth programs across the state.
SOUTH SEBASTIAN COUNTY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB - 38 N. Hester Cut, Greenwood AR - 479-996-6877
The South Sebastian County Boys & Girls Club is a not-for-profit organization.
SCOTT COUNTY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB - 595 West 6th Street, Waldron AR - 479-637-3188
The Scott County Boys and Girls Club opened in 1999 with no members. The club has been a great success with children and adults alike, now with over 500 club members. With kids from the ages of 6 to 18, The Boys and Girls Club is the only after school youth serving organization in Scott County, and takes pride in that! The club strives to meet everyone's expectations, but at the same time would like to keep order and discipline in effect.
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS - BILLY MITCHELL - 3107 West Capitol, Little Rock AR - 501-666-9486
In 2007, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arkansas was formed as a result of a merger of the Little Rock and North Little Rock Boys and Girls Clubs. The mission is to continue a proud tradition that spans over 95 years in serving the Central Arkansas community. The Club has a proud, tradition of developing boys and girls into well-rounded adults and productive, responsible citizens. Over the years we have adapted to meet the changing needs of youth in a changing and increasingly hazardous society. The Boys & Girls Club has developed solutions and alternatives to many of the pressures and problems today's kids face.We intervene with positive life-shaping programs, producing the direction so many need. We provide a positive alternative to neighborhood gangs and destructive personal behavior.