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California After School Programs

Are you looking for after school programs in the California 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 California - your children will thank you!

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EAGLE VILLAGE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM @ WESTLAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL - 2629 Harrison Street, Oakland CA - 510-457-1474
We are in our 14th year of offering ASP to students at Westlake Middle School. We offer a "club-based" model, where students enroll in project-based clubs to participate in. These are offered by community-based organizations, credentialed teachers within the school community, and volunteers. We charge $300 for participation in ASP for the entire school year. This is a high impacted program, and we usually operate with a waiting list of 100+ students throughout the year. We do our best to offer equitable access to our clubs, while giving priority to our returning students and families each year.
EAGLE VILLAGE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM @ MONTERA MIDDLE SCHOOL - 5555 Ascot Drive, Oakland CA - 510-457-1474
We are in our 3rd year of offering ASP to students at Montera Middle School. We offer a "club-based" model, where students enroll in project-based clubs to participate in. These are offered by community-based organizations, credentialed teachers within the school community, and volunteers. All families at Montera are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of offering programs to the larger school community.
EAGLE VILLAGE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM @ PARKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 7929 Ney Avenue, Oakland CA - 510-457-1474
We are in our 2nd year of offering ASP to students at Parker Elementary School. We serve approximately 110 students each day, ranging from Transitional Kindergarten to 7th grade. We are working with ASP staff to create an intentional community in the ASP here, where students take ownership over their school, their program, and their community at large. This is a high impacted program, and we usually operate with a waiting list of 100+ students throughout the year. We do our best to offer equitable access to the program, so please stay up to date with our waiting list that will be updated weekly throughout the year.
9 DOTS - 931 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles CA - 323-524-8328
9 Dots’ after-school programs are designed to help underserved students build the confidence and skills required to become tomorrow’s innovators. We develop, provide, and share STEM programs dedicated to helping students from underserved backgrounds cultivate a passion for innovation, build confidence in their abilities, and master the knowledge required to succeed in the 21st century.
A PLACE CALLED HOME - 2830 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles CA - 323-232-7653
At A Place Called Home, caring staff, supporters and volunteers come together to provide South Central children and teens 8 years old – 21 years old with love, safety, enrichment, training, and opportunities through educational programs, counseling, and mentorship. After-school, weekend, and all-day summer programs and services include tutoring and homework support, as well as a full spectrum of instruction in the arts, athletics, dance and music. Our high school dropout recovery partnership with LAUSD is open in the mornings and we provide year-round support for college preparation, SAT tutoring, and college counseling and scholarships. A Place Called Home is a safe haven in South Central Los Angeles where underserved youth are empowered to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives through programs in education, arts, and well-being and are inspired to make a meaningful difference in their community and the world. A Place Called Home (APCH) began in 1993, the brainchild of Founder Debrah Constance. In the wake of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and Civil Unrest, Debrah wanted to give gang-affected youth in South Central L.A. a safe place to go after school, do their homework, get a snack, watch TV, hang out with friends, and be with caring adults – basic needs that all young people have.