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

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YMCA BLACK MOUNTAIN AFTERSCHOOL - EAST STATE STREET, BLACK MOUNTAIN NC - (828) 210-2273
The YMCA offers a North Carolina star-rated, licensed program designed for ages 5-12 that is based on the four core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. We offer developmentally-appropriate activities that will enhance your child’s confidence, enrich his or her social and physical development and encourage self expression. Our program includes arts and crafts, individualized help with homework, group games, outside play and more.
RONDA CLINGMAN AFTER SCHOOL FUN CLUB - 316 RONDA CLINGMAN SCHOOL ROAD, RONDA NC - 336-651-4200
Through the cooperative efforts of school, home, and community the staff of Ronda-Clingman Elementary School will provide a safe, nurturing, and academically challenging environment where all students will learn to become confident, respectful, and productive citizens.
PRIDE AND JOY AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT - 230 FOX STREET, CHARLOTTE NC - (980) 207-2673
The Pride and Joy Preschool philosophy is quite simple. We RESPECT all children as individuals and their HAPPINESS matters. We emphasize the importance of providing children with a safe, nurturing, and state-of-the-art learning environment for them to freely explore and enhance and develop their social, emotional, physical, creative, and cognitive skills. We provide the opportunity for children to develop and learn to their maximum potential and we are sensitive to each and every child's needs regardless of their abilities.
GREATER ENRICHMENT BRUNS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM - 501 SOUTH BRUNS AVENUE, CHARLOTTE NC - (704) 334-8518
Greater Enrichment Program, an out of school time program for area at-risk children, began in 1975 as Gethsemane Enrichment Program in the basement of Reverend George Battle’s Gethsemane AME Zion Church off Beatties Ford Road. Much has changed during the history of the program. The group changed its name to “Greater Enrichment Program” and now operates out of four Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and two community sites. “35 years ago, the view outside my office at Gethsemane AME Zion Church showed a community that was in trouble. Children were in the streets with no supervision or direction. I felt called and knew I had to do something to help give them a future,” says Bishop Battle, founder of Greater Enrichment Program. Bishop Battle credits strong executive leadership and community support for the success of the program. In 1975, he solicited the help of church member Adelaide Hunt, who became the first Executive Director of GEP. Cathy McIlwain, the program’s 2nd Executive Director, had over 30 years of employment with the program until her death in 2010. Bronica Glover has been GEP’s Assistant Director since 2003 and is now the program’s leader. With the help of staff and volunteers, GEP helps improve test scores and touches the lives of almost 400 local school children every year. “GEP focuses on the whole family – not just the child who is in our program,” said Glover. “We know parenting and educating children is a big job, especially for families with limited income and resources.” GEP is about more than just homework and tutoring. The program provides a safe learning environment, free transportation, healthy snacks and cultural opportunities that the children might not otherwise have. Parents and guardians are encouraged to participate in GEP programs that teach parenting skills, help eliminate the stigma of illiteracy and increase their awareness of school standards and their child’s educational needs. Greater Enrichment Program is supported primarily through a grant from the City of Charlotte’s Neighborhood Development Department. The program also relies on grants, tax-deductable financial donations and in-kind gifts from foundations, individuals and corporations to sustain important programs and services.
GREATER ENRICHMENT ASHLEY PARK AFTER SCHOOL PROGRA - 2401BELFAST DRIVE, CHARLOTTE NC - (704) 334-8518
Greater Enrichment Program, an out of school time program for area at-risk children, began in 1975 as Gethsemane Enrichment Program in the basement of Reverend George Battle’s Gethsemane AME Zion Church off Beatties Ford Road. Much has changed during the history of the program. The group changed its name to “Greater Enrichment Program” and now operates out of four Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and two community sites. “35 years ago, the view outside my office at Gethsemane AME Zion Church showed a community that was in trouble. Children were in the streets with no supervision or direction. I felt called and knew I had to do something to help give them a future,” says Bishop Battle, founder of Greater Enrichment Program. Bishop Battle credits strong executive leadership and community support for the success of the program. In 1975, he solicited the help of church member Adelaide Hunt, who became the first Executive Director of GEP. Cathy McIlwain, the program’s 2nd Executive Director, had over 30 years of employment with the program until her death in 2010. Bronica Glover has been GEP’s Assistant Director since 2003 and is now the program’s leader. With the help of staff and volunteers, GEP helps improve test scores and touches the lives of almost 400 local school children every year. “GEP focuses on the whole family – not just the child who is in our program,” said Glover. “We know parenting and educating children is a big job, especially for families with limited income and resources.” GEP is about more than just homework and tutoring. The program provides a safe learning environment, free transportation, healthy snacks and cultural opportunities that the children might not otherwise have. Parents and guardians are encouraged to participate in GEP programs that teach parenting skills, help eliminate the stigma of illiteracy and increase their awareness of school standards and their child’s educational needs. Greater Enrichment Program is supported primarily through a grant from the City of Charlotte’s Neighborhood Development Department. The program also relies on grants, tax-deductable financial donations and in-kind gifts from foundations, individuals and corporations to sustain important programs and services.