Program: School-Agers

Afterschool

Our students begin their afternoon with a healthy snack such as fresh fruit, served with milk or 100% juice.Nutritious Snack

Our students begin their afternoon with a healthy snack such as fresh fruit, served with milk or 100% juice. Click here for full menu.

Homework Assistance

Homework follows snack. This is a big help for busy parents who only have a short time after work to finish homework before bedtime.

Games Room

Our games room fills the social needs children have to play with their friends afterschool. Our games room is fully equipped with pool tables, bumper pool, foosball, air hockey, block corner, dramatic play, table games, and lots more.

Playground and Art Time

Our playground is another great place for social play with friends, as well as meeting the active needs that school-agers have after a long day of sitting in a classroom. On a rainy day, our afterschoolers can divert their energy into their art work.

school bus pickupSchools Served

Our buses pick up students at Plantation, Ernest Gallet, Green T Lindon, and Westminster.

 

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Summer Camp

Our summer camp is a blend of camp activities mixed with a unique reading program, daily swim, performing arts, theme events, group clubs, and more.Our summer camp is a blend of camp activities mixed with a unique reading program, daily swim, performing arts, theme events, group clubs, and more. The campers are grouped by age into Juniors, Seniors and Monarchs.

Daily Trips

Our campers go on a trip everyday. You will find us at Skatezone, Acadiana Bowling Lanes, a rotating theme-of-the-week trip site, and the Kart Ranch or Theater.

Our campers swim everyday, and finish the summer as very proficient swimmers.Daily Swim

Our campers swim everyday, and finish the summer as very proficient swimmers.

 

Our games room is fully equipped with pool tables, bumper pool, foosball, air hockey, block corner, dramatic play, table games, and lots moreGames Room

Our games room is fully equipped with pool tables, bumper pool, foosball, air hockey, block corner, dramatic play, table games, and lots more.

Group Clubs

Summer campers can choose to participate in one of four group clubs on Fridays. These include Cooking Club, Sports & Competitions, Fancy Crafts, and the Adventure Trip Club.

Weekly Themes

We have summer themes around which we organize weekly speakers and the theme-of-the-week trip. These themes include the elderly, the handicapped, other nationalities, government, nature, careers, safety, and drug awareness.

Friday Showtime

The campers perform a musical number every Friday at 4:30 for their families and the other students.

Summer Art

We use process-oriented art, which stresses the technique instead of the end product. We prefer a blank page over a coloring sheet or craft, because we value a child’s creativity.

Flexible Vacation Plan

School-age campers may take off any number of whole weeks (Monday-Friday) during the summer, but only if we receive the completed vacation schedule by April 15. This policy only applies to school-agers.

Summer Reading ProgramSummer Reading Program

Most of our campers read the equivalent of 50-100 picture books every summer. Our older campers also write lots and lots of stories. The unique incentive program that motivates all this reading and writing includes patches and trophies given at Awards Night, toy prizes and candy pulled from the Friday grab bag, extra trips, activities and goodies sold in the Thursday auction, a trip to Chuckee Cheese for those who read or write off the charts, and a grand prize of dinner-and-a-movie for the top winners in each age group.

Summer Camp Awards Night

We end our summer camp with Awards Night. Every camper receives patches and a personal “best” certificate. Most receive additional trophies and awards for our reading and writing program.

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Holiday Care

Afterschoolers and past students may attend all day when the students are out of school for holidaysAfterschoolers and past students may attend all day when the students are out of school for holidays.

 

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