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Before & After School

In our before and after school programs, children ages 5 to 12 have fun doing sports, games and arts and crafts, as well as getting time to start on homework. We offer before and after school programs to the Naperville District 203 schools.

We currently offer transportation from Scott, River Woods, and Maplebrook elementary schools.

Due to space limitations we only offer before and after care to siblings of children currently enrolled in one of our preschool programs for the remainder of this school year. 

Beginning in August 2018, we will no longer offer before and after care to Naperville District 203 schools.

  • discover

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    Students explore the exciting world of science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) through building projects, experiments, and design challenges. Sharing ideas, asking questions, and making predictions are encouraged!

  • play

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    Robust outdoor free play and structured games help students learn sportsmanship and develop their physical strength and endurance. Students learn critical thinking and problem solving by participating in board games and team challenges with their peers.

  • create

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    Students express themselves by participating in hands-on visual arts, including photography, videography, drawing, and painting. Students develop planning skills by working on long-term projects with their peers and can participate in group performances or discussions.

  • wonder

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    Social and emotional growth is nurtured through student and teacher led activities that promote a feeling of community and belonging. Students learn through open-ended activities that give them a chance to apply problem-solving skills and collaborate with friends.

  • learn

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    Some students appreciate the chance for independent activities or study after a long day at school. We provide a quiet place to work on homework, read, journal, or seek academic support from peers and teachers. Students can also work on various projects in this small group setting.