• Please note we cannot accept registrations until April 2nd.
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Registration Brochure (English)

Registration Brochure (Spanish/Espanol)

After-The-Bell operates in six-week cycles in the Fall,Winter and Spring.The program runs on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 2:35 pm to 5:00 pm. A snack is provided in the cafeteria from 2:35 pm to 3:00 pm. Students can choose one activity from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm and another activity from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm or a double session from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

After-The-Bell offers a wide variety of activities designed to be fun and interesting. The activities change each cycle, so there is always something new to try. Here is a sample of After-The-Bell activities:

Academic and Technological Activities:
To provide academically enriching and intellectually stimulating experiences. These include

Future Aviators
Brain Base (homework help), Jr. Engineers, Future Aviators, Science Explorers, Lego Robotics, and Electronics & Robotics.

Creative Activities: To provide creative outlets for self-expression, talent and skill development, as well as to develop an appreciation for the creative arts. These include

Arts & Crafts, Diva Girls Writers Workshop, Photography, Jewelry Design, Fun with Flowers, Knitting, Guitar, Glee/Chorale, Scrapbooking, Calligraphy, Paint for Fun at Kennett Design, Everyday Artist, Origami, Pottery, Ceramics, and Landscape Drawing.
Creative Activities

Health and Physical Activities: To promote good health and well-being through supervised activities design to encourage cooperation, team-building, and good sportsmanship, as well as to emphasize the importance of caring for our physical and emotional wellness. These include

Health and Physical Activities
Soccer, Basketball, Tennis, Bowling, Yoga, Zumba, Crossfit, Weightlifting, Glamour Girls, Martial Arts, Outdoor and Indoor Fun and Games, Swim Club, Golf, and Running Club.

Science and Nature :: To provide scientifically interesting and enriching opportunities that can instill an appreciation for science and the protection of our world and natural resources. These include

Science Experiments, Animal Handling, 4-H Pony Partners, The Land Conservancy at Bucktoe Creek Preserve, Outdoor Adventure, Astronomy, Wilderness Survival Skills, Animals Inside and Out, and Animal Detectives.
Science and Nature

Leadership and Service Activities:To encourage leadership development and career exploration, and to provide service opportunities that promote volunteerism and good citizenship. These include

Science and Nature Leadership and Service Activities
Project Alert, Warm Heads, Hands & Hearts, It’s Your Future, Sweet Shop (proceeds from sale of baked goods go to charity), as well as the creation of donations for Fluffy’s Blankets and Empty Bowls.

Recreational and Social Activities: To learn new recreational skills and stimulate interest in new hobbies. These activities provide opportunities for positive social interactions with peers and adult mentors as well as the development of new friendships. These include

Board Games, Strategy Games, Monopoly Tournament, Cheerleading, Bass Fishing, Texas Hold ‘Em, Lego Fun, and Qigong.
Recreational and Social Activities

Cultural Activities: To provide opportunities to experience and develop an appreciation for diverse cultures. These include International

Cooking, Zumba (Latin Dance),Dia de losMuertos, and Take a Look at Italy.
Cultural Activities