extended day/school age services

After school hours provide students with an extra opportunity to engage in hands-on learning; interact with their peers; work under the care and supervision of supportive staff; build on lessons learned during the school day; and more. Approximately 20,000 elementary and middle school children participate in before and after school programs on OCPS campuses. Daily activities include homework time; supervised structured play; organized games; art; drama; crafts; music; and a variety of enrichment opportunities to support student achievement.
One hundred twenty-seven elementary schools offer before and after school programs, as well as some summer programs. Children remain at school, enrolled in a safe, convenient and affordable program. Many schools also offer full-day summer programs. To meet the needs of each school community, elementary principals may choose the OCPS Extended Day Enrichment Program or a program operated by an approved outsourced vendor. Programs offer supervision and a variety of enrichment activities for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. All elementary programs are fee-supported by those using their service.
Thirty-nine middle schools offer programs during the school year and many operate during the summer.  The middle school programs (Afterschool Zone - Boys and Girls Club - YMCA and Afterschool All Stars) are funded through a partnership among the school district, Orange County Government (Citizens Commission for Children) and the City of Orlando.
For more information, contact your child’s school or call School Age Services at 407.317.3383.