School Aged Childcare

The School-Age program at the Boys & Girls Club Child Development Center is a licensed childcare, before and after school program that serves youth ages 5 to 12 years                                                                                               (ages vary by site, please review site specific information below).

The Child Development Center is located at the Woodland Park Boys & Girls Club, 2300 W 36th Ave, Anchorage, AK  99517, 907-249-5400, cferguson@bgcalaska.org.  Our program is open Monday – Friday, 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. If you are interested in registering your child for the Child Development Center, you can begin the process online and one of our staff will contact you the next business day: New Family Registration!

 

Our program offers a variety of activities that reflect the developmental needs of the children we serve, striving to develop self-confidence, self-expression, positive social interaction, and self-reliance. Programs are focused on learning center-based curriculum in seven key areas:
* Artistic Expression
* Music & Movement
* Dramatic Play
* Outside Play
* Literacy
* Science & Technology
* Manipulatives (Construction Play)

During the school year, homework help is provided through our PowerHour Program, which helps children build intrinsic motivation, and understand the benefits of completing their homework on a daily basis.  Furthermore, the staff are able to assist children with their homework, ensuring the kids return to school with the confidence of knowing their work is correct and complete!

 

The following elementary school aged licensed childcare programs operate before and after school (hours dependent on site). Full-time licensed childcare is also offered in the summer for any and all children.

Registration/enrollment is on a space available basis.

Grizzlies : 5 – 10 years old
Capacity: 20 elementary school aged children
Ratio: 1 caregiver for every 10 children

The Grizzlies classroom provides before and after school care, including transportation to and from school, for children attending Willow Crest, Lake Hood, Gladys Woods, Sand Lake, and Northwood elementary schools.

Location: Woodland Park Child Development Center, 2300 W. 36th Ave, Anchorage 99517

Aquarian Charter School: 5 – 12 years
Capacity: 50 school aged children attending Aquarian Charter
Ratio: 1 caregiver for every 10 children
Location: On-Site at Aquarian Charter School

Turnagain Elementary School: 5 – 12 years
Capacity: 40 school aged children attending Turnagain Elementary
Ratio: 1 caregiver for every 10 children
Location: On-Site at Turnagain Elementary School

 

Transportation for School Age Programs
We provide van routes for before school drop-off and after school pick-up. Please call for current transportation schedule and schools served.

 

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