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After-School Programs

The learning, engagement, and friendships continue after dismissal with St. Patrick’s After-School Programs. Time with friends, relaxing environments, and encouraging homework helpers make St. Patrick’s the place to be after 3:00 pm.

Extended Day

Students in Nursery School, Lower School, & Middle School can extend their school days until 6:00 pm. Together with classmates grouped by age, these students play, study, and learn. This program provides after-school care until 6:00 pm on a contractual basis for Nursery School to Grade 8 students. Parents can also arrange for Extended Day care for a drop-in fee. During the afternoon, children enjoy snack, outdoor recess, arts and crafts, and supervised free play. The emphasis is on student-driven activities. Homework help is also available for older students. 

After-School Activities

This popular program offers students the opportunity to extend current interests and explore new hobbies from Art to Yoga and from Robotics to Tae Kwon Do.

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After-School Activities

St. Patrick's is committed to continuing student enrichment after regular school hours through offering various sports, creative arts, music, dance, and science and strategy activities for students in Kindergarten to Grade 5. Classes begin at 3:00 pm and run for approximately 45 minutes to an hour. 
An overview of a typical activity program can be seen below. Our program changes each trimester. Filter to see activities available per grade. 

Extended Day

This program provides after-school care until 6:00 pm on a contractual basis for Nursery School to Grade 8 students. Parents can also arrange for Extended Day care for a drop-in fee. Students enrolled in Extended Day may also arrange to participate in After-School Activities.
During the afternoon, children enjoy snack, outdoor recess, arts and crafts, and supervised free play.  The emphasis is on student-driven activities and homework help is also available for older students.