St. John's is a place where kids come to learn and play. Children are supported and readied for life as a St. John’s student through our nursery and preschool programs, and they are further supported as they play, learn and grow through our After-School and Summer at St. John’s Camp programs. St. John's is a School that is fun, safe, and where learning is celebrated. Our auxiliary programs are designed to support the function and mission of the School, and St. John's Auxiliary Programs help our School create leaders, build strong families, and foster a strong community.
St. John's offers a fun and engaging After-School Program (ASP) for our students from afternoon dismissal until 6:00 p.m. Organized by grade, the fee-based program provides opportunities for children to play, enjoy a snack, and engage in fun activities. Activities include crafts, games, activities, outdoor play, building with LEGO bricks, and FUN Fridays. Students are provided the opportunity to complete homework and reading assignments while attending ASP. The program is available for full-time, monthly enrollment at a reduced rate; Punch Passes for drop-in care at a reduced rate (paid in advance); or daily drop-in care for $30 per day.
For After-School Program information and availability, please contact ASP Coordinator Kellyn Laurinski.
Student Pick Up
All students must be picked up from the After-School Program by 6:00 p.m. Families will incur a late fee for students who are not picked up by 6:10 p.m. The ASP operates only on regularly scheduled school days. It is not available on early-dismissal days, such as the last school day before Thanksgiving, the last school day before Christmas holidays, Games Day, or the last day of School.
- What are the hours of the After-School Program?
- What will my child do in ASP?
- What is your student/teacher ratio, and how are grades separated during ASP?
- What classes are available in ASP?
- How do I register my child?
- How do I pick up my child from ASP?
- What happens if my child is picked up late?
- Do children in ASP receive homework help?
- Who do I contact for more information about ASP?