School-Age Programs

Partners In Year-Round Care for School-Age Children

Partners In Learning is your one-stop destination for year-round enrichment and care for your child. Our program offers:

  • A dynamic summer enrichment program with a blend of fun and learning during the summer months
  • After-school care, providing academic support, and a safe environment after school hours
  • School break care options ensure your child stays engaged and inspired during school breaks.

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The center offers comprehensive programs to meet your family’s needs. Join us in nurturing your child’s growth and development beyond the classroom, ensuring they thrive in every season. See additional details about each program below.

Summer Enrichment Program

A full day of fun and learning Monday – Friday!

Our Summer Enrichment Program offers fun-filled summer learning opportunities each week of summer (following Rowan-Salisbury School Summer dates). Each week, students experience sports programs, nature, performing arts, and special events. Students will have the opportunity to expand their horizons during the summer, embark on new adventures, and having fun, all while learning valuable skills! Our exceptional program and dedicated staff create an environment that forges lifelong friendships among students. Come join Partners In Learning and create a summer experience that your child will never forget!

Please consider joining us for our summer of 2024 camp. This year’s camp will be “The Great Adventure”!

We would love to meet your family! We open at 7 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. Children must arrive by 9:30 a.m.

March 20th5:30pm
March 27th5:30pm
April 10th5:30pm
April 24th5:30pm

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After-School Program

According to the Afterschool Alliance, results from quality programs demonstrate the benefits of afterschool:

The Academic Impact:

  • Improved Test Scores and Grades: The Promising Afterschool Programs Study, a study of about 3,000 low-income, ethnically-diverse elementary and middle school students, found that those who regularly attended high-quality programs over two years demonstrated gains of up to 20 percentiles and 12 percentiles in standardized math test scores, respectively, compared to their peers who were routinely unsupervised during the after-school hours.
  • Improved School Attendance and Engagement in Learning: A five-site evaluation of the Boys & Girls Clubs’ national Project
    Learn program found a reduction in absences among participants, from 6.4 days per school year at baseline to 2.19 days per school year at follow-up.  This was especially notable when compared to non-participants, whose absences increased over that same 30-month period.
  • Higher Graduation Rates: Chapin Hall’s study of Chicago’s After School Matters program found that, over their high school careers, students enrolled in the program for three or more semesters and those who participated at the highest levels had higher graduation rates and lower dropout rates than similar students not in the program.

The Social, Safety, and Familial Impacts:

  • Promotion of Self-Concept and Healthy Choices: The Promising Programs evaluation found that regular participation in quality after-school programs is linked to “reductions in behavior problems among disadvantaged students,” including “significant reductions in aggressive behaviors with peers,” “reductions in misconduct,” and “reduced use of drugs and alcohol.”
  • Keeping Children Safe and Healthy: A 2007 evaluation of the LA’s BEST program found that children attending LA’s BEST are 30 percent less likely to participate in criminal activities than their peers who do not attend the program.  Researchers estimate that for every dollar invested, the program saves the city $2.50 in crime-related costs.
  • Helping Families and Encouraging Parental Participation: Parents in the TASC study said that the program helped them balance work and family life: 94 percent said the program was convenient; 60 percent said they missed less work than before because of the program; 59 percent said it supported them in keeping their job; and 54 percent said it allowed them to work more hours.  In addition, 31 percent of principals reported that TASC greatly increased parents’ attendance at school events, and 15 percent reported that it increased parents’ attendance at parent-teacher conferences. 

School-Break Camp

Our school break care ensures your child stays engaged and inspired when school is not in session. Partners in Learning provides a Summer Enrichment Program, a Winter Break Camp, and a Spring Break Camp.

  • Kindergarten – 12 years of age
  • Trained, experience adult supervision
  • Small groups and low ratios

Our camps will help your child develop character, learn valuable life skills, make new friends, and discover new interests. The weekly day camp themes help the camps create an atmosphere of fun and learning at the same time. The themes guide the weekly activities like arts and crafts, nature activities, games, contests, team-building games, speakers, and field trips. Themes will be implemented through the use of literacy-building activities and technology. ALL activities, including breakfast, lunch, and snack, are included in the weekly tuition.