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Before and After care

Before and after school Program


As a working parent, your schedule simply doesn’t match that of your child. You can’t leave work early to pick up your child after school, but you need to make sure your child is well cared-for, safe, and secure. So how do you handle those hours between the time school ends and the time you can get home?

Great question!

At Top of the World Preschool we understand what it means to you to leave your child in the care of someone else. You need to know your child is physically, emotionally, and educationally cared for. That’s why Top of the World Preschool is extending our services to include your elementary school kids. With our after-school program!

Our trained staff will be there to pick up your child every day as soon as school ends
You child will be given a healthy snack as soon as they arrive at the preschool
Your child will have ample enough time to complete homework. Our after school teacher is trained to help tutor your child and give them the extra help they need to not only complete their homework, but to understand their homework.

There will be educational and fun activities that every child can participate in after homework time is done.

When you enroll your child in our after-school program, you receive the same benefits as our full-time, child-care students. These benefits include: experienced educators, CPR certified staff, and our unbeatable commitment to our students and their families.

Our School age program includes pick up and drop off from the following schools:

  • Glen Oaks
  • Minshew
  • Imagine
  • Slaughter
  • McClure
  • Baker
  • Bennet


     *Schools might change before August's school year*

Bottom line…if you are looking for an after-school program, there is no better option. Once you get your child involved in our after-school program, you can feel confident knowing your child is safe and secure. And you’ll be delighted when you pick up a happy, active child. They’ll have such a great time they almost won’t want to go home.