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After-School Programs

After-school program providers help give students and families options for safe, enriching care in the hours after the school day has ended. Fee-based care is available on-site from two providers, Extend-A-Care and Creative Action. A third after-school program, Boys & Girls Club, picks up participants at Travis Heights and transports them to the program site.

Extend-A-Care for Kids

Extend-A-Care provides onsite after-school programs from the end of the school day until 6 p.m. EAC serves children ages pre-K-5, with a range of activities, including reading and homework time; games and puzzles; art projects; sports and outdoor games; dramatic play; building blocks and construction and more. To learn more, see pricing and register, visit: Extend-A-Care  or call (512) 472-9402.

Creative Action After School

Creative Action offers onsite programming from the end of the school day until 6 p.m. Students participate in a variety of fun, arts-based creativity classes, with activities including visual art, filmmaking, music, puppetry, creative writing, acting, and more. Participants also get homework help, playground time and snack time. To learn more, see pricing and register, visit: Creative Action or call (512) 442-8773 x107.

Boys and Girls Club

Boys and Girls Club is located off-site, and provides bus transportation to their location from the school. Boys and Girls Club serves ages 6-18 and provides activities in the arts, character & leadership development, technology & career development, health and life skills, as well as sports, fitness and recreation.  To find out more, look at this flyer: Boys and Girls Club

Other After-School Enrichment Activities

Travis Heights Elementary School offers weekly after-school clubs/activities (Math Pentathlon, Choir, Ballet Folklorico) and Prime Time classes, often including physical activities (ultimate frisbee, soccer, yoga), gardening, cooking, book club, Korean, art, etc. Watch for information about the latest offerings on the Travis Heights website and in the Wednesday e-folders.