Community Center After-School Programs

Your child can experience countless benefits from participating in an after-school program, from improving academic performance to reducing risky behaviors. Numerous studies have shown the positive effects an after-school program has on youth, families, and the community as a whole.

Elementary School Programs

Grades: K5 – 5th
When:  Monday – Friday
Time:  2:30pm – 6:00pm
Cost:  $65.00 Per Month + $30 Registration Fee  (Non-refundable) Payments are due the 1st of the month.

The after-school program operates on the same schedule as the Greenville County Schools calendar.

Click here for Community Centers After-School Parent Handbook

Registration

  1. Download the registration form and waiver.
  2. Take the completed forms and initial payment to the community center OR Greenville Rec’s Main Office: 4806 Old Spartanburg Road, Taylors, SC 29687.

Snacks:
Healthy after-school snacks served daily.

Scholarships
Click Here to Download a Scholarship Application
A limited amount of scholarships are available. Contact the individual center managers for more details. Click Here for a list of community centers.

Teen Leadership Programs

Grades: 6th – 8th
When:  Monday – Friday
Time:  3:45pm – 6:00pm
Where: Sterling and Mt. Pleasant Community Centers
Cost:  $40.00 Per Month + $30 Registration Fee  (Non-refundable) Payments are due the 1st of the month.

The after-school program operates on the same schedule as the Greenville County Schools calendar.

Click here for Community Centers After-School Parent Handbook

Registration

  1. Download the registration form and waiver.
  2. Take the completed forms and initial payment to the community center OR Greenville Rec’s Main Office: 4806 Old Spartanburg Road, Taylors, SC 29687.

Snacks:
Healthy after-school snacks served daily.

Scholarships
Click Here to Download a Scholarship Application
A limited amount of scholarships are available. Contact the individual center managers for more details. Click Here for a list of community centers.

Transportation

Limited transportation by Greenville County Rec is available from schools to select community centers. Contact center managers for more information.

Transportation is available for an additional $50 per month from Duncan-Chapel, Stone Academy, E. North Street, Cherrydale, Berea, and Paris Elementary Schools.

School District Bus Drop-off available from Summit Drive Elementary.

Transportation is available for an additional $50 per month  from Armstrong, Alexander, Westcliff, and Welcome Elementary Schools.

School District Bus Drop-off available from Hollis Elementary.

Elementary Program: Transportation is available for an additional $50 per month from Blythe, Robert E. Cashion, Sara Collins, Sue Cleveland, and Thomas E. Kearns Elementary Schools.

School District Bus Drop-off available from Grove Elementary.

Teen Leadership Program: Transportation is available for an additional $50 per month from Beck Middle School.

School District Bus Drop-off available from Hughes Middle School.

Phillis Wheatley Center does not currently offer transportation. Contact April Jackson at 864-380-3940 or Greenville County Rec at 864-288-6470 for more information.

Transportation is available for an additional $50 per month from Welcome, Thomas E. Kearns, and Blythe Elementary Schools.

Elementary Program: Transportation is available for an additional $50 per month from Welcome, AJ Whittenburg, and Hollis Elementary Schools.

School District Bus Drop-off available for some students from Hollis Elementary. Contact staff by calling 864-235-4026 for more information.

Teen Leadership Program: Transportation is available for an additional $50 per month from Tanglewood Middle School.

School District Bus Drop-off available from Sevier Middle School.

Community Partners

Greenville County Rec Community Centers partner with the following agencies (and many more!)

  • United Way of Greenville County – provides resources to ensure that after-school programs throughout Greenville County offer quality activities and services in a safe, engaging and fun environment for students and their families.
  • LiveWell Greenville – a network of organizations partnering to ensure access to healthy eating and active living for every Greenville County resident.
  • Upstate Circle of Friends – provides a daily snack for students in the after-school programs through the CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program).
  • South Carolina Recreation and Parks Association – an organization comprised of park and recreation professionals throughout the State of South Carolina who are committed to “Creating Community through People, Parks and Programs.”

Pavilion After-School Programs

For a different kind of after-school experience, send your child to the Pavilion! On top of learning important life skills, they’ll have the opportunity to use their energy on the ice rink or in the bounce house.

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