After School Program
Welcome to our FREE All Access After-School Program!
All-Access After-School is excited to be back with another year of extra curricular Academics, Sports, Arts and Enrichment activities. All Middle school Students are invited and encouraged to participate in the After-School Program. Our Program is FREE to all BPCS students and will operate every day after school for the duration of the School Year.
Middle School Office
After-School Office Hours: Monday - Friday 11AM-7PM
Office #: (718) 783-1570 ext. 3064
After-School Program Manager: Tracey Graham
After-School Program Coordinator: Amanda Byam
Resources for After-School Program:
Clinton Hill Middle offers 3 sessions of after-school- fall, winter and spring. The timeline to sign-up for the fall after-school is as follows:
- August 19th: Fall after-school schedule & enrollment forms released
- September 2nd: Deadline to complete the online enrollment form. Only paper enrollment forms will be accepted after the deadline.
To view the fall 2019-2020 after-school schedule and the paper enrollment form, click HERE
- To view descriptions of all ASP class offerings, click HERE
ASP PARENT HANDBOOK:
To view this year's 2019-2020 after-school parent handbook, click HERE.
Please select additional links below:
ASP Student Contract: HERE
All-Access After-School FAQs:
Does the after-school program cost anything?
No. All programming is free of charge.
How do I enroll my student into All Access After- School?
If you did not fill out the After-School enrollment form during your advisory meeting you can enroll your student using our preferred online method or by picking up a form from the main office, room 201. Students should bring back the completed enrollment form to room 201 or 210. Once the form has been submitted, your student is enrolled.
How often do after-school clubs meet and at what times?
Clubs meet after Academic Advisory from 3:45 pm-6 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays and 2:45 pm-6 pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Will there be more clubs added to the schedule?
Absolutely! Based on student enrollment and parent feedback we will be adding new clubs regularly.
What if the activity is new to my student?
Your student may join any club regardless of prior experience or skill level. Clubs are designed to include all Middle School students.
What if my student has to leave early from a club?
Early dismissal can be arranged by phone, hand-written note, email or in person.
What if my student doesn’t like the program that (s)he has chosen?
Your student may sign-up for as many clubs as (s)he desires. If (s)he chooses to change clubs you can contact us via phone, hand-written note, email, in person, or by completing the first page of the enrollment form within the first two weeks of programming per trimester.
Is my student required to attend every session?
No. Your student can participate for as many or as few days as (s)he would like. Note: Some clubs will be preparing for final projects and culminating events so if a student does not attend consistently (s)he may not be up-to-date on the activity and may not be included in the project or event.
How can I stay up-to-date?
We will include schedules and all program related information in the Brooklyn Prospect Charter School Parent Update. We will also be sending updates home with your student.
All-Access Art Expo:
What is BPCS All-Access Summer Camp?
Imagine a summer full of field trips, fun activities and educational enrichment. Campers get to be active, go on field trips, think creatively and discover new friendships that will last a lifetime. All-Access Summer Camp will serve our current 6th, 7th & 8th grade students in addition to our incoming 6th grade class. Activities and trips are centered on Creative & Performing Arts, Outdoor Education, Athletics, Team-building and High School readiness.
All-Access Summer Camp is Available to all youth from ages 10-14.