Students (EC2-6th Grade) can participate in a wide range of after-school enrichment classes and programs.
Winter 2024 Class Dates
Mondays: Jan 8-Mar 18, no class Jan 15, Feb 19
Tuesdays: Jan 9- Mar 19
Wednesdays: Jan 10-Mar 20
Thursdays: Jan 4-Mar 21, no class Mar 14
Fridays: Jan 5-Mar 1, no class Feb 16, Mar 8, 15, 22
After School Program offerings vary year-to-year but typically include classes in music, visual and performing arts, chess, technology, innovation, design, robotics, entrepreneurship, world languages, journalism, martial arts, movement and yoga, and much more.
These programs are in addition to the student athletics program and afternoon daycare offering. After School Programs are offered in three sessions each year: Fall, Winter, and Spring.
*For information on specific classes (including "no class" and "make-up" dates), please view the class descriptions document in the Parent Portal.
Example After School Programs offered EC2 - 6th Grade
Annual musical play (2nd-6th grades)
Tech & Engineering
Actual programs vary term to term and are based on age appropriateness. Some programs are by audition.
The Upper Elementary Debate program supports and inspires students to conduct research, collaborate with others, and develop their rhetorical skills. Students engage in extra independent reading, writing, and verbal communication through debate. CEE’s Debate Team competes in tournaments and wins numerous awards each year.
The Center offers several musical groups for children that meet before or after the regular school day. Our Junior Choir is open to all 2nd and 3rd grade students, the CEE Choir is open to all 4th-6th grade students, the Vocal Ensemble is open to 3rd-6th grade students, and the A Cappella Choir is our award-winning, audition-based 3rd-6th grade choir, intended for singers who are ready to sing three- and four-part harmonies.
After School Daycare
An after school daycare program is offered for children in grades EC1 through sixth grade. Daycare staff are employees of The Center and create an engaging, warm environment where children can choose between active play, arts, board games, building, and more!
The Center for Early Education, a socio-economically and culturally diverse independent school for children, toddlers through grade six, strives to graduate students who are joyful, resilient, lifelong learners. The Center embraces a philosophy of education that combines a nurturing, inclusive learning environment with an increasingly challenging academic program that addresses the developmental needs of each child.