The atmosphere at our program is one that emphasizes community relationships, but also recognizes individual achievement, creativity and original thinking. We make it our mission to promote self-awareness, self-control, conflict resolutions skills and positive decision-making abilities. We like to work in partnership with our local schools to make sure your child's educational experience is constantly being enriched. Our trained staff works daily to offer activities in areas such as: arts and culture, environmental stewardship, health and fitness, academic support and more.
Click here to register early before spots are gone! The balance of September fees are due two weeks prior to first program day. The remaining monthly fees are due 2 weeks prior to the start of each month.
Enrollment forms must be completed and immunization record uploaded through our on-line forms system, ePACT, prior to your child(ren) attending. You will receive an email after completing your registration with instructions.
If you have a child with special needs (e.g. asthma, allergies, etc.) and/or disabilities, there will be additional forms to be completed. Additional forms can be found on the Seattle Parks and Recreation site here (see the right side bar of the page).
This is a 24-hour line giving information about School-Age program closures due to extreme weather or emergencies.
It is updated each day by 6 a.m. and as needed.
For transportation from a Seattle Public School to any of our school-age care program sites, please contact SPS transportation. Visit Seattle Public Schools for more information.
Contact your community center to confirm break camp times, and days, and to register.
November 20-22 | Mon-Wed
Time: 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cost: $72 daily
We will be offering programs following the Seattle Public School (SPS) calendar starting SY 2023-2024.
ARC and its 36 advisory councils raise support through fundraising events, grants and generous contributions from dedicated individuals and businesses throughout our community. These funds allow us to offer program scholarships and improve service delivery, ensuring equitable access to high quality programming for all Seattle residents.