School Age Program

By East End House

We offer an exciting, critical afterschool program for children. It is a place where they can try new things or explore subjects in interactive, student-centered ways.

Photo of children at the playground in the School Age Program.
This program runs during the school year.
Monday through Friday. Afternoon.

We run 2:00 - 6:00 PM on school days from the beginning to the last day of the school year.

Ages: 4 to 11.

Grades Kindergarten through 5th grade.

Students are eligible from the time they turn 5 years old until the end of 5th grade.

Request assistance

Contact

Christine Del Vecchio
Middle School Program Director
christine@eastendhouse.org
617-876-4444
Wes Boudreau
Development Associate
Wes@eastendhouse.org
617-876-4444

Registration required

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Please email us to see if we have availability. If we have space, we will invite you to visit our space and will walk you and your family through our enrollment process! Enrollment begins in August and will remain open until spots are filled.

Cost

  • $150 a week for afterschool
  • $225 a week for full day programming
  • Financial Aid and/or Scholarship Available
  • Accepts Vouchers

Let us know you are looking for financial aid and we can send you the enrollment forms, we can offer limited financial assistance to families in need. We also accept vouchers from a number of resource and referral agencies.

Location

  • Both in-person and virtual (online or over the phone).

105 Spring St.
Cambridge, MA 02141
United States

East Cambridge

CPS provides buses from CPSD schools depending on the distance between your school and the program. Check with your child's teacher or administrator.

Refreshments provided.
Wheelchair accessible.

Additional information

This program includes: Homework help, outdoor play, STEM activities, Arts & Crafts, and Field trips.

Classes are designed to build academic confidence and complement what children learn in school. Students have the choice of daily enrichment activities that focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), with arts and character development elements woven into all curriculum. Staff plan classes based on student interest and connect their lessons to the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. All youth also receive homework help.

Expanded hours on early release days.

Program continues to run during Winter vacation, February vacation, and April vacation.