ICES After-School Programs
As beneficiaries of Federal and State grants, ICES Education partners with varied Southern California school districts providing free Before and After-school educational services in 35 schools. We currently have approximately 300 staff members serving over 8,000 students every day. Each program is carefully structured after consultation with the school principal, school and district staff as well as participating students and families. Every schools’ needs are different and all our After-school programs are custom built to ensure maximal alignment.
ICES Education programs generally comprise of homework help, academic sessions, a multitude of age-appropriate enrichment and recreation activities, sports, physical activity, nutrition education and character development. We also offer additional enrichment opportunities such as Sports Leagues and Art/Music/Drama productions.
CARE PROGRAMS (FEE FOR SERVICE)
ICES Education offers an increasing number of programs which are not government-sponsored and facilitate service on a fee basis. Many working families want peace of mind that their kids are provided with a structured quality care program that ensures homework completion, age-appropriate enrichment and recreation activities. Our programs and activities are always conducted in a fun, safe and stimulating environment and with a record of positive feedback.
ICES Education Care Programs currently consist of two divisions:
Programs start as early as requested until school starts. Activities are custom built to school/parent needs and are typically geared towards stimulating creativity and developmental learning. A very affordable service for working families.
ICES Education provides numerous enrichment and academic programs covering performing, visual and musical arts, physical education clubs, academic and language learning support and homework assistance are all available options. Student’s needs and interests vary so ICES allows maximum flexibility. Programs are always custom built to school and parent needs assuring optimal student support.