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After-School All-Stars



Individual: $80/Family: $100


Weekly rate: $78
Yates weekly rate: $68
Middle School rate: $58
Academic Tutoring: $12/45 minute session
After School Drop-In: $20
Full Day Drop-In: $40
Full Day weekly rate: $150

BSAC offers Parents Night Out on select Fridays during the school year, and children do not have to be enrolled in After School All-Stars or our Early Childhood program to attend!


Early Bird Registration:  Early Bird Individual: $25  /  Early Bird Family: $40

Regular Registration:  Individual: $30  /  Family: $45

Hours: 6:30-10:00 p.m.

October 27th
Fall Extravaganza

December 15th
Winter Jubilee

I can’t express how happy I am to have found BSAC’s after-school program. My son just started Kindergarten, a year of big changes in his young life. And, as a working mom, I had to find an afterschool program that picks up at his school. I selected one (not BSAC) and from the beginning it did not feel right, it was not a fit for us and Benjamin seemed unhappy. Since he told me he liked it, I chalked his reserve up to all the big changes… new school, new routine, new after-school program. But, I was always unsettled. My older son attended summer camp at BSAC several years ago and I decided to check into the after-school program.

Well, I can say it was the absolute best decision. The difference between BSAC and our other provider is night and day with the most noticeable difference being how happy Benji is now. He’s bouncy, chatty and eager to talk about his day, which was not something I got before. He loves going to BSAC. I see a big difference in his confidence and his exuberance. It’s obvious that BSAC is a nurturing environment and I couldn’t be more grateful for that. It might seem weird to hear, but I was thrilled when Benji looked disappointed that I was picking him up early one afternoon. He was having fun. Not wanting to leave is the ultimate kid test of any provider, and BSAC passed! He loves the counselors and he’s also taking swim classes twice a week, which he is enjoying. The outdoor physical activity at BSAC is perfect for kids in my opinion, especially in this age of electronics. The facility is clean, spacious and full of activities for kids of all ages.

Simply put, BSAC clearly makes kids the priority. The front desk staff is amazing, they are so helpful and responsive. The counselors clearly enjoy working with children and that makes all the difference in the world. I would recommend BSAC to anyone looking for an after-school program.

Thank you BSAC for all you and your team do!

With sincere gratitude, Wendy Sheaffer

Brandon Sports and Aquatic Center has exceeded my expectations. The program is absolutely amazing, and the staff is just terrific. Everyone is super friendly. Best of all – they are totally ENGAGED with the children. My son is in the 1st grade and is also hard of hearing. The entire staff has been so wonderful at understanding the small challenges he faces. After just a few days they fell into a routine that works for him. It is a perfect balance of an extension of his school day and playtime with his peers. It’s so great to get home after a long day and his homework is completed, allowing us quality family time. Thank you so much BSAC!

Thank you, Shayla Shane
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Many students at BSAC are involved in multiple programs, but Jon Jon strives to do it all. After being referred by a friend on the BSAC Blue Wave Swim Team, John John began participating in four separate sports programs. He makes the long commute from Treasure Island almost every day of the week to catch all his lessons in swimming, diving, football, and tennis.

“The thing that really got us involved at BSAC are all the opportunities to learn lifelong sports in one place” said Nicole Humphreys, John John’s mother.

John John believes all his sports training is interconnected, helping him acquire more mobility, endurance and strength no matter the exercise. He works closely with BSAC coaches to create short and long term goals that are motivating and attainable. Right now he is working to level up a ball in tennis, improve catching skills in football and improve his breaststroke in swimming.

“John John is very determined and he has a strong work ethic” said swim coach Steve Rudasill. “He gets in to get the business done which is always a good model for other swimmers.”

His favorite program at BSAC is currently diving. He enjoys working on long term skills that progress over time such as stretching for increased flexibility. He also enjoys running and practicing jumps on dry land before moving to the diving board.

“He’s got a great attitude” said diving coach Chris Colwill. “I definitely appreciate his work ethic and his readiness to show up to practice and have fun as well.”

“I’ve been here two months now and absolutely love it! BSAC is so awesome” said John John.

Among his many accomplishments, John John has already published a book titled Be Amazing, and is the world’s youngest motivational speaker. It all started with a magic trick from his grandmother, which gave him the motivation to become the world’s youngest practicing magician by the time he was four years old. He enjoyed visiting hospitals and bringing toys to foster children, but was heartbroken to learn many could not keep the gifts due to weakened immune systems and risk of infection. After joining a free club for kids at the Magic Emporium, John John put together a performance for the children at the hospital, giving them a different kind of gift.

After meeting an associate of motivational speaker Les Brown, Jon Jon joined the Les Brown Institute and has now spoken for an audience as large as 2,800 people. “I used to go to the hospital and motivate one person at a time. But when I saw motivational speaking, I thought I could help more people become the best versions of themselves” said John John.

“I am so proud of him and always encourage him to try new things, but to always do his best when he tries those things. I don’t care if he fails as long as he gave 110%” said Nicole Humphreys.

The BSAC community is always looking for ways to make a positive impact in the lives of those around us. We are thrilled to have John John participate in BSAC programming, and look forward to seeing the many things he will accomplish.

Students in the BSAC After School Experience (B.A.S.E) program performed for family and friends on Tuesday, April 24th, during the first annual Kingswood Elementary Showcase! Each of the five clubs displayed activities and skills learned throughout the 2017-2018 school year. This was an excellent opportunity for parents to meet counselors and catch a glimpse of what B.A.S.E. enrichment is all about.

The drama club kicked off the evening with an excellent performance of “The 3 Little Pigs”. Participants in piggy masks giggled excitedly on the sidelines until it was time to recite their lines. The students even made three houses that looked like straw, stick, and brick! This program within B.A.S.E. allows students to form socialization skills while building their confidence to speak in front of others. The drama club introduces the excitement of theater at a young age and provides an outlet for expression through the art of acting.

“I was so impressed with Drama Club, the students did an excellent job reciting their lines and the props they made were top notch” said Carli Walko, BSAC Marketing Director. “I could tell the families really enjoyed the performance.”

Next up, the Cheer and Dance Club performed a routine that demonstrated their hard work and dedication, which is key to the success of a strong team. This club provides guidance in stretching and exercise, perfect for students who are full of enthusiasm and energy. Fundamental skills learned in the cheer and dance club can be valuable for future opportunities to join school teams.

The Crazy 8’s Math Club takes learning beyond traditional classroom time. Students utilize math and science skills in new ways to complete challenging projects. Games, puzzles, and mock competitions allow children to learn in a fun atmosphere while preparing them for higher level thinking.

Students participating in the Pokémon Club build lasting friendships while working together on teams. This club provides children with a creative play outlet after a full day of learning at school. The Pokémon Club was designed so that a community of students could come together to practice strategic planning while enjoying socialization with others who have a common interest.

The Arts & Crafts B.A.S.E. Club allows students to express creativity and individualism. Over time, children will develop their creative eye and establish a unique sense of style. This club is fun and engaging while improving bilateral and fine motor coordination. Parents were able to see their children’s artwork displayed alongside the work of other students. Everyone was happy bring the newly cherished crafts home for display.

“It was a pleasure to see the students showcase their talents.  They did a great job and you could tell they were excited to have the opportunity to show their families what they do while at BSAC” said Brandi Hooper, Director of B.A.S.E. programming.

You can find photos of the event on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/mybsac.

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