After School Programs

Note: The following after-school programs (and camps) are not affiliated with the San Juan Unified School District and San Juan Unified School District accepts no liability or responsibility for these programs. This page is published as information only. Please contact each program directly with questions!

Spanish for kids

Spanish for Kids

Classes are structured to support daily use of the Spanish language. Students develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills useful in everyday life through the context of places we visit. We use a theme based curriculum, engaging students through a variety of activities. Your child will follow a textbook and learn verb tenses through role play, games and repetition. Fun and effective!

—Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District and The Spanish Classroom

Firefly Art

Firefly Art

Join us for a whole new school year of BRAND NEW projects! Let’s get messy and make time for creativity! While Firefly Art has always taught drawing skills, with a variety of art media, we do more than that! We teach our students to draw as a secondary means of communication, relish in the creative process, and design creative solutions when “mistakes” happen. This year, we’ve got more paintbrush action, more sticky glue crafts, and more local artist spotlights coming your way!

—Dream Enrichment Classes


Early Engineers (LEGO)

Calling all LEGO lovers! Too many children shy away from math and science. We want our kids, and yours, to be exposed to topics like velocity, momentum, and bioluminescence, alongside a familiar friend, the Lego brick! That way, when they go off to Junior High and High School, they will be more comfortable and willing to raise their hand when these topics come up. Familiarity now, will lead to the confidence to engage later. Join us for new projects and vocabulary!

—Dream Enrichment Classes


Carmichael Running Club

The Carmichael Running Club is open to children in grades 3 to 8 regardless of ability. There are two, 7-week training sessions each school year; one in the fall and one in the spring. Each session culminates with participation in a 5K race.

  • October 16-December 1, 2018
  • Practices: Tues/Thur, 4:30 – 6 PM
  • Race Day: Saturday, Dec 1 (CIM, 5K)

—Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District 


STORM (Special Team of Role Models) Program

S.T.O.R.M. (Special Team of Role Models) Program hosts weekly, 60-minute sessions that teach children about character, nutrition, fitness, and safety.

This 10-week program is at Mariemont and runs from 10/15/2018 through 01/28/2019 — Mondays: 3:20 PM – 4:20 PM.

The cost is $15 per class (siblings receive 50% off). Seasons are 8-10 weeks long.

For more information, click here to download the flyer or click on S.T.O.R.M. Program website.




SEACAMP lets you explore the challenges of the sea up close and personally. While being housed at the SEACAMP marine science facility on beautiful Mission Bay, students will take part in an intensive three-day, two-night marine science program.

This course is designed to expose students to a core curriculum in the fields of marine ecology, physical oceanography, marine biology, marine mammals and career opportunities. SEACAMP combines Labs & Workshops with coordinating Field Activities.

February 18-20, 2019.

Download PDF flyer for more information

—SEACAMP San Diego