The School-Age Learning Center operates as a 2 star DHS licensed facility. The program offers a learning environment where students from Kindergarten through 6th grade feel safe, welcomed, and comfortable to network with their peers. The program incorporates the science of hope model to provide support, resources, and services to improve Oklahoma children and families’ outcomes.
When attending the program on full-day schedules, the students will receive breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack that meets USDA nutritional guidelines are provided daily through a contracted partnership with the Oklahoma City Regional Food Bank. When attending the Out of School program, students will receive a well-balanced dinner before heading home for the day. The Urban League provides transportation from local schools within a 10-mile radius.
The Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City, Inc. ensures COVID-19 safety precautions are integrated into our program by adhering to current CDC guidelines.
What the School-Age Care & Learning Center offers
- Affordable Child Care
- Hands-On Applied Learning Activities
- Customized Individual Learning Plans
- Homework Assistance
- Safe & Structured Environment
- Trained Staff and Tutors
Grades Kindergarten – 6 (children must be enrolled in school)
Hours of Operation
In School Days: Monday – Friday | 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Out of School Days: Monday – Friday | 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
(Based on the OKCPS Calendar)
Sample Daily Schedule
- 2:00 Arrival & Free Play in Game Room
- 3:00 Homework and Reading Enrichment
- 4:30 Evening Dinner
- 5:00 Collaborative Learning Projects/Physical Fitness/Structured Play
- 5:30 Clean Up & Departure
Please follow the link below to apply for the School-Age Learning Center program.Click Here to Apply
Tuition is $50 per student per week. Payment is due weekly. Tuition includes snacks, transportation, and curriculum.Click Here to Pay Your Tuition Click Here to Pay Your Tuition – PayPal Click Here to Pay Your Tuition – CashApp
Transportation is provided to students enrolled in schools within a 15-mile radius of the Urban League.