After-School Programs 

The City of Hialeah's Education and Community Services Department offers a wide variety of after school programs for both residents and non-residents. Students in our programs are closely supervised by trained staff and engage in fun, yet educational activities that keep the students in our programs learning after the school day has ended. Parents can have peace of mind knowing that their children and teens are in a safe and welcoming environment after the school bell rings! Due to COVID-19, The City of Hialeah has three FREE VIRTUAL after school programs to choose from. A one time, non-refundable registration fee is required for each program.

Creative Learning & Play (CL&P) Summer Camps

The CL&P After School Program is held for students in grades K-5th. This program is open to residents and non residents who live in the Miami-Dade area. This program is funded in part by The Children’s Trust. 

Young Leaders with Character ( YLC ) BLUE Program

The YLC -Blue Program serves teens in grades 6th- 8th. This program is open to residents and non residents of the City of Hialeah.

Young Leaders with Character ( YLC ) Orange 21st CCLC Program

The YLC -Orange Program serves teens in grades 6th- 8th from the following schools only. 

  • City of Hialeah Educational Academy
  • Hialeah Middle School
  • Henry H. Filer Middle School

This is a FREE program due to funding by the 21st CCLC grant- PENDING APPROVAL.

STEP AHEAD

The STEP Ahead Summer Camp offers activities for Miami-Dade County Public School (M-DCPS) high school students with special needs.

For more information about any of the VIRTUAL after school programs, please contact the Education and Community Services Department at 305-818-9143.  .

Updated 9/9/2020