Before and After School Programs

  • Hello ASEP Families!

    Due to the high volume of registration contracts, notification of enrollment status may take up to ten business days. 

    2024-2025 Fall Registration-Begins Monday, June 3, 2024, at 7:00 am.*

    2024 Registration Flier

    New 2024-2025 Weekly Fees

    Bell Schedule

    Before School - only

    After School - only

    Before & After School

    7:45 - 2:45


    $83 weekly


    8:00 - 3:00

    $38 weekly

    $77 weekly

    $112.00 weekly

    8:15 - 3:15

    $43 weekly

    $71 weekly

    $112.00 weekly

    8:30 - 3:30

    $49 weekly

    $66 weekly

    $112.00 weekly

    8:45 - 3:45

    $55 weekly

    $60 weekly

    $112.00 weekly

    9:15 - 4:15

    $66 weekly

    $49 weekly

    $112.00 weekly

    New-proposed locations, pending enrollment.

    • Charles H. Parker Academic Center
    • Tuckaseegee Elementary School
    • Knights View Elementary School- (Kindergarten - Fourth Grade only)
    • Mint Hill Elementary School

    2024-2025 ASEP Family Guidelines

    2024-2025 ASEP Financial Agreement 

    2024-2025 ASEP Calendar


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    ASEP is now hiring!

    Before & After School Associate: Part-time Position

    Site Coordinator Trainee: Full-time Position


    The After-School Enrichment Program (ASEP) provides a warm, caring environment beyond school hours where your children can play with school friends and do homework. In addition, ASEP offers exciting activities that stimulate children to be healthier and happier, including sports, art activities, and computer exploration.

    ASEP operates in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, using age-appropriate materials and equipment for students. Students spend out-of-school hours in safe and stimulating environments from the media center to the playground. ASEP site coordinators, school administrators, and teachers work together to ensure the program supports learning during the school day by using the Common Core and Essential Standards curriculum.

    Besides academic support, the ASEP program focuses on developing students' social skills. Program leaders are respectful and positive toward students, mindful of the importance of appropriate role models.

    The North Carolina Division of Child Development licenses our ASEP sites.


Guidelines and Policies

Fun Activities!

  • Students in the ASEP program participate in:

    • Arts and music
    • Games and sports
    • Drama and dance classes
    • STEAM activities
    • Technology
    • Literacy activities
    • Homework sessions
    • Math centers
    • Science experiments
    • Nutrition and fitness activities
    • Clubs and more!

    Equitable Services

    The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), which reauthorizes the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), requires that an LEA shall, after timely and meaningful consultation with appropriate private school officials, provide eligible private school children, on an equitable basis, services that address their academic needs. The LEA must also provide support services for the teachers and other educational staff and families of the participating children. Any questions concerning information regarding the consultation process and the provision of equitable services should contact Jennifer Tampa.


  • Please note - If your site is not listed in the Eleyo platform, it has reached its capacity and is no longer accepting registration contracts.

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