As a working parent, before and after school care can be an important part of your family’s care plan. Check out the resources below to help weigh your options and find the care that is right for you and your school-age child.
School-aged resources in Central New York
Please note that the below list of resources is not exhaustive and are not endorsed or vetted by Syracuse University Office of Human Resources. It is the responsibility of each individual to determine the appropriateness of the care selected. If you are seeking before or after-school care; we suggest inquiring at your child’s school.
- YMCA: offers licensed before and after school programming, grades K-6, for many school districts in Central New York
- JCC After School Program (Jewish Community Center of Syracuse): a combination of educational and recreational programming for grades K-6.
- BASCOL (Before and After School Child Care on Location, Inc): provides child care before and after school, during school vacations, snow days and the summer. BASCOL has 19 locations in 8 school districts in Onondaga and Oswego County.
- Kumon Math and Reading Center: for more than 50 years, Kumon’s after-school academic enrichment program has helped children achieve success worldwide.
- Huntington Learning Center: specializes in tutoring for elementary through high school students as well as preparation for a wide variety of standardized testing.
Carebridge can help!
For a comprehensive search for school-aged options that meet your family’s needs, Carebridge is here to help. Contact a Carebridge Child Care Specialist at 800.437.0911 if you would like a personalized search for school-aged options. Whether you are looking for early morning support, after school programs, tutoring, or summer day camps, Carebridge can help!
Do you know a resource to share?
Is there a school-aged resource you would like to share on the Syracuse University WorkLife webpages? If so, please send us the information at email@example.com. The resource will be reviewed and if approved, we will gladly add it to the school-aged resources list above.