Boy Scouts of America / South Florida Council
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America, is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. 305-364-0020
Boys and Girls Clubs of Miami
The After School Care Program is designed to provide a safe and secure environment so that children can extend their academic learning experience as well as their social learning experience for growth and development into positive and productive citizens of our community.
Services include: After School Care Program, Academic Improvement Methods, Teacher Work Day Program, Dance, Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Football, Flag Football, Cheer leading, Tennis, Spring Break Camp, Summer Camp. They have 6 location throughout the county. call main office at 305-446-9910.
Centro Campesino Farmworker Center / YouthPride
Serves students at high risk of academic failure in the Florida City/Homestead area in 1st-8th grade. Students are evaluated when they enter the program and a plan is devised to address his/her weaknesses considering grade level, reading ability, FCAT scores, feedback from parents and teachers, in-house evaluation and staff observations. Provides participants with individualized homework assistance and academic enrichment emphasizing reading, social development and conflict resolution skills, along with recreational and artistic activities. foro more info call 305-245-7738.
Miami Dade County Public Schools
For a complete list of before and after school progtram and locations in Miami-Dade county go to the following website:
Miami Dade Couty Park and Recreational Dep.
Presents a wide variety of camps and After School programs that offer recreational, athletic and educational value. Contact your local community or neighborhood park to find out what camps and programs are available in your area.
Call 305-634-5791, ext 322.
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