Extended Hours

Renaissance Academy offers extended hours programs from 7:00am to 5:30pm on regular school days. Families may sign children up for one day on occasion or regularly for three or five days. These programs are fee-based and reservations are required.

Enrichment classes, academic clubs, and sports programs are also offered after school hours.

Breakfast Time

7:00–8:15 AM

Students are invited to bring their breakfast, eat, relax, and play at school before the regular school day begins.

5 Day 3 Day Daily
per year
per year

Pre-Renaissance Lunch Time

11:15 AM–Noon (for half-day students)

Available for three to six year olds who want to extend the three hour school day. Students enjoy their sack lunches and learn courtesy and good manners as they dine together family style. Children socialize and play indoors and outdoors (weather permitting) during this relaxing period.

5 Day 3 Day Daily
per year
per year

After School Camp

3:45 PM–5:30 PM

An enjoyable day camp atmosphere is offered every day. Children play, socialize, join in art and music activities, or just take it easy in this pleasant after school program. Students are also eligible for discount rates in other special classes offered at Renaissance Academy and our staff will ensure that they arrive on time to participate.

5 Day 3 Day Daily
per year
per year

After School Enrichment Classes

Renaissance Academy makes many enrichment classes available after regular school hours. These programs include art, music, drama, dance, martial arts, chess, and foreign language in group classes and individual lessons. We will regularly inform all registered students of times and costs for these programs.

After School Sports and Teams

Renaissance Academy elementary students are required to join in a minimum of three seasons of after school Team Activities including at least two sports. The sports programs are designed to provide our students with a positive athletic experience with emphasis on team play, fundamentals, and good sportsmanship; and to stress the importance of both physical and academic development as part of a quality education. Choices may include Soccer, Cross Country Running, Basketball, Golf, Track, Chess Club, Lego Robotics, and Junior Academic Super Bowl. Practices and competitions are generally held off campus and parents must drive children or arrange car pools.