Afterschool Programs

Afterschool at Family Resource Center

Ages 5 to 14 years

The Afterschool Program is located in the Morton Downey Family Resource Center (FRC) on the main campus. We promote early and consistent success in school and provide continuity of care for children through the teen years. The After School Program is open from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Educational enrichment programs, daily homework assistance and special FCAT preparation are important components of our after-school program. We also offer a wide variety of clubs and activities for creative expression and skill building. Students may choose to participate in clubs and activities including music, drumline, dance, art, drama, ceramics, sewing club and basketball.

The FRC features the James Lippingwell Computer Lab, a recording studio, a library, study rooms, art center, performing art stage, gym and multiple playground areas. Hot meals and snacks are provided daily at no additional charge. The After School Program serves students in grades K through 8th from 12 elementary schools. Direct school bus routes, with drop-off and pick-up, provides door-to-door service and guarantees children’s attendance.

For more information, please call Tanise Cox at 561-276-0520 or email


Afterschool at Pine Grove Elementary

Ages 5 to 12 years

The program runs from 2PM to 7PM on school days, 11AM to 7PM on half days, and 7:30AM to 5:30PM on school holidays and breaks. The curriculum consists of academic support, cultural enrichment, recreational activities, and leadership programs.

For more information, please call Venette Pierre at 561-266-1100 or email

Afterschool at Village Academy

Ages 5 to 12 years

The Afterschool Program has a heavy academic focus for these students who are at the highest risk for academic failure and school dropout.

The Afterschool Program serves Village Academy students in grades K through 6th. It’s an “extension of the school day” from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m., Monday through Friday and is located in the Village Academy School.

Guided coursework, homework assistance and additional FCAT preparation are provided. Students participate in a curriculum that emphasizes good moral character and making wise decisions. Clubs, activities and field trips offer cultural enrichment, leadership opportunities and peer bonding. Students can participate in creative dance, step dance, cheerleading, choir, drum line and various sports teams. These activities provide opportunities that students may not otherwise receive.

For more information, please call Junior Beauzier at 561-243-6127 or email


*Achievement Centers and The City of Delray Beach is not affiliated with or endorsed by the School Board of Palm Beach County or Pine Grove/Village Academy and the events/activities hosted by Achievement Centers on Pine Grove Elementary and Village Academy premises pursuant to a cooperative agreement shall not be constructed as being conducted, funded, hosted, or sponsored by the School Board or Pine Grove Elementary and Village Academy on behalf of Achievement Centers. The School Board and Pine Grove Elementary and Village Academy undertake no responsibility for supervising or monitoring Achievement Centers programs/events/activities and will not be liable for any and all actions of Achievement Centers on Pine Grove Elementary and Village Academy’s premises.


Teen Program at Village Academy

Ages 13 to 18 years

The Teen Program provides youth with opportunities that promote self-esteem, decision-making skills and healthier lifestyles. By exposing teens to new opportunities, they stay engaged in meaningful activities that build real, transferable skillsthat can be applied outside of school. An array of options are available for teens, including sports and computer access. The Media and Photography Club allow students to create music and record CDs, edit and produce videos, publish school newsletters and broadcast school announcements. Teens also have the option to play basketball and participate in other physical activities. Extra-curricular activities present opportunities to these teens that they would otherwise not receive.

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For more information, please call Junior Beauzier at 561-243-6127 or email

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