Welcome to Phoenix Afterschool Center
The City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department has long been a leader in school-based programs, offering school year and summer activities.
This tradition has launched Phoenix Afterschool Center, which is fun and educational. It has sites throughout Phoenix located in schools and community centers. Kids spend time in a supervised program in a location close to home. At Phoenix Afterschool Center, kids make friends, exercise, express themselves through art and learn to take pride in themselves.
Registration for the 2013/14 school year opens on July 18 at 6:30 p.m. You can register online (in the Programs tab, go to the Youth: Summer, Afterschool, Breaks and PAC category) or in person at any Parks and Recreation Department community center when the registration period begins. Once registration opens, you can register online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Parent Information: PAC Program Guidelines
Parent Information: PAC Program Guidelines in Spanish
- General Program Information
Phoenix Afterschool Center (PAC) is an out-of-school time recreation program for school-age children throughout Phoenix. Under the supervision of professional recreation staff, youth are provided with a variety of age appropriate developmental activities that are fun, stimulating and enriching. The PAC staff is looking forward to getting to know the participants and their parents. It is important that we work together to ensure that every child enjoys his/her recreation experience. Please take time to carefully read the following program information to ensure that our program matches your child’s out-of-school time needs.
- Program Components:
Each day participants will have structured scheduled, age-appropriate activities, as well as a period of supervised free play. Daily activities include the following components:
Sports & Games
Arts and Cultural Activities
Prevention, Civic, & Community Involvement
Contact Information: PAC Main Number (602) 262-7370
- PRD Disclaimer
The City of Phoenix prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, or disability in its services, programs and activities. Anyone who believes he or she has been discriminated against may file a complaint with the city of Phoenix Equal Opportunity Department.
The City of Phoenix does not carry accident insurance to cover participants. Involvement in any activity is done at the participant's own risk.