Catch a breath of fresh air at the Discovery Center Monday-Friday for After School Enrichment. Space is reserved for 12 kids in grades K-5th. 


What does a typical day look like? Students participate in theme related activities, games or crafts which are unique to each week. Plus, they go on nature walks, and meet our animal ambassadors. 

Where does programming take place? Outside! The Discovery Center uses its 4 outdoor educational nature nodes with the exception of indoor restrooms, and inclement weather. 

Can't make it here by 2:30pm? No rush! Just let us know ahead of time. We understand schools dismiss at different times so we are flexible in scheduling lessons and activities throughout the After School Enrichment programming time between 2:30-5:30pm. 

Missed or can't attend one day or week of programming? No problem! As long as there is space, registrations will be on-going from week to week. Cost will be pro-rated or credited for the missed days. Otherwise, with the exception of weekly Wacky Wednesday, registration is for the month.

What is Wacky Wednesday: Taught by Ms. Julie, Wacky Wednesday is a fun mid week break just for kids! Fore more information, check-out our Wacky Wednesday Program



After School Enrichment with resume in September 2022! 

Discounts: Multiple Day Registration & Refer a Friend

Plan on registering for multiple days? Email Emily first for a PROMO CODE. 

  • Register for 2 days per month: Receive a 10% off PROMO Code for your 2nd day registration. 

  • Register for 3-5 days per month: Receive 15% off your total for your additional 2-4 registration days.

  • * 1 day registration is always paid in full.

Did you refer a friend? Email Emily first for a PROMO CODE. 

  • If you refer a new friend, a child who has never attended our After School Enrichment Programming, you and your new friend will receive a one time 15% off code to use on your registration!


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Covid-19 Program Accommodations: 

We are closely monitoring the Center for Disease Control and the County of San Diego’s reopening guidelines to ensure our on-site programs take every measure to keep our students, families, and staff safe.

CDC Guideline regarding face masks for children: 

“Younger children (e.g., preschool or early elementary aged) may be unable to wear a mask properly, particularly for an extended period of time. Wearing of masks may be prioritized at times when it is difficult to maintain a distance of 6 feet from others (e.g., during carpool drop off or pick up, or when standing in line at school). Ensuring proper mask size and fit and providing children with frequent reminders and education on the importance and proper wear of masks may help address these issues.”

Physical Distancing: While it is unrealistic to expect children to maintain 6 feet of distance from each other at all times during the camp day, we will be doing what we can to maintain physical distancing. 

Face masks: It is left at the discretion of each family if they would like their child to wear a facial mask while attending, however no child under the age of two shall wear a facial covering.