Our After-School Programs reinforce the lessons learned in your child’s classroom, complementing our mission as a classical, liberal arts institution.
Athenaeum After-School Program
The Athenaeum (ath-uh-nay-uhm) was originally a school in Rome, founded by Emperor Hadrian in 133 A.D. for the promotion of literary and scientific studies.
Similarly, Great Hearts Athenaeum After-School Program is focused on the liberal arts and promotes learning by providing students dedicated homework time in addition to a diverse array of culturally enriching, academically oriented activities beyond the classroom. But it’s not all academics! Athenaeum scholars also enjoy time for recreation, games, socializing and just plain fun. Athenaeum runs daily from the dismissal bell (even on early release days) until 6:00 p.m. Flexible and affordable options are available to fit any family’s after-school needs.
Homework Club is a place for your student to complete homework, receive peer tutoring and socialize with friends in a structured, supervised environment. The program begins immediately after school and runs until 6:00 p.m. each school day, including early release days. Please note: Homework Club is not available at all Texas Academies, please check your campus for availability.
To register for the Athenaeum After-School Program or Homework Club or to contact the Campus Coordinator, please click on the link below for your campus.
For general enrollment and billing information, please contact the Billing Specialist at Programs@GreatHeartsTX.org or 210.488.6158.
Looking for something fun and enriching to do over the summer? Great Hearts Summer Programs consist of Kinder Readiness for new incoming kindergarten students, Summer School for grades 1st-5th, and Summer Camp for grades 1st-5th.
Visit www.GreatHeartsAmerica.org/TXSummerCamp for more information on all our Summer Programs!