Whether on campus or remotely from your home, Auxiliary Programs is here to support you! Our BASE staff and ACE instructors are working to create and find activities that you can do with your families during our remote learning period.
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At Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, we believe that education and social-emotional learning continue beyond school hours. For our Primary and Lower School students, we offer a fun and creative after-school care program known as Bears After-School Experience (BASE) as well as weekly After-Class Enrichment (ACE) courses in the areas of athletics, fine arts, and STEAM. For our Middle School students, we offer a supervised study hall known as Middle School Bear Den.
New this year is the one-hour minimum option for parents who just need a little more time for pickup. With all of these programs available, we have created a fun, safe and educational neighborhood for you and your family. Learn more about each of our programs below, and register your children for our programs here.
Bears After-School Experience (BASE)
BASE is an extended day program open for all HIES students in PK3 through fifth grade. Our program offers a safe, structured and fun environment for your children which begins the moment the school day finishes and runs until 6 p.m. Each day we provide age-appropriate activities such as our daily group activities, known as “Creative Expressions,” homework time, outdoor free play and organized games, structured indoor games, puzzles and books. Sign up your child today!
After-Class Enrichment (ACE)
The objective of ACE to offer cost-effective programs to enrich HIES students in the areas of academics, fine arts, STEAM and athletics with the goal of providing an opportunity for every student to be an active participant in the HIES community.
Registration and Parent Policies are available here. Registration is based on a first-come, first-serve basis.