Learning doesn’t stop at the end of the school day. Nor does the fun. At the end of the school day, Lesley Ellis offers Clubhouse, an optional program with plenty of activities that allow kids to pursue a favorite interest of discover new ones. In addition, kids may enroll in Vacation Clubhouse or our summer program. In a comfortable and relaxed setting, all of these programs offer children the opportunity to socialize, learn something new, and most importantly, have a great time. Whether planting a garden, paddling a kayak, or learning to code, there is something for everyone. The LES teachers—along with area college students and various professionals—bring their classroom teaching expertise to new venues—making sure there is just the right balance of education and recreation and a distinct shift from the school day.
Important COVID-19 Summer Program update.
ClubhouseThere’s lots to do at Lesley Ellis after the regular school day ends. The optional Clubhouse program gives children the space, time, and guidance to share projects, games and other activities in a welcoming environment at an unhurried pace. More than a childcare program, we provide the same intentional programming and individual attention that we do during the school day—helping to promote continued growth and the development of positive self-esteem.Learn More
Summer ProgramThere is always something new and exciting happening at the Lesley Ellis Summer Program with fun activities planned for every age group. We’re already looking forward to it. A new session starts each week throughout the summer with adventures for incoming preschoolers through 8th grade, including overnight camping trips for our oldest students. Learn More
Vacation ClubhouseThe Lesley Ellis Vacation Clubhouse offers parents coverage on early release days, conference days, and many holidays and school vacations. More than a convenient option for working parents, the program is designed to enhance children's social skills and intellectual development, and to provide a fun alternative to the typical school day. Learn More