Learning & Fun Continue After School

Baltimore Lab School offers several after school programs including Dragon Club (After Care), After School Clubs, Robotics, Adventure-Based Learning Experiences, and Athletics.

Convenient for working parents and stimulating for students, our after school programs are popular with students of all ages. Click on the green links below to read more about each program.

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  • DRAGON CLUB

    Dragon Club is after school care for students 6-18 years old. The program runs on regularly-scheduled school days from 3:30-5:30PM on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and 12:30-5:30PM on Wednesdays. Students are given time to start their homework, play board games, watch movies, do arts and crafts, and play outside.  

    To register your child for Dragon Club, please download the Dragon Club Registration Form and return the form along with a check to Christina Rickman. For questions about options and rates, please contact Christina Rickman at 410-735-0035 or christina.rickman@baltimorelabschool.org.

  • AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS

    Each year, Baltimore Lab School offers a variety of after school clubs. Clubs are driven by student and faculty interests and we encourage students to explore their interests and create new clubs with a faculty or staff member! This year, clubs include: Anime, Spanish Culture Club with Cooking, Zumba, Crafts for Good, Chess, Conservatory Club, Girl Scouts, Speech and Debate, Improv, Personal Fitness, and Sports Club. 

    NOTE: After School Clubs begin in mid-to-late September. Please download a registration form under After School Activities Downloads.

  • ROBOTICS

    Baltimore Lab School offers fee-based programs in robotics after school. 

    Lower School: Lego Robotics
    Students have fun while working in small groups, using coding skills, to attach their Legos to Bluetooth-enabled programmable motors. These motors let students bring their Lego creations to life.  
     
    Middle & High School: Vex Robotics
    Teams of students are tasked with designing and building robots to play against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. Classroom STEM concepts are put to the test as students learn lifelong skills in teamwork, leadership, communications, and more. 
  • ADVENTURE-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCES

    Adventure-based learning experiences promote self-confidence and self-esteem and improve critical life skills such as teamwork and leadership. These adventures are valued as an important tool for personal physical, emotional and social growth. Currently, Baltimore Lab School offers several sessions of Rock Climbing and Swimming Adventures for students 6-18 years old. 

    Rock Climbing Adventures is held at Earth Treks in Timonium on Tuesdays and Swimming Adventures is held at the Weinberg Family Center Y on 33rd Street on Mondays and Fridays. For more information about dates, session availability, and rates, please contact our Outdoor Education Coordinator, Patti Child, at 410-261-5500 or patricia.child@baltimorelabschool.org.

  • ATHLETICS

    Students ages 6-18 years old have the opportunity to challenge themselves, engage in appropriate competition, and hone their social skills by joining one of our interscholastic sports teams. Baltimore Lab School is a member of the Chesapeake Conference for Interscholastic Sports. Depending on their grade level, our students can choose to participate in basketball, tennis, cross-country, track and field, rockclimbing or swimming. Our sports teams practice and compete after school, Monday-Friday, 3:30pm-5:30pm.

After School Activities Downloads

After school activities are a great way for students to jumpstart their creativity, challenge themselves mentally and physically, cultivate friendships, and develop important social skills.
Founded by visionary educator Sally L. Smith in 2000, Baltimore Lab School educates bright, motivated children in Grades 1-12 with learning disabilities like dyslexia, ADHD, and more. Through our innovative, arts-based curriculum, our students go on to succeed in college and careers.