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Enrichment & Aftercare

Fall Camp

EB Fall Camp is now enrolling! Our Camp offers exciting activities taught by specialist teachers and organizations, in addition to the fun filled activities such as arts and crafts, cooking, music, and sports led by our fantastic Enrichment team that your children interact with on a daily basis. Below are the camps daily organized activities for this session, separated by age group.

Registration is for the full week. At this time, we are not offering single day admissions. This document has instructions on how to register and pay via iCare.


Kindergym:  An age-appropriate program, designed to develop gross motor skills, movement creativity, physical development (flexibility, strength, balance, coordination), tumbling, body awareness and communication skills, while learning numbers, colors and shapes through nursery rhymes set to music and dance, taught by Ms. Kira.

On Wednesday, our preschool campers will be treated to a Halloween puppet show!

Our K campers will hone in their art skills with former EB faculty and after school drawing, art and jewelry teacher, Ms. Tessa. Our kids will get inspired and delve into their creative side all week!

On Wednesday, they will be treated to a Halloween puppet show!

G1-G5 Camp

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  • ANTS Sports

    We are excited to welcome to Flag Football & Basketball programs through with one of our after school and enrichment organizations, ANTS Sports. Their K-5th youth sports classes teach the fundamentals of flag football and basketball in a fun team environment that facilitates growth, exploration, and healthy habit development.
  • Griffin Performance Judo

    We are excited to work with EB parent’s company, Griffin Performance Judo for our G1-G5 campers. This class will focus on basic judo fundamental skills and teaches students respect and discipline— the main idea of Judo. 
  • Lawrence Hall of Science

    In addition to classes, this group will also take a field trip on Wednesday to The Lawrence Hall of Science! There are some exciting exhibits and activities for kids that explore the Cambrian explosion, physics game experiments, and an outdoor nature lab! The campers will take a chartered school bus there and back. 

Friday’s Special Halloween Day

We’ll have a great Halloween celebration day that will include multiple Halloween activities, bouncy houses, and fun. Students can wear their costumes to camp!

Camp Hours

  • Cost - $500 for the week
  • Total Daily Hours - 8:00am to 6:00pm
  • Morning Care/Drop-off - 8:00am to 9:00 am (10th St. for Preschool and Creek Gate for K-5)
  • Aftercare/Pick-up - 3:00pm and 6:00 pm (10th St. for Preschool and Creek Gate for K-5)

Flo's Friendly Foods: For the first time, our lunch provider will deliver lunches during camps! When ordering, please remember if your child/ren are in G1 - G5, they will be on a field trip on Wednesday.

If you have purchased our Package B for Camps you will receive a separate email detailing registration instructions. 


All camps are staffed by the Enrichment Team: Mariana Guzman, Howard Feight, Christopher Colebourn, Joe Parreira, Mercedes Portillo, Jano Porter, Mariame Fofana, Angelica Bowlin, Jazmin Gonzalez, Dao Fousseni, Chauncey Burnett, and additional staffing as needed.


Please register using our online enrollment system, iCare, is for the entire week and covers morning care and aftercare. Financial Aid will apply automatically in the checkout cart in iCare.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE (NO LATE ENROLLMENT): Monday, October 17th. If you have any questions please contact the Enrichment Office at enrichment@eb.org  Registration is non-refundable.

FOR PARENTS WHO PURCHASED PACKAGE B: Package B students are automatically enrolled in our Break Camps. You will receive an email from iCare notifying you that your child is already registered. If you know that your child/ren will not be attending Fall Camp, you need to email cburnett@eb.org and inform us so that we have an accurate count for camp activities and proper supervision. Thank you.I

CIT Program

For Middle School parents looking for care during this week, we would like to welcome your child/ren on our Lower School campus as Counselors-In-Training. They would help the teachers with art projects, activities and cooking projects in Lower School or even preschool if they would like. We also have a huge Haunted House to be organized and arranged. I’m sure many of our Middle School students remember this Enrichment Halloween tradition fondly.

Sending your Middle Schooler gives you peace of mind because your child is in a safe and caring environment and they're happy to not be made to feel like one of the younger campers. They are welcome to join in any of our vendor activities, the field trip and jumpy house Friday. 


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  • TPS

    8:00am-9:00amDrop Off/Free Play
    9:00am-10:00amMorning Activities
    10:15am-10:45amFree Play
    10:45am-11:30amCrafts/Outdoor Play
    2:30pm-3:00pmWake-Up/Free Play
    3:30pm-6:00pmAftercare Activities
  • PS/MS

    8:00am-9:00amDrop Off/Free Play
    9:00am-10:15amMorning Activities & Snack
    2:30pm-3:00pmWake-Up/Free Play
    3:30pm-6:00pmAftercare Activities
  • Kindergarten

    8:00am-9:00amMorning Care/Drop Off
    9:00am-10:15amMorning Activity
    10:45am-12:00pmMorning Activity
    12:00pm-1:00pmLunch and Recess
    1:00pm-2:15pmAfternoon Activity
    2:15pm-3:00pmFree Time
    3:00pm-3:15pmSnack and Dismissal
  • G1-G5

    8:00am-9:00amMorning Care/Drop Off
    9:00am-10:15amMorning Activity
    10:45am-12:00pmMorning Activity
    12:00pm-1:00pmLunch and Recess
    1:00pm-2:15pmAfternoon Activity
    2:15pm-3:00pmFree Time
    3:00pm-3:15pmSnack and Dismissal


If you have any questions about either offering, please contact Chauncey Burnett, Director of Enrichment & Athletics, at (510) 813-0161 or email cburnett@eb.org.

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