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With an estimated 10 million youth in the U.S. enrolled in Out-of-School Time (OST) programs, providing a quality experience is essential for the well-being and development of the youth that participate in these programs.
Out-of-School Time programs allow students to engage in areas of study and growth that may be limited during the school day, including physical activity, leadership development, civic engagement, and the arts.
Overall, these experiences are proven to have positive impacts on the health, social and academic development of youth that extend into their adulthood.
BOOST Network Out-Of-School Time Providers
The BOOST Network supports the development and collaboration of Out-of-School Time providers within the Paso del Norte region, and has a growing list of Out-of-School Time organizations as members. You can find information about Out-of-School Time Providers below by clicking on their logos to be directed to their program website.
NOTE: This list is provided as a free resource to parents and guardians, and it is intended solely for informational purposes. Program offerings, hours, costs, safety, staffing, and other details are provided at the discretion of each Out-of-School Time Provider.