After School Programs
Durham Parks and Recreation offers a balanced mix of academic support, sports, recreational and cultural activities for elementary, middle and high school for traditional and year round students depending on the site.
- Ages - see After School Program Sites for details
- Monday - Friday, 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. (2:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. for middle school and high school students)
- Early Release: 1:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. (Elementary) | noon - 6 p.m. (Explore)
Registration is ongoing at the center of your choice.
|Fees listed above are for the entire school year. Fees are based on registration date and are prorated. Registrants may select their own individual payment plan (weekly, biweekly, every other week or monthly).|
Sliding Fee Scale
A sliding fee scale may be used to reduce the amount paid for after school programs. The scale ranges from 10-100% and is based on income, number of members per household, and special circumstances affecting the applicant's ability to pay. Applications are available online (PDF), at the administrative office or any recreation center. If approved, the reduced fee is valid for one year.
TransportationOur transportation program is growing! Transportation is free from the following schools to DPR after school sites for youth ages 5-12 and for special program teens ages 13-21.
|Holton Career & Resource Center||I. R. Holmes, Sr. Recreation Center at Campus Hills||W.D. Hill Recreation Center||Walltown Park Recreation Center|
|Oak Grove Elementary
||Southwest Elementary||C.C. Spaulding Elementary
|Glenn Elementary||Parkwood Elementary||Fayetteville Elementary||E.K. Powe Elementary|
|Spring Valley Elementary||Eno Valley Elementary|