Carousel’s After-School Program offers a balanced curriculum in which social and recreational activities are designed to promote the physical, social, emotional, and creative development of each child. The After-School Program serves children ages 5-18 at two locations in the Los Angeles area, Sophia T. Salvin Special Education Center & Carousel Non-Public School. Both Locations offer extended hours during Spring Break, Summer Break and one week in January. For More information about Carousel After School Program please call or email Jeanne Peraza:
Ph. (310) 645-9222 ex. 104
Fax (310) 645-4201
Location and Hours
Carousel Non-Public School
7899 La Tijera Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday
Carousel staff members are qualified teachers and assistants who are selected for their education, experience, and skills. Great care is taken in selecting staff members who relate well to children and families, and who are sensitive to their needs.
Arts and Crafts – Children are given the opportunity to create through the use of paints, water colors, chalk, clay, and more.
Story Time/Discussion – A book of the week will be read and discussed within the group. Students may bring a book from home or choose from a list of titles at the local library.
Music and Movement – A variety of music is used, including classical, jazz, blues, folk, rock, pop, country/western, reggae, and other genres. Dance will encourage creativity and help develop physical coordination.
Cold Cooking – The students will learn the basics of measuring and cooking through participation in a weekly cooking project. Nutrition and healthy eating habits are discussed.
Outdoor Sports – Students participate in organized sports, including basketball, softball, soccer, football, relay races, and more. Water play games are also included during the summer.