Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a cost for joining the ASES program?
activities, and snacks provided to students in program are always FREE.
Who can enroll in the ASES program at SES?
Students grade levels 7th-12th attending SES for the
year can enroll.
When does program begin?
The after-school program begins the first day of school
(September 3) and runs
every day that school is in session, Mondays through Fridays.
How do I register my student for the ASES program at SES?
Parents can enroll their students at orientation by filling out a
form available online by clicking here, the ASES office on campus, or the main
office. Forms must be turned into to one of the aforementioned locations
before the first day of school. Space in program is limited so
parents are encouraged to register their students ASAP.
How will students be selected for the ASES program?
Program space is limited to a total of just 70 students. This is
appropriate levels of safety/supervision, one on one attention, and overall
program quality. To ensure the most equitable and transparent process,
registration forms will be submitted to the SCUSD district for a lottery-based
selection. Students not selected will be put on a wait-list.
What does an average day look like for students attending program?
The ASES program follows a pre-planned schedule with guaranteed
homework, physical recreation, and project-based club times to ensure a
consistent model of quality across our many school sites.
A schedule will be provided upon request and is subject to change.
How will students be supervised during program time?
Safety is our absolute number one priority. Students immediately
school check in with the ASES program on campus. From the time students
are checked in right after school to when they are signed out by the
authorized parent or guardian, they will be under the supervision of our
highly qualified staff.
What is the ASES program attendance policy?
Students are expected to attend everyday unless otherwise excused
valid reason (Contact Program Manager). Too many unexcused absences
from program may result in a student being dropped so their space can be
given to another student on the wait-list.
Please contact the SES ASES program manager for all other
questions, and concerns.