Online registration for fall 2013 AFTER SCHOOL is now open. Online registration for summer 2013 continues. Using our online system you may:
Before using the online system for the first time we strongly recommend you read our registration TIP sheet.
Summer Program Information:
The last day to register for week 1 of summer programs, June 10-14, is May 31. After this date we will no longer accept registrations for this week of summer programs. We need this time to prepare paperwork for program sites. For a full list of registration deadlines for summer programs, click here.
If you have already registered your child for one of our summer programs you can click on the PDF below to see which courses/camps/trips have enough enrollment to run or which ones are awaiting additional enrollment. You can also see important payment calendar and instructions.
McFarland All Day Program on May 24, 2013 has been cancelled.
Five unique programs fit under the umbrella of Wisconsin Youth Company all offering fun, exciting and educational experiences for children and youth. From after school care for a five-year-old to overnight camping adventures for youth to life skills for teens we offer the chance for young people to learn and grow. Have your family join our family! Click on the buttons below to learn more about Wisconsin Youth Company programs.
AFTER SCHOOL provides academic support and recreational activities before and after school and on non-school days, and summer day camp for children in grades K-5.
Unique adventures and camping experiences for youth ages 8-15. Choose from day trips close to home, weekend or weeklong travel throughout Wisconsin.
This is our opportunity to let young people know how much we value their contributions to our communities. Enjoy two days of youth performances on stage at Madison's annual Kid's Expo.
Middle School U offers a combination of enrichment courses and recreational programs providing a fun and rewarding summer for middle school students. Courses and activities are designed for the growing independence of the middle school student.
The Wisconsin Youth & Family Center offers homework help, job skills, social support and recreational programming for middle and high school students who live in the Greater Elver Park neighborhood. The center is funded in part by Community Services, City of Madison, Community Development Block Grant, Dane County and the Madison Community Foundation.