Saturday, July 18, 2020: SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

  • On Thursday, July 16, the Henry County Board of Education announced that they would delay the beginning of the school year to August 17, and that all Henry County Schools students will participate in classes via remote learning for the foreseeable future (or until otherwise changed).

  • In response to this decision, we will be shifting from an After-school program format to a Remote-Learning Day Camp format.
  • We are making a sincere and heartfelt plea to all of our loyal parents and students to continue using our services via the Remote-Learning Day Camp and/or the evening classes. As a small, family-owned business that has been serving the Stockbridge community for over 20 years, we are determined to fight to keep our doors open even during these trying and uncertain times. We are honored that you all have allowed us to care for and teach your children for so long, and we want to continue to charge forward with this cause for many years to come.

    • How much does this program cost?
      • The program price for this camp is $120/week for one child.
      • A 10% discount will be given for each sibling.
    • When and for how long will this program run?
      • The program will run Monday through Friday, 7:30 am - 6:00 pm.
      • The program will remain in place until students physically return to school.
    • What are the main features/benefits of this program?
      • Students in this program will be able to participate in their virtual classes, as well as receive some assistance with their class/homework, under the constant and direct guidance and supervision of our staff.
      • Students will participate in daily martial arts training as an included aspect of this program.
      • This program particularly benefits working parents put in a difficult position as a result of the BOE decision. It provides a resource to those parents that sees to the educational and physical welfare of their children, as well as provides high-quality, rigorous martial arts training.
    • Will food be provided?
      • Students will be responsible for bringing their own water bottles, lunches, and snacks every day, as our facility does not serve cooked meals.
      • However, we will have prepackaged snacks (such as chips, noodles, cookies, and corn dogs) available for purchase.
      • We suggest that parents provide a morning snack, a lunch, and an afternoon snack daily for each child.
    • What measures will the facility take to protect against COVID-19?
      • We are legally and morally bound to follow the Governor's COVID-19 protocols for operating a camp program.
      • You can view our protocols here.
  • If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!