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Netra center for atrs

After School Program

 

Creative STEAM based After School Program for elementary school kids

Research shows that children who participate in good quality after school programs have higher school attendance and academic achievement. Netra’s after school program not only provides a safe place for children after school, it also strives to improve their social, emotional, academic and vocational competencies.

Our After-School program can be custom-fit to meet your family's needs. You may register for the program for one day to five days, per week. Our goal is for your child to participate in project-based activities, finish homework assignments, and get physical exercise every day. We provide a wide variety of games (Chess, Scrabble, Jenga, Taboo, fun ball games), arts, Vedic math and enrichment activities for every age group. With Netra’s After-School programs, parents can be confident that their children are learning and playing in a safe and supportive environment after school.

We also have Full day and Half a day programs during school vacations. Please check out our camp page for further details.

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

750 Alma street,
#110, Foster City
CA 94404

☎ CONTACT

Info@netraarts.com
(650) 773-3587


What kids get here at Netra…

 

Homework help

We help kids with everyday school homework.

Painting class

We brighten kids creative side by teaching them painting, drawing and other art forms

3D CLAY SCULPTING

Kids learn ceramic hand-building techniques such as slabbing and pinching, modeling, coiling, clay weaving and carving techniques using only hands and the simplest of tools.
 


WOODWORK

We teach kids basic wood carving techniques.

BOLLYWOOD DANCE

We focus on building the child's flexibility, coordination and more importantly confidence along with grace and style.

YOGA AND STRETCHING

We concentrate on kids physical exercise every day with stretching exercises and yoga.

 
 

 
 
A child educated only at school is an uneducated child!
— George Santayana