Meadows After-School Programs
The Meadows After-School ProgramS (MAPS) are designed to provide enrichment opportunities for our Lower School students. Courses are offered on a semester by semester basis and range in diversity. Past selections include violin, chess, french, art, and tennis. Classes are taught by Meadows teachers or outside specialists and all take place on campus. Students enrolled in MAPS are dismissed at 3:10 p.m. and are given a supervised recess period with snacks and water. Students are then picked up by their respective instructor and taken to various course locations. MAPS classes are typically an hour long and meet one time per week.
The Meadows Lower School also provides athletic opportunities for students to participate on a team with their classmates.