Due to unforeseen circumstances regarding the availability of facilities, the After-School Enrichment Program will not be offered in Fall 2021. The decision was not made lightly and was made with the best interest of students, families and staff in mind. After-School Enrichment Program options will be reevaluated later in the year to consider potentially offering the program after winter break. We apologize for any disruption this may cause and thank you for your understanding. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Recreation Office at 440-775-7254 or – Stay tuned for more details.


  • August 30, 2021
  • Monday –  Friday
  • (when school is in session)
  • Grades: K – 5
  • After School until 6:00 p.m.
  • Eastwood Elementary School
  • Cost: $100.00 per child / per school year – with sliding fee scale for families with multiple children in program

Oberlin After School Enrichment Program (OASEP) participants will enjoy a variety of activates from arts & crafts, board games, indoor gym, card games and playground games to name a few. After School participants will attend homework lab, where homework help is available to student from Recreation staff and Oberlin College tutors. A light snack will be provided. Read a copy of the After School Enrichment Program Policies-Rules-Procedures.

Health & Safety at After School Program:


OASEP Mission Statement:

To provide affordable, comprehensive after-school programming that offers a safe and caring environment to best serve the needs of the children within our community through academic, creative and recreational enrichment opportunities.

Read the After School Schools The “411”


*Discounts, for families with more than one participating Child


“The Afterschool Program at Eastwood is an amazing community resource. As a parent I appreciate that there is a safe and inclusive place for my child to play after school. She loves the arts & crafts and computer lab time. As a teacher I appreciate the homework lab where students can get help from Rec. staff and Oberlin College tutors. Students in need of extra support can get help with school work and are able to go home and enjoy family time at the end of the day”

– Parent & Oberlin City Schools Educator, Brandi Hicks-Watson


“Young people need the influence of caring adults and positive role models in their lives. Good after-school programs can accomplish that by helping youngsters develop the knowledge, skill and healthy habits to achieve their greatest potential.”

– Former US Secretary of Education, Rod Paige


After School Program in the news

Read Oberlin News-Tribune – after-school-program-article.pdf


Applications are currently not being accepted. Stay tuned for further details.

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