after school Programming
Quality arts programs that inspire and elevate.
Now open to 3rd Graders!
2023-2024 After school programs – Clark-fulton Campus
For the first time ever, Rainey Institute’s After School programs launch at our NEW Clark Fulton site for the 2023 – 2024 school year. Our programs for 3rd – 8th graders are mastery-based and taught by a passionate faculty committed to enriching students’ lives through art. Our after school programs at our Clark Fulton site include the following: Intergalactic Art, CineMusic, Art In Motion (Dance), and SCREENS (Acting). Please scroll down to see the details of each program and registration availability.
Frequently Asked Questions are included at the bottom of this page. If you still have questions after reading this section, please contact us at [email protected] or 216-353-9727.
Registration is now open!
Program Days: Monday – Friday, 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Tuition: $125/month with a $25 non-refundable deposit applied towards the first month’s tuition.
Tuition is due by the 5th of each month. Rainey is a registered provider with the Ohio ACE Program which offers up to $1,000 in financial assistance per child. Tuition Assistance is available to those who do not qualify for ACE. Learn more about ACE here. Rainey’s provider number with ACE is 201810.
Transportation is a one-time $25 fee and provided from Willard Breakthrough School.
Program Start Date: Monday, September 11th, 2023
Snack & Tutoring Provided Daily
SCREENS Film Acting & Production
Students: 3rd – 8th Grades
SCREENS is an innovative acting and production program designed to inspire, cultivate, and catapult young performing artists into creative leadership! The program engages students in the arts of screen acting, singing, modeling, and cinematic storytelling. Students harness the power of modern screens — movie theater, cell phone, tablet, and television — to create a positive impact. This immersive learning experience is wide-ranging, educational, relevant and fun, focusing on the skillful mastery of the modern artistic canvas: the screen. Students also develop confidence, cultural consciousness, positive self-image, and social responsibility!
frequently asked questions
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What precautions is Rainey taking to keep children, staff & faculty, and families safe from coronavirus or other potential outbreaks?
The health and safety of our students, staff, and visitors will always be our first priority. Rainey Institute will continue to monitor and enact appropriate actions based on current guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and local/state medical recommendations. Guidelines may change without notice and information will be distributed via our website, broadcast email messages, and/or social media.
What grade does my child need to be in to attend your program?
Rainey’s After School Program @ Clark Fulton serves students in 3rd – 8th grades. We offer classes in four arts areas: Intergalactic Art, CineMusic, Art In Motion (Dance), and SCREENS (Acting). Our Hough site on the east side is inclusive of K – 8th grade students.
When does the program start?
The program begins on Monday, September 11, 2023 and runs through Friday, May 17th, 2024. The program runs Monday – Friday from 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Students may still register after the start date, and tuition will be prorated accordingly.
What school calendar does Rainey follow?
Rainey Institute programming reaches students from multiple schools. We develop our own calendar but try to stay as close to the CMSD schedule as possible. Our calendar will be distributed in the parent portal on our website and provided at orientation.
Is Rainey transporting students to your program?
Rainey provides transportation from E Prep/V Prep Willard Breakthrough School to our program at the Pivot Center. Families may sign up for transportation on our website during the registration process. Transportation is only a one-time $25 fee! Rainey Institute will also coordinate staff to walk students from Luis Muñoz Marín Dual Language Academy to our Pivot Center site. You will be contacted regarding this upon enrollment.
What time can I drop my child off if I am bringing them or another provider?
Students can be dropped off beginning at 2:30 pm.
How is after school tuition billed?
Tuition for our after school program is $1,000 for the entire year. A $25 registration fee is due upon registration and applies towards the first month’s tuition. The $125 monthly tuition fee is billed on the 5th of each month. Financial aid is available directly through Rainey! Please contact [email protected] to inquire about financial aid.
What type of financial assistance does Rainey offer?
Rainey is a registered childcare provider with the Ohio Afterschool Child Enrichment (ACE) education savings account program. ACE provides funds for students and families to use on various enrichment and educational activities, including tutoring, day camps, music lessons, study skills services, and field trips.
Rainey asks that families apply for ACE before seeking out financial assistance directly from Rainey. If you are denied from ACE or cannot apply, please fill out the Tuition Assistance Form on the Parent Portal and Rainey can offer tuition assistance separate from ACE. Rainey is deeply committed to ensuring that all of our programs are accessible to all students regardless of cost. For questions or concerns about financial aid, please contact [email protected] and a staff member will assist you.
Will students still get a meal?
Students will receive a snack before programming every day.
Will my child be able to do their homework?
Rainey allocates time for students to complete their homework between 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm. Our teachers rely on your children to inform them if they have homework and are never to go through a child’s backpack in search of agendas or homework. If your child needs more support or time for homework we ask that you reach out to Andrea Soncina, Arts Education Coordinator, to discuss a plan at [email protected].
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