Independent Bus & After-Care Options

***Please inform us if your student will be picked up by one of the following or any other bus option/after care facility***


Angels on Wheels 305.746.4393

City of Opa Locka Private Bus (Parks & Rec) 305.953.2875

Kids Go Zoom 786.486.9523

Shalom Community Church Private Shuttle 305.892.9204



Hanna’s Academic Development Center
13250 NW 28th Avenue
Opa Locka, Florida 33054
Phone: (305) 685-5437

This center is located directly across 28th Ave from BCP.  They offer both before- and after-care options as well as transportation to and from BCP and Hanan’s Center. Please inform us if your child is enrolled at Hanan’s.

City of Miami Parks & Recreation

The City of Miami Parks & Recreation After School Programs give children a safe place to participate in fun, athletic and special programs which help to encourage them to learn, get involved in physical activity and explore their creativity.

All After School programs are held until 6 p.m., for children ages 6 – 13 during the school year, children have a wide range of activities to participate in. The City of Miami Parks and Recreation Department offers both paid and free after school programs.

After School Programs are offered at each of the following parks providing there is a minimum enrollment of 12 children.

 Gwen Cherry Park
7090 NW 22nd Ave, Miami, FL 33147
Phone Number: (305) 694-4889

Parents must register children at the YET Center at Gwen Cherry Park. Once registered, a child is able to come into the center and engage in program activities. Upon entering the center, all children must sign in and proceed to the homework assistant room. There, they will receive help with homework or an assignment. After completion, they will be given a wristband which will allow them to go to any of the other educational activities, game room or gymnasium. Most activities at the center are free; however, some do require a small fee. Adult programming is also available, check with each agency for activities.

Charles Hadley Park
1350 NW 50th St, Miami, FL 33142
Phone Number: (305) 960-4630

Little Haiti Park
212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami, FL 33137
Phone Number: (305) 960-2933

Athalie Range Park
525 NW 62 Street, Miami, FL 33150
Phone Number: (305) 757-7961

Rolling Oaks Park
18701 NW 17th Court, Miami Gardens, FL 33056
Phone Number: (305) 621-5932 (Park Staff)
305-622-2569 (Park)     (305) 622-8080 (Main Office)

Lemon City Park
27 NE 58 Street, Miami, FL 33137
Phone Number: (305) 759-3512



 Sunkist Grove Community Center
12500 NW 13th Ave

Griffing Community Center
12220 Griffing Blvd

City of North Miami Residents $20 per week. Non-Residents $25 per week.  Transportation from select schools to park site available for additional $5 per week. Program runs throughout the school year.

Sign your child up for a weekly afterschool care and tutoring program with a focus on enrichment activities such as chess, health and fitness, and nature exploration. Children in our Afterschool Program will also participate in an approved Specialized Educational Service (SES) tutoring program for all ages.

REGISTER at NORTH MIAMI PARKS & RECREATION OFFICE.  Birth Certificate required for first time registrants. Proof of residency required to receive resident rate.

12300 NE 8 Avenue. Payments may be made by money order, cashier’s check or personal check.
SPACE IS LIMITED! For more information, please call 305.895.9840, option 5.


Little Haiti Cultural Center
A visual arts and performing arts based after school program, in partnership with Easter Seals.

After School Programs

Time: 3:30pm-6:30pm
Cost: FREE
Contact: Myriam Pierre 305-960-2969
Applications available for pick up at LHCC

Easter Seals South Florida provides FREE year-round (afterschool and summer) services, offering activities for elementary and middle school children (6-12 years old). The program includes literacy and homework support, physical fitness, social skills and a variety of enrichment activities involving music, art, dance and a unique French Heritage Language Program which is offered by the Haitian Cultural Art Alliance. During the school year, snacks are provided free of charge thru Department of Health Afterschool Snacks Program.


African Heritage Cultural Arts Center
6161 NW 22nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33142
Phone: (305) 638-6771

The After School program provides quality instruction to students ages 5 to 16 after regular school hours. Students participate in a study period and two multi-disciplinary classes each day. The program schedule is concurrent with the Miami-Dade County Public School calendar.
Each session, typically 8-weeks long, culminates in a student showcase and exhibition. The After School Arts Program supports parents who desire to have their child in a safe-creative learning environment during the critical hours after school.
Through the After School Arts Academy, students discover and nurture their artistic talents, enhance their academic abilities, improve social skills, focus on their health and fitness and develop positive self-esteem.


Fit 2 Play Program (After School)

Transportation available from select schools to select Fit2Play® park sites for an additional charge. Qualifying families can receive financial aid, including full scholarships.

The afterschool programs listed below will be held through June 8, 2018, Monday – Friday, throughout the school year and school vacation breaks, from 2 – 6 p.m., at several Miami-Dade park locations. (See locations below, which are relevant to BCP families)

Price: $25- $35 per week. Qualifying families can receive financial aid.

Kids will enjoy fun, fully-supervised programming after school with activities focused on fitness, nutrition and wellness, and developing their appreciation of nature, science and the cultural arts.

Each day’s session begins with Sports, Play and Active Recreation for Kids (SPARK) activities and homework help during the school year.


West Little River Park
2326 NW 84 Street, Miami, FL 33147
Phone Number: (305) 694-5096

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park
6000 NW 32nd Court, Miami, FL
Phone Number: (305) 633-2044

Arcola Park
1680 NW 87th Street, Miami, FL 33147
Phone Number: (305) 835-7987


Belafonte Tacolcy Park
After School Program
6161 NW 9th Avenue Miami, FL 33127
Phone: (305) 751-1295

TACOLCY’s well-rounded out-of-school and summer enrichment programs service children ages 5-14.  Programs are held in the Betty Washington Enrichment Center on our park.  These programs include literacy, health and nutrition, physical fitness and youth empowerment activities.


Thomas Armour Youth Ballet, Inc.
Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex
3000 NW 199 Street
Miami Gardens, FL 33056

After-school program for children ages 5-11 with a strong emphasis on dance – ballet, jazz, hip-hop and folklore – which is used to help build a range of personal skills. Other activities promote fitness, literacy and social skills development; homework assistance is also provided.

Phone: (305) 667-5543
Monday – Friday 3:30 PM – 6:30 PM
(pick-up for 9 – 11 years old – 7:00 PM)
Mon-Thurs Academics and Dance; Fri – Enrichment and Dance


Guiding the Path to Success – After-School Program (2 Locations)

 Shalom Community Church – K-8 Students
900 NE 132nd St.
North Miami, FL 33161

Tabernacle of God in Christ – Elementary Students
9201 NW 8 Avenue
Miami, FL 33150

After-school program for children grades K-8, including children with learning, emotional/behavioral, developmental and moderate physical disabilities. Engaging and enriching activities include literacy enhancement, physical fitness, health and nutrition education, creative arts, character building, and parent-oriented activities.

Cost: $75 Registration Fee; $50 if more than 1 student
(305) 967-4962
Fax: (786) 391-2379
Monday – Friday until 6: 30 PM


The Children’s Village d.b.a. The Resource Room (3 locations)

The Resource Room
19715 NW 37 Avenue
Miami Gardens, FL 33056

The Resource Room Child Care and Learning Center
3050 NW 183rd Street
Miami Gardens, FL 33056

The Resource Room (Excelsia Academy)
3520 NW 191 Street
Miami Gardens, FL 33056

After-school program for children ages 5-15 residing in Miami Gardens, including those with disabilities. Activities offered include literacy and homework support, physical fitness, social skills development and nutrition education. Teen CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training and certification, which empowers adolescents to directly assist their community during a disaster or an emergency, is available to participants in grades 6-8.

Phone: (305) 967-4962
Fax: (786) 428-0229
Email :

Whiz Kidz After-School
Evangel Church International
590 NW 159th Street
Unincorp Miami-Dade, FL 33169

The Whiz Kidz After-School program serves children ages 5-15 (K-8) residing within Miami-Dade County. Program provides literacy enrichment, fitness activities, homework assistance, nutritious meals and arts education, with STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) programming and social skills interwoven throughout the entire program.

Cost: $85 per month; per child plus a one-time $95 registration and insurance fee – covers entire school year, Spring break (8:00 AM – 6:00 PM) and entire Summer break
Phone: (786) 388-3000


Teen Up-ward Bound, Inc.  
Sherbondy Village
215 Perviz Avenue
Opa-Locka, FL 33054

After-school program for K-8 students attending schools in Opa-Locka and/or surrounding communities. Participants take part in activities that promote and support their learning out of school, as well as develop their physical well-being and life skills. St. Thomas University volunteers assist with homework help and recreational activities.

Cost: $25 per week per child *Please note: Families that cannot meet the weekly financial commitment should contact the organization ASAP. There are strategies in place to help offset costs.
Phone: (305) 953-3397
Hours: Monday – Friday Latest pick-up time 7:00 PM 


New Jerusalem Community Development Corp.
All Things Are Possible (ATAP)
777 NW 85th Street
Unincorp Miami-Dade, FL 33150

After-school program for children K-6. Activities include science projects like rocket building, child-centric theater that encourages reading though action, and other activities that promote health and wellness through aerobic exercises and global dance. Youth are also introduced to making sound financial decisions through a create-a-city ongoing activity. Homework help is provided daily and a schedule is followed to ensure an effective program.

Cost: $20 Registration Fee and $20 per month 
Phone: (305) 693-8323
Fax: (305) 693-2430
Monday – Friday until 6: 00 PM