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After-School & Summer Camps

NEWS: Summer Camp registration will open for Burke's students on April 1 at 8 p.m. We're excited to share new and returning offerings for all grade levels.

Siblings and non-Burke's students in the larger community can register beginning May 1.

Tree House offers supervised play and projects for the Lower School and Study Tree is available for the Upper School. Both programs offer students a safe, creative, and enriching atmosphere from dismissal time until 6 p.m. 

In addition, an After School Enrichment Program (ASEP) provides a variety of enrichment classes on a trimester basis.

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  • Summer Camps & Seedlings

    Burke’s offers a variety of summer camps in June and August. They include our popular Tree House camps, Seedlings (for incoming Burke’s kindergarten students), and specialty camps in coding, cooking, writing, and more.

    We also offer our popular August Sports Clinics for basketball and volleyball for Burke’s students to try out a new sport and/or prepare for the fall season!

    Summer Camp registration will open for Burke's students on April 1 at 8 p.m.

    Students in the larger community can register beginning May 1.

    Click here to view the full Summer Camps 2024 catalog.
  • Lower School: Tree House

    The Tree House strives to create a safe and fun after-school environment for all Lower School students provides enriching activity options for our K-4 students and maximum flexibility to accommodate our parents’ schedules.
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  • Upper School: Study Tree

    Study Tree is Burke’s Upper School after-school drop-in program. Located outdoors under the beautiful Monterey Cypress Tree in the Upper School Courtyard, the school provides supervised care from 3:30 p.m. until 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, allowing for the completion of homework, outdoor play, and optional activities. 
  • After School Enrichment Program (ASEP)

    Burke's offers classes in three sessions (Fall, Winter, and Spring) through our After School Enrichment Program (ASEP). ASEP requires separate enrollment and fees. 

    Spring ASEP classes will begin the week of March 18, 2024.

    Registration will open Monday, February 26 at 8 p.m. and close on Sunday, March 10.

    Detailed program information can be found in the MyBurke's Resources: Burke's Enrichment and is published in Tuesday Notes each season.  
  • Music Lessons

    Burke's is proud of its talented and dedicated after-school music instructors! Lessons are open for piano, drums, guitar, bass guitar, violin, and ukelele to new students by application and when there is availability.
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Billing Info

Burke's bills for ASEP classes and Tree House through the TADS system currently used for tuition payments. Parents will not be required to pay for these programs via check or credit card. All financial assistance will be automatically applied in the billing. Please contact Cyndera Quackenbush for further information.

After School Faculty

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  • Photo of Cyndera Quackenbush

    Cyndera Quackenbush 

    Director of After School & Summer Programs
    415.751.0187, ext. 371
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    Jewel Devora 

    Associate Director of After-School Programs & Communications Assistant
    415.751.0187, ext. 303
  • Photo of Sierra Prior

    Sierra Prior 

    Study Tree Supervisor
    415.751.0187, ext. 303
  • Photo of Marnie Schneider

    Marnie Schneider 

    After School Teacher
    415-751-0187, ext. 303
  • Photo of Amanda Deda

    Amanda Deda 

    Tree House Lead Teacher
    415.751.0187, ext. 303
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