KASEP


Spring 2017 online KASEP registration starts Tuesday, March 7 at 7:30 PM.

Classes start Tuesday, March 20 and end Friday, May 26.  KASEP Spring Brochures go home in students’ backpacks March 2.  Extra copies are available in the Kensington Library and the KCC office.

Download the KASEP Beginner’s Basics

Download the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Download the 2017 Spring KASEP Schedule (Grades 1 – 6)

Download the 2017 Spring KASEP Brochure

Download the 2017 Spring KASEP Kindergarten Schedule and Classes

Download the 2017 Spring KASEP All Day Kindergarten Routines

Download the KASEP and KCC Teacher Introductions

It has been a long time coming and KCC has worked hard to make on-line registration and payment with credit card available to families registering for KASEP and KCC afterschool classes. Enroll in the comfort of your home, sipping your coffee, and pay with credit card.

Kensington After School Enrichment Program
59 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707
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KCC’s Online Registration has been extremely popular! But you do have to have fast fingers and be ready right at 7:30pm because in less than 20 minutes, many of our classes are full. If you do not have access to the Internet, please plan to come to the office at 7:30pm, or try calling us at 510-525-0292.

The Kensington After School Enrichment Program (KASEP) offers over 60 after school enrichment classes to students in kindergarten through sixth grade. There are three sessions each year: Fall, Winter, and Spring. Registration for KASEP is now ONLINE. Payment can be made with credit card. If you want to pay with check or cash, you will need to come into the KCC Office to register and pay.

Kindergarten parents do not need to escort their children to KASEP classes. KASEP teachers walk the kindergarten students from school to KASEP. Parents or caregivers pick up kindergarten students at the end of their classes at KASEP/KCC classrooms.  Students enrolled in Neighborhood School will be walked up to NS at the end of their kinder KASEP class by KCC/KASEP staff.

Students in Grades 1-6 walk down on their own after school to their KASEP classes; students walk independently down by themselves.

What types of classes are offered?

KASEP and KCC offer athletic and movement oriented classes (tennis, sports and games, karate, dance, and gymnastics), art and craft classes (sewing, pottery, carpentry, zoo art and mixed media), music classes (keyboards and recorder), and other enrichment classes to include cooking, Spanish, drama, science and inventions.

Where are classes held?

KASEP classes are held in the Kensington Recreation Building, Community Center, tennis courts, and the large grassy playing field area, all just west and downhill from Kensington Hilltop School.

How do I find out more?

Please call the Kensington Community Council office at (510) 525-0292.