Figuring out the right rhythm for your family regarding extracurricular activities takes some time and tweaking.
A premier child care and household staffing agency serving the Capital District.
Call (518) 348-0400 or visit
Dance classes for beginner through professional.
25 Monroe St., Albany, NY
Call (518) 426-0660 or visit
Progressive education for the whole child emphasizing nature, wisdom and wellness.
12 Fisher Blvd., Slingerlands
Call (518) 478-0224 or visit
Free service for finding the best quality daycare and before and/or afterschool programs.
Call (800) 521-KIDS (5437)
or visit www.CDCCCC.org
From child care to after school activities and programs in 50 locations – there is something for everyone.
Call (518) 869-3500 or visit
Dance classes for ages 2½ to adult, from beginner to competitive.
158 Railroad Ave., Albany
Call (518) 446-1131 or visit
The region’s only interfaith college preparatory school and coeducational nursery through grade 12 private school.
199 Washington Ave., Rensselaer
Call (518) 465-5222 or visit
Weekly classes for kids ages 4-18 throughout the Capital Region.
Call (518) 458-1313 or visit
Recreation and competitive dance for preschool through advanced levels.
1360 Albany Street, Schenectady
Call (518) 372-5282 or visit
Early childhood music for little singers and dancers – ages 3 to adult.
Call (518) 458-2927 or visit
Offering a variety of dance styles designed to meet the student’s competency level.
1765 State St., Schenectady
Call (518) 393-7827 or visit
Fall programs with Multi Sport Classes for kids of all ages.
2699 Curry Road, Schenectady
Call (518) 356-0100 or visit
Classes for children ages 18 months to 5 years. Full or part-time availability.
600 New Scotland Ave., Albany
Call Amie at (518) 438-7858, ext.120 or visit
A Capital Region institution, providing comprehensive, piano-based music education in fun and challenging group classes for children ages 2 and up.
Call (518) 459-7799 or visit
A nurturing and inclusive education for deaf and hard-of-hearing students at no cost to families. Learning programs cater to infants, early childhood, K-12, and up to age 21.