AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES&
Clubs Held at Charlestown Elementary
Other Community Offerings
GREAT VALLEY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
The Great Valley Community Organization helps build a strong, vibrant and connected community by providing facilities, activities and programs enriching the lives of all local residents. GVCO runs primarily out of a leased facility located in Malvern, Pa. and also utilizes practice facilities off-site. GVCO continues to grow and serves 1,200 children and adults offering programs in basketball, football, sideline cheer, volleyball, crew and competitive cheer annually.
GVLL has divisions for boys and girls from Tee-ball (5 years old) through Senior baseball (16 year olds). No experience necessary!
They also offer Baseball Divisions and Softball Divisions.
The Great Valley Youth Wrestling Association is an all-volunteer, non-profit youth wrestling organization dedicated to introducing local Kindergarten through 8th Grade students to the sport of wrestling. The focus of our program is to build self-discipline, sportsmanship, self-confidence, compassion and physical fitness while providing a safe and fun environment. We are a part of the Inter-County Wrestling League (known as the ICWL).
The Great Valley Basketball League is a youth basketball program designed for children within the Great Valley School District and surrounding communities in grades PreK-12th. Our programs are built around learning, fun and community.
This program is available for youth girls in grades 1st through 8th grade who reside within the Great Valley School District. Great Valley Youth Lacrosse will participate in the Philadelphia Area Girls Lacrosse Association League which runs from mid March to early June.
The Spring season runs from late March until early June
No experience is necessary
Equipment required: stick, mouth guard, goggles and cleats
Practices will be held at Great Valley Middle School
The Great Valley Badminton Program is designed to allow kids who live in the Great Valley School district, the opportunity to experience and develop their own abilities in badminton. Widely considered a niche sport, we understand that finding places to play badminton can be tough, so we hope this program can give kids the ability to play within a close proximity of where they live.
The Phoenixville Area Soccer Club, with home fields located in Charlestown Park, is a community soccer club with a mission to provide a safe, healthy, educational and competitive environment for recreation and travel level youth soccer players (boys and girls). PASC provides recreational and travel level soccer opportunities for youth ages 3 through 18 with programs designed to meet US Youth Soccer recommendations. PASC’s professional coaching staff provides opportunities for additional training through a series of clinics, Summer Camps, indoor winter programs, and specialized training sessions.
The GCVSA is a community-based soccer program serving the Greater Chester Valley in Pennsylvania focused on the enjoyment of the game. They are committed to the development of soccer and multi-sport players both on and off the field.
Girls Take Charge is a hands on leadership and empowerment program to help girls to become stronger self-advocates and values based team leaders. In the past 11 years this award winning program has inspired and educated over 6,000 girls.
New for 2019, GTC will be at multiple locations including Penn State Great Valley and Villanova University! Girls Take Charge is open to girls who are current 4th – 8th graders.
More information can be found at https://www.girlstakecharge.org/
We’re 2.8 million strong—2.8 million girls and adults who believe every girl can change the world. Today, we build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place, by helping them discover their inner strength, passions, and talents.
Now is the time to join the fun and excitement of America's foremost youth program for boys-Cub Scouting! Designed for boys in grades 1 through 5, Cub Scouting combines outdoor activities, sports, academics, and more in a fun and exciting program that helps families teach ideals such as honesty, good citizenship, and respect.
Here is an example of some of our planned activities for the coming year:
moonlight hayride and corn maze
overnight campout at the Franklin institute
attending a Flyers game
Please contact Pack76@cccbsa.org for more information.
Are you looking for an after-school solution where your children will do more than simply wait around? Then, look no further than the Makoto After-School Martial Arts Program. At Makoto we use martial arts, strength training, meditation, and success discussions to teach your children to be: (1) strong like the mountain... (2) fierce like fire... (3) swift like the wind... (4) and still like the forest. Transportation to a Makoto campus is included. Spacing in the program is limited. For more information on the Makoto After-School Martial Arts program, please visit our Web site at... www.makotoway.com.