St. George School Programs

After School Programs, grades PreK – 5

Click here to register! If your student has attended another Tanglewood or Blueberry Cove program recently, you will use the same sign-in for this, otherwise, you may need to create an account. Please contact the office at 207-789-5868 or if you need assistance accessing the registration system.


The After School Program follows the St. George School Calendar. If the St. George School is closed for any reason (teacher workshop, snow day, etc.), there will not be an After School Program that day. There will not be an After School program if students are released early due to inclement weather (snow days). If the school cancels its after-school activities, these after-school programs will also be canceled.

The After School Program will happen at Blueberry Cove from:

  • End of school to 5:30 p.mMonday – Thursday on regular full school days. On scheduled early release days programs run from 12:00 – 3:30 p.m. There will not be any extended aftercare. Please let us know in advance if you plan to pick up your student before 4:30 p.m. There is no After School Program on Fridays.

If you have any questions about the After School Program or need to notify us of other changes to your student’s schedule, please call 207-491-6537 or the main office at 207-789-5868.

Additional Program Policies

Program Description

At Blueberry Cove it is our goal to offer youth outdoor experiences that lead to a lifelong love of the outdoors. We believe all children should experience the joys and wonder of nature.

Our after school programs will help develop a connection to the outdoors, create new friendships and build new skills that last a lifetime! Each day there will be plenty of time to simply play, explore and discover the wonders of nature!

Activities will vary and may include playing large inclusive group games, building shelters, creative arts, STEM lessons, making ice cream and building fairy houses. We may also visit Blueberry Cove’s animals and harvest fruits and vegetables from the garden or spend the afternoon at the beach searching for treasures, crabbing, and lots more!

Typical Afternoon

2:45 pm – Arrive at Blueberry Cove

2:45-3:15 pm – Recess/Free play

3:15-3:30 pm – Snack

3:30-4:30 pm – Activity / Enrichment (including off-site field trips)

4:30-5:30 pm – Pickup Window and wind down time until student is picked up (board games, reading, drawing, homework)

Fees 2024 – 2025

Annual tuition can be paid in full at enrollment or in 9 monthly installments. The first installment is due at registration. 

  • 4-Day option: Monday-Thursday | $4,050/school year ($450/month)
  • 2-Day option: Any two days in the week | $2,250/school year ($250/month)
    • Please let us know when your child will be attending at least 2 days in advance.

Fees 2023 – 2024

Full-sessions – pricing varies due to length of session, based on a rate of $20/day. $50 due at registration, the balance can be paid in installments.

Drop-Ins – $25 per visit – you must purchase 10 visits ($250) – you can choose days as needed throughout the year. $50 due at registration, the balance can be paid in installments.

** If you chose the 10-day option, please contact us at least one week in advance of the day you would like your student to attend to reserve your space. **

Late Fees

Late pick-up fee – $5 per family per 5-minute interval after 5:30.

Late payment fee – if no payment has been made for two weeks, a $10 late fee per week will be applied and services may be withheld until the account is paid in full or satisfactory arrangements have been made.

Financial Assistance

We understand that the cost of quality programming can be a financial burden and want our programs to be accessible to all families.

We have two ways to help lessen the financial burden:

  1. Flexible payment plans. Automatic payments can be set up in the registration system or you can manually make or send payments on a schedule that fits your budget.
  2. Apply for financial assistance during the registration process. We will help as many participants as we can on a first-come, first-serve basis taking into consideration family needs and available funds. Priority will be given to families with Adjusted Gross Income less than $60,000 but all applications and circumstances will be considered.

St. George Middle School Programs

In 2023, the Junior Maine Guide program entered its 3rd year and continues to train middle school students in the hard and soft skills necessary to become a certified Junior Maine Guide. Topics of study include outdoor cooking, plant identification, camping skills, first aid, and navigation. Students build resilience, resourcefulness, and most importantly, get outside and have fun!