Union Day School is proud to offer multiple programs that support our curriculum and school community, and provide unique learning opportunities for our students.
Before and After School Care
Union Day School provides Before (BSC) and After (ASC) School Care for enrolled students. BSC and ASC are paid for in advance of the week the payments apply to. Registration must be completed prior to starting the before/aftercare program.
Before School Care 2022-2023 Information
Hours 7am - 7:30am
Rate TBA / week, per child
No rate reduction for additional children
After School Care 2022-2023 Information
Weekly After School Rate - TBA / week for first (or only) child and TBA discount per week per additional children
Late fees of $1 for every minute starting at 6:01pm
After School Enrichment Programs
UDS offers various after school enrichment programs to all students. Most enrichment programs run for 4-8 weeks and meet weekly on campus after school. Some enrichment programs are organized by grade level, with a K-2nd grade group, a 3-5th grade group, and a middle school group.
UDS enrichment programs offer athletic, academic, and creative options to choose from. Some examples of past enrichment programs include Chess Club, Kids Yoga, Tennis, Zumba, Basketball, Boys Let Me Run, Girls On the Run, Atomz Lab, and many more! For questions please contact
School in the Woods
The “School in the Woods” program at UDS is a unique opportunity for our students to take their sense of wonder into the wild and learn in nature. This program has been supported by a local Eagle Scout building an outdoor amphitheater on campus for UDS students.
Gryphon Ambassadors are UDS students who are committed to serving their school community by communicating the needs of the student body to the Head of School, as well as sharing Union Day’s history, culture, and traditions with students, alumni and friends through tours and programming.
In the 2018-19 year, UDS unveiled its House System. The house system organizes students from across all grade levels into one of five houses. The houses meet once a month to work on activities and participate in house events. The house system gives students a chance to form friendships across grade levels, participate in community activities, and compete in athletic and academic contests between houses. Each house name celebrates a different, unique culture from around the world.