After-School Program at MUSE

The benefits of a high-quality after-school program are enormous, having been shown to boost children’s engagement in learning and promote physical health, while providing a safe and nurturing environment for children of working parents.

MUSE’s After-School Program offers children a rich and diverse week of after-school enrichment activities filled with art, dance, science discovery, dramatic play, yoga, Spanish, music, group games, and outdoor play. Conveniently located in heart of Brooklyn with easy subway access. The programming will build on material learned during the school day, while providing opportunities for active time, creativity, and fun!

The focus is on learning, discovery, and building social skills and confidence through group projects and activities so as to reinforce culture of collaboration and citizenship. Short field trips to local parks, gardens, and cultural venues add to a rich mix of activities throughout the year.

When: Monday through Friday

Time: 3:30pm-5:30pm

Ages: 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s

Cost: $5400 per year for 5-days a week, or $1200 per year for one day a week     

Who: This program is open to everyone. You do not have to be a MUSE student to attend.

Students can enroll for all or part of this program on a daily or full week basis.

Classes will begin in September 2018

Sign up below for 1-5 days per week!

After School Dance & Movement

Let's MOVE! - mondays

The class is based on the use of props and imagination to encourage young children to learn music and dance concepts. The class includes basic ballet and modern fundamentals with body conditioning, games, improvisation and rhythmic exercises. Children learn better when they are having fun! Creative movement helps children discover the possibility of human bodies through different ways of moving. Students learn discipline and social skills in a positive and safe environment. It inspires their creativity and helps build the self-esteem and confidence.

After School Engineering


These days, everyone is talking tech- from smart watches to smart robots to VR. But did you know that your child’s shoes, their crayons, even their baby diapers are technology too? Engineers are always inventing new technology- tools designed to make life easier. In IMAGINEER THAT, your child will learn the ropes of the engineering design loop, identifying problems, imagining solutions, and creating tools that change challenges (even the pint-sized ones) into possibilities.

After School Art Program Brooklyn

Rainbow day - Wednesdays

Little artists will create their own portfolios as they master different artistic techniques inspired by master artists and explore styles throughout art history in paint, pencil, pastel, water color and printmaking. Encouraging storytelling and visual thinking strategy, self-expression will be central to creating every artwork! When weather permits drawing and paintings will be made on local field trips outdoors.

After School Science Program Brooklyn

Little scientist- Thursdays

Have you ever watched a baby drop a spoon, hand it back to them, and then watch as they drop it the exact same way again? That clever little scientist just did an experiment to make a discovery about gravity! Every child is a natural-born scientist, carefully watching and wondering about the world. Where do shadows go at night? What makes something alive? In Little Scientist, your child’s natural gift is carefully sculpted through guided experimentation covering topics across biology, physics, and even chemistry. There’s a big world out there to explore!

After School Sculpture Program Brooklyn

Super sculptures -Fridays

Creativity and problem solving at its best! In super sculpture day we will explore the concept of creative possibilities, encouraging problem solving and invention! Using puppetry, hands on sculpture projects; using mixed media constructions, recycled materials, clay, wax, felt and plaster to name but a few, little artists will experience a multitude of traditional and non-traditional artistic media. Weather permitting, outdoors and nature will become a subject and material for nature art.