Registration Fee: $10 per program
Virtual School Program: 7:00 am-2:30 pm; Price: $50 per week
Afterschool Program: 3:00 pm-6:30 pm; Price: $45 per week
Student ages: K-8th grade
Our afterschool programs are a great service for parents of boys & girls student ages K-8th. Parents can be assured that their children are in a safe and fun environment where every child is a star! Our programs will strive to assist participants and families with acquiring the tools essential to be healthy, thoughtful, and successful members of the community. Students will be monitored and supervised to complete their e-learning during the Virtual School program. Students will participate in recreational games and activities, character development.
Online payments will only be accepted after initial registration and session payment is completed. All paperwork and verification must be completed as a part of the initial registration. The All-Stars Virtual and Afterschool program participants and parents are responsible for adhering to the contents of the 2020-2021 All-Stars Virtual and Afterschool Program Handbook.
For more information or to register, call the Administrative Office at (803) 741-7272 or register online at www.richlandrec.com.
Richland County Recreation Commission All-Stars Virtual & Afterschool Program Sites are listed below:
|Blythewood Park||126 Boney Road, Blythewood||Phone: (803) 691-9786|
|Caughman Road Park||2733 Trotter Road, Hopkins||Phone: (803) 783-0400|
|Eastover Park||1031 Main Street, Eastover||Phone: (803) 353-7137|
|Friarsgate Park||1712 Chadford Road, Irmo||Phone: (803) 732-3220|
|Hopkins Park||150 Hopkins Park Road, Hopkins||Phone: (803) 783-9374|
|Meadowlake Park||600 Beckman Road , Columbia||Phone: (803) 754-4463|
|North Springs Park||1320 Clemson Road, Columbia||Phone: (803) 736-6070|
|Polo Road Park||800 Polo Road, Columbia||Phone: (803) 736-1657|
|St. Andrews Park||920 Beatty Road, Columbia||Phone: (803) 772-6598|
|Trenholm Park||3900 Covenant Road, Columbia||Phone: (803) 787-0216|
Mission Statement: The Richland County Recreation Commission’s Programming Department is committed to enriching the lives of families in Richland County, by providing healthy recreational opportunities, nutritional education, character development and student academic support.
Core Values: C.A.R.E. (Community Accountability Recreation Education)
Core Program Components: Health and Wellness, Academic Support, Character Development and Holistic Enrichment Activities
Vision Statement: Building leaders today… for tomorrow