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After School Program

At Aki Kurose Middle School, we feel that participation in student-oriented activities is a vital part of a student’s education.

Seattle Parks Department After School Program

Aki’s programs are offered free to all students of Aki Kurose Middle School. The school staff, Seattle Parks & Recreation Department and various community-based organizations provide these activities. 

After School Programs general information:

  • Programs run Monday through Thursday
  • Transportation is available via yellow school buses
  • Light snacks served daily
  • Programs are completely FREE

Semester 1:  October 21, 2021 – January 21, 2022
Semester 2:  March 7th to May 12th | See class descriptions and register

Due to the bell times for the 2021-22 school year, after school program schedules will run as follows:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 3:50-5:00 (bus will depart at approximately 5:10)
Wednesday: 2:35-4:00 (bus will depart at approximately 4:10)


Please note the various definitions below of our programming structure:

OST:  Out of School Time, includes all of our after school enrichment and recreational programs

My Brother’s/Sister’s Keeper :  These are our 2 mentoring programs specifically designed for our black male and female students.  The program meets 2 times a week (Mondays and Thursdays) , for various mentor led workshops and discussions, as well as special guest speakers.  Participants are eligible to earn stipends per semester and must also attend Ex Day classes after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Hermanas/Hermanos Unidos:   These are our 2 mentoring programs specifically designed for our Hispanic/Latino male and female students.  This program meets 2 times a week (Mondays and Thursdays), for various mentor led workshops and discussions, as well as special guest speakers.

Polynesian Club: This is our mentoring program for our Polynesian students.  The program meets 2 days a week, Mondays and Thursdays, for various mentor led workshops and discussions, as well as guest speakers.

All students staying for after school programs must report to their program location on time. Students are expected to arrive on time & stay in the activity area for the duration of that program. Students are not permitted to wander the halls. 


For additional information about programs or registration instructions, please contact the CLC Coordinator: Mr. Mike Browne,
206-252-7711-office,
206-348-3461-cell, or
mlbrowne@seattleschools.org