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Afterschool Programs

WISH offers many opportunities for student learning and engagement after school.  We partner with several experienced organizations to ensure that our young people have a wide range of developmentally interesting and appropriate activities after school.  

West LA Extended Day

Serving grades TK-5

Administrator-Jolene Doucette

West LA is the morning and aftercare program housed on the WISH elementary school campus.This fantastic program is filled with nutritious snacks, fun crafts, caring adults, an opportunity to complete homework, and facilitated games.

5 Star Enrichment
Serving grades TK-5
Founder and President- Stuart Bramer5 Star teaches over 40 different types of Enrichment Classes that include: Acting/Improv, Art, Ceramics, Cheerleading, Creative Movement/Skill Development, Dance (including Ballet, Hip Hop, Jazz, Modern, Tap, Dances Around the World: A Multicultural Experience), Fitness (Stretch-n-Grow Fitness Fun with Health Education, Yoga), Martial Arts, Music (General Music, Guitar, Piano, Singing, Strings), Physical Education, Spanish, STEM (including Fun with Math, Lego Engineering, Science Fun), Sports (including Baseball/T-Ball, Basketball, Flag Football, Gymnastics, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Dynamic Sports, Sports Mania), Theater and more. Please view our Class Descriptions by clicking on the following link: 5 Star also offers Camps (5 Star Dance Camps, 5 Star Enrichment Camps, 5 Star Sports Camps, and 5 Star Sports Mini-Camps. Many of the programs help to fight childhood obesity with FUN. Visit us Online at

Evolution Sports

Serving grades 3-12

Administrator: Casey Wilson

Evolution sports runs all of the competitive teams at the WISH schools. In grades 3-8, students compete with local private and charter schools on a myriad of teams including volleyball, soccer, track, robotics, dance, theatre, basketball, and more. Students at WISH Academy participate in the CIF league on a variety of teams. Multiple teams are created if there is a need for the same sport, so many students of varying athletic skills levels can participate and play on a competitive school team.