ACES Registration 2023-2024
The Guilford County Schools After-School Care Enrichment Services Program (ACES) is offered at the 29 sites listed below.
Parents and caregivers can register, manage their account, and make online payments using this link:
Space in the ACES program is subject to availability. Once registration is submitted online, parents will be contacted by the ACES Site Coordinator to confirm enrollment.
ACES does not operate when school is closed (inclement weather, winter break, spring break and teacher workdays). ACES will not operate on Teacher Workdays.
Tuition Information for the 2023-2024 school year:
Annual Enrollment Fee: $15 per child
Weekly Tuition: $75 per child
DSS vouchers are accepted.
Welcome to ACES!
ACES . . . helping children develop curiosity, creativity and character
Guilford County Schools invites parents to choose the district’s After-School Care Enrichment Services (ACES) program for quality, affordable and convenient after-school care. Students in kindergarten through fifth grade can enroll in ACES at any time during the school year. ACES provides a balance of academic, enrichment and recreational after-school activities. The program expands children’s experiences, extends their learning and provides warm and caring support. In ACES, students pursue academic excellence as they work on homework, engage in literacy-rich activities, review and practice math concepts, and take part in activities that support their success in school and in life. The ACES program addresses the needs of the whole child, helps develop well-rounded students, increases character-development opportunities for students, and focuses on the social and emotional well-being of children. Involvement in ACES helps build positive school-family relationships and strengthens our schools’ educational partnership with parents and students.
ACES is offered every day that school is in session for students. The program begins when school ends and operates until 6 p.m.
The enrollment fee is waived for students who have a child care voucher from DSS or another agency. ACES programs are licensed by the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education (NC-DCDEE) and can accept subsidy payments from agencies such as the Department of Social Services (DSS) and adoption services.