Madison-area Out-of-School Time (MOST) Initiative


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With just a few clicks, the program finder can help you make the most of your child's or teen's time out-of-school. You'll be able to search for programs by grade, distance from your house or the type of program you're looking for, as well as about ten other searchable criteria. No matter what your budget is or where you live in the Madison area, you can find just the right program for your child, from kindergarten through high school, from homework help to karate or art classes.

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If your organization provides out-of-school programs, check-out the "For Organizations" section to find information on how to register your organization, eligibility requirements, and how to upload your program details for free. 



Upload of ImageThe purpose of the Madison-area Out-of-School Time (MOST) Initiative is to ensure all of Madison's children and youth have access to the kinds of comprehensive, high quality, out-of-school time (OST) programs that support positive youth development, educational achievement, and/or career and community readiness.

In order to accomplish this, the MOST initiative will engage parents and youth, OST program providers, the City of Madison (City), the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD), Dane County (County), and community stakeholders to develop a city-wide system that supports collaboration and coordination across OST programs for children and youth.

MOST is a partnership amongst community stakeholders, Madison Metropolitan School District and the City of Madison.


For Further information, please contact:

Jennifer Lord, Madison Out-of-School Time Coordinator, PH: 608-261-9282