Address: City Hall, 400 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL
Tyler Chandler, Executive Director
Raymond Crump, Program Coordinator
Greg Hawn, Program Coordinator
Guillermo Escobar, Recreation Program Coordinator
Beth Pittenger, Program Development
Amalia Herrera, Assistant
- Carver Middle School, 4500 West Columbia Street
- Central Florida Leadership Academy, 427 North Primrose Drive
- Howard Middle School, 800 East Robinson Street
- Jackson Middle School, 6000 Stonewall Jackson Road
- Lake Nona Middle School, 13700 Narcoossee Road
- Lee Middle School, 1201 Maury Road
- Memorial Middle School,2220 West 29th Street
- Odyssey Middle School, 9290 Lee Vista Boulevard
- 36-week before and after school programs
- Located at eight middle school sites
- Runs daily from 7:30-9:30 a.m. and from 4-6 p.m.
- Eight week summer program
- Located at seven middle school sites
- Runs daily from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Every day, program sites provide academic tutoring and educational lessons that focus on the core areas of reading, math and science.
Educational Enrichment Clubs
After-School All-Stars utilizes a variety of clubs to enhance experiential education and the overall enjoyment of learning for youth. The majority of the educational clubs focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) or performing arts. In addition, program sites provide a variety of club based activities to allow student to explore personal interests.
Arts & Crafts
Youth Leadership Councils
After-School All-Stars offers free, year round athletic leagues to all participants. The leagues seek to use sports as a hook to advance the athletic, educational and social welfare of the child and community. ASAS offers leagues, for both girls and boys, in the following sports:
Baseball Flag Football Tennis
Basketball Volleyball Golf
After-School All-Stars was a Los Angeles-based initiative founded in 1993 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to positively influence at-risk youth. Today, After-School All-Stars serves over 90,000 kids in 13 regions across the country: Atlanta, Chicago, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, North Texas, Ohio, Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco Bay Area and South Florida.
In 1995, Mayor Glenda E. Hood brought together local businesses and committed community leaders to bring the program to Orlando. Mayor Hood appointed the late Commissioner Betty T. Wyman as chairperson and she was re-appointed by current Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. Commissioner Wyman worked tirelessly to expand the program and after her retirement from City Council, she served as Executive Director until her passing in the summer of 2011.
Orlando ASAS serves over 2,000 kids annually at eight middle school program sites within the City of Orlando. We utilize an innovative and diversified curriculum designed to impact academic achievement, promote healthy living and foster civic leadership. As a non-profit organization, Orlando ASAS works in partnership with the City of Orlando, Orange County Public Schools and a variety of community businesses, state agencies and civic organizations.