Student Enrichment Program
The Student Enrichment Program, or SEP, supervises and administers before and after school programs for the CSA District. Family use of any SEP program requires an annual registration fee.
The Student Connection / Teen Scene:
Before and After School Care for students enrolled at CSA / CSPA. Licensed by the State of Michigan. Located at the CSA Campus in the Explorer Building. Parents must enroll, schedule and pay for care prior to attendance.
Functions as an extension of carpool at CSA allowing families an option of arriving prior to regular carpool in the morning or after regular carpool in the afternoon. Families must enroll in Short Watch prior to attendance. Short Watch is a free program, requires a commitment five days per week, either mornings or afternoon or both. Short Watch is located at the CSA Campus in the gymnasium.
Various activities, classes, intramurals and camps are scheduled throughout the school year. Fees apply. Examples include: Lego League, Chess Club, Tutoring, Intramural Sports, Sports Camps, Robotics and Math Pentathlon.
The CSA District athletics currently include MS & HS soccer, MS & HS cross country, MS & HS volleyball, MS & HS basketball, MS & HS cheer, parent-led MS & HS golf. The CSA District is a member of the MMIAA League at the Explorer/MS level. CSPA High School competes with several area charter, public and private schools. Athletics are pay to participate.
Secondary Campus Shuttle:
Bus Shuttle option for secondary students and their siblings providing morning and afternoon shuttle service between CSA & CSPA. Secondary students can attend AM Study Session at either campus depending on Shuttle use.
Director: Betsy Krupanksy (810) 632-4778 ex. 148
Athletic Director: Laurie DeLorenzo (810) 225-9940 ex. 404
The Student Enrichment Office direct telephone number is: (810) 632-4778