The idea behind Club K came out of a very full and very successful after school program located in a high quality NAEYC accredited child care center licensed for ages 6 weeks-12 years. That program was operated by the present owner and her partner from 2002- 2010. They took the concept of that program to the school campuses in 2006 and began offering day care services in the public schools to working families.
The name Club K is actually short for Kids Kastle on Campus, the campus referring to school campuses and the Kids Kastle referring to the child care center. Kids Kastle Learning Center was sold in May of 2010 to a national child care provider so the owners could focus on the school age program in the public schools. So, with the campus being the school campuses and the K being the kids, the school age program became CluK. Kids tell it all and she has found the information to be very useful for future program planning.