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

Looking for after-school and summer programs for your child? MOST (Madison-area Out-of-School Time) is making that easier with their “one-stop-shop” online program finder. 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.

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 where you live or the type of program you’re looking for, as well as about ten other searchable criteria. Start your search at and let your child dream, explore and discover their passions.

Out of School Time Providers participating in the MOST Information System are:

  • Bayview Foundation
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Boys and Girls Club of Dane County
  • Bridge Lake Point Waunona Neighborhood Center
  • Centro Hispano
  • CEOs of Tomorrow
  • East Madison Community Center
  • Elementary Schools of Hope
  • Girl Scouts of WI
  • Goodman Community Center
  • Kennedy Heights Community Center
  • Lussier Community Education Center
  • Madison School & Community Recreation
  • Madison Starlings
  • Madison Youth Choir
  • Middleton Youth Center
  • Oregon Youth Center
  • Red Caboose Child Care Center (school based sites)
  • The First Tee
  • Urban League of Greater Madison
  • Vera Court Neighborhood Center
  • Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center
  • Wisconsin Youth Company

MOST is a citywide collaboration between the Madison Metropolitan School District, the City of Madison, Dane County and 40 different youth serving organizations to help close Madison’s opportunity gap by ensuring that all Madison’s children have access to comprehensive, high-quality out-of-school time programs that will support positive youth development, educational achievement, and/or career, college, and community readiness.

Learn more about the history of the program