Envision Children’s Academic Summer Enrichment Program (ASEP) is an intensive, eight-week academic engagement program for students Pre-K through 4th Grade. Programs are based on themes: “Passport to Adventure”, “Great Inventions Great Discoveries I & II”, “Up, Up, and Away”, “Sports and Academics”, and “Rainbow of Culture”.   The ASEP is part of our "Catch Every Child" initiative which is a partnership with the Winton Woods School District.

Each week, students improve reading and math skills, participate in interactive science and art projects, and take a fun, educational field trip that all corresponds to the study subject of the week. Weekly family learning packets are sent home and an end-of-summer program celebration help students demonstrate what they’ve learned.

The ASEP runs Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.  A Pre-Care and Post-Care program is available for parents who need to drop their children off before work and pick them up after work.  All children attending the program will be provided a breakfast and lunch.  

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ASEP is Accredited by the American Camping Association &

Ohio Department of Education as an Educational Day Camp.


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2020 Academic Summer Enrichment Program

June  1- July 24, 2020

Next year's ASEP will run from June 1 - July 24, 2020.  All classes will take place the Winton Woods Intermediate School.  Classes will be offered to students entering Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, Third Grade and Fourth Grade in the Fall 2020.

If you are interested in registering your child to attend the 2020 ASEP, a link to an enrollment form is listed below.  Please download a copy of it, fill it out and return it to the Envision Children Office at 8 Enfield Street, Cincinnati, OH 45218 by May 22, 2020.  A $65 non-refundable deposit is required with each application. Note: One ASEP Student T-Shirt is included with each registration.

The cost to attend the ASEP is $75 per week, per child.  There are scholarships available  from our Lighting the Way event, the African American Families For Educational Excellence program and from the McClung McConney Endowed Scholarship named after our founder. A scholarship application is available below if you are interested in applying for one of the grants. Residents of Forest Park may also qualify for a grant through the Parks and Recreation Department.

Ohio Child Care Vouchers are now accepted for payment of the ASEP.  If you qualify for vouchers, you must select Envision Children and the ASEP as a vendor eligible on your child care profile in order for Envision Children to receive funds for your child.  If you have questions about vouchers please call Carmen Stone at 513-772-5437. Ext 4.

2020 Academic Summer Enrichment Program Registration Form