young oaks latchkey program



20-21 Young Oaks Lottery Information:

If you are interested in Young Oaks Latchkey please complete the lottery form (located below by school) and you will be notified if we can enroll you or add you to a waitlist. If you are currently enrolled we will send you a separate communication (you do not need to fill the form out again) If you are currently on the waitlist and you will be entered into the lottery (you do not need to fill out the form again).

Please click on your building-specific link below to enter the Young Oaks Lottery (THIS IS FOR THE 20-21 school year only). You will be notified if you are on a waitlist or if we are able to enroll you. 

Addams Young Oaks
Keller Young Oaks
Northwood Young Oaks
Oakland Young Oaks
Oak Ridge Young Oaks
Upton Young Oaks

Current families enrolled in our Young Oaks Program, please see this important information regarding our return. You will find notes and maps for drop off. 

Young Oaks Return Information

Young Oaks Return Information Reminder


2021-2022 School Year Information:

Registration for the 21-22 school year is tentatively scheduled for May 10, 2021. Registration will be a lottery-based system this year. Details will be posted by the first week of May 2021. Thank you for your interest in our program.

Before and After School Child Care

The Young Oaks Latchkey Program offers comfortable, supervised before and after school care that includes activities that enhance the child's physical, social, and academic growth. The Young Oaks Program works with the State Licensing Division and must meet the requirements set forth by the State of Michigan. The Young Oaks Program is not to be considered an ‘academic’ program.

Currently, sites are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:20 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, on regularly scheduled school days. Currently, the Young Oaks sites include: Addams, Keller, Northwood, Oakland, Oak Ridge, and Upton Elementary Schools.

The Young Oaks program has a site supervisor and fully trained staff at each elementary school site along with an 18:1 student-to-staff ratio. The program meets the State of Michigan Licensing Guidelines.