Power School

Quality after school and summer programs operated by Gilroy Unified School District in partnership with Cal-SOAP, YMCA, Youth Alliance, and with funding provided by ASES and 21st CCLC Grants. 

Students in grades 2-8 are recruited to participate in Power School based on academic need. Kinder and 1st grade students may be enrolled as space becomes available. 


  • Homework Support
  • Academic Skills - STEM (Science, technology, engineering and math)
  • Collaboration & Communication Skills
  • Healthy Snacks & Meals
  • Health & Nutrition Education
  • Physical Recreation
  • Visual & Performing Arts
  • Youth Development
  • Character Education
  • Community Connection


Power School and Super Power Summer Camp support students through expanded learning opportunities that build confidence, self-suficiency, academic success and social responsibility. 


After school until 6 pm, Mondays - Fridays


This program is actively supported by community, school, business and government partners. We meet regularly to ensure that services are coordinated, cost effective and innovative. Some of our partners include:

  • Migrant Education Harvest of Hope
  • GUSD
  • YMCA
  • Cal-Soap
  • California State Parks
  • Santa Clara County Parks
  • Summer Matters