Gloucester County YMCA

Part of the YMCA of the Pines


School’s Out School Age Child Care Before and After School Programs

Our School Age Child Care (SACC) program is designed to provide fun and enriching before and after school care within your child’s school. Operating under a license from the NJ Department of Children and Families, our trained staff provide a nurturing and safe environment for each child. Within a play-based environment, our program emphasizes the Y’s six core values of character development—caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, courage, and inclusion. We are committed to offering each child the opportunity to develop their self-confidence and social skills while participating in developmentally appropriate activities that stimulate creativity and encourage learning through fun and discovery.

Our programs take place within your child’s own elementary school in Woodbury (West End, Walnut, Evergreen) Wenonah, Upper Pittsgrove, and South Harrison.

Program Hours: 

  • Woodbury School District: 7am – 8:45am;  3pm – 6pm
  • Wenonah:  7 am – 8:45am; 3pm – 6pm
  • South Harrison: 7am – 8:45am; 3pm – 6pm
  • Upper Pittsgrove: 7am – 8:45am; 3pm – 6pm

We are licensed through the State of New Jersey.


Program Information:

Parents choose a consistent monthly schedule of 2-5 days each week. Before Care and After Care are scheduled separately. Limited drop-ins are available but must be approved by the YMCA office.

Both YMCA members and non-members are encouraged to participate in our SACC programs. 

Discounts are available for families with multiple children. Our administrator will apply the discount after the registration is submitted.

Financial assistance is available through Rutgers Southern Regional CCR & R (State Child Care Subsidy Program)

Y Membership for All

For more information:

Alissa Santos, Sr. Director of Youth Development,, 856-812-6100
Chris Giambrone, Registrar,, 856-845-0720

The Gloucester County YMCA is committed to protecting the children we serve. While we cannot eliminate all threats, we want to do what we can to ensure that the children in our care are safe. When entering the Y all members, participants and guests must have a valid picture ID which will be scanned through a national child abuse database. If a sex offender match occurs, the YMCA reserves the right to cancel membership, end program participation, and remove visitation access. We appreciate your cooperation.