Kids Going Bananas After School Program

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Basic Information

Address: 505 South Main Street Mauldin, SC 29662
Phone Number: 864.335.8526

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Additional Information


Discover Church Ministries, Inc.

Director: Laura Beth Cuyar
Schools Served: Kids in KGB attend Golden Strip area schools: Bethel, Bryson Elementary, Bryson Middle, R.E. Cashion, Greenbrier, Hillcrest Middle, Mauldin Elementary, Mauldin Middle, Plain, & Simpsonville Elementary. Call to find out if your child's school can be added!
School District: Greenville County Schools
County: Greenville
Schedule: M-F 2:30 pm - 6pm
Ages: K - 8th grade
Capacity: 60 children
Membership/Pricing: $50 per child, family discounts apply

Kids Going Bananas meets in the children and youth area at Discover Church. We have a large room for group activities and free play, and separate classrooms for homework, tutoring, and lessons. There is a small play area and basketball court outdoors


Kids Going Bananas After School Program has existed since 2003. We are a ministry of Discover Church, where children are not just a ministry, they are a priority

Program Highlights:

We believe that it is important for kids to spend time with adults who care about them and invest in their lives. Homework completion is a priority, so adults are available for homework assistance. We also offer All Day Care for school holidays, teacher workdays, and snow days

Support Services:

tutoring & lessons, as well as a church community


After each child competes their homework, they can join in group activities, with include outdoor and indoor group games and team problem solving games. Besides our regular activities, tutoring and lessons in guitar, drums, trumpet, art, skateboarding, and karate are offered

Field Trip Destinations: We regularly visit Southside Park's playground and recreation fields during the normal school week. For All Day Care, fun activities such as roller skating, indoor rock climbing, bowling, and swimming are planned
Program Information:

We believe: Finishing homework is important, so kids can enjoy the evening with their families.

Kids should explore their interests, so tutoring and lessons are available.

Workers should play just as hard as kids do, instead of just supervising for injuries.

Kids need a safe place to play on school holidays, just in case parents have to work.

Slogan: Designed for kids with parents in mind