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Tel: 425-321-2657

Email: brandy@allstarkiddos.com

Mail: 30355 SE Highpoint Way #205

Preston, WA 98050


30355 SE Highpoint Way

Preston, WA 98050


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After-School Schedule

Our after-school curriculum comprises a whole-child development program that facilitates daily school-age success by teaching emotion regulation, social skills, empathy, relationship skills, practical life skills, tools for successful learning, yoga, and mindfulness.

In A Nutshell:


Grades: K-5th

Days: 2019-20 School Year Days

Time: We provide a complete whole-child development after-school program for Clark Elementary, Cascade Ridge Elementary and all Snoqualmie Valley School District schools. You may also choose to enroll in individual classes. 

Location: 30355 SE Highpoint Way Preston, WA 98050

Phone: 425-526-4600

- Life Skill Development: Cooking & Nutrition, Sewing,  Money Management, Basic Outdoor Survival, etc.

- Social-Emotional Learning: Emotion Regulation + Social Skills, & Empathy + Relationship Skills.

- Learning Advancement: Tools for successful classroom learning.

- Yoga + Mindfulness: Certified Little Flower Yoga Teacher Led.


Complete After-School Program:


- We bring your child(ren) to our center 

- You may sign your child up for any of our offered classes

- 6:30pm pick-up time* 

- $650 / month All-Star Camps NOT included

- $750/ month All-Star Camps INCLUDED

*Later arrangements can be made. May arrange for a take-home shuttle if you are residing in Trossachs, Preston, or within the Snoqualmie Valley School District ($1/ride fee applies).

Your Choice of Classes:

Up to 3hrs a week = $60/week*

Up to 5hrs a week = $97/week*

Up to 8hrs a week = $147/week*

Up to 11hrs a week = $187/week*

12+ hours a week = $15.50/hr

*Fixed amount billed monthly

Click any class to read more, enroll, or add a class to your calendar.

More About Our Curriculum:

Life skill development. We focus on learning life skills that will serve students well throughout their life. Such skills include: cooking & nutrition, sewing, money management, outdoor survival skills, "street smarts" (how to be safe & alert in an urban setting), public speaking, and meditation. Each month is dedicated to learning a different life enriching skill. The month of October is dedicated to learning sewing. Students are sewing trick-or-treat bags!

Yoga + Mindfulness offers essential life management skills that allowkids to access inner resources like their breath, body and mindset in times of stress. When kids can activate their inner resources, they can meet challenges with a sense of personal power, and thrive in a wide variety of circumstances. 

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL). We have two different focused SEL classes: Emotion Regulation & Social Skills and Empathy & Relationship Skills. Each class teaches emotional reaction management skills and interpersonal skills, then allows for the opportunity to practice the learned skills, in real-time, with peers during free time. Each class is taught by Child Behavior Specialist, Brandy Simison. If you are unsure which class(es) are most appropriate for your child, please call Brandy at: 425-526-4600 to help you identify the best option.

There are a total of 4 class times available. You may choose 1-4 of these classes. Each class has a different activity to eliminate redundancy and further build knowledge and skills. 

Learning Advancement. During this class, children are provided with a level of autonomy. They engage in active learning via their choice of movement, they are assisted to make connections to their learnings with real-world experiences from their interests or prior experiences, and we end with self-reflection to solidify all learnings. We use the child's homework and other lessons to teach them how to learn the material they are given in school.

Taylor, a teenage volunteer, helps to teach our October sewing class.

New Friendships are Formed at Social-Emotional Learning Class

Video Illustration of How We Facilitate Learning

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I enroll? Is there an enrollment fee?

Click any "Enroll Now For Free" button to follow the simple steps to enroll your child(ren). The enrollment process only takes 90 seconds on average to complete. You will NOT be asked for any form of payment. There is an enrollment fee ($200) that you will pay AFTER you have been contacted by All-Star Kiddos and choose to move forward with enrollment.

Do you help with homework?

Yes, we provide homework help upon request as well as during our Learning Advancement Class. 

What about Transportation? 

If you are looking for your child to be transported to our center, please read the guidelines below.

For ISD parents: We do have (limited) seats to pick-up from Issaquah Valley Elementary. For Clark Elementary, there is a bus stop at 308th & 86th in Preston. Your child will get off at this bus stop. A staff member or volunteer will be waiting at the stop to escort children to the center. You will need to ask Clark Elementary for a bus pass if this is not your usual stop. Please read below for how to obtain a bus pass. For Cascade Ridge Elementary, we have Snoqualmie Valley Transportation bus (SVTbus.org) pick-up your kiddos at Trossachs Community Park next to the school. A volunteer and/or staff person will escort them to the bus and stay on the bus with them to our center. Then, at the end of the day, the SVT bus will drop your child off at home around 6:15pm.

For SVSD parents: We are working with Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) so all Snoqualmie Valley District Schools may utilize transportation to our facility. We currently pick-up from Cascade View Elementary and Timber Ridge Elementary. Fall City Elementary has a bus stop down the road from our facility and we will have a staff or volunteer pick-up your child from this nearby bus stop. Note: you will have to submit a "transfer request" from Fall City Elementary. It is a simple process that we will help you with.

My child goes to Clark Elementary, how do I set them up to get off at your bus stop?

You write a letter to your school (email or hand deliver) saying that you would like your child(ren) to get off at the 308th & 86th stop in Preston. You include the days (e.g. Monday-Friday) and the duration (e.g. all school year). Your school will then issue you a bus pass that your child will hand to the assigned bus driver (e.g. route #24 driver). You will also have to sign a necessary release. We will walk you through this entire process.

Do you offer your program on parent/teacher conference days or during winter break, etc.?

We currently offer full-day programming on teacher conference days and are closed during the same holiday breaks as the school district calendar.

Meet The Lead Teacher

Brandy Simison is a Child Behavior Specialist and is the Founder of All-Star Kiddos. Her passion for helping children succeed is at the forefront of All-Star Kiddos. She is the lead teacher of the after-school program.


Call: 425-526-4600

Email: brandy@allstarkiddos.com

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