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After School

Posted by deandraboyd85 on 25 Points
Iím trying to come up with a name for my after school program. Something short and unique and also some names that spells out A.C.E

  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Accepted
    What is special about your program?
    Why the A-C-E tie-in?
    Why would parents choose to send their children to your program?
    Where is it located?
  • Posted by chiron34 on Accepted
    What age group of children are we talking about here?
    What type of activities will you have the children engage in?
    What are the hours that the children will be in your care?
    If you are asking for suggestions for a name, does that mean that your proposed business is not yet registered with municipal authorities?
    Will you have professional staff onsite with the children, a situation that could be referred to in promotions? eg, a registered nurse will be onsite, or a child psychologist will be onsite, or a registered teacher will be onsite.
  • Posted by mgoodman on Accepted
    I'd suggest a name that lets parents know why their children might enjoy or benefit from the program, or which children the program is designed for ... sports, theater, music, math, language studies, poetry, other.

    A.C.E. doesn't really say or mean anything. "Active Children's Escape"
  • Posted by Shelley Ryan on Moderator
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