Welcome to Noah's Ark
We support our children by surrounding them with a community of love and forgiveness so that they may grow in their trust of God, and be faithful in their service to others.
Elementary and middle school-aged children only.
The first day a rising kindergartner may attend is June 1st the year they will start Kindergarten but must have attended a preschool program if they a 4 years of age on June 1st. The last day a child can be in our program is June 30th the year they turn 15 or will be starting 9th grade.
Drop off and pick up for services will be at Apex United Methodist Church.
Our Before and After School programs are only for the schools we serve, which are:
Elementary Schools: Apex, Apex Friendship, AV Baucom, Laurel Park, Olive Chapel, Peak Charter*, Salem, Scott's Ridge, *Thales, ST. Mary Magdalene, Woods Creek
Middle Schools: Apex Middle, Apex Friendship Middle *Peak Charter
* Noah's Ark does not offer before school for these school
Hours of Operation
6:45 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday- Friday. We are closed on weekends and certain holidays. Days that we will have modified hours are listed on the 'Reservations' page.
Documents - Required to Start Service
Completed and Signed Application
First Payment with Membership Fee
ALL documents are required 2 weekdays prior to start of service in order to setup your online account. ALL payments are made using your online account (Procare Portal). You can pay from your Procare Portal using your bank account information, debit or credit card. If you need to pay by cash, arrangements must be made prior to start of service.
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