It’s a noble concept – no question. But kids that age go to school for 9 months out of the year and are only available from 3:30 PM till early – mid evening. That is if they’re not playing sports or have any other activities. And the kids from wealthier families spend a lot of time at summer camps. To survive, you would also have to offer programs for adults (the kids’ parents), like the YMCA’s do – there would be way too much down time and no revenue if you didn’t. I see where you’re coming from here – our kids need help! But as far as a business model goes, I don’t see it working too well if you’re solely targeting this age group of kids. I hope I’m wrong & you figure something out. Good luck!