After-school (adjective)

  1. Occurring or taking place after the typical school day.
  2. Relating to activities or programs that take place outside of the regular school day.

Origin:

From after ("following") + school ("a place for learning").

Examples:

  1. The after-school program offered homework help and extracurricular activities.
  2. She had an after-school job at the bookstore.
  3. The school offered an after-school sports program.
  4. The after-school tutoring session was held in the library.
  5. After-school activities included drama club and chess club.
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