American Girls

In this class students will read along to an American Girl book and then do games, and activities that teach and explore the time and traditions of the story’s era. Seeing history and culture through our heroine’s eyes. This class will have some basic sewing and cooking along with games, crafts, and other activities. We […]

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ART & Crafts 4-6

One definition of Art is “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.” Students will be given opportunities to express themselves through the following themes and methods. They will be encouraged […]

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Jam Session

Join us for Tuesday Jam Sessions! Tuesdays 12-1 outside at the green tables. This is a free way to give anyone a chance to have some fun and make music with other people. What we hope you all will learn from this is musical dynamics, group dynamics, and being able to play together and not […]

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Math Basics

Basic Math Skills is an appealing full-color text for students who need additional instruction on basic mathematical concepts and operations. Provides extensive examples and practice activities– all present as real-life situations, so students will see the relevance of math in their day-to-day lives. This would be a good class for those not ready for Pre-Algebra […]

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Health & Anatomy 4/5

This new Health and Anatomy class is designed to help children explore the structures that make up their body, and how the various parts of their body work together. It is important for children to see how different foods and exercise is good for different organs of the body. This course will include the introduction […]

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Cursive & Social Studies

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. This class is designed for the […]

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Cooking 101

Have you ever wondered how to make your own spaghetti? Or how to make a pizza from scratch? What about the different ways to cook eggs, or how to make a pie crust? In this hands-on cooking class, you will learn all of that plus more! We’ll discover the basics to cooking meals and baking, […]

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Cursive & Beginning Writing 5th-8th

We will begin the year by learning how to write in cursive. We will transition into Dictation and the forming complete sentences, in cursive.  If your student has difficulty with spelling, grammar, punctuation, then this class is for them. I will teach Spelling rules. If your student is an experienced writer, this is not the […]

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Early U.S. History

American History can be fun and exciting to learn. No boring lectures here! During our class we will create interactive notebooks utilizing hands-on learning from Teachers Pay Teachers. Join this class and experience lively discussions, demonstrations and interesting activities as we experience the birth of our great Nation. This EARLY American History Curriculum includes: Native […]

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Musical Theatre

Students will learn musical numbers from popular musical productions and movies.  All levels of experience welcome, class is structured to showcase individuals as well as group abilities. Acting and improvisation games and exercises will also help students prepare these numbers for recital. A parent or guardian is required to attend the first class.

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Science is Fun!

Children are naturally inquisitive and want real answers to their questions. They also learn best through fun, hands-on experimentation. This class combines these two ingredients to guide students into scientific thinking and investigation while equipping them with the foundational knowledge they need to think critically about the world around them. We will study scientists and […]

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Art 2-6

Sections indicated by “WAIT LIST” are full. You may register for them but will be put on a waiting list. You will not be charged if we put you on the waiting list. We may open up a new section if enough people are in need of those classes. One definition of Art is “the […]

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5th Grade Social Studies through Art

This Monday class is designed for 5th grade students and will be a survey of American History and Geography. We will be utilizing the book, Geography Through Art as an exciting way to springboard our survey and study of geography and social studies. We will use parts of several geography texts, video clips and in […]

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Math 4

This class meets 2 times a week for one hour each. Parents should add more home instruction to facilitate the assimilation of math concepts. Math 4 will not become the solid foundation it is intended to be without daily practice at home. Welcome to Math 4 with the BJU press curriculum! Place Value & Money […]

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Language Arts 4-6

This challenging class will focus on spelling, pronunciation, vocabulary, comprehension, listening, grammar and punctuation, critical thinking, and writing. For most 4th to 6th grade level students, this class will cover a full year of comprehensive language arts. Homework time should be planned for 4 days per week minimum. Most students will need one hour per […]

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Acting Up

This class will improve acting skills, give you confidence for your next audition, and keep you in theatrical shape for future productions! Includes character development and analysis and exercises in projection, posture, and focus. Some of the skills learned include keeping character, proper stage movement, blocking, timing, etc. Monologues, duets, and scenes will be prepared […]

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