We provide dependable, safe, secure, and loving care to the youngest family members.
Toddlers (ages 2-3 / available both hours)
Toddlers play, learn, and grow together in a structured, nurturing environment.
Preschool (ages 4-5 / available both hours)
Our preschool class offers a variety of activities including arts and crafts, music and movement, and story time.
Kindergarten (ages 5-6 / available both hours)
Our youngest students enjoy a fun, multi-sensory approach to learning, with abundant, hands-on enrichment opportunities.
Beginning Ballet (1st - 6th / first hour)
Aspiring dancers will learn basic ballet vocabulary and movements while being introduced to a ballet class setting.
Explore the U.S.A. (1st - 3rd / first hour)
Join this class and catch the travel bug! Learn about ways to travel and different fun and unique cities in our country. Activities include creating a travel scrapbook, music and crafts, and trying different foods.
Gym (1st - 6th / first hour)
Children of all skill and fitness levels are invited to have fun and keep their bodies moving! Gym class allows children to improve their physical skills, enjoy fitness, and build their confidence in a structured, non-competitive environment.
Little Loudspeakers (1st - 3rd / first hour)
In this fun and engaging class, our youngest students will build confidence and improve communication skills while learning the basic techniques of public speaking.
Crochet for Christ (4th - 12th / first hour)
This is a self-paced class. Beginning students will master basic stitches, while more experienced students will crochet a star blanket!
History ∧ Crafts with American Girl Dolls (4th - 6th / first hour)
Explore U.S. history from 1764-1904 with Kaya, Felicity, Josephina, Kirsten, Addy and Samantha. We will play games and make crafts as we study major historical highlights of each time period. Girls are encouraged to bring an 18" doll to class each week.
Notable Names (4th - 6th / first hour)
Learn about the people who made history! This exciting class will investigate famous and influential people from the past, from missionaries to inventors to military heroes.
Wind, Water and Wings (4th - 6th / first hour)
Explore the relationship between aviation and weather in this hands-on science class. Each week we will do weather-related activities and create different types of flying crafts.
Speech ∧ Improv (7th - 12th / first hour)
Explore the elements of improv through various games and exercises that encourage trust, communication, active listening and character development. Come ready to stretch your mind, expand your ability to speak on a variety of topics, and laugh!
Strategy and Logic Games (7th - 12th / first hour)
Enjoy playing new and classic strategy board and card games. Games will include Settlers of Catan, Dominion, Blockus, Ticket to Ride and more!
Foundations in Personal Finance (9th - 12th / first hour)
This dynamic class will equip students with personal finance knowledge and life skills. Topics include saving and budgeting; credit and debt; financial planning and insurance; income, taxes and giving. This class can be counted as a high school credit if the workbook is completed, which may require work outside of class time.
Caldecott Pockets (1st - 3rd / second hour)
Favorite picture books come to life through creative writing and exciting art projects. Students will complete a portfolio of projects to take home at the end of the semester.
Over in the Ocean (1st - 3rd / second hour)
From the Arctic to the Caribbean, tiny plankton to giant whales, sandy beaches to the deepest depths, our oceans are brought to life in this engaging science class.
Wow! Weather! (1st - 3rd / second hour)
Let's learn about what makes weather! Our exploration will include hands-on experiments, crafts, and reading interesting books.
Musical Theater (2nd - 12th / second hour)
Our musical theater class offers students ages 8 and older the opportunity to experience what it is like to be in a full-scale musical theater production. Students will learn vocal training, acting, and staging as they perform a production from beginning to end. (Please note: When registering younger children, please consider that Musical Theater requires the ability to sit quietly and follow directions). [Course Fee: $50.00]
A Girl's Guide to Studying her Bible (4th - 6th / second hour)
Girls, discover what the Bible says and how it can help you every single day! In this class, we'll read and work through A Girl's Guide to Studying Her Bible. The book is written in a conversational tone and explores the Bible in a topical way.
Hands-On Physics (4th - 6th / second hour)
Discover the world of physics! We'll learn about concepts like friction, inertia, force, electricity, heat, buoyancy, velocity, magnetism and sound. Every class will be full of interactive projects!
Keyboarding for Kids (4th - 6th / second hour)
Learn to type in a fun group setting! Students will need to bring their own laptop computer to class.
Scrapbook a Calendar (4th - 12th / second hour)
Using photos as well as a variety of scrapbooking materials and techniques, students will create a beautiful keepsake in this crafty class.
Team Invent It! (4th - 12th / second hour)
In this unique class, students will work in groups of 2 or 3 to complete a variety of STEM challenges. The hands-on projects in Team Invent It! encourage students to think outside the box, communicate clearly, and cooperate with each other.
Forensic Science (7th - 12th / second hour)
Investigate the inter-disciplinary world of forensic science! Hands-on activities and lab experiments will encourage observation skills, critical thinking, experimentation and logical thinking.
The fall semester begins Monday, September 9th, 2019.Please see the complete list of classes along with description and grade level below. Click here to view the schedule.
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