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Science Courses

MONDAY Earth, Wind, Inspire!

 1-2pm  (*12.30-1.30pm min days 12/16, 1/13) | 12/2-1/13 (No class 12/23, 12/30)  

Gr K-2 | Min 8, Max 10 | $125

Our hands-on science programs are themed around a particular area of science.  In this session, students will explore how weather works and investigate how our planet was formed. They will also learn about chemical reactions and physics with levers and pulleys. Instructor: Mad Science  

Painting on a Wall


 3.15-4.15pm | 12/5-1/16 (No class 12/26, 1/2)                                              

Gr K & up | Min 10, Max 16 | $120

This class teaches art techniques, vocabulary, and a variety of art concepts including: Portraiture, Perspective, Still Life, Realism,/Abstraction, Color Theory, and more.  Your child will build comprehensive art literacy that will serve them well not just at the drawing table, but also in life! Instructor: Young Rembrandt

Flag Football Game

TUE Flag Football

3.15-4.15pm | 12/3-1/21 (No class 12/24, 12/31)                             

Gr K-4 | Min 12, Max 16 | $130

Flag football is a “no-contact” sport.  This class teaches your child the fundamentals of flag football through age-appropriate skills and drills. It is geared towards developing your child’s ability, confidence and love for the game, as well as teaching sportsmanship values that extend far beyond the playing field.  Each class will end with 20-30 minute of game time. Instructor: One-On-One

Karate Practice


3.15-4.15pm | 12/6-1/24 (No class 12/20, 12/27, 1/3)                                              

Gr K & up | Min 10, Max 18 | $110

Taekwondo teaches children discipline and physical skills whether they want to compete for the gold or just want to learn.  We emphasize a cooperative environment, and learning positive social skills. This translates to many students excelling in scholastic activities as they develop improved focus.  Instructor: Allstars Martial Arts

Teacher with Pupils


3.15-4.15pm | 12/4-1/22 (No class 12/25, 1/1)                                

Gr 1-8 | Min 8, Max 12 | $160

This robotics class is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of robot design and programming. Students will learn basic concepts and apply them by building and programming a LEGO robot to perform specific tasks through a hands-on approach.  With iterative efforts, students will get insights into the application of robotics to solve real life problems. Instructor: Knodemy (*Note change in class from Scratch class*) 

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