Our after school enrichment programs are provided for families who enjoy the convenience of readily available enrichment in a familiar and trusted setting.

After school enrichment are subject to change due to changing student community interests and the availability of local experts, staff members, and/or trained parent volunteers.

Recent after school enrichments have included:

MathCounts - (ages 10-14) Have fun with your friends doing math!  Students try different methods of solving a variety of math problems.  A team of 4 students is selected midwinter to participate in the MathCounts event at Youngstown State University with other local school teams.

Suzuki Violin - (ages 5 and up) Master Suzuki violin teacher Gina Bagnoli provides group or individual violin instruction in the Suzuki Method. Students provide their own instruments. $

NaNoWriMo pronounced NA-noh-RYE-moh - (ages 9-14) During National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) students complete their own work of fiction of a word count determined by the child.  The goal is to write every day for the month of November and complete the word count while telling a story—beginning, middle, and end.  The weekly sessions at school are a time for collaboration and support reaching this personally determined goal . . . and it’s a lot of fun!

Lego Club - (ages 9-14)  Everybody likes to build, and our Lego Club is a chance for the older kids to get together and create some interesting and complex constructions—or just have fun playing with Legos!  $

Band - (ages 9-14) Collaboration with musical instruments.  Students learn more about their musical instruments of choice, reading music, and playing together to bring music compositions to life. Students provide their own instruments. $

Choir - (ages 9-14) Students practice blending their voices in song.  The goal is to learn to sing compositions in parts.

American Sign Language - (ages 6 and up) An introduction to ASL for students fascinated by this visual and movement oriented language.  A trained expert demonstrates and provides materials to assist with practice of this second language. $

Note:  $ denotes an additional fee required.

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Living Montessori: Stephen Curry and Family

NBA superstar Stephen Curry, and his remarkable family, tell us how a Montessori education has helped shape their outlook on life in an exclusive interview, filmed at the Christian Montessori School at Lake Norman where Stephen's mother, Sonya Curry, is the head of school.

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