WE MEET ON MONDAY
Our program typically meets twelve weeks during the Fall Semester and twelve weeks during the Spring semester. Throughout the year we will have field trips, special events, performances, and more. We are not a drop off program. Families are responsible for supervising children at all times by remaining onsite or by having an authorized party assigned to students while on campus.
Our Classes have been postponed during the 2020-21 school year pending covid-19 guideline changes. We may have Clubs open for the Fall Semester and Spring semesters. Throughout the year we will have special events, performances, and more as permitted by social gathering restrictions. Families are responsible for supervising children at all times by remaining onsite or by having an authorized party assigned to students while on campus or off campus.
Drama Club: Theater Performance
Theatre Performance I: Ages 4-9
Advanced Acting: Ages 10-17
Price: $85 Semester
Sibling discount available
Performance I: This program is brought to you from A Ton of Fun Theater. Students will learn the fundamentals of the stage, improvisation, memorization, voice projection, and the Fun of Acting!
Advanced Acting: Students will delve deep into the world of Acting in this class. They will learn techniques and gain confidence in performance, improvisation, auditioning, public speaking , script writing and more. The final performance this year is a Dinner Theater!
Special Instructions: Children in Performance 1 do not have to read but must be able to follow instructions in order to participate.
Instructor Karen Kirkup
Pink Gecko Mandarin Chinese : Ages 7-10
Soft Serve Mandarin Chinese : Ages 11-16
Price: $75 Semester
Class size: Min 2 Students Max. 10 Students
We Have an Online Option: Times TBA
Description: Pink Gecko
Learning Bible stories and songs with crafts, music, and hands-on activities. Reciting and writing several common verses in Chinese. This class will focus on basic introduction to evangelism in Chinese.
Description: Soft Serve
Learning Bible stories and concepts in Chinese with songs, games, crafts, and ultimately, reciting and writing the Lord’s Prayer. Introduction to Taiwanese religion and religious beliefs, their expression in holidays, courtesies, approaches to fortune and luck, etc.
Supplies: Bring your pens, pencils & an eraser for notes. There will be hands-on activities and homework.
More Information to come
Min students 4 Max students 8
Special Instructions: This class is not suitable for students with food allergies as some products may contain milk, eggs, wheat, or nuts.