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Spring Co-Curricular Programs

Fine Arts

(paper mache)

Students will create a variety of projects utilizing paper. Whimsical wire, colorful painting and unexpected materials will be used to design clever works of art!
paper mache sample
paper mâché sample 2
Mrs. Stimson

13 weeks
Limited to 14 students 
Jan. 31 - May 9
(no class 2/28 or 3/28)
3rd-6th grades
Thursdays 3:00-4:15pm



Choir is a wonderful opportunity to sing praises to our Lord while learning parts, melodies and harmonies. Choristers is Choir for our younger friends

Mrs. Brown (Choir)
Mrs. Hubbard (Choristers)

14 weeks
Jan. 30 - May 22
(no class 2/18, 3/25 or 4/22)
3rd-6th grades (Choir)
Wednesdays 3:00-4:15
1st-2nd grades (Choristers)
Mondays 2:30-3:30pm

$225 (includes festival)
$260 (includes festival and Knotts)

Percussion ensemble

If you are interested in rhythm and drums, come learn how to play bass, snare, timpani and a variety of other fun percussion instruments.  No experience necessary.  Will be joining with the other beginning and intermediate instruments to form a larger ensemble for Spring Concert.

Mr. Jonathan Roach
13 weeks
Limited to 18 students
Jan. 25 - May 17
3rd-12th grades
Friday Mornings 7-7:50am


Young thespians can practice their craft with their peers and learn vocal control, blocking, and acting and performance techniques.

Mrs. Gordon
13 weeks
Limited to 15 students per class
1st-2nd grade
Thursdays Jan. 31-May 9, 2:30-3:30pm
(no class 2/28 or 3/28)
3rd-6th grade
Mondays, Jan. 28-May 13, 3:00-4:15
(no class 2/15, 3/25 or 4/22)



Chess is a fun way to learn and increase cognitive skills, while practicing patience and rational thinking.

CYCL Staff
(CA Youth Chess League)

14 weeks
Beginning Jan 30
K-2nd grades
Wednesdays 2:30-3:30
3rd-8th grades
Wednesdays 3:00-4:00

$195 (sibling discounts available)


A great STEM opportunity - building things that move and seeing what works and what doesn't...and why.

Luke Cunningham
10 weeks
Jan. 28 - Apr. 13
3rd-6th grades
Mondays, 3:00-4:15pm

$260 (includes instruction and materials)

boys in science

Boys will be encouraged to explore and engage their love of science at an early age. Each week we will introduce a pioneering man in the area of science, and follow up with a fun, related science experiment. They'll learn about men who changed the scientific world and discover that they can too.

Miss Grimes
13 weeks
Limited to 18 students
Jan. 25 - May 17
(no class 3/1, 3/29, 4/19, 5/3)
4th-6th grades
Fri. 3:00-4:15



Students engage in math concepts, ideas, mini exercises, and games that challenge them in a fun and engaging setting. This semester offered only for GIRLS.

Ms. Kang
13 weeks
Limited to 15 students per class
3rd-4th grade
Thursdays Jan. 31-May 9, 3:00-4:15pm
(no class 2/28 or 3/28)
5th-6th grade
Mondays, Jan. 28-May 13, 3:00-4:15
(no class 2/15, 3/25 or 4/22)


latin legion

Grammar level students participate in a nationally recognized Classics program where they meet weekly to complete challenges, earn badges, and continue a hands-on, active learning environment. 

Mrs. Seidman
13 weeks
Limited to 18 students
Jan. 25 - May 17
(no class 3/1, 3/29, 4/19, 5/3)
3rd-6th grades
Fridays 3:00-4:15



Learn to use different kinds of loops, events, functions, and conditionals. Investigate different problem-solving techniques and discuss societal impacts of computing and the internet. In the second part of this course, design and create a capstone project you can share with friends and family.

Ryan Han (Trinity Junior)
10 weeks
Limited to 10 students
Mar. 21 - May 30
(no class 3/1, 3/29, 4/19, 5/3)
5th-6th grades
Thursdays 3:15-4:15