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Current Classes

Create. Learn. Grow. 

Art

Woven Histories:
Fiber and Textile Art

 In this class, students will explore the intricate world of fiber and textile art. Through hands-on projects students will learn the techniques of weaving, stitching, dyeing, and embellishing textiles. They will also discover the rich histories of different fibers, patterns, and motifs, and how they reflect the communities that make them.  In addition to these engaging projects, students will have the opportunity to visit local felting artist Stephanie Metz at her exhibit at the Triton Museum of Art. This field trip will allow students to interact with Stephanie , ask questions, and gain valuable insights into the world of fiber art.
 

Middle Grade Science

Zoology

In the "Zoology" life science class, students will explore the fascinating world of animals, learning about their habitats, behaviors, and life cycles through fun hands-on activities.  Students will get up close with various critters from insects to fish, discovering the amazing diversity of life around them.

Grades 3-5

Upper Grade Science

Exploring Electricity

Semester 1: In this course, students will embark on a journey to understand the fundamentals of electricity. Through hands-on experiments, demonstrations, and discussions, students will explore the principles of electric circuits, learn about conductors and insulators, and discover the transformative power of electricity in our everyday lives.

CSI Expert

Semester 2:  Search for evidence, gather clues, and deiscover how science can help solve a crime.  Students will observe carefully, think critically, conduct lab tests, document results and try to meet the burden of proof to solve crimes ranging from forgery to murder!

Grades 6-8

Lower Grade Writing 

Don't Forget to Write!

A writing workshop for our youngest writers.

Grades k-2 

Middle Grade Writing 

Narrative Adventures!

Grades 3-5

Upper Grade Writing 

Writing for Podcasts

In this class, students will learn how to tell a good story, pick interesting topics, gather good sound, and conduct smart interviews.Written, directed, and produced by the upper grade students, each episode will take listeners on a journey of exploration and learning across a myriad of topics.  So, whether you're a lifelong learner or simply love to ponder the mysteries of the world, come along with us when we launch our new podcast class in the 2024-25 school year!

Grades 6-8

Podcast Recording
Sessions

From Script to Sound

Got something to say? Put on your headphones and get ready to hit record! In this class, you’ll master the art of recording and sound mixing.Your finished podcasts will be showcased on our dedicated podcast webpage, ready to share with the world.

Grades 6-8

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