Classes in every subject
Choose from our list of hand-picked classes to help your student achieve their goals and dreams.
American Sign Language
ASL: Exploring Music & Poetry with American Sign Language
ASL is a beautiful, expressive, physical language used by millions of Americans every day to communicate with family, friends, schoolmates, and co-workers. Music and poetry take on an added layer of meaning when accompanied by the art of creative American Sign Language.
Spy Kids Academy Weekly Training: Your Mission for Fun
In this weekly, ongoing class, recruits learn what it takes to be a spy through S.T.E.A.M. activities. Learn to crack and decipher codes, build gadgets, use your powers of observation to solve puzzles, and more.
Reading, Writing, and Pokemon
Kids love Pokemon! Let’s use this fun, engaging topic to learn about Language Arts! This story-based Language Arts class will
use games and other fun activities (like mnemonic devices and graphic
organizers) to cover Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Journey into the Human Body
Take a journey into the human body to learn the ins and outs of how we work!
Adventures in Acting: Little Stars
Help your 6-8 year old student build confidence as they learn to speak in front of a group! Students will work with scripts, be introduced to improvisation techniques, and learn how to create characters.
*Please note that a parent or guardian must be present with the student during the class.
P is for Pikachu: Learning Phonics with Popular Culture!
Does your child struggle with reading but loves cartoons, movies, and games? This class for young readers uses popular culture references, like Pokemon, Spongebob, and Bluey to teach phonics and beginning reading!
Adventures in Acting - Beginning Kids and Teens
Casting Director Chris Gilmore and Director Leo Gilmore lead kids and teens through a FUN learning adventure for film, TV, and commercials, from Dramatic and Comedic Scene Study to Comedy Improvisation!
Ciencia en Español
The goal of a science class is to provide children with an opportunity to observe, touch, and ask questions. In this class, they will simultaneously learn how to apply Spanish to science topics.
Adventures In Acting - Young Adults
This Intermediate to Advanced class is taught by Casting Director Chris Gilmore and Director Leo Gilmore; they will lead teens/young adults through a FUN but challenging acting adventure for film, TV, and commercials, from Dramatic and Comedic Scene Study to Comedy Improvisation!
Manos a la Obra - Fun Spanish Classes for Little Kids
Manos a la Obra ("Hands-On Work") is a task-based class that will help children work in sequence and reinforce language through repetition. They will learn to give and receive instructions in Spanish, and achieve goals.