As an all-day school, we offer students a wide variety of afternoon activities from 3:15 until 6 pm (Primary School) and 4 until 6 pm (Secondary School). Furthermore, Berlin Cosmopolitan School provides a versatile vacation programme including many outside and inside activities for the children from the early morning until late afternoon. With the help of our teachers, educators, and specialists children have the chance to develop their very own individual interests and talents. Here are some of the clubs we have at Berlin Cosmopolitan School:
A Capella Chorus
The A Capella Chorus is dedicated to the study and performance of fine a capella literature. Through vocal instruction and choreography, singers will develop greater musicianship, proper use of breath support, interpretation, postures, stage presence, and more. Contemporary literature is featured, with a particular emphasis of music with the wider public through shows, singing engagements, and charity performances.
Cosmic Creators Studio
This is a club for writing and recording music. It takes place in our very own Cosmic Sound Studio. From the very basics of songwriting and composition to doing the final mix of your song, we cover everything! If you can play an instrument and want to create and record your own music then this is the club for you. Check out our latest playlist.
In this beginner’s choir students will learn songs from all around the world through a variety of fun but effective methods. Unison, 2-part songs, and canon-singing are utilized.
Music practice club is for anyone who takes private music lessons or is in the Berlin Cosmopolitan School’s first or second grade violin programme. Students will be able to practice on their own with extra support from the teacher. The structure for a practice buddy programme between older and younger students will also be in place. Piano students will have access to keyboards with headphones.
This club is for students who like playing the recorder or flute, are not a beginner anymore and know how to read music! They will have fun playing duets and trios and will also get to try some alto and tenor recorders.
This year´s generation of bands will have the outstanding opportunity to Rock`n´Roll in two separate band rooms for their weekly practice. One of the rooms can easily be turned into a modern recording studio with all the equipment needed. Each band will have live concerts, weekly rehearsals, band photos and the chance to write and record their own songs!
The Sing Along clubs are simply a fun way for our young students to enjoy singing their favorite songs. Throughout the year, they will learn, practice, and perform numerous songs and dances as well as learn a little bit of music theory. Sing quiet, sing loud, sing high, sing low!
In this club, students will be working on shaping and strengthening their singing voices (vocal training). Always striving towards one common goal, students will choose who they will collaborate with for the project in question. This club is open to the young singers´ minds for new ways of thinking and approaching creativity. And to sing some great songs in the process!
If you would like to expand your artistic understanding of string repertoire and experience the joy of studying and performing with fellow serious string players, this club is an excellent opportunity. Students will work in a chamber music model with the goal of performing without a conductor. Designed for grades 3-5 but older students always welcome.
Making Music is my Passion! And if you think it might be yours, too, I welcome you to try this club. Young Producers is a club in which we will be creating music. Mostly using a computer. Creating music digitally is its own thing all together, and that is what we will be looking into. Melodies in your head turn into lyrics on paper or brass section samples, combined with 808 drum loops. You will see. We will work with instruments, too, but that is not our main focus. That option of creating with instruments will be provided by Brodie White (and on occasion myself) in the ‘Cosmic Creators Studio’ on Friday afternoons.
Badminton can be played by everyone, despite their age or gender. Students will learn the basics of badminton techniques and footwork. The programme introduces the basic racquet skills, movement, and coordination required for badminton. Students will improve their understanding of the game and will learn basic forehand, backhand, serving techniques and rules.
Introductory ballet club focuses on coordination, rhythm, creative and pre-ballet movement, all while cultivating a love for dance in a nurturing and fun-filled environment. This club develops vital motor skills necessary for success in any dance technique. Beginner/introductory ballet club focusing further on coordination, rhythm, creative movement and Pre-ballet, with exercises focused on preparing the child for ballet movement. Ballet III is focusing on introducing ballet terminology and the basics of ballet, while creating a solid foundation in movement and a continued love for dance. Ballet IV & Contemporary Dance is a mix of styles of dance such as Limón, flying low and even ballet. Students learn the basics of floor work, using gravity to their advantage, and transforming emotions into movement. Ballet V is a club to learn the advanced ballet technic after A. J. Waganowa.
Based on their level, students will get an introduction to the skills and strategies of the game and will be organized in teams to compete on an intramural basis, they will participate in “ALBA Grundschul-Liga” competitions! Furthermore, offers our (former Bundesliga-) coach Sven Wehrmeyer in cooperation with ALBA Berlin an extra team training for our U14 Team (born 2003-2006) which will participates regularly (almost every weekend, from Sept. – April) at the League of the Berlin Basketball Association. Girls and Boys are welcome to get the extra kick!
Basketball Individual Training
This special training includes individual tactic and special drills (technique, footwork, shooting, passing, dribbling) and one-on-one skills (defense and offense).
This dance style developed in America in the early 1970s. With very acrobatic elements, young people performed dance battles. Today break dance is a recognized dance style and is not only performed to pop, funk and hip hop, but every music style is welcome. In addition to the total body training, discipline and coordination are trained. The goal is to present what is learned in a choreography at the end of the school year.
Are you motivated and have team school spirit? You like to perform and have some dance skills? Then Cheer Squad is it! Learn chants, cheer dance routines and more. Future try-outs for the cheer squad.
In the circus club the students will get to know different circus arts such as juggling, acrobatics and diabolo in a playful way. They will learn to walk on their hands, stand on top of each other, and play lots of games!
Contemporary Dance is a stage dance art of the present, it is open to everything. Elements of Martha Graham and José Limon technique are included in the lessons. It is the alternation between tension and relaxation, the interaction movement and breathing, the concession of gravity, the balance in the body, the use of the space in levels and levels, and, of course, the musical realization and flexibility of the body. The development of a choreography is the goal of the course. The teachers work according to a curriculum, and at the end of the second semester, an examination / performance record takes place.
Learn how to play flag football in no time! This popular sport requires little equipment, few players, and any size and type of playing area. It is a perfect game for players of all ages and ability levels!
Girls are introduced playfully into the ball game soccer. They will learn the basic techniques: fit, shoot and stop, combined with little games. Soccer is the number one girls’ sport in Germany! Join it!
International Dance / Character Dance
Students will go on a dancer’s journey around the world. They will develop traditional dances from all over the world. The learning of typical formations, spaces paths, frames and footsteps are characteristic for the lessons. The acquired knowledge is presented in a choreography. The teachers work according to a curriculum and at the end of the second semester, an examination / proof of achievement takes place.
Jazz & Show Dance
Jazz dance features elements of modern dance, classical dance and African dance. The play of the dynamics, the isolation movements of the whole body and the rhythmic work characterizes the lessons. Jazz dance developed continuously and today it is divided in dance categories like lyrical dance, Latin dance, modern jazz dance, street dance and Hip Hop. In this club, basics are trained and completed in a choreography. The teachers work according to a curriculum, and at the end of the second semester, an examination / performance record takes place.
Judo is best known for its spectacular throws, but also involves a considerable amount of wrestling. There is an inbuilt etiquette with a need to respect each other, good manners, and behaviour. The intention is not to hurt, but to throw with speed and skill. Judo helps to develop self-discipline and to learn self-confidence, concentration, physical coordination, and flexibility.
“Dance like there is nobody watching”, they say. Well in this case not – at least to start with! In these clubs the students will learn not just to dance for themselves, but also as a group and with a partner. They will dive in to the universe of Latin dances with the main focus on Salsa and Bachata. Students will learn the basic steps, how to lead/follow, and how to communicate with another person without using words.
Students will learn various types of age-appropriate work-outs involving the use of dumb-bells and flexibility training. Goals include strengthening muscles of the core system (back and abdominals) with simple repetitions to develop a healthy posture and prevent back problems.
Performance Class / IB Dance
This club is a preparation for IB Dance in the diploma programme of the IB. Students are introduced to different dance styles: classical dance, jazz dance, contemporary / modern dance. Students will learn a set of prepared choreographies and own pieces. Furthermore the participants support the examination work of the IB Dance students: They will learn their choreographies, get filmed with this, and the recording will be sent for examination.
Life can be stressful and learning ways to relax helps us become more balanced. In this club, we will do a variety of projects, games and activities, to find out how we can relax the best. This will include crafts, movement, music, wellness and meditation.
Rough & Tumble
The club teacher provides students the opportunity to move and play through an assortment of athletic exercise and activities. Emphasis includes developing sportsmanship (to get along together and deal fairly with each other), safe play and movements (falling without hurting themselves and others), improving coordination, and of course, playing and having fun!
Students will learn how to address and solve conflicts without violence and how to protect and defend themselves and others in dangerous situations. The club teacher is a professional martial artist and trainer and will teach a mixture of Judo, Karate, and Russian close combat. Students will do some role plays to apply the learned skills and provide themselves with a sense of security.
Shake it Off
What better way to celebrate the end of a busy day than to shake it off. The teachers and students will create different choreographies and do some simple aerobics to keep themselves fit and happy. Movement is a great way to lift your mood and raise your spirits. Come join us for the all the fun we will have!
Soccer is a fun and interactive activity and it will involve students playing and learning a variety of skills and tactics they can use for playing soccer anywhere.
Apart from learning some cool new moves, this course will be directed at learning the basic techniques of Street Dance. At the end of the school year students will be performing a dance routine in front of the BCS community.
Like every dance style, tap dance has also evolved over the years. In this club the basic elements of American tap dance are taught. Through rhythmic footwork, the dancers become
percussion musicians. At the same time, a total body training takes place. The balance, the arm and body holdings and formations are trained, and everything is reflected in a choreographic development. The teachers work according to a curriculum and at the end of the second semester, an examination / proof of achievement takes place.
The club is for children who enjoy a different kind of soccer! Students will play barefoot with a softball on judo mats. The rules are a bit different from the ‘normal’ soccer game. And it is all about being active and having fun!
Track & Field
Athletics is the perfect sport for a comprehensive coordinative basic training of our students. They will learn about the disciplines running (sprint and relay), throwing, high jump and long jump. These disciplines include the development of various skills such as balance, focus, rhythm, agility, persistence, speed and responsiveness.
Wake Up! Stretch and Flexibility
Stretch and Flexibility is for all dance students and those students who want to do something good for their body! Regular stretching simplifies work in the dance clubs and supports the body in any situation. The exercises are conducted according to a curriculum by the teachers.
*** Family Sports
Every Wednesday the Central Hoop Berlin Cosmopolitan will offer various sports including warm up, soccer, basketball, volleyball, floorball and core performance like yoga and pilates for BCS parents.
*** Salsa Groove for Parents & Staff
Here we will dance, groove and grow together. You will learn the basic steps and turns of salsa. We will put the different elements together to small choreographies and you will dance alone, with a partner and as a group. Let the dance bring us together. Let’s salsa & groove!
Through playful methods, students will learn to write poems, short stories and scripts for theatre plays and films. The students will have their imagination expanded by exploring writing by picking up on elements of their immediate environment. They will also discover new ways to trigger their creative vibes through unconventional means. The finished work will be workshopped and shared with everyone and performed at school festivities. The best stories and poems will be published in a book at the end of the year. „I just want to bring the best out of the children through their writing voices.” (Gaby Bila-Günther, writer and performance poet)
This club is for those students who like to argue and debate any point endlessly! They will participate in debating competitions in both English and German, hopefully, as well, as Model UN competitions in and around Berlin.
Deutsch Schreibtraining ist für alle SchülerInnen, die verschiedene Schreibstrategien verbessern, weiterentwickeln und ausprobieren möchten. Wir wenden, auf Basis individueller Entwicklung der KursteilnehmerInnen, unterschiedliche Schreibmuster an.
Das Schreiben ist ein ästhetisches, motorisches und kognitives Erlebnis. Deine Schrift ist deine Visitenkarte. Wir üben das bewusste und das “schöne” Schreiben, wozu alle SchülerInnen, die ihre Handschrift weiterentwickeln oder verbessern möchten, herzlich eingeladen sind.
Investment Challenge Club
The Investment Challenge Club’s aim is to allow students to develop an understanding of the stock market and the buying and selling of shares. Through the participation in the Sparkasse “Planspiel Börse” competition, students will have ten weeks to invest their €50,000 of digital capital to develop a successful share portfolio. They will decide what to buy and sell in real-time, based on accurate share prices. The aim is to maximise returns and/or to develop a particularly sustainable share portfolio. Prices are awarded on a regional and national level. The final competition day is the 13th December 2017. Wish us luck!
IT 1 club aims to help students develop the skills necessary to use technology and develop as digital citizens. They will become familiar with a wide variety of technologies through projects involving common computer applications, programming languages (SCRATCH) and hardware, producing simple projects for Raspberry Pi, Arduino microcomputers and Lego Mindstorms. IT 2 club is designed for students who already have some foundation in IT. They will develop and hone their existing programming skills by making websites (HTML/CSS) and interactive programs (Python/Scratch), and program electronics projects for Raspberry Pi and Arduino microcomputers.
The Berlin Cosmopolitan School Library has a growing collection of English and German books of all genres, from picture books and graphic novels to young adult fiction. We have a growing reference section and laptops for students to use for research and school work. Students can drop in before school and after school to find a quiet and comfortable place to read. We are always looking for picture books in other languages for our international picture book section. If you have something to donate, please contact our library manager.
Maths club is a great way for your child to have fun, practice and learn Maths. Children will learn to develop problem solving, logic and intuitive skills. They will have an opportunity to do Mathematical puzzles, and play games that involve Maths. Being good at Maths involves lots of practice. The best way to learn and have confidence is to have fun while learning.
Welcome to the Cosmo World News! In this club we will write articles that interest you, perhaps you wish to write about politics, fashion or food? You get to decide. Join us, and improve your writing and creativity skills.
This club is for students who have an interest in learning more about the different sciences. They will do many different experiments in physics, chemistry, biology and other natural sciences to build a basic understanding of the scientific method and experimental design. Students will get hands on experiences through the activities they do and start building an understanding that will help them preparing for sciences in secondary school.
This club is about reading and writing short stories. Examining short writing in comics, children’s books, poetry and other mediums like short films or oral speeches. Students will have the opportunity to practice and improve their writing styles with the support of friendly small group discussions and critiques. We will share our interests and reading preferences, and talk about character development and genre. Sometimes we will watch animations and short video clips of interesting fictional narratives or historical first-person speeches. This is a space for people who love stories!
Have you ever thought that your phone might be used for more than just chatting? In Smartphone Science you can learn how to do high-tech experiments at low cost using your phone and a few home-made attachments. Learn about quantum physics, microbiology and 3D cinema – and the cool thing is you can use your phone in class!
The 2050 Club
A sci-fi community for creative writers and artists! Can you imagine the earth in 2050? Will it be ravaged by pandemics or will science have ended disease? Will it be ruled by wicked dictators or egalitarian democracies? Will robots do our dirty work for us or do us all in? The 2050 club is for anyone who wants to create a future vision – utopian, dystopian or a mix of both. In addition to discussing ideas, books and movies, students will work collaboratively on texts and images for a wiki encyclopaedia of an earth-based, near-future world. Participation will help build academic and creative writing skills as well as encouraging the discussion of innovative solutions for the big questions of tomorrow.
The Book Club
Calling all book lovers. If you love to read and discuss what you have read, then this is the club for you. Don ́t fear- you will not be made to write essays and PEE paragraphs- this club is about reading for pleasure and discussing ideas in the books. We can also decide together what we read.
In this club the students will be building a Prusa 3D printer from a kit. For participating, the child should have an awareness of how 3D printers work, particularly the Prusa.
This is the club for lovers of painting, who dream in colors and like to feel paint on their hands. The club will explore the process of painting in both a free and controlled way. Sometimes we will work with images that we then paint in an abstract manner. We will look at how artists also paint their pictures while having a great time.
It´s all about producing various objects with clay! In our daily environment we find many 3-dimensional objects. Why not recreating them with clay? Students will improve their plastically skills and learn the basics of sculpturing.
A creative club working with recycled materials and producing self-made zines, collages and scrap books. From old newspapers, magazines and books we will cut out images and texts in order to make our own books and collages. This is a very hands on club involving also drawing and painting, therefore it is recommended it to students who love these activities and can work independently and in groups. Throughout the year, students will be encouraged to collect various objects, articles, memories, photos and other items inside scrap books, almost like creating personal diaries, documenting their precious and memorable school and social times. Children learn to recycle, have fun and compromise while being creative and taking on initiatives, working in a group situation or individually.
Do you like to colour? Then the colouring club is for you! Join us each week where we get to put our creativity on display and colour to our heart’s content. Colouring pages and paper will be supplied, all you need to do is bring your colouring tools and your enthusiasm for art.
Creative Movie Maker
Your favorite TV show is starting again! We will produce great interviews, movies, music videos and news! Come along, bring a good mood and ideas for new themes! Ms. Polgar will support you and your ideas. She is a film expert and works for several schools and cultural institutions in the field of art and movie. The finished movies will participate in international competitions.
Students will learn about the great variety of tools available through digital image editing software and be encouraged to experiment and explore in a creative way with text, graphics, photos, and digital animation to create their own unique imagery.
This club is open for all students who are interested in acting and performing. Through drama, movement and improvisation games they will create a performance based on a theme, poem or short story. The play will be performed at the end of the school year!
Fun with Beads
Students will experience the incredible amount of things they can create by using colorful beads! They will have the variety of many different beautiful colored beads to make all kind of shapes, figures and animals.
Students will learn how to use a software designed for creating simple computer games. They will become familiar with some basic programming commands and can experiment and be creative in designing their own characters, environments, game rules and structure.
Get ready to become a new generation artist, exploring the interchanges between science, technology, music, maths and art. We will be inventing, designing, testing and experimenting with lights, sounds, machines and more. Come and experiment!
This club will introduce students to the basics of drawing Japanese style comics. The focus will be on learning how to draw their own characters and being able to vary their expressions and actions. In the end, they can work on their own comic story!
Open Arts & Crafts
Students can choose to join different projects, including seasonal and thematic projects (such as lantern crafts, Christmas card creating, or kite building) as well as learning new skills (such as knitting, printing or collage). Projects will vary in difficulty and age range.
Students will learn how to sew by hand, up-cycle new things from old and recyclable materials, repair, design and make their own products such as cushions, hand puppets, toys, costumes, presents for their families, handkerchiefs, table cloths, pencil and book holders, key holders or jewellery. They will work with various materials such as cotton, felt, silk and wool, and they will use many items to decorate, such as beads, buttons, strings, sewn on stickers and emblems. The atmosphere is very relaxed and the students will learn to focus and concentrate for longer periods on their sewing tasks. They will also learn how to cut, recycle and make patterns, as they will be encouraged to use their imagination when deciding and designing what to make.
The Outsiders Art Club
What is ‘Outsider Art’? How do you ‘Do-It-Yourself’ (DIY)? Is it possible to make incredible things with limited resources and little talent?! It all starts with a great idea! – This club is a creativity lab for exploring artistic mediums and making things – with an emphasis on ‘DIY’ experimentation, and alternative self-expression. Students will work together and on their own pieces throughout the year, as we look for inspiration in the aesthetics and ethos of past-and- present rebellious movements in art, crafts, music, fashion and film. From Dadaism to Post- Modernism, and beyond… Students will build their cultural reference points to the histories of cities and citizens, and learn how materials can help shape or disrupt their artistic message. This is the club for creative and innovative risk takers who want to remake the world!
Upcycling (From Old to New)
Students are going to creatively reuse waste material or old clothes and turn them into beautiful new products. Create whatever you want to. This sounds like lots of fun, doesn ́t it?
Students have the opportunity to learn about the qualities of wood and how to use this material for building various projects. They will use different tools and techniques, such as sawing, drilling, sanding, and gluing, and will construct small wooden toys and furniture.
A mask is an object normally worn on the face, typically for protection, disguise, performance, or entertainment. Masks have been used since antiquity for both ceremonial and practical purposes and identity. In this club we will produce our own masks, inspired by models of traditional masks from around the world. At the end we can make use of them for story telling or physical theatre.
No matter where you are coming from or which mother tongue you are speaking: Would you like to get to know the Chinese language and culture? This is easier than you think! Join the Chinese clubs. You will learn the language and about the culture through games and fun.
This year the French club will focus on developing vocabulary and building long sentences in French through games, stories, songs. So everyone is welcomed, may your child be a complete beginner in French or already member of the club since a year or two, he/she will still learn a lot of new things. The club is taught mostly in French and will also include fun cultural activities like baking croissants and making crêpes and enjoying delicious macarons.
Students can finish left-over work from their German classes, work on German homework and projects. The German clubs are supervised by a German teacher who helps students with areas they are struggling with in German class or work on specific German skills. German teachers and parents can recommend students participate in German clubs, but even without a recommendation, students are free to join at any time.
Students will approach Italian language and culture through activities which range from indoor and outdoor games to reading children books, screening of scenes from cult Italian comedies, and preparing typical recipes from the Italian cuisine.
A child’s brain is twice as active as an adult´s brain, and still in development as children grow to adulthood. In this developmental stage a child can learn a second language 8 times faster than an adult! It’s easier than you think. Hundreds of words are the same in both English and Spanish. Animal, hospital, actor, color and doctor mean the same things in English and Spanish; they are just pronounced a little differently. For English speaking children there is no easier second language to learn than Spanish. Learning Spanish, playing and having fun, with music, stories, painting, crafts and so on.
*** Spanish for Parents & Staff
Going to Spain on holidays and you are embarrassed to use the little Spanish you learnt in school? Parents and teachers can come to these fun adult lessons, refresh and learn Spanish phrases with the funniest Spanish teacher at Berlin Cosmopolitan School!
The adventure playground ‘Stadt der Kinder’ is a hidden treasure and situated close to Berlin Cosmopolitan School. It is a great place for our energetic students after a long school day. They love to create their own worlds within the park and can take part in a wide range of available activities like climbing on huts and rooftops, hiding in the tree house, taking care of the guinea pigs and rabbits, using the inside facilities in case of bad weather for board games, woodworking, feeding animals, working with clay, playing hide and seek, exploring the area, and doing arts and crafts.
Board Games (Dungeons and Dragons)
“Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, I welcome you to board game club! In our club we will play long rounds of interesting games such as ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ and ‘Legends of Andor’. We will not play short rounds. Long and intense games might seem a little much, but I am sure, you will enjoy the rounds. We want to bring people together through the experience of a board game so this will be a very social club. I hope to see you there!” (Egor Lührs)
Club der Weltverbesserer
This is a club for student activists! Teacher and students will discuss the problems in our society, their historical background as well as relevant political and philosophical debates surrounding them. Over the course of the year they will agree on one local issue that students would like to focus on, and develop a plan of action for how they can make a difference in our community.
Do you know how good sliced garlic smells in a pan with olive oil? What does a vanilla bean look like? And why does grandma’s apple pie always taste the best? Students will find it out! They will use regional ingredients to prepare simple but tasty meals. And what do a bunch of great chefs do when they are done with cooking? They sit together and enjoy what they just have prepared!
Healthy goes Happy
In this club we will cook, dance, exercise, relax and do an assortment of activities to stay healthy, happy, well-rounded, and try to make our planet a better place.
Hot Topic Club
A forum for understanding current events and issues! – Do you want to understand the newspaper headlines and talk about things that really matter? Do you want to impress your friends and family with your sophistication and worldliness? This cross-curricular club will explore themes that interest you from various perspectives, such as politics, ethics, history and science. We’ll not only inform one another about the background of today’s contentious topics and discuss their ramifications, we’ll also go on field trips to visit museums and talk to experts, as well as putting on events in order to share our discoveries with others.
In Lego I+II students will build miniature models with different themes. They can invent their own models and explore the variety of building with Lego bricks.
Happy Club (Love Yourself)
‘Love Yourself’ is a merge of our beloved Happy club and Wellness & Beauty club, focusing on self love and self care. — The answer to the question “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is so simple: “I want to be HAPPY!” There is a science about how to be a happy and healthy person. Scientists like Dr. Roger Walsh have asked the question: “What does it mean to live wisely and well?” Happy club is based on the answers to that question: The practice of eight things that a person needs in life to be happy and healthy. These eight things are: Exercise, diet and nutrition, spending time in the nature, contribution and service, relationships, recreation, relaxation and stress management, and religion and spirituality. We will have a great time together practicing being happy through various projects that nurture a healthy self-esteem and positive self-image. Always be good to yourself and one another!
This is an exciting new club that promotes learning, problem solving and having loads of fun! Throughout the year students will work on piecing together masterpieces, which will then be glued together, framed, and displayed throughout the school.
The Real World
The school curriculum provides you with the knowledge and tools you need later on in life, but usually some questions stay unanswered. This club is for those students who want to go more into detail on different sociological and political topics of the curriculum, but are also looking for answers to all the other questions life poses at you while growing up. We will cover topics of how to deal with life – the real life in the real world.
In this club, every month we will choose a different country. We will play games or rhymes that children play in Mexico, Perú, India, the Netherlands, etc. We will discover how other children use their free time and which resources.
Science, Technology & Academic Inspiration Clubs
Sports & Dance Clubs
- Basketball Individual Training
- Cheerleader Squad
- Flag Football
- Girls Soccer
- International Dance / Character Dance
- Jazz & Show Dance
- Muscle Training
- Performance Class / IB Dance
- Rough & Tumble
- Self Defense
- Street Dance
- Tap Dance
- Tatami Soccer
- Wake up! Stretch & Flexibility
- *** Salsa Groove for Parents & Staff