The mission is to provide an out-of-school experience that improves academic and social development. The program provides school pick-up, supervised and mandatory homework completion, tutoring and educational initiatives designed to improve academic performance and computer literacy. Operates Monday through Friday from 2:30 to 6 p.m. from September through June.
The day camp provides unique and educational activities to help children to develop teamwork skills and sportsmanship. The campers take two trips weekly, exposing them to different neighborhoods, events, and organizations in the tri-state area in order to broaden their education and cultural horizons. The seven-week summer program takes place Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., from early July to late August.
The program provides affordable enrichment activities and classes during the school calendar year. Current activities feature Chinese brush painting, literacy and math clubs, computer graphics classes and tutoring for teens. Guitar classes for ages 11 and up are also offered.
The Music School provides accesible and affordable music lessons in violin and cello for children ages 5-12 and a limited number of highly motivated adults. Classes take place on Saturdays and select evenings during the school year. One month summer intensive lessons are offered to select students. There are opportunities for performance in the winter and summer recitals.*
Vary. Dependent on program registered for.
*Music School fees are dependent on level of instruction and range from $350 to $750 for the shool year, with the violin rental included for the first 3 years. The summer session is an additional cost.
Ages 5-12, ages 11 and up for teen programs on Saturdays and for guitar classes.
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