Fall Programs

Magic Class 

Mondays, September 20, 27; October 4, 18, 25; November 8, 15, 29 

Grades K-5 from 4:00-5:00 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$197

If you’ve always wanted to perform magic tricks and Illusions--Hocus Pocus! You could be a Magic Wizard! You’ll be transformed when you learn seemingly impossible illusions that will amaze your friends and family. This program is not only fun, but many of the tricks reinforce important math concepts. After you master all the tricks, you’ll get to perform them for your family and keep the magic tricks for many more magic shows to come. So grab your magic wand and pointy hat, Magic Wizard-your wish has been granted! 

It’s Magic! Learn it! Perform it! Keep it! 

 

Creative Brick Design and Build 

Mondays, September 20, 27; October 4, 18, 25; November 8, 15, 29 

Ages 6-10 from 5:15-6:15 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$183.80

Students will learn about gear ratio, sensors, simple machines, and programming as they build alarm devices, earthquake detectors, robotic arms, and much more. Your child will have a blast exploring the world of robotic technologies in real life as they build, learn, and play. 

 

Video Game Design

Mondays, September 20, 27; October 4, 18, 25; November 8, 15, 29 

Ages 7-14 from 6:30-7:30 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$195.80

Create your own video game in this awesome Snapology class. We'll teach you how to design your very own online game with Stencyl game creation software. You even get to take your game home on a flash drive so that can be shared and played at home with family & friends. Don’t miss out! Students will learn and practice: 1. Computer Skills 2. Story/Character Development 3. Critical Thinking Skills 4. Teamwork/Partner Skills

 

Photography Class

Tuesdays, September 21, 28; October 5, 19, 26; November 9, 16, 30 

Grades 1-8 from 4:30-5:30 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave

$197

Journeys program is an exciting afterschool program for young photographers. Our eight sessions will task students with exploring their world and expressing their experiences through the camera lens. Students will learn to set up photos and manipulate them on the go. Session highlights include crafting a cubist collage of an object, setting up a still life image using the “rule of thirds”, and a photojournalist excursion. The class concludes with a gallery show in which students will display each of their works in print. 

See It! Capture It! Film It! Show It! You did it! 

 

Design a Jumper Dress

Tuesdays, September 21, 28; October 5, 19, 26; November 9, 16, 30 

5:45-6:45 for ages 7-9 

6:45-7:45 for ages 10-18 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$230.60

Calling all fashion designers! Do you have a passion for fashion? With the help of Fashion First Workshops, the student designers will recreate the classic Jumper Dress for Fall. In the advanced class, designers will also create a matching top to go underneath the dress. At the beginning of class, each designer will get to select their own fabric. You will start with sketching and rendering your design. Measuring, pinning and cutting out your design. Know how to use a sewing machine? Great! Otherwise we will teach you. The class fee includes all fabric, trims, notions and use of the sewing machines. If you have your own machine and want to bring it to class and use it that’s great, please do! Sew your garment together then fit the design to work for you, lastly finish the design. At the end of the classes we will hold a virtual fashion show to share with your family 

 

Math Club

Wednesdays, September 22, 29; October 6, 20, 27; November 10, 17; December 1 

Grades 1-3 from 4:30-5:30 Grades 4-6 from 5:30-6:30 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$197

Mathematics can be difficult and boring but not with us! Students will have fun playing around with numbers, and will cover topics ranging from simple arithmetic to algebra, statistics, calculus and more! Throughout the session they will work together to problem solve, play games, learn math tricks, and explore how math concepts apply in the world around them 

 

Amusement Park Design

Wednesdays, September 22, 29; October 6, 20, 27; November 10, 17; December 1 

Ages 7-12 from 6:15-7:15 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$183.80

Students will use specially designed Engineering bricks to create their favorite amusement park rides. Students will learn Physics and Engineering concepts, the culture and history of amusement parks, thrilling rides design, and business concepts of park operations during the program. In addition, students will engage in hands-on activities, teamwork, and practice team communication and social development.

 

Artist’s Passport

Wednesdays, September 22, 29; October 6, 20, 27; November 10, 17; December 1 

Grades K-5 from 5:00-6:00 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$185

Embark on an around-the-world cultural adventure − explore far-off places and learn about the people who live there, from the Americas to Polynesia, from the cosmopolitan to the countryside. Experiment with Crayola® products, while trying art techniques developed by local artists and artisans. Make different masterpieces each week such as drums, masks, canvases, gift bags, buses, and more! Bring the unique creations home and build a globally inspired art gallery. 

 

Schoolhouse Chess

Thursdays, September 23, 30; October 7, 21, 28; November 11, 18; December 2 

Grades K-5 from 5:30-6:30 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$185

Schoolhouse Chess brings chess pieces to life using creative and animated personalities that enable students to learn the game in a fun and exciting way. Students become fascinated with imaginative chess characters that accelerate the learning process. Our instructors bring all the materials and supplies to your school and cover the rules and strategies of chess. 

 

Real-World Robotics

Fridays, September 24; October 1, 8, 22, 29; November 12, 19; December 3 

Ages 7-12 from 4:00-5:00 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$183.80

Students will engage with concepts from the fields of astronomy, earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics using LEGO® bricks and other interactive learning tools. Students will first learn, observe and discuss various scientific topics, then create related LEGO builds with the knowledge they learn with their creativity! The Scientists program is a great supporting program for school learning. The lesson content often boosts students' interest in the learnings at school. 

 

NASA Academy The Future of Space Explorers

Fridays, September 24; October 1, 8, 22, 29; November 12, 19; December 3 

Grades K-5 from 5:15-6:15 

Held at Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave 

$185

NASA and Mad Science collaborate to educate the next generation! Children go on a voyage of discovery with unique hands-on activities, and amazing demonstrations that explore the sun and stars, space technology, rocket science, the atmosphere, planets and moons, and more!