Student Enrichment Classes
Kids' Club Extended Care
The Dance Academy
Our students love learning but don’t love leaving TCS. We’ve developed a variety of engaging after-school Enrichment Classes and extracurricular programs for students from Preschool to Eighth grade. These experiential learning classes play an important, and fun, role in encouraging children to become active members of a community and lifelong learners. We offer three sessions of enrichment classes each school year, during the fall, winter and spring. A new class schedule is distributed each session.
Please check back in August to see the Fall 2017 enrichment class options. To see what options have been offered in the past, please see the Enrichment Class Schedule and Winter 2017 Enrichment Descriptions.
To register, please use the link at the bottom of the page to complete the online registration form.
Classes are offered for Preschool through Eighth grade
Classes are developed and grouped by age and/or grade
Programs are open to the public
Classes change each session
Options include music, art, technology, sports, science, cooking, dance and more
For more information, please contact Violet Campbell, TCS Activities Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 858-454-0184.
TCS provides extended care for our students before and after school. The program offers a variety of activities, snack, supervised play, and homework assistance. Kids’ Club is also available for those who sign-up in advance for half days, Back to School nights, and Parent/Teacher Conferences. Advance sign-up is necessary on these special days to ensure that we have adequate staff to supervise all students. Regular school days do not require advance registration.
Open to Preschool – Eighth Grade students.
Before school from 7:00 – 8:30 a.m.
After school from 3:15 – 6:00 p.m.
A variety of camps, grouped by ages and interest, run throughout the summer at The Children’s School in San Diego. Half and full day camps are available.
2017 Summer Camp Schedule
2017 Summer Camp Descriptions & Fees
The Children’s School will be hosting an ISEE Test Prep Class from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., on August 14 – 18 for students entering 8th grade in the fall. The class is designed to prepare students for the high school level ISEE exam, including preparation for all sections and test taking strategies.
These summer camps are designed for students entering Preschool, Prekindergarten and Kindergarten in the 2017-18 school year. They are designed specifically to prepare your child for school, introduce your child to TCS teachers and friends, and help ensure a smooth transition in the fall. The Preschool and Prekindergarten camps are open only to students attending TCS in the fall. The Kindergarten camp is open to the public.
Preschool, Prekindergarten & Kindergarten Camps and Fees
For Summer Camp information, please contact Violet Campbell, TCS Activities Coordinator, at email@example.com or call 858-454-0184.
Students can enroll in a variety of dance classes held on our La Jolla campus through our partnership with The Dance Academy at The Children’s School. The Dance Academy has been based at TCS since 1984 and is directed by Lorna Diamond.
To register for dance classes, download and complete the Student Registration Form and return it to The Children’s School either in person, by fax or by mail. You can read The Dance Academy parent letter here.
View the Summer 2017 Dance Academy class schedule here.
Classes offered include ballet, contemporary, hip hop, jazz and tap
Professional teachers offer a wealth of experience and technical proficiency
Nurturing, confidence-inspiring atmosphere
Hone vital motor skills and flexibility
Develop strong dance technique
Enrollment is open to all children and adults
For questions about The Dance Academy, please contact Lorna Diamond at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 858-458-1783.
Student-athletes at TCS are offered the opportunity to learn about sports, stay active, develop character and experience teamwork, accomplishment and meaningful growth. Our sports program goals are to help students develop skill and knowledge in a particular school sport, to compete with intensity and integrity, and to minimize personal glory for the welfare of the team. TCS athletes treat teammates, coaches, referees and opponents with respect.
Part of the Independent Middle School League (IMSL)
Fall: Flag Football, Girls Volleyball and Cross Country.
Winter: Girls Soccer and Boys Basketball.
Spring: Girls Basketball and Boys Soccer.
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