Enrichment Programs

Throughout the year, the Center for Children works with a variety of high quality, experienced third-party vendors who offer extracurricular enrichment programs to children on campus during regular school hours. Look for flyers in your child’s classroom/parent file, or contact us for information about registration fees and enrollment forms. Here are a few of the programs typically offered at CFC (subject to change).

Music with Max

Every Friday, Max spends time with our

preschool students to promote

developmental skills of all kinds

through music and movement. 

Check out more in this video!:

Dance

Taught by Plaza Production 1, these weekly classes for preschoolers age 3+ and school age children offer a mix of styles including jazz, ballet, tap, creative movement, and hip hop.

Xtreme Karate

Skillful and fun-loving Master Bryant teaches preschoolers non-aggressive conflict resolution, stranger awareness, and basic animal safety while building physical skills, confidence, and self-discipline.

Soccer Shots

For children ages 2-5, this high energy, fun, and age-appropriate introduction to the game of soccer emphasizes both soccer skills and character development. 

Amazing Athletes

"During our 30-35 minute weekly classes, children learn the importance of patience, teamwork, and self-confidence in a non-competitive, learning-based environment that fosters a love of healthy living. Their excitement for structured physical activity promotes advancements and advantages that keep children on the path to personal well-being. Our fun, active classes encourage kids to explore and develop a variety of athletic skills through the introduction of 10 different sports. Coaches break the fundamentals of each sport-based skill down into simple steps based on each child’s age and ability." 

Young Engineers

"Our Big Builders will construct 3D models using flexible parts. Students will receive kits complete with building tools and parts exclusively made by Young Engineers for our Big Builders program. These activities will gradually challenge participants in order to advance their fine and gross motor skills. This enrichment program will expose our builders to engineering terminology. In addition students will get be familiarized with simple concepts about the animal kingdom, larger principles of science and their everyday surroundings."

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