Enrichment Courses

Want to learn how to write code or a sonnet? Interested in building your own logo or your Spanish vocabulary? Want to investigate infinity or the infinite ways to attack your opponent in chess? How about all of the above? Get engaged, get excited, and get enriched with our gamut of spring Enrichment Course offerings.

All classes are 9 weeks long, beginning the week of April 5th and ending the week of June 1st.

Preview our Spring Courses below!

Spring Term 2020

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Intro to Programming

Instructor: Lori Hunt

This course is an introduction to the concepts of programming – output, input, variables, graphics using python turtles, and basic arithmetic operations. No experience in programming is necessary or expected for this course.

7/8 graders: Mondays, 5PM – 6PM
9/10 graders: Mondays, 6PM – 7PM

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Intro to Digital Illustration

Instructor: Eric Lynne

In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of digital illustration through an investigation into brand design. By the end of the course, students will have a deeper understanding of brand identity and the ability to create their own custom logos.

7/8 graders: Tuesdays, 6PM – 7PM
9/10 graders: Tuesdays, 7PM – 8PM

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Math: Sets, Infinity, and Proofs

Instructor: Caitlyn Booms

This is an opportunity to investigate these three fundamental concepts beyond the confines of a math textbook. Designed for students who have taken or are currently taking Algebra 2 — and are curious to dig deeper into the world of math!

Class: Tuesdays, 6PM – 7PM

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Chess for Beginners

Instructor: Griffin Bur

Want to learn how to play chess? This course is designed to help newcomers understand the fundamentals of chess in a welcoming and engaging community. From opening moves to checkmate, we’ve got you covered!

7/8 graders: TBD

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Intro to Poetic Forms

Instructor: Hannah Blaser

This course is an introduction to poetic forms — sonnets, haikus, free verse, limericks, odes, and more. Students will read, interpret, write, and share poems through a variety of activities. No experience with poetry is necessary or expected for this course.

7/8 graders: Wednesdays, 5PM – 6PM

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Poetry Workshop

Instructor: Hannah Blaser

This course is focused on poetry writing. Students will create poems using various techniques, forms, and inspirations. Students will also be encouraged to share their pieces and will learn workshopping skills. No experience with poetry is necessary.

9/10 graders: Wednesdays, 6PM – 7PM

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Conversational Spanish

Instructor: Allyson Forseth

This course is designed to increase students’ confidence and comfort in speaking Spanish. It will provide students with the knowledge, vocabulary, and linguistic structures necessary to describe, respond, and ask questions with more ease and fluency.

Spanish Levels 3 & 4: Thursdays, 5PM – 6PM
Spanish Levels 5 & 6: Thursdays, 6PM – 7PM

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