Take a look at our upcoming classes. Sign your child up and join our parent orientation.
Children show up ready to learn. We have designed engaging workshops to keep their creative juices flowing while having fun.
Kids work together and submit their work. Soon it'll be time to recognize their work and celebrate.
What Stories Will They Write?
Long ago, when people were more energetic and didn’t have screens to stare at all day, there was a village. People in this village were active and cheerful. There lived two terrific, talented, thrill loving twins, Jumper and Jumpy. They were always jumping around everywhere.
One day Jumper and Jumpy were playing in their front yard when Jumpy abruptly said that she could jump higher than Jumper. Jumper countered by saying he could easily jump much higher than her...
- A snippet of a story from a fourth-grade child
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I register my child to join the session?
To register your child for any upcoming sessions, please visit this registration page. There you can look through all the upcoming classes. Click on "Join The Classes" button and follow the instructions.
Can I register by using my child's email address?
Please do not share children's email addresses either during registration or for any of the activities during the sessions. Only parents' or legal guardians' email address should be used for all correspondences.
How does the program work?
Will there be quizzes and tests?
There will be no quizzes and tests. But there will be preassigned reading and subsequent submissions. Children will likely require a few hours every week to complete their assignments.
What's the expected class size?
The expected class size is between 10-12 kids.
Do you encourage parents to be with the children during the sessions?
Parent participation during ongoing sessions isn't mandatory, but we highly encourage parents to join the sessions as observers and help their children where they need help.
What's the code of conduct policy?
It's quite simple. We expect children to respect their teachers and be courteous to others. Kids who are disruptive or otherwise engage in inappropriate behavior will be removed from a session or they may be removed from the entire program.