Please keep in mind that not every class listed will be available every year. Please see our current schedule for the classes that will be offered in the upcoming school year. Please note that classes for our younger students will be located at LWG and for our older students LWGC.
We would like everyone to join us each day for Bible. This is a FREE and required class, we are going to studying a great missionary of the past in an exciting story telling way. As well as digging into the Bible to learn that with Christ we can be over comers.
Location: LWG & LWGC
Study hall is a period in which your student does not have a class. This is a time for homework or a "brain break". Material will be available for this to be a time of learning, but will not be closely supervised.
Location: LWG & LWGC
This class is for ages 8-12.
Group A: The goal of this course is to introduce students with little or no knowledge of the Spanish language to basic vocabulary, some grammar, literacy, and conversational skills. Students will be expected to learn words from various vocabulary lists and practice them orally in class.
They will learn and understand basic conversational themes about everyday events. Students will familiarize themselves with different Spanish cultures through hands-on activities, visual aids (power points, videos, music), and presentations.
Students in group B: in this group, students will still do basic reviews with group A but will have more challenging work since this will be their second year in this class.
Tutor: Alejandra Zuniga-Stonesifer
Price: $600 and $25 class fee
Soccer and basketball are fall & spring classes and are basic P.E. classes involving basic skills development and just plain fun. They are a pass/fail grade.
First aid is a late fall-winter part of the class and covers all basic first aid course information, however, it is not a certified class so no certification is given at the end, but it is still taught with all the information of any first aid class. It is a graded class.
Tutor: Mark Donegan
In Pursuit of Excellence
You can turn challenges into opportunities in every part of your life so that you can succeed in your sport, school, profession and relationships.
THE MAKING OF CHAMPIONS Kids will participate in a variety of well-structured activities that develop stability, fundamental movement skills and overall motor skills including agility, balance, and coordination.Emphasizes sportsmanship, value curriculum, and leadership principles, boxing teaches discipline and respect in a structured environment. Confidence & Self-Esteem There is a wealth of benefits that come from healthy self-confidence from helping…
Tutor: Coach Derrick Bostic
Class Size: 8 Students
Join us for a super fun filled year of Gaga ball, Capture the Flag, and other PE games students love. In addition, we will build our own obstacle courses, walk and do our personal best to reach our full potential physically.
Health will also be woven in throughout the year.
Tutor: Renee Bollas
Art & Craft activities are entertaining and at the same time beneficial to children in many ways. It helps
them with decision making abilities, improves concentration, boosts their self-confidence, increases
their problem-solving abilities, and improves their overall academic performance. This class is designed
to help children build their confidence through creativity and observational skills. Children will craft
projects using a variety of art making techniques and mediums. They will be introduced to works by
great artists from around the world to enrich their knowledge on art history. They will be encouraged to
enjoy the creative process, placing more importance on the act of creating than the final result.
Tutor: Gretchen Karl
Price: $600 + $50 supply fee
Join us for improv, skits, and readers theater. We will be working on stage presence, reading fluency, and ways to become a better actor. If you are looking towards Broadway one day or simply wanting to stretch your acting chops, then this class is for you.
Performances will take place monthly during school, Saturday Markets (a few times throughout the year) and during Christmas.
P.S. Readers Theater may increase your confidence, reading ability, and you also may end up with a few new friends too.
Mondays after school from 3:15-4:15 and a few additional days (maybe Friday or Saturday) to prepare for our Christmas production.
Tutor: Kelly Blackman
Zoe Life is a social communications class designed for children with special needs and learning differences of every kind. Each child is welcomed and cherished. We desire each child to reach their God given potential.
Every person is made up of three things: Body, Soul and Spirit. Zoe Life will spend time on all three in each session.
Body-Each child has intellectual and physical needs. We will stimulate your child’s intellectual needs using various crafts and fun learning activities while also encouraging them to express themselves with words. We will encourage making eye contact, attending to a task, requesting, initiating, asking for help, expressing ideas and frustrations using words, turn taking, sharing and problem solving. We will work on one, two and three step directions. We will also teach how our behavior directly affects others. Various toys will be available for pretend play to develop abstract thinking.
Soul-We have emotional needs. Every child will be showered with love and acceptance. We understand our children are sometimes disruptive and uncooperative; we use these opportunities to teach alternative behaviors.
Spirit-We have spiritual needs. The Word of God is incorporated into absolutely everything we do. It is the power behind the growth we want to see.
Children tend to be more self-centered rather than others centered. We seek to change that.
Careful discipline in self control will be a main focus.
We’ll lead them to use the "JOY” method…
What will this group produce in your child? Galatians 5:22 The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
God is love! The more that God’s Word flows through your child, the more of these qualities you will begin to see! Joy will be produced in their heart when they find out it is much more fun to play with others than alone. Peace is produced deep inside despite outward circumstances and appearances. Patience is produced when we learn how to take turns and share. Kindness is produced when we learn that our behavior directly affects the feelings of others; making them happy or sad. Goodness is produced when we learn to obey our parents because God said so! Faithfulness is produced as we learn to never give up; we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us! Gentleness is produced as we learn consideration for others. Putting others before ourselves is pleasing to God. Self-control is produced when we learn to control our emotions and respond appropriately to others.
We will learn how our behavior directly affects other people’s feelings; and how they interact, respond and ultimately decide if they will be friends with us or not. We will encourage the use of language at all times to communicate our feelings of fear, frustration and anger.
Zoe is the Greek word for “life.” John 1:4 In Him was life [Zoe], and the life was the light of men.
Tutor: Renee Bollas
Course will cover basic computer operations (Hardware and Operating System). Learning basic computer history and what actually is happening. Hardware definitions including overview of computer peripherals (mouse, keyboard, monitory), internal hardware (CPU, hard disk drives, RAM, fans)
Overview of computer operating system basics will include
- directory structure and navigation
- file permissions
- text editing
- command line interfaces
- file manager and useful applications
- program installation and configurations
- script programming (shell/bash)
- password security and user accounts
Tutor: Ron Jensen
For ages 4-10 Beginning piano lessons are offered. For ages 4-6 the goal will be to have 2 15 minute lesson each week. We will do our best to try to fit them in during their time at school, sometimes it works for them in between classes, during lunch, and etc. Let us know if you are interested we will look at how it would fit in your students schedule. We treat this as a private lesson and not a regular class. You can pay for the classes monthly or weekly. If your student misses you are still required to pay for the weekly lesson, however grace will be extended if you find your little one is not ready for lessons yet. Material: You will need to purchase a piano book, teacher will provide detail Requirements: Piano or keyboard to practice. Younger students often need parents to sit with them to practice. Student will not benefit from lessons without practice.
Tutor: Shelby Dillon
Price: $15 week
Beginning piano lessons