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Enrichment programs and classes for children ages 6 and up promote academic excellence and develop personality, talents, and self-esteem.

Math for Me

Levels 2 & 3

Our program builds your child's math skills in a fun, engaging environment. The program is based on the Montessori approach. The curriculum is featuring higher critical thinking, problem-solving strategies, and competition prep. 1-3 graders

Clay Exploration

Our Clay Exploration class uses clay and other sensory materials to help children develop invaluable life, social and academic skills. Guided and free play opportunities maximize learning and engagement.

Thursdays 4.30-5.30pm, 5.30-6.30pm


Build, code, and learn with LEGO WeDo! In this class, children will explore the exciting world of robotics and coding in a hands-on, exploratory manner. Your child will develop thinking skills and problem solving. Ages 5+


Pop Singing

A new unique program helps young pop-singers to feel confident in their voice, develops a singing technique, and as result initiates them to write songs and create their own melodies.


Essay writing, reading comprehension, grammar, critical thinking, and debating. We will virtually travel to different countries, become scientists or musicians, and read books from all over the world.


In our STEAM & Coding program, kids gain valuable technology and life skills. We use adventure, hands-on play and activities to make coding fun and engaging.

Ages 5-8, Wednesdays 6-7pm

Ages 4-6, Wednesdays 3.45-4.45pm

Papier Mache

Children learn essential skills through sensory exploration and artistic expression in the Papier Mache class.

This class is a project-based program.

Ages 5-10 years old.

 Program goals

  • Uncover children’s talents and gifts

  • Ignite innate curiosity by exploring the world around

  • Explore creative expression through a variety of art forms

  • Develop knowledge through experimentation

  • Expanding children’s awareness and understanding of the world and their place in it

  • Teach how to be “global citizens” by influencing kids’ interest in discovering different cultures and customs

  • Build an understanding about complexity of the world