What extra-curricular activities (including sports) are available at this school? Have your children participated in these activities? What activities do you feel are missing at the school?

Elementary had after school classes 4x a week that changed each trimester based on what teachers or parents wanted to offer--everything from free reading and free playground play to chess, Lego, cooking, bike riding, art, etc. The selection for K was lacking as many classes didn't want the youngest kids in them. My daughter took a cooking class one trimester that was really mostly creating sweets (I was hoping there would be more meal type foods and less desserts, but she did like it) and she did Lego one trimester (free play with Lego). Third trimester there weren't any appealing classes for her. Tuesdays had swimming lessons at an extra cost. Drama put on plays 1-2x a year. At the elementary level I felt their offerings were fine. - Feb 2020

Great after school activities year-round. They change every trimester. There is basketball, soccer, chess, swimming, the school play, lego club, pottery, strings, chorus, etc. etc. We have enjoyed all of the after school activities. The swim team used to be great until they let go the beloved coach of over 20 years. Now more than ever the swim team is overrun by locals. It is annoying to see all of the American parents volunteer to time at the swim meet while the locals sit in the sun and watch their children swim and win all of the medals. - Feb 2017

Yes, basketball, hockey, rugby, swimming, skateboarding etc - Jan 2011

yes - Jun 2010

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