Co-curricular activities engage students. Students can contribute and develop leadership skills through participation in service learning and after-school activities such as clubs and athletics. These activities enable students to be more self-directed, allow them to explore areas of interest and provide opportunities to experience success.
AOWL offers several co-curricular activities throughout the school year. Questions regarding co-curricular activities can be directed to: Kaitlin Walsh, Activities Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
See something your child might be interested in? We choose co-curricular activities based on our students strengths and interests, so let us know!
Winter 2019 Club Offerings – Session 3
NOTE: All clubs run from 3:10 pm-4:10 pm on the dates listed above.
If you would like to volunteer to assist with a club, contact email@example.com
Please see current offerings below
Each Monday, January 28th – May 20th
$240 for 2 sessions
Designed to enable students to experience modern dance as an art form. This will be done through class participation and discussions on various elements of modern dance. The student will learn basic technique, elementary choreographic fundamentals, and an appreciation of dance. Registration for both sessions is required due to practice for the performance at the end of the school year.
Chess and Board Game Club
Each Monday, January 28th- March 25th.
In chess and board game club, students will gain knowledge, patience, strategy and understanding of chess. If chess isn’t your thing, we have dozens of other board games to choose from. Eric Bell will instruct all interested students in chess while we simultaneously play a variety of other games.
Each Tuesday, January 29th- March 26th.
$130 or $240 for 2 sessions.
Drama club is dedicated to bringing the joy and power of Drama to students by providing high-quality dramatic programming at the beginner and intermediate levels. Students will experience the excitement and rewards of theatre arts while developing poise, social skills, confidence and the ability to work with others. All members are introduced to both the theory and practice of drama as part of their programming. It is recommended that students possess basic reading skills to participate.
Each Wednesday, January 30th – March 27th.
Students will use a variety of coding tools such as Ozobots, Scratch, and Kodu to learn block coding. Students will learn to think creatively as they program stories, games, animations, and robots. Beginners welcome.
Each Thursday, January 31st – May 23rd.
3rd – 12th grade.
$270 (2 sessions)
Students will learn to play basketball while practicing teamwork, sportsmanship, and strategy. We will partner with Breck to create Unified Special Olympics Teams. To register with Special Olympics, visit http://
Each Thursday, January 31st – May 28th.
$130 or $240 for 2 sessions.
Choir club is a performing group that gives a sense of belonging, fosters an appreciation for music, and raises school spirit. Students learn vocal warm-up techniques, practice a variety of songs, and perform at school events such as the Minds of All Kinds Breakfast.
Tae Kwon Do
Each Friday, February 1st – March 29th.
Martial arts combines physical and mental training in a holistic synergy of mind-body coordination. Students will learn overall skill, character development, and movement patterning in each class taught by our very own Ms. Hannah who spent 5 years teaching Tae Kwon Do (Korean martial arts) and Mixed Martial Arts. This club will not include contact sparring.
*Club Scholarships are available. Please contact Kaitlin Walsh for more information.
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For questions or assistance contact firstname.lastname@example.org.