Students and teacher dancing

After School Specials

After School Specials offer children an opportunity to explore new activities, develop a deeper understanding about topics of interest and enjoy more time with friends in a supervised environment. 

Dance

Introduction to Dance, Ballet and Creative Movement: Session I, Ages 3-7
The objective of the class is to develop appreciation for music and dance. Additionally, the class will facilitate the development of motor control, flexibility, and balance for participating children. Instructor Tricia Sundbeck has an extensive and varied background in dance, including soloist for The Cincinnati Ballet Company, principal with the Sacramento Ballet Company, and several other companies. The classes are designed for participation by both boys and girls. No special clothing is required. There will be a small performance at the end of each session. More information here.
Dates: Tuesdays, September 10 to December 10 from 3:15 to 4:05 p.m.
Fee: $280 for 14 weeks
Location: Montessori Library

Introduction to Dance, Ballet and Creative Movement: Session II, Ages 3-7
The objective of the class is to develop appreciation for music and dance. Additionally, the class will facilitate the development of motor control, flexibility, and balance for participating children. Instructor Tricia Sundbeck has an extensive and varied background in dance, including soloist for The Cincinnati Ballet Company, principal with the Sacramento Ballet Company, and several other companies. The classes are designed for participation by both boys and girls. No special clothing is required. There will be a small performance at the end of each session. More information here.
Dates: Tuesdays, January 7 to March 10 from 3:15 to 4:05 p.m. No class when school is not in session.
Fee: $200 for 10 weeks
Location: Montessori Library

Introduction to Dance, Ballet and Creative Movement: Session III, Ages 3-7
The objective of the class is to develop appreciation for music and dance. Additionally, the class will facilitate the development of motor control, flexibility, and balance for participating children. Instructor Tricia Sundbeck has an extensive and varied background in dance, including soloist for The Cincinnati Ballet Company, principal with the Sacramento Ballet Company, and several other companies. The classes are designed for participation by both boys and girls. No special clothing is required. There will be a small performance at the end of each session. More information here.
Dates: Tuesdays, March 17 to May 19 from 3:15 to 4:05 p.m. No class on early dismissal days or when class is not in session.
Fee: $180 for 9 weeks
Location: Montessori Library

Cooking

Pre-School Kids Can Cook! Cooking & Food Exploration: Session I
New Leaf Kitchen is an exciting new non-profit, bringing their one-of-a-kind cooking and food exploration series to the lucky students of The Summit. The classes offer real-life food experiences to help pre-school age children understand where food comes from, teach them how to prepare it, make healthy eating fun, and encourage food exploration with all five senses. Educating about food from the root-up, students will learn about seed-cycles, gardening, sustainable living, mindful nutrition, and cooking safety. Physical, social, language/arts, and cognitive learning skills all transcend the kitchen. We will turn even the pickiest eaters into food lovers with our engaging approach. While nurturing all domains of learning, we embrace the whole food process, not processed foods - and truly believe that all kids can cook.
Ages: 3-6
Mondays: 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.  
Dates: September 9 to December 9
Fee: $400 for 15 weeks
Class is limited to the first 15 registrants.

Kids Can Cook! Cooking & Food Exploration: Session I
New Leaf Kitchen is an exciting new non-profit, bringing their one-of-a-kind cooking and food exploration series to the lucky students of The Summit. The classes offer real-life food experiences to help pre-school age children understand where food comes from, teach them how to prepare it, make healthy eating fun, and encourage food exploration with all five senses. Educating about food from the root-up, students will learn about seed-cycles, gardening, sustainable living, mindful nutrition, and cooking safety. Physical, social, language/arts, and cognitive learning skills all transcend the kitchen. We will turn even the pickiest eaters into food lovers with our engaging approach. While nurturing all domains of learning, we embrace the whole food process, not processed foods - and truly believe that all kids can cook.
Ages: 7-12
Mondays: 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. 
Dates: September 9 to December 9
Fee: $400 for 15 weeks
Class is limited to the first 15 registrants. 

Pre-School Kids Can Cook! Cooking & Food Exploration: Session II
New Leaf Kitchen is an exciting new non-profit, bringing their one-of-a-kind cooking and food exploration series to the lucky students of The Summit. The classes offer real-life food experiences to help pre-school age children understand where food comes from, teach them how to prepare it, make healthy eating fun, and encourage food exploration with all five senses. Educating about food from the root-up, students will learn about seed-cycles, gardening, sustainable living, mindful nutrition, and cooking safety. Physical, social, language/arts, and cognitive learning skills all transcend the kitchen. We will turn even the pickiest eaters into food lovers with our engaging approach. While nurturing all domains of learning, we embrace the whole food process, not processed foods - and truly believe that all kids can cook.
Ages: 3-6
Mondays: 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. 
Dates: January 13 to March 9
Fee: $215 for 8 weeks
Class is limited to the first 15 registrants.

Kids Can Cook! Cooking & Food Exploration: Session II
New Leaf Kitchen is an exciting new non-profit, bringing their one-of-a-kind cooking and food exploration series to the lucky students of The Summit. The classes offer real-life food experiences to help pre-school age children understand where food comes from, teach them how to prepare it, make healthy eating fun, and encourage food exploration with all five senses. Educating about food from the root-up, students will learn about seed-cycles, gardening, sustainable living, mindful nutrition, and cooking safety. Physical, social, language/arts, and cognitive learning skills all transcend the kitchen. We will turn even the pickiest eaters into food lovers with our engaging approach. While nurturing all domains of learning, we embrace the whole food process, not processed foods - and truly believe that all kids can cook.
Ages: 7-12
Mondays: 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. 
Dates: January 13 to March 9
Fee: $215 for 8 weeks
Class is limited to the first 15 registrants.

Pre-School Kids Can Cook! Cooking & Food Exploration: Session III
New Leaf Kitchen is an exciting new non-profit, bringing their one-of-a-kind cooking and food exploration series to the lucky students of The Summit. The classes offer real-life food experiences to help pre-school age children understand where food comes from, teach them how to prepare it, make healthy eating fun, and encourage food exploration with all five senses. Educating about food from the root-up, students will learn about seed-cycles, gardening, sustainable living, mindful nutrition, and cooking safety. Physical, social, language/arts, and cognitive learning skills all transcend the kitchen. We will turn even the pickiest eaters into food lovers with our engaging approach. While nurturing all domains of learning, we embrace the whole food process, not processed foods - and truly believe that all kids can cook.
Ages: 3-6
Mondays: 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.  
Dates: March 16 to May 18 (no class April 13)
Fee: $240 for 9 weeks
Class is limited to the first 15 registrants.

Kids Can Cook! Cooking & Food Exploration: Session III
New Leaf Kitchen is an exciting new non-profit, bringing their one-of-a-kind cooking and food exploration series to the lucky students of The Summit. The classes offer real-life food experiences to help pre-school age children understand where food comes from, teach them how to prepare it, make healthy eating fun, and encourage food exploration with all five senses. Educating about food from the root-up, students will learn about seed-cycles, gardening, sustainable living, mindful nutrition, and cooking safety. Physical, social, language/arts, and cognitive learning skills all transcend the kitchen. We will turn even the pickiest eaters into food lovers with our engaging approach. While nurturing all domains of learning, we embrace the whole food process, not processed foods - and truly believe that all kids can cook.
Ages: 7-12
Mondays: 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. 
Dates: March 16 to May 18 (no class April 13)
Fee: $240 for 9 weeks
Class is limited to the first 15 registrants. 

Martial Arts

Introduction to Martial Arts – Session I
Introduction to Martial Arts will begin Thursday, Sept. 12. Ultimate Leadership Martial Arts, under the guidance of Madison Mershad, will provide a 12-week introduction to Martial Arts. Each week, students will balance between gross motor skill development drills and learning mental/safety skills. The students will learn the importance of earning rewards through focusing and working on this fun and educational curriculum. The classes are designed for participation by both boys and girls. No special clothing is required
 
Session I: Ages 3-7
Dates: September 12 to December 12 (no class 10/17 or 11/28)
Time: 3:15-4:15 p.m. Children staying for Extended Day Care will be walked over to the Extended Day Care after class when needed. 
Fees: $280 for 12 weeks
Location: Montessori Library, Lower School

Class is limited to the first 15 registrants per group. To guarantee a class we need an enrollment of 10 students.  Outside friends of Summit are welcome.  No refunds will be given after the first class.

Introduction to Martial Arts – Session II
Introduction to Martial Arts Session II will begin Thursday, Jan. 16.  Ultimate Leadership Martial Arts, under the guidance of Madison Mershad, will provide a 12-week introduction to Martial Arts. Each week, students will balance between gross motor skill development drills and learning mental/safety skills. The students will learn the importance of earning rewards through focusing and working on this fun and educational curriculum. The classes are designed for participation by both boys and girls. No special clothing is required
 
Session II: Ages 3-7
Dates: January 16 to March 12
Time: 3:15-4:15 p.m. Children staying for Extended Day Care will be walked over to the Extended Day Care after class when needed. 
Fees: $210 for 9 weeks
Location: Montessori Library, Lower School
Class is limited to the first 15 registrants per group. To guarantee a class we need an enrollment of 10 students.  Outside friends of Summit are welcome.  No refunds will be given after the first class.

Introduction to Martial Arts – Session III
Introduction to Martial Arts Session III will begin Thursday, March 19. Ultimate Leadership Martial Arts, under the guidance of Madison Mershad, will be providing a 12-week introduction to Martial Arts. Each week, students will balance between gross motor skill development drills and learning mental/safety skills. The students will learn the importance of earning rewards through focusing and working on this fun and educational curriculum. 
The classes are designed for participation by both boys and girls. No special clothing is required

Session I: Ages 3-7
Dates: March 19 to May 14 (no class April 16)
Time: 3:15-4:15 p.m. Children staying for Extended Day Care will be walked over to the Extended Day Care after class when needed. 
Fees: $190 for 8 weeks
Location: Montessori Library, Lower School
Class is limited to the first 15 registrants per group. To guarantee a class we need an enrollment of 10 students.  Outside friends of Summit are welcome.  No refunds will be given after the first class.

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