Now enrolling for the 2023-2024 school year! Endeavor Plus offers currently enrolled students ages 2-9 the opportunity to engage in four on-site activities: Art, Dance Stars, Soccer+ and Introduction to STEM.
Art (Ages 2-6)
Art class is an opportunity to create and learn as they experience a journey of forming their ideas and creations. Our teachers guide students through projects in every class to build their ability to create and construct. These fantastic lessons stimulate children’s creativity and encourage them to explore – all while having lots of FUN!
Dance Stars Year 2 (Ages 3-6)
Our dancers are going all out with TOT-HOP! Dancers will learn how to build their rhythm and coordination by learning a combination of classic and contemporary dance moves heavily influenced by jazz and fun! There will be a terrific performance right before the holiday break, and then we’ll set our sights on the big finale in May, where the dancers will show off everything they’ve learned!
Soccer+ Year 2 (Ages 3-6)
Our GOAL in Soccer Plus is to teach students the fundamental knowledge and skills they’ll need to play and develop in various sports. We start with soccer but will also learn about baseball, tennis, golf, football, and more! For our returning friends, we’ll improve our skills and use that as a foundation for learning even more. For our friends under 3, we dabble in soccer while also working hard on balance and coordination.
Introduction to STEM Year 2 (Ages 3-9)
All new projects and learning! The sooner children can become acquainted with STEM in a structured and directed manner, the more they will be able to flourish with it. Our tested curriculum has proven successful with young children, giving your child an introduction to groundbreaking fields they will need to excel in an increasingly competitive and exciting world. This year, students will expand their knowledge in the following areas:
- Computer Essentials
- …and more!!
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