CHAMPs Homeschool Co-op CHAMPs Homeschool Co-op CHAMPs Homeschool Co-op CHAMPs Homeschool Co-op CHAMPs Homeschool Co-op CHAMPs Homeschool Co-op
 

2019 - 2020 Class Descriptions (except math and science)

Art Classes

Young Artists

This is an exciting early art experience for beginning creative minds! We will explore many different mediums: acrylic paint, pastels, charcoals, collage and some clay and other sculpture materials. Students will be exposed to famous artists and their amazing styles of creating. Each year will bring new and exciting projects and a different focus, so new and returning budding artists are encouraged to join us for a great year.

INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Gilles

AGE: 6 - 8 years

MIN/MAX: 6 students/16 students

CLASS FEE: $30/month per student, 1st child…$25/month per student, 2nd and 3rd child

MAT’L FEE: $25 Aug / $25 Jan

Supplies to buy (all for homework at home; supplies in class are provided for with the material fee): Sketchbook (for homework to bring to class), set of markers, set of soft pastels, artist pencils (2B - 6B), a set of colored pencils (prismacolor), kneaded eraser. (All supplies can be purchased at Michael's or Hobby Lobby). Teacher will supply all paper, paint, canvas, and other 3-D materials for in class use.

Drawing and Design

This class is a wonderful opportunity for new and returning students to explore the basic principles of good drawing as well as have exposure to different art mediums such as acrylic and watercolor paint, pastel, charcoal print making and other 3-D materials such as clay or paper mache. Each year we have a new focus and work with materials in new and exciting ways. Join us for a great year of artistic discovery!!

INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Gilles

AGE: 9 - 12 years

MIN/MAX: 6 students/18 students

CLASS FEE: $30/month per student, 1st child…$25/month per student, 2nd and 3rd child

MAT’L FEE: $25 Aug / $25 Jan

Supplies to buy to use at home for homework (supplies for class projects are provided for with the material fee): Sketchbook (to use for homework that will be shown in class), drawing artist pencils (2B-6B), set of colored pencils (prismacolor), kneaded eraser, gum eraser, 1 black line fine line sharpie marker, 1 box of soft or med. vines charcoals, box of soft pastels (not oils). (All supplies can be purchases at Hobby Lobby or Michaels). Teacher will supply all paper, paints, canvas, and 3-D materials used in class.

 

Art Studio Class

This is a class designed for intermediate and beginning students who are teachable to grow in their drawing skills as well as explore different exciting mediums such as pastels, acrylic paint, print making, charcoal, pen and ink and some 3-D materials such as clay and paper mache, etc. We will learn from master artists and explore more contemporary art themes. Students have an opportunity to work at their own pace on the varying projects that are offered to enjoy the creative process and product! Each year we will have a new and exciting focus, so both new returning students are encouraged to join us to find their creative niche!

INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Gilles

AGE: 13 years and up

MIN/MAX: 8 students / 20 students.

CLASS FEE: $30/month per student, 1st child…$25/month per student, 2nd and 3rd child

MAT’L FEE: $25 Aug / $25 Jan

Supplies to buy: Sketchbook (for homework), drawing artist pencils (2B-6B), set of colored pencils (prismacolor), kneaded eraser, gum eraser, 1 black line fine line sharpie marker, 1 box of soft or med. vines charcoals, box of soft pastels (not oils). (All supplies can be purchases at Hobby Lobby or Michaels.) Teacher will supply all paper, paints, canvas, and 3-D materials.

Early Childhood/Early Elementary Education Classes

PreK Creative Workshop

The Early Childhood Circle of Friends is a preschool program for children with moderate to severe special needs and children without special needs in a developmentally appropriate preschool class.

The program curriculum is structured using developmentally appropriate practices that emphasize cognitive, language, social and emotional growth, with respect to each child’s unique learning ability. With a special focus on hands-on activities and play, the program provides a naturalistic early childhood environment that is rich in language and literacy experiences, integrating art and music, and recognizes children as active learners. Classes meet one day a week, Mondays.

INSTRUCTOR: Jenny Neal

AGE: Approx 3 - 5 years

TIME: 9:30 - 12:00 pm

MIN/MAX: 3 / 10

CLASS FEE: $35.00 per student, monthly

MAT’L FEE: $25.00 in September/ $25 in January

Fun with Legos: 5-10 years

Students will learn about all aspects of LEGO building. They will work cooperatively to build and present creations. They will also have FUN together through LEGO games and activities. Fees used to purchase Lego buckets will come home with your student on the last class. The suggested age range is merely a guide. The free play mixed with OT interaction with Legos is the objective. Please contact me if you have any questions,brandisulak@gmail.com.

INSTRUCTOR: Brandi Sulak

MIN/MAX: 4 students/12 students

CLASS FEE: $10/month

MAT’L FEE: $20 in September

Jr. Literature/Five in a Row

Let's explore all kinds of topics of interest to 5 - 8 year olds, with a good grounding in social studies, language arts, art, math, and science! We will use material from the "Five in a Row" series for the classes, and use this model with other books. This involves reading a well-written children's picture book aloud for 2 weeks in a row of class, and intentionally expanding on different subject areas that come up naturally in the story. If you choose to read the book at home again, your child will teach YOU what they learned! You can also reinforce their learning with the summary of what we covered and handouts given each week.

As an example, when we read the story How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World, by Marjorie Priceman, we might use the story to learn about the different countries the character travels to in the book and play a geography memory game in the area of social studies; use the story to talk about the use of repetition and humor in writing/language arts; look at the medium used and the use of complementary colors for art; practice measuring dry and liquid ingredients for math; do an experiment to see what happens when salt water is left to evaporate and talk about healthy eating choices for science; and of course eat some homemade apple pie for fun!

INSTRUCTOR: Val Stevens

AGE: 5 to 8 years

MIN/MAX: 5 students/8 students

CLASS FEE: $15/month per student

MATERIALS FEE: $15 August / $15 January

 

Lego League Robotics Class

This is a beginning robotics course utilizing Lego Power Functions, Lego We-Do, and Mindstorm systems and various Lego Robotics materials. The objective of this course is to introduce the student to basic beginning programing as well as problem solving strategies and to design, develop and compete in robotic activities and challenges. This course will involve students in the development, building and programming of a LEGO Mindstorm robot.

 Students will work hands-on in teams to design, build, program and document their progress. This class will also encourage teamwork and collaboration in groups and teams. Topics may include motor control, gear ratios, basic engineering concepts, use of sensors, timing, programming loops, design process, and decision-making. Student designed robots will be programmed to compete in various challenges as developed by FIRST Lego League. This class will provide motivation for students to continue in computer science and engineering classes.

INSTRUCTOR: Cathy Jones-Endres

Ages:  8 - 12 yos

Min/Max:  5 / 10 

Fee:  $25 / month

Materials:  TBD

 

Foreign Language Classes

Beginning Spanish for Junior High (5th-8th grade)

This class is designed to continue the foundation of Spanish laid in Beginning Spanish for Children (Grades 3-6) and prepare children for more serious language study. A workbook text is introduced (Basic Spanish), and because it is different material from previous Spanish classes, both beginners and students with previous exposure to Spanish can start this class and do well.

We will learn about 20 new vocabulary words in each weekly lesson, as well as digging into basic Spanish grammar. We will enjoy cultural activities, play games and do projects, all while strengthening conversational skills. There are 2 to 3 pages of homework each week (about 30-60 minutes a week). The vocabulary is also available on quizlet.com to practice as further reinforcement. This class is recommended as the best starting point for older elementary students or junior/senior high students who desire a less formal study of Spanish. This class is offered on alternating years.

INSTRUCTOR: Arlene Hardman

AGE: 5+

MIN / MAX: 4 students / 15 students

CLASS FEE: $25/month per student

MAT’L FEE: $30 Aug (includes cost of book, photocopies, and craft/food/culture materials)

 

Spanish 1

No prerequisite. This high-school level course uses DESCUBRE 1 from the highly-acclaimed Vista Higher Learning publishers and will include instruction in reading and writing, with a special concentration on Spanish conversation. The instructor will speak in Spanish during much of the class. Students will be expected to complete 3 to 4 hours of homework per week, the majority of it being submitted online. When class requirements are met, the student can earn one credit of high-school foreign language.

 

Instructor: Jim Hardman

Age: Ideally suited for 7th grade and up, with allowance made for diligent 6th graders.

Maximum: 16 students

Fee: $30 per month (2nd child in the family is $25/month; 3rd child is $20/month).

Parents are welcomed to sit in on the class at no charge. There will be no monthly instructor fee for any student who already took Spanish 1 at CHAMPS and who wishes to repeat the class.

Material Fee: Likely $15, due in September. Exact amount still TBD.

Textbook Fee: The textbook is DESCUBRE 1, published by Vista Higher Learning, © 2017, by Jose Blanco, and includes three years of online access that covers pronunciation of vocabulary, grammar drills, studies on culture, and self-testing. The same textbook will be used for the beginning of Spanish 2. Each student will need his own book and online access. The textbook and 3 years of online access are part of a package that needs to be ordered through the instructor for the excellent discounted price of approximately $115.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Moving forward into future academic years, the tentative plan is to offer Spanish 1 at CHAMPS in alternating years, and not every year.

OPTIONAL: Instructor is looking into the possibility of taking a group of Spanish students to Mexico or some Spanish-speaking country for one week in the summer of 2020. (This would be a missions/service opportunity that would require the student to raise his own support; students who are 15 and younger, as of June 2020, are only allowed to go if accompanied by a parent or grandparent).

Spanish 2:

Prerequisite: Spanish 1 or its equivalent. Using the same university-level textbook as level 1, this high-school level course will build upon level 1 and will continue to develop reading, writing, and oral skills. The teacher will speak in Spanish for the majority of the class time, and students will be required to do the same during class time. Students will be expected to complete at least 4 hours of homework per week, including correcting their own homework. When class requirements are met, the student will earn one credit of high-school foreign language.

Instructor: Arlene Hardman

Age: Ideally suited for 8th grade and up, with allowance made for diligent 7th graders.

Maximum: 12 students

Fee: $30 per month (2nd child in the family is $25 per month)

Material Fee: $25 in September.

  1. Fee: No textbook fee – students will use the same text as that used in Level 1 Spanish. Students will be asked to obtain a copy of a Spanish-English Bilingual Bible. (Cost will be no more than $26 and will be paid directly to the teacher; more information will follow during the months prior to the start of class.)

Spanish 3

Prerequisite: Spanish 2 or its equivalent.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Students who plan to enroll in Spanish 3 for the 2019-2020 academic year will need to meet with the instructor for two 90-minute instructional sessions. The first one will cover chapter 5 of DESCUBRE 2 and will take place at CHAMPS in the afternoon of either Monday, May 13th or Monday, May 20th. The second 90-minute session will cover chapter 6 and will take place at a home in mid-August of 2019. Very little homework will be assigned for these two chapters, but students will be expected to learn the material and submit a chapter exam.

In September 2019, the class will begin with chapter 7 of the DESCUBRE 2 textbook. After several months, the class will then continue with the next textbook in the series, DESCUBRE 3, which includes few new grammatical concepts, but, rather, reviews the grammar from Spanish 1 and 2, and will contain a strong emphasis on development of reading, writing, and oral skills.

The teacher will speak in Spanish for 90% of the class time, and students will be required to do the same during class time. Students will be expected to complete at least 4 hours of homework per week, the majority of it being submitted online. When class requirements are met, the student will earn one credit of high-school foreign language.

Instructors: Jim Hardman

Age: Ideally suited for 9th grade and up, with allowance made for 8th graders.

Minimum: 8 students

Fee: $30 per month (2nd child in the family is $25 per month). Parents are welcomed to sit in on the class at no charge.

Material Fee: Likely $15, due in September. Exact amount still TBD.

Textbook Fee: The textbook (DESCUBRE 3, © 2017) and 3 years of online access are part of a package that needs to be ordered through the instructor for the excellent discounted price of approximately $115. Used books cost more than buying a brand-new textbook package. Each student will need his own book and online access.

OPTIONAL: In May and June of 2020, if there is enough interest, a special class with be offered to Spanish 3 students to help them prepare for the Spanish Language CLEP exam, if they choose to take the CLEP exam. The location and time for this 4-week class (90 minutes per session) will be determined in 2018. The total cost for the CLEP class will be $30 per student. Students who have taken Spanish 3 have had great success on the CLEP exam.

OPTIONAL: Instructor is looking into the possibility of taking a group of Spanish students to Mexico or some Spanish-speaking country for one week in the summer of 2020. (This would be a missions/service opportunity that would require the student to raise his own support; students who are 15 and younger, as of June 2020, are only allowed to go if accompanied by a parent or grandparent).

 

Classical Latin 1

Latin is the foundation for study of the English language and is the perfect springboard to other languages. Students who know Latin perform higher on Standardized tests than any other category of student. Latin is useful for improving vocabulary, understanding English grammar, and enhancing ones ability to think in patterns and sequences.

The rigorous, grammar-based, high-school textbook, Jenney’s First Year Latin, students will learn all six major verb tenses in both the active and passive voices, all six noun cases (in the first and second declension), Parsing, and extended translation, following the story of the Fall of Troy. Students are expected to perform daily exercises totaling about two to three hours of work per week (This includes correcting your own assignments with a user-friendly answer book). Supplementing the curriculum will be additional study in Latin prefixes, suffixes, roots, and common expressions. Successful completion of class requirements is worth one semester of high school foreign language credit.

Participation in the National Latin Exam www.nle (Intro to Latin exam) will be required of all students. Cost is $5 per student and is part of the Material Fees. The exam will be administered on the second Monday of March at CHAMPs.

INSTRUCTOR: Torian Fiedler

AGE: 6th grade and up (7th grade is the preferred minimum age for most)

MAX STUDENTS: 12 students

FEE: $25

Material Fee: TBD

Textbook - Jenney's First Year Latin (Prentice Hall, 1990). More details on how to obtain this book to come.

 

Sign Language - 5 to 8 yos.

In this beginning sign language class, students will start learning basic sign language. Every two weeks, we will work on a different topic such as family members, animals, colors, etc. Using videos, games and other fun activities, students will learn through play.

Age: 5 to 8 yos.

Min / Max: 4 students / 12 students

Class fee: $5 / month per student

Material fee: $5 in the Fall to pay for handouts for the year

Sign Language - 8 to 12 yos

In this sign language class, we will begin by learning the history of sign language. We will then progress to learn about different kinds of sign language. We will move on to learning signs that will allow students to carry on basic conversations with deaf and hard-of-hearing persons.

Topics covered include basic sentence structure, vocabulary, use of body language and facial expressions to communicate. Each week, we will learn between twenty and twenty-five new vocabulary words. Students will learn through videos, games, and other fun activities.

Age: 8 – 12 yos

Min / Max: 4 students / 12 students

Class fee: $15 / month per student

Material fee: $12 in the Fall to pay for handouts for the year

Instrumental Lessons & Music Theory

Guitar Lessons

Private guitar lessons.

INSTRUCTOR: Michael Drew

AGE: 6 years and up

MIN/MAX: 4 private students minimum

TIMES: Lessons are offered in 1/2 hour time slots. See schedule for specific times

CLASS FEES: $20/week per student

MAT’L FEES: Lesson books will be purchased as needed

STUDENT TO BRING: Guitar, music stand

Piano

Instructors: Candy Murray / Lea Papritz

Times: Lessons are offered in ½ time slots. See schedule for specific times.

Class fees: $20/week per student

Mat’l Fees: Lesson books will be purchased as needed.

 

Violin

INSTRUCTOR: Daniela Folker

Private Violin lessons are offered as a course at Champs for all students interested.

Lessons are designed for all levels ranging from beginner to advanced. During the 25 minute lesson held each week, students will learn technique, develop music reading skills, and perform music designed for their level. Students needing an instrument will receive recommendations pertaining to either the purchase or rental of an appropriate instrument. Please check the schedule for lesson times available. For more information or to arrange a lesson time, please contact me Daniela Folker at 847-338-1015. Feel free to either leave a message or a text.

Age: 5 and up

Class Fee: $30/week per student

Material Fee: Based on students’ needs.

Chamber Music

INSTRUCTOR: Daniela Folker

This class is intended for students interested in performing in a small string ensemble.

Depending upon instrumentation we will work on duets, trios, and quartets.

Participants should be at an intermediate level in their specific instrument.

If unsure of your current level of skill, please feel free to contact Daniela Folker at 847-338-1015.

The class will include a performance at the end of each semester.

Possible Times: 11:30, 12pm, 1, or 1:30pm. Please contact Daniela Folker directly at 847-338-1015 if you are interested in this class so that she can coordinate the time with other students interested in Chamber Music.

Time: 25 min a week

Class Fee: $15/week per student

Material Fee: Based on students’ needs.

Minimum Students: 3

Language Arts Classes and History

Middle School Literature

In this course, we will be exploring a wide range of books to encourage analytical thought, self reflection, and personal growth. We will be discussing how we understand our relationship with Christ through the challenges shared in the stories.  The students will be expected to participate in active class conversation - this is essential to their development of critical thinking and deeper analysis of the texts. Every week, students will be expected to take home one of two rotating journals where they will respond to the texts we read. They will be expected to prepare questions or analysis for the class period to share with their fellow students. They will be encouraged to think about themes and symbolism, as well as their personal reactions to the stories, to decide how they would like to influence class discussion. Debate is encouraged, but the students must remember to respect everyone in the classroom. They will write three analytical essays over the course of the year in response to the discussion and texts. The texts will be: 

Anne of Green Gables

Ender’s Game

Bridge to Terabithia

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

The Wild Robot

 Min / Max: 2 / 15

$20 per student monthly

 

High School Literature

In,this class, we will be exploring some difficult classical texts. Our goal as a class is to explore how we respond to the texts and what these challenging ideas tell us about ourselves. The sometimes adult themes will push the students to think about difficulties we all face from a Christian, moral perspective. The students will be expected to take home one of two rotating journals every week. these journals, they will write their responses to the texts. They will also be expected to prepare a question or analysis about the reading to share in class. Debate is encouraged, but the students must remember to respect everyone in the classroom. They will write four analytical essays over the course of the year in response to the discussion and texts. The texts will be:

Lord of the Flies

Animal Farm

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

To Kill a Mockingbird

The Pearl

Min / Max: 2 / 15

Maximum students: 15

$20 per student monthly

Composition and Grammar – Middle School

In this course, we will emphasize an understanding of grammar and the parts of speech to improve the students' understanding of writing. We will be using the BJU 7th grade Writing & Grammar curriculum to cover these essentials. We will also explore the four basic essay types--narrative, persuasive, expository, and descriptive. We will discuss the importance of voice and audience, as well as understanding of when and why the rules get "broken" and how this can enhance an author's message. We will work gradually through the writing process with weekly writing assignments. There will also be weekly grammar assignments in the required BJU 7th grade Writing & Grammar book.

Min/Max: 2 / 15

$20 per student monthly

BJU 7th grade Writing and Grammar work book $31.11 (ordered by student)

Composition & Grammar -High School

This course will involve a deeper look at the parts of speech. A basic understanding of fundamental grammar is required. We will be using BJU Writing and Grammar 9. Expository, persuasive, analytical, and argumentative essays will be assigned to develop clear and thoughtful writing. We will work gradually through the writing process with weekly writing assignments. I will be sending home rotating journals for the students to write in on a weekly basis which they will be expected to bring back to class. Each week, I will review and respond to their writing. This will give them a way to consistently practice writing and respond to my commentary.

Minimum students: 2

Maximum students: 15

$20 per student monthly

BJU 9th grade Writing and Grammar work book $31.94 (ordered by student)

Government and Civics

In this class, we'll explore the foundations of our government and how we participate in it. Students will learn about the Constitution and the three branches of government through discussion, lecture, and projects. We'll also research our local government and discover the opportunities it provides us to engage in the political process in our own communities.

Age: 9-12 grade

Min/Max: 5 students/20 students

Class Fee: $25/month per student

Materials Fee: $20 in September 

Required Text: "Painless American Government" by Jeffery Strausser

 

Life Skills

Foundations in Personal Finance

This is a program developed and video taught by Dave Ramsey and his team.  It is a complete high school curriculum designed to fully equip homeschool students with everything needed for a dynamic learning experience. There are 12 chapters that teach practical, real-world personal finance.  Throughout each chapter the students are prompted with journal questions that require them to pause and reflect on what they’ve learned.  This student-centered approach is intended to promote ownership of their learning.  Students will be provided a variety of opportunities to apply, review and assess their understanding.  The instructor will help guide them as they learn the ways of managing money.

AGE:  High School

MIN/MAX: 5 students/12 students

MATERIAL FEE: $35 (one time only-for student books)

CLASS FEE: $15.00/month per student

Public Speaking

According to Cicero (106 BC - 43 BC), proper eloquence does three things. He says, "an eloquent man must speak so as to teach, to delight, and to persuade.” Similarly, man is governed by three basic areas: the head (or intellect), the chest (or “heart” where a persons loves and virtues originate), and the guts (or the physical, bodily functions, such as hunger, fatigue, etc.). Successful rhetoric connects these two: it teaches the head, delights the chest/heart, and persuades or moves the guts or body. 

Speech class will teach us the foundations for good speech, on the basis of biblical, historical, and philosophical examples. We will learn the essential parts of an effective speech, analyze their use in the speeches of others, and finally put it to use by giving our own speeches in class. 

Students will prepare speeches focusing on the content, the methods of delivery, as well as what they wish their audience to do as a result. 

Fall Semester Only

Grades:  8th - 12th

Min / Max:  5 students / 12 students

Class Fee:  $15 / month

 

Physical Education

Elementary PE Ages 6- 8 years old

Team sports (soccer,kickball,dodgeball,capture the flag and more). Focusing on introducing kids to having fun, exercising and playing together on a team. Class will be held outside unless it is raining or extremely cold. Any questions please contact Tait at Taitwasser@yahoo.com

INSTRUCTOR: Tait Wasser

AGES: 6-8 yrs. old or ability

Class fee: $10/month

Min/Max: 3 / 20

Elementary PE Ages 8-12 years old

Team sports ( soccer, flag football, dodgeball, kickball, and more). Focusing on introducing kids to having fun, exercising and playing together on a team. Class will be held outside unless it is raining or extremely cold. Any questions please contact Tait at Taitwasser@yahoo.com

 

INSTRUCTOR: Tait Wasser

AGES: 8 - 12 yrs. old or ability

Class fee: $10/month

Min/Max: 3 / 20

High School Ages 13 & Up years old

Team sports (soccer,kickball,dodgeball,capture the flag and more). Focusing on introducing kids to having fun, exercising and playing together on a team. Class will be held outside unless it is raining or extremely cold. Any questions please contact Tait at Taitwasser@yahoo.com

INSTRUCTOR: Tait Wasser

AGES: 13+ yrs. old or ability

Class fee: $10/month

Min/Max: 3 / 20

Performing Arts (Drama, Dance, Choir)

Children's Theater/Play Class

This class will put children’s play into a new perspective. Taking what they already naturally do with their own ingenious imaginations, putting them “on stage” and in simple home-made/home-found costume they will find themselves transformed into serious actors. We will go over theatre etiquette, from what it means to be on stage - cooperation, listening, getting into the role, annunciation and what a stage whisper is – to what it means to be a good audience. We will bring to life favorite stories and introduce them to new stories, dramas and comedies alike.

INSTRUCTOR: Masha Furmanov

AGE: 5-8 years

CLASS FEE: $10 per family per month

Min/Max: 5 / 10

Improv

FUN(NY) IMPROV THEATRE GAMES In this class the laughs come naturally as improvisational scenes, stories or skits materialize! The environment will encourage imagination and lots of creativity that “just happens.” No scripts, no props, no "visible" settings, let alone any costumes. Creativity and imaginations at work. The hour will be spent with fun brain-tingling warm ups; comic (or not comic) fictional-character-building; lessons in gibberish language and lots of improv games. It all comes together in just minutes or even seconds. The bonus is that these activities help breed good listening skills and self-confidence. Please join us!

 

Instructor: Masha Furmanov

 

Age: 9 – 14

 

Min / Max: 5 / 12

 

Class cost per student: $10 per month Drop In fee: See instructor

 

Classical Ballet

In this class, young dancers will be introduced to the basics of Classical Ballet as well as the strength, flexibility, and artistry used within the dance world. Combining elements of fun and structure, dancers will prepare pieces for the Christmas and Spring Fine Arts Programs. Both girls and boys are invited to take this class.

Instructors: Nancy and Martha Minarik

Age: 8 - 12

Min/Max: 5/10

Class fee is $15/month per student

The purchase of a costume may be required for winter and spring performances.

NOTE: Eight-year-olds as of June 1st may join the class.

Children’s Choir

Children’s Choir introduces students to singing, music reading, and choral performing. Through listening, games, and special fun exercises, students learn how to sing a variety of musical styles, and also learn how to work together as a group. Students gain an appreciation of music, the confidence to perform in front of others, and the experience to actively participate in groups.

INSTRUCTOR: Lea Papritz

AGE: 8 – 12 years

TIME: 12:30 – 1:25 pm

MIN/MAX: 10 students minimum

CLASS FEE: $15/month per student

MAT’L FEE: $15 Aug / $15 Jan

STUDENT TO BRING: A 2-pocket folder for sheet music and pencils. Sheet music will be supplied.

Teen Choir

Teen Choir develops skills in vocal technique, music reading, and ensemble singing. Students sing a variety of musical styles to increase their musicianship and performance skills. Focusing on music theory from an ensemble perspective, students learn how to perform and collaborate with others. Teen Choir performs in two large concerts every year.

INSTRUCTOR: Lea Papritz

AGE: 13 years and up

TIME: 1:30 – 2:25pm

MIN/MAX: Minimum 10 students

CLASS FEE: $15/month per student

MAT’L FEE: $15 Aug / $15 Jan

STUDENT TO BRING: A 2-pocket folder for sheet music and pencils. Sheet music will be supplied.