Enrichment Classes

Workshop enrichment classes takes place on the school site on all days that school is in session for students. We offer ten enrichment classes a week and flexible scheduling so children can access more enrichment classes with changing sports schedules, etc. 


Kindergarten students may attend our regular program which begins at regular school dismissal daily.


Times Class Offered
Regular Dismissal - 4:30 p.m. Study Skills Enrichment Class
4:30 - 6:00 p.m. Innovation Enrichment Class

Study Skills Enrichment Classes

Our Study Skills enrichment classes teach students to manage academics successfully. Each class follows this routine: 

  • We teach a new academic study skill or life skill.
  • We teach individualized study skill lessons related to daily homework.

We help students improve:

  • Top Three Executive Functioning Skills: working memory, mental flexibility, self control
  • Organization
  • Pacing homework without running out of time
  • Reviewing homework for best work
  • Learning through questioning
  • Managing stress effectively
  • Successful conflict resolution skills
  • Goals for the future vs. appreciating the now
  • Good manners in school and work


Middle school students also learn:

  • Taking notes
  • Studying for tests efficiently
  • Breaking large assignments into logical and manageable piece
  • Connecting with teachers / finding mentors / references


Innovation Enrichment Classes

Our innovation classes teach children STEM, design thinking, and leadership skills. From creating and marketing the perfect ice-cream recipe to developing their own companies, Workshop students are fully engaged in learning. Each class is designed to provide a stand-alone learning experience for drop-in students, as well as richer learning experiences for students who complete the 1 to 2 week units.


Our classes follow this routine:

  • We begin with a mini-lesson posing a challenge related to the class topic
  • Children have active team project time to work
  • Class ends with presentations: students share what they created that day and hear strengths and questions and suggestions from peers and teachers.