CLASS CATALOGUE FALL 2016 (GRADES 6-12)

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MONDAY CLASSES (11 WEEKS)


Physics Full - Email us to be on the Waitlist 

Monday, 9:00am – 10:00am (11 weeks)

Sept. 12, 19, 26, (no class Oct 3) Oct. 10, (no class Oct 17, 24) Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12

Grades 6 -12


In the second semester of physics, we will be focusing on sound, light, electricity, and magnets over the course of 11 weeks. It will be in the same format as last semester's class - a lecture that includes hands-on labs each week, and a choice of projects to complete at home. New students may join this class! We are covering completely new subjects this semester so knowledge of last semester's topics is not required. 

TEACHER: Mary Middlebrook

SEMESTER FEE: $275

 

Bizzy Kids - Entrepreneurship For Kids

Monday, 9:15am – 10:45am (11 weeks)

Sept. 12, 19, 26, (no class Oct 3) Oct. 10, (no class Oct 17, 24) Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12

Grades 3 - 6

Own your own business, create your own product line! This project based program encourages boys and girls to use their creativity by turning an idea into a business. At Bizzy Kids each student creates their own product lines. They will learn business skills by writing a business and marketing plan for their product, creating an ad and signage, writing a press release, role playing and pitching, as well as learning about capital, cost and profit. Writing, speaking and math skills are developed through an engaging project based curriculum. Business partnerships are permitted. A Bizzy Kids Entrepreneur Workbook will be provided for students to use during class and at home while building their business.

Upon registration students will receive a link to project ideas so they can choose a product before class starts. Each product will have a small list of supplies to bring to class. There is a suggested budget of $20 for these supplies, which will be purchased by students and bought to class. We bring everything else! Original ideas are encouraged as well. At the end of the class students will participate in a Bizzy Kids Pop Up at the CLP Extravaganza on December18th, where they can display and sell their products to invited guests. For more information about Bizzy Kids visit Bizzygirls.com. 

We welcome parent participation during the class.

TEACHER: Berlyn Reisanauer from Bizzy Kids Staff

SEMESTER FEE: $300


To Infinity and Beyond: Problem Solving Skills in Math Science And Life

Monday, 10:00am – 11:00pm (11 weeks)

Sept. 12, 19, 26, (no class Oct 3) Oct. 10, (no class Oct 17, 24) Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12

Grades 6 - 12

What if one morning Siri, or Google, did not answer our call? In a world that is now overflowing with tools and gadgets that perform all types of mathematical and mental gymnastics for us, our logic and problem solving skills are at great risk of slipping away. 

By approaching math, and our world in general, via problem-solving and logic, we will help students to develop the ability to be adaptable when, for instance, technology lets them down or is not an option.

 Each week, students use teamwork, problem solving, and communication, as they solve challenges in class.  From riddles, such as "When does 10 + 3 = 1?", to practical life skills such as determining the best buy between gallon and quartz sizes when shopping or dividing pizza evenly when there are six slices and eight people. As a project, students will create their own problems to pose to their classmates. Students will walk away from this class with curiosity, confidence, and open-mindedness in their approach to life and its challenges, along with a new appreciation for mathematics.

Problem solving is one of the most important life skills we can impart to our children - these skills also allow students to experience a range of emotions associated with being in “the thick” of a problem - to engage long enough for the task to cease being a 'puzzle' and become a surmountable challenge. 

Students will experience the "joy of banging … [their] head against a mathematical wall, and then discovering that there might be ways of either going around or over that wall" (Olkin and Schoenfeld, 1994).

TEACHER: Valorie Knutson, and Karie Schroder

SEMESTER FEE: $260

Ping Pong

Monday, 10:00 - 11:00am  (11 weeks)

Sept. 12, 19, 26, (no class Oct 3) Oct. 10, (no class Oct 17, 24) Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12

Grades 6 -12

Students will learn the basic rules of table tennis, as well as various techniques (proper grasp of the racket, forehand stroke, backhand stroke, etc). They will play competitive games, and have monthly tournaments. 
Besides being an educational sport, table tennis is engaging, enjoyable, and fun. This program will be a great opportunity for students to exercise while taking a break from their studies. 

TEACHER: Bella Livshin, Gilbert Table Tennis Center

SEMESTER FEE: $220


Your Vote Is Your Voice

Monday, 11:00am – 12:00pm (11 weeks)

Sept. 12, 19, 26, (no class Oct 3) Oct. 10, (no class Oct 17, 24) Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12

Grades 6 - 12

We will learn through discussions and activities how the US voting system and government works. Staying as non-partisan as possible, we will cover a diverse amount of viewpoints and learn about different forms of government (empire, monarchy, dictatorship, republic) and partisan positions (libertarian, socialist, liberal, conservative). We will learn about the separation of powers in the US, and how a bill becomes a law.

We will talk about who gets to vote today, and how and why that has changed. We will learn about the Electoral College and about all of the items on the upcoming California ballot. We will also conduct a confidential election the week of the US Election in November. If all goes well, the students will be more prepared than their parents!

TEACHER: Steve Rachwal

SEMESTER FEE: $260

 

Improv and Scene Study

Monday, 12:15pm– 1:45pm (11 weeks)

Sept. 12, 19, 26, (no class Oct 3) Oct. 10, (no class Oct 17, 24) Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12

Grades 6 -12

In this method and skills acting class, students will work on improvisational skills by learning new techniques and participating in a variety of theatre games. Students will also will learn young adult monologues and experience complete scene work from modern and classical plays. Participants will be guided on how to find monologues that interest and resonate with them and they will be asked to work on these as well, perfecting their text study and learning how to prepare for auditions. Students interested in a final presentation will have the opportunity to perform a demonstration of class activities at the end of the year CLP Extravaganza on December 18th.  

TEACHER: Naomi Ackerman

SEMESTER FEE: $330


Foundations In Personal Finance

Monday, 2:00pm – 3:00pm (11 weeks)

Sept. 12, 19, 26, (no class Oct 3) Oct. 10, (no class Oct 17, 24) Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12

Grades 6 -12

Foundations in Personal Finance is designed to teach kids how to properly think about and handle money and avoid debt. Topics include saving and budgeting, life after high school, consumer awareness and shopping, investing, and insurance, among others.  This class is taught through a combination of video lessons by industry experts, class discussions and activities.  The course cost includes a workbook. (All materials are non-sectarian and meet California state standards).  

TEACHER: Traci Tessler

SEMESTER FEE: $275


WEDNESDAY CLASSES (12 WEEKS)


The Science of Harry Potter: Genetics and Evolutionary Adaptations in The Wizarding World   Full - Email us to be on the Waitlist 

Wednesday, 9:00am –10:00am (12 weeks)

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5 (no class Oct. 12, 19) Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, (No class Nov. 23) Nov. 30, Dec. 7. 14

Grades 6 -12

Required Textbook: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Used books can be purchased for about $7 with shipping through Amazon.

Description: This 12 week course will help students unlock the mysteries of genetics through case studies found in the Harry Potter series! Genetically, what is the difference between a pure blood, a half blood, and a Muggle (how is Hermoine a wizard if her parents aren’t?)? How do we determine the offspring of different variations of parents (will Ron and Hermoine’s children all be wizards?)? What about mutations (why do squibs- like Filch-  have wizards for parents but are unable to do magic?)? How do mixed species work in the wizarding world (Hagrid is ½ giant, Flitwick is ¼ goblin) and in the real world (ligers and zorses and mules, oh my!)? Do genetics play a role in personality and talents (can the Sorting Hat detect your genetics so you are placed in the right house?)? We’ll also unravel the double helix of DNA to see exactly how it works and how genes are created. Students will have a thorough understanding of the four nucleotide bases, how DNA is replicated, and how mutations can occur during this process. 

We’ll then spend a few weeks on evolutionary adaptations- how genetics plays a role in ensuring survival of the fittest and making sure the strongest genes are passed down. For this, we’ll study the various beasts of the wizarding world. What adaptations allow them to live in their environments? If the environment were to change, what would that species need to do to survive? Students will embark on a multi-week project to create genetic profiles of the various beasts in the book, then create a new magical beast through selective breeding of known species.

Requirements: This class is ideal for students in grade levels 5-10. Younger students must have excellent reading, comprehension, and listening skills. No grade will be given, but there will be required homework each week, and quizzes will be given at the beginning of class. No large tests or final.

TEACHER: Mary Middlebrook

SEMESTER FEE: $300


Middle School English 

Wednesday, 10:00am – 11:30am (12 weeks)

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5 (no class Oct. 12, 19) Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, (No class Nov. 23) Nov. 30, Dec. 7. 14

          Grades 6 – 8

Poetry madness, word play, short stories, classic essays, and a Shakespearean play are a few of the things we will explore this semester. Students will learn how to analyze literature, how to write creatively, and how to write a five-paragraph essay. Writing skills include richer word choices, better sentences, organizational tools, idea brainstorming, description enrichment, poetry, and essay writing. No textbook required. The Shakespearean play is readily accessible from your library system. 

TEACHER: Erin Chianese

SEMESTER FEE: $300


What's Next: Free College Talk  for Families of HS Students

Wednesday, Sept. 28  10:15 - 11:15

You are invited to join us for a free parent meeting about college admissions. Crystal Reed will be presenting general information about the college search and application process, as well as financial aid, with some time for Q & A. Parents of all ages are welcome to attend, though the information will be geared toward high school students. If there is interest, Crystal will be offering her six session What's Next class to help students jump start their unique post-high school plans.

TEACHER: Crystal Reed

SEMESTER FEE:  Although this workshop is free, registration is required. 


High School British Literature

Wednesday, 11:30am – 1:00pm (12 weeks)

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5 (no class Oct. 12, 19) Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, (No class Nov. 23) Nov. 30, Dec. 7. 14

         Grades 9 – 12

From the oldest English writing, Beowulf, to the Canterbury Tales, to those of the  bard of all bards, Shakespeare, and the eloquent bardess, Mary Shelley and her Frankenstein, on to Mr. Dickens and Ms. Austen, we will read classic tales, poems, short stories, plays, speeches, essays, and novels.  Through discussion, students will learn literary analysis.  Students will also master the 5 paragraph essay, covering the entire writing process.  Writings will include all 4 types: argumentative, expository, personal narrative, and descriptive.  Creative writing assignments are included.  Each class consists of a short lecture, discussion of the readings, and an activity such as writing techniques and language challenges.  No textbook purchase is required.  This is a year long course, the above mentioned being the first half. 

TEACHERErin Chianese

SEMESTER FEE: $300

 

Lego Battle BotsFull - Email us to be on the Waitlist

Wednesday, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm (12 weeks)

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5 (no class Oct. 12, 19) Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, (No class Nov. 23) Nov. 30, Dec. 7. 14

Grades 4 - 6

Teams of students will design, build and program their own autonomous robots. The robots will compete in an arena filled with age appropriate tasks and challenges that the robots have to complete with zero human interaction. The robot which completes the most challenges will be crowned winner. The robots will be built from Lego and will compete in a field designed by the First Lego League (FLL). Though the students are competing, they will learn that the only way to succeed is by helping one another.  

TEACHER: Avremy Rav-Noy

SEMESTER FEE: $300


Historical Figure Sculpture

Wednesday, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm (12 weeks)

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5 (no class Oct. 12, 19) Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, (No class Nov. 23) Nov. 30, Dec. 7. 14

Grades 4 -8

This class will focus on learning and developing skills needed to construct a mixed media sculpture. Students pick a real life person of their choice, who they will then build using wire, cloth and polymer clay. Some home research will be assigned.

TEACHER: Julianna Ostrovsky

SEMESTER FEE: $340

Recorder Level Three

Wednesday, 11:15am – 12:00pm (12 weeks)

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5 (no class Oct. 12, 19) Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, (No class Nov. 23) Nov. 30, Dec. 7. 14

Grades 4 – 7

This is a continuation from the Level two class. Previous experience playing the recorder is necessary. Includes note reading and music theory. This semester we will focus on ensemble playing including duets, trios and quartets. If you have some experience but are not sure which level you are, and you have not taken the Level One class, please come for an evaluation on the first day and we will figure out which class is right for you.

TEACHER: Karen Golden

SEMESTER FEE: $200


Speaker’s League

Wednesday, 1:30pm – 3:00pm (12 weeks)

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5 (no class Oct. 12, 19) Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, (No class Nov. 23) Nov. 30, Dec. 7. 14

Grades 4 - 8

Come join the fun and take the fear out of public speaking. Modeled after Toastmasters, Speaker's League offers kids the opportunity to hone their public speaking skills through hands-on activities including the preparation and presentation of speeches, impromptu speaking, the use of visual aids, gestures, and vocal variety. The meetings are run by the students and they progress through levels as they master specific skills. 

TEACHER: Karen Golden

SEMESTER FEE: $190


Model United Nations

Wednesday, 1:30pm – 3:00pm (12 weeks)

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5 (no class Oct. 12, 19) Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, (No class Nov. 23) Nov. 30, Dec. 7. 14

Grades 8 - 12

Model United Nations is well-known for its emphasis on leadership, public speaking, debate, consensus-building, community service, and global awareness for students.  Model UN participation is also a highly regarded and valuable asset for college preparation and admission.  This dynamic Model UN experience involves creative explorations and simulations of current and historical global issues. Students are immersed in and debate major world issues, taking on the role of UN delegates, leaders and historical figures, learning to write position papers and speeches, as well as public speaking, negotiation, conflict resolution, problem solving, and presentation skills.  Students also learn elements of parliamentary procedure, geography, and the history and functioning of the United Nations, developing a deeper understanding of our world, its history, its peoples, and the ways governments can work together to solve problems and promote peace and understanding among nations. 

This year, our Model UN class will focus on human rights issues and the evolving international conception of state sovereignty in a human rights context. 

 This year’s in-class and joint summit topics will include:

  • 1)    Nuremberg Trials International Tribunal 1945-46
  • 2)    Historical Security Council: Rwandan Genocide 1994
  • 3)    Human Rights Council/World Health Organization/UN Women Joint Committee: Sexual and Gender-Based Violence as Crimes Against Humanity/Reproductive Rights as a Human Rights Issue
  • 4)    African Union/Human Rights Council Joint Committee: LGBT in Africa, Case Study of Uganda
  • 5)    Human Rights Council: Internet Censorship as a Human Rights Issue
  • 6)    Historical Crisis Committee: International Conference on Afghanistan 2001
  • 7)    International Criminal Court: Trial of Muammar Gadhafi for Crimes Against Humanity 2011

Course reading will include College-Bound Recommended Literature: Night by Elie Wiesel, To Destroy You Is No Loss by Joan D. Criddle, Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, and Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe.

Students should please bring laptops ideally, or tablets or other means of accessing information online, in addition to a binder for handouts, pen and paper. 

TEACHER: Heidi Joyce

SEMESTER FEE: $300


FRIDAY CLASSES (12 WEEKS)

 

Playwriting And Performance - Literature Connection Cancelled

Friday, 9:00am –10:30am (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades K - 6

Students will participate in a variety of writing and character building exercises including: Improvisation, playwriting, diction class, creating characters, movement, costume and set design and ultimately, joining in a collaboration of writing a one-act play with music! This semester we will focus on creating an original script based on a genre of literature such as Harry Potter, AA Milne or a genre of the students' choosing. 

The entire process is a lot of fun! Students become much more comfortable on stage and with their improvisational and presentational skills. We focus more on the fun of the process rather than the outcome of a perfect show. There will be a bit of homework for costume and set design, memorizing some lines, and writing parts for the show. The final production will be December 18th at the CLP Extravaganza.

TEACHER: Barbara Heller

SEMESTER FEE: $400


Pre- Law: What Does A Lawyer Do?

Friday, 10:30am – 11:30am (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades 6 -12


This class will expose students to the legal system by way of an interactive social studies and literature program, and in doing so, will focus on heightening their analytical and language skills while instilling a sense of civic responsibility and participation, as well as an appreciation for the rule of law.  Students will participate in weekly activities spanning from why we have laws, and how they are developed and implemented, to employing critical thinking and problem solving in conducting their own mock trials. 


TEACHER: Karie Schroder

SEMESTER FEE: $275

 

The Projectile Project

Friday, 11:45am – 12:45pm (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades 6 -12

Gravity is an all-encompassing force. Defying gravity’s force is as simple as throwing a pebble in the air. This class takes that simple concept to the next level. During every class the students design and construct devices capable of fulfilling this purpose. They will build launchers powered by compressed air, chemical reactions, explosions, and implosions. The students will learn physics and mathematical theories which will help them understand how an object moves through the air, enabling them to improve their designs. By the end of the course the students will walk home with launchers they are proud to have built. This class will be available for three age groups; K-3, 3-6 and 6 -10. Although the older and younger classes will work on similar projects, the older students will learn how to use the theories to compute results. 

TEACHER: Avremy Rav-Noy

SEMESTER FEE: $325


Beginning Chess: Welcome to The Game Of Kings And Queens: Class One

Cancelled (see class two as it is a beginning class)

Friday, 11:45am – 12:45pm (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades K and up

 

The old saying goes, "Chess is the game of Kings (and Queens)", and in this class we'll find out why. Chess subtly teaches children all the qualities of a noble king or queen: Courtesy, Integrity, Self-Control, Perseverance, Indomitable Spirit, Problem Solving, Confidence, Responsibility, Sportsmanship, Planning, Patience, Social Skills, Critical Thinking, Imagination and more. And if that weren't enough, it's also super awesome fun! In this class we'll start at the beginning to discover all the different characters (pieces) of Chess and background information about who they are and where they come from. Then it's onto how they move on the board and the rest of the dynamic rules of this 2000 year old Game of Kings! *This is a mixed age class because Chess ability has more to do with differences in experience and knowledge than it does differences in age.*

TEACHER: Brian Julian

SEMESTER FEE: $275


Ping Pong

Friday, 10:30 am – 11:30 am (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

All Ages

Students will learn the basic rules of table tennis, as well as various techniques (proper grasp of the racket, forehand stroke, backhand stroke, etc). They will play competitive games, and have monthly tournaments. 
Besides being an educational sport, table tennis is engaging, enjoyable, and fun. This program will be a great opportunity for students to exercise while taking a break from their studies. 

TEACHER: Gilbert Table Tennis Center

SEMESTER FEE: $240


Beginning Chess: Welcome to The Game Of Kings And Queens: Class Two

Friday, 12:45pm – 1:45pm (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades K and up

 

The old saying goes, "Chess is the game of Kings (and Queens)", and in this class we'll find out why. Chess subtly teaches children all the qualities of a noble king or queen: Courtesy, Integrity, Self-Control, Perseverance, Indomitable Spirit, Problem Solving, Confidence, Responsibility, Sportsmanship, Planning, Patience, Social Skills, Critical Thinking, Imagination and more. And if that weren't enough, it's also super awesome fun! In this class we'll start at the beginning to discover all the different characters (pieces) of Chess and background information about who they are and where they come from. Then it's onto how they move on the board and the rest of the dynamic rules of this 2000 year old Game of Kings! *This is a mixed age class because Chess ability has more to do with differences in experience and knowledge than it does differences in age.*

TEACHER: Brian Julian

SEMESTER FEE: $275


The Projectile Project

Friday, 12:45pm – 1:45pm (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades 3 - 6

Gravity is an all-encompassing force. Defying gravity’s force is as simple as throwing a pebble in the air. This class takes that simple concept to the next level. During every class the students design and construct devices capable of fulfilling this purpose. They will build launchers powered by compressed air, chemical reactions, explosions, and implosions. The students will learn physics and mathematical theories which will help them understand how an object moves through the air, enabling them to improve their designs. By the end of the course the students will walk home with launchers they are proud to have built. This class will be available for three age groups; K-3, 3-6 and 6 -10. Although the older and younger classes will work on similar projects, the older students will learn how to use the theories to compute results. 

TEACHER: Avremy Rav-Noy

SEMESTER FEE: $325


Story Circle

Friday, 12:45pm – 1:45 pm (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades 6 – 10

Access your personal and original stories while discovering what makes a good story and how to tell it well. Students will learn the fundamentals of plot development and participate in each other's stories through role playing and acting. This class will enhance writing, public speaking, and performance skills while providing a safe forum for interpersonal communication, self discovery and friendship. The process is both fun and deeply rewarding. This session we will also focus on family stories and genealogy.  This class is for new comers and seasoned veterans.

TEACHER: Karen Golden

SEMESTER FEE: $275

istening skills. Maximum amount of students is 15. No grade will be given, but there will be required homework each

Whose Turn Is It Anyway Chess

Friday, 1:45pm – 2:45 pm (12 weeks)

Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 (no class Oct. 21) Oct. 28, Nov. 4,  (No class Nov. 11) Nov. 18

(No class Nov. 25)  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades 1 and up

All students should be confident in the basic rules of Chess. This is a perfect follow up class for any children who previously attended Beginners Chess and/or Chess 2.0

Time to break some rules! Throughout the years many different hybrid versions and varieties of Chess have been developed in the hopes of making an already infinitely challenging game even more complex. Each class will focus on a different Chess variant. The schedule is as follows: 

  • Class 1: Blitz Chess (Speed Chess)
  • Class 2: Bughouse (Team Chess)
  • Class 3: Man Chess - In The Round
  • Class 4: Chess 4 (Four Players)
  • Class 5: Chess 960 (Invented By Legendary Bobby Fisher)
  • Class 6: Hexagonal Chess
  • Class 7: Strato Chess (3D Chess)
  • Class 8: All Queens Chess
  • Class 9: Antichess (losing Chess)
  • Class 10: Mystery Variant
  • Class 11: Mystery Variant
  • Class 12: Mystery Variant 

 *This is a mixed age class because Chess ability has more to do with differences in experience and knowledge than it does differences in age. *

TEACHER: Brian Julian

SEMESTER FEE: $275