Virtual After-School Clubs
Our after-school enrichment clubs offer virtual sessions throughout the year for students interested in engaging with additional subject areas. Classes will vary from session to session and will incorporate a variety of options such as the arts, athletics and science. Examples include (but are not limited to) chess, tennis, swimming, coding, Lego engineering, photography, creative writing, drama and music. The cost of the after school clubs vary (see below).
In line with the OHDS educational philosophy, our focus is on the whole child, which is why we offer students a variety of programming to choose from – engaging all parts of their creative minds.
There are no after-school school clubs on Fridays or when there is a holiday. Please check our calendar for these dates.
Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Fall: 9/15-12/15: $240
Students will explore different art mediums such as drawing, collage, and sculpture. They will get creative with different found materials in the home and explore drawing and design techniques. Capped at 12 students; minimum 6 to run.
Sign up with Ms. Esther HERE!
Grades 3rd-8th grades
Thursdays, 4-5 p.m.
Fall: 9/10-12/17: $235
Winter: 1/7-5/27 (18 classes) $325
Click HERE for the fall promo video!
Kid chefs will learn cooking techniques, how to properly use kitchen tools, and to read/cook a new recipe every week. Culinary Kids Academy has taught in public and private schools for the past 20 years in Los Angeles, and is excited to extend our into the Bay Area this fall. All recipes are vegetarian/pareve. For the safety of our students, we recommend adult supervision; recipe provided a week before each class.
Sign up with Chef Leenie by emailing email@example.com!
Mondays, 4-5 p.m.
Fall: 9/14-12/14: $200
Winter: 1/4-5/24: $240
Students in this class will spend time planting herbs, following natural patterns, learning some Hebrew on the way, and making food. We will learn how to check the quality of the soil, take care of seeds and plants, and use them in the kitchen. Most important, we will get dirty, make ice cream/salad/cheese and touch cool things like worms and tools! Naama Sadan is a certified permaculture designer, she grows plants at home, and with students over the last 9 years.
In this class, we sometimes use tools such as knives and shovel, so parents should judge if this class is right for their child. We will use what you have at home mostly, but not always. A list of garden tools and food ingredients will be sent by email. Capped at 20 students; minimum 6 to run.
Register and send questions to HaMorah Naama at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Mondays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Fall: 9/14-12/14: $200
Winter: 1/4-5/24: $240
Click HERE for a video of Ms. Kalla dancing!
Dancers will explore rhythm and movement through traditional ballet technique, jazz and modern dance styles. We will learn and practice the foundational skills of dance including, turns, jumps, lyrical dancing and choreography. Ms. Kalla is a certified group exercise instructor and personal trainer, and has been a dancer for more than 15 years studying ballet, jazz and modern/contemporary dance. Capped at 9 students; minimum 6 to run.
Sign up with Ms. Kalla by emailing email@example.com!
Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Fall: 9/16-11/18: $189:
*Deadline to sign up for fall is 9/10, so Mr. Scott can send your magic kit in time for the first class!
Using the Discover Magic Curriculum, designed to use magic as a tool to build communication skills in children, students will learn magic that develops fine motor skills, eye hand coordination, STEM understanding and much more. Instructor Brian Scott has been performing for the past 30 years for family audiences all across the country. Brian lives in Richmond with his wife and son, 11 chickens, 50,000 bees, two dogs and a cat.
In this club, OHDS students will join students from around the Bay Area. Capped at ~ 15 students; minimum 8 students to run.
Sign up HERE with Mr. Scott!
Parkour 1 (Grades 1-4)
Tuesdays or Thursdays, 4-4:55 p.m
Parkour 2 (Grades 5-8)
Tuesdays or Thursdays, 5-5:55 p.m.
Session 1: 9/1-10/20 (prices on the site)
In parkour, students will learn to safely fall, run, jump, climb, and vault and solve puzzles. The class features a combination of gymnastics, track & field, and martial arts. Students learn and practice skilled movements that help them efficiently pass over, climb, and jump. Students will be challenged to "think outside of the box" while having fun and staying fit! Special emphasis is placed on technique for both safety and style of the skill.
Sign up HERE with Kids ‘N Dance!
Ms. Norma Bristol and Ms. Emma Boss return to offer their very popular individual piano lessons via Zoom, which will include the basics of note reading, piano technique and music theory through traditional teaching materials, such as the Faber and Faber Piano Adventures books. Thirty 30-minute lessons meet once per week over the course of the year. A piano or full-sized keyboard in the home is a requirement. Students can participate in recitals and enroll in the Certificate of Merit program.
Sign up with Ms. Bristol by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org!