Seabury-style educational experiences for students in kindergarten through eighth grade

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Little Coders

When: Mondays, 3:45-4:45; April 8 through May 13
Where: Lower school campus
Who: All kindergarten through second grade students
Cost: $119

The start of the coding pathway!  This class provides young students with the basics of computational thinking, such as coordinates, loops and conditionals, through a fun blend of "unplugged" and online activities.  Designed specifically for early reader attention spans and cognitive abilities.

Bricks4Kidz*

When: April 16, 23, 30, May 7 14; Tuesdays, 3:45-4:45 PM
Where: Lower school campus
Who: All K through fifth grade students
Cost: $65

Bricks4Kidz® is devoted to providing an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, and we play with LEGO® Bricks. Classes are designed to teach the fundamentals of S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, built around our proprietary model plans, created by engineers and architects. At Bricks4Kidz, we believe that kids learn best through activities that engage their curiosity and creativity.

·       *Must register HERE through Bricks4Kidz website.

Check Mates Chess Club

When: Mondays, 3:30-4:30; April 15 through May 13,
Where: Middle school campus
Who: All fourth through eighth grade students
Cost: $75

Learning chess helps kids build critical thinking skills, self confidence, the ability to analyze challenges in advance and stay focused under pressure. Check Mates Chess Club is open to all students from the community – both beginners and those who have played before. We'll focus on the joy of the game, sportsmanship and respect for others' abilities without judgment.
Topics for beginners: fundamentals, basic moves and tactics. For intermediate/advanced players: algebraic notation (method of recording games), opening moves, middle game, end game strategies.


Game Development 

When: Mondays, 3:45-4:45 p.m., April 8-May 13
Where: Lower school campus
Who: All third through fifth grade students
Cost: $119

Students are introduced to the core concepts of computer programming, including variables, functions and conditionals.  Using the Scratch learning environment, students learn how to create programs, such as simple games, animations and interactive stories. Beginner to Intermediate. 


Dungeons and Dragons

When: Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30 p.m.; April 9 through May 14
Where: Middle school campus
Who: All fourth through eighth grade students
Cost: $120

Fantasy table top role playing at its best!  D&D is the most popular game of its kind. It's a fun social gathering that requires players to think on their toes, solve problems, be creative, and ultimately learn how to become a team player. Maximum of six students only. A set of playing dice is included.


Web Development

When: Tuesdays, 3:45-4:45 p.m.; April 9 through May 14
Where: Middle school campus
Who: All sixth through eighth grade students
Cost: $119

Whether students are new to coding or expert developers, there is something for everyone in this class.  We will help students hone their skills in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as they create awesome websites and fun games.  Those with no prior coding experience will start off with an introduction to coding concepts, but quickly transition to programming JavaScript. Students will need to bring their own laptop.


Eric Carle's Animals

When: Wednesdays, 3:45-4:45 p.m.; April 17 through May 15
Where: Lower school campus
Who: All K through fifth grade students
Cost: $90

Hungry Caterpillars! Grouchy Ladybugs! Greedy Pythons! Blue Horses! Discover the colorful world of animals through the eyes and art of Eric Carle. We will look at the animals he used in his stories and create art in his style.


Bedazzled by the Bard

When: Wednesdays, 3:45-4:45 p.m.; April 17 through May 15
Where: Middle school campus
Who: All fourth through eighth grade students
Cost: $90

Explore the words and works of Shakespeare. This afterschool program offers students the chance to practice performance skills, enjoy Shakespeare, and have a wonderful time with peers. We will explore the origins and joys of Shakespearean language; then select, rehearse, and perform scenes from a variety of Shakespeare’s plays.


You & Me, Empathy

When: Thursdays, 3:45-4:45 p.m.; April 18 through May 16
Where: Lower school campus
Who: All K through fifth grade students
Cost: $90

Discover how to deepen the connection to others. This class will use stories and games to teach and talk about empathy towards oneself, our families and community.  We will use Chelsea Lee Smith's book: "Playing With Purpose."


Accelerated Weekend:

Kids to Kids Cooking

When: Saturday, April 13, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Middle school campus
Who: All fifth through eighth grade students
Cost: $130

This fun and exciting accelerated weekend class will be focused on cooking. But not just normal cooking – gluten free cooking. We will be making quiches, cupcakes, and scones, along with a refreshing tomato snack. This class will be taught by a Seabury School eighth grader. 


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Financial aid is available. Apply HERE.


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