Explore a Seabury-style education with experiences that stretch the imagination and provide engaging, challenging experiences. Open to youngsters in the greater community! 


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Featured Program – Accelerated Weekend

Light Bulb Lab – Innovation & Invention


Light Bulb Lab features two workshops packed into one weekend, with students divided into two age groups!


Innovation – The art of perseverance: 

It's easy to think that anyone who has achieved success came by it easily. But reaching a goal requires loads of persistence and a fair share of failure. In this workshop, participants will explore 
people with big ideas who kept at it — including pop culture 
phenomenon Lin Manuel Miranda, Super Soaker inventor Lonnie Johnson, and polymath Beatrix Potter. 

Through hands-on projects, such as nature illustration and writing and performing their own raps, students will explore pushing through limitations and achieving small successes in pursuit of big goals. 



Invention –  Turning imagination into reality: 

Problems, both big and small, are solved by inventors. Creating energy efficient cars? Getting the last bit of toothpaste out of the tube? 

Using the design process as their guide, workshop participants will brainstorm a problem, then design and create an invention to solve that problem. Students will find all the materials they need in Seabury's Design Lab. 


Registration options:
Option A (all day)- 
Innovators AND Inventors: Grades 2-4; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday
Innovators AND Inventors: Grades 3-6; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday

Option B- Innovators: Grades 2-4; 9 to 11 a.m., Saturday and Sunday
Option C- Innovators: Grades 3-6; 12:30 to 3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday
Option D- Inventors: Grades 2-4; 12:30 to 3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday
Option E- Inventors: Grades 3-6; 9 to 11 a.m., Saturday and Sunday


Afterschool classes & clubs


At Seabury's Browns Point campus

Check Mates Chess Club: Intermediate & Advanced

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. We'll also emphasize the joy of the game, sportsmanship and respect for others' abilities without judgment. Topics for intermediate/advanced players: algebraic notation (method of recording games), opening moves, middle game, and end game strategies.

Robotics Little Coders

Robotics for Little Coders with Ozobot is an opportunity for young children to develop their computational thinking skills, build their first programs, and have fun with new friends! Ozobot's programming is designed specifically for early readers, taking into account the cognitive abilities and typical attention span of children ages 5-7. Students are introduced to basic coding concepts with simple tasks, such as customizing their Ozobot assigning commands through different colors, then build up to more complex tasks with Ozobot's simple drag-and-drop language. 

The Perfect Pour


Students will create masterpieces without inhibition as they pour acrylic paint onto canvas. We will explore specific techniques, including swipe and puddle pour, flip cup, string and cell creation. Young artists will learn about paint density and quantity.  They will experience how these variables affect and interact with each other to achieve a desired look. Every week participants will take home a new one-of-a kind canvas creation!   NOTE: Kindergartners can attend with a parent present.

Check Mates Chess Club for Beginners

Learning chess helps kids build critical thinking skills, self confidence, the ability to analyze 
challenges in advance and stay focused under pressure. The beginners club will focus on basic moves and tactics. Check Mates Chess Club is open to all students from the community – both beginners and those who have played before. We'll also emphasize the joy of the game, sportsmanship and respect for others' abilities without judgment. Topics for beginners: fundamentals, basic moves and tactics. 



Eric Carle's Animals

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.


Animation Maker

Enter the world of movie and game animations! Students will learn the core skills of creating simple animated movies, creating 2D and 3D characters and animating those.  Take your learning beyond stop-motion animation with real animation design tools.  You will get to create real computer graphics and build animations like the pros.   



At Seabury's downtown campus

3D Game Development

3D Game Development spans a wonderful mix of creative problem solving with coding and artistic expression through 3D Modeling & Animation.  Students will learn tools and techniques used by the pros to create 3D games such as Fortnite, learning to artistically model, animate, and cleverly program.  This class will cover programming with javascript and help develop 3D spatial and visual cognition, while inspiring students to develop at their creative best!  Note: Students will need to have a laptop computer to bring to class.   

Dungeons and Dragons 


Fantasy table top role playing at its best. Dungeons and Dragons is the most popular game of its kind. It's a fun social gathering that requires you to think on your toes, solve problems, be creative, and ultimately learn how to become a team player. Includes playing dice. Maximum of 6 students!



Advance registration required for all Seabury Squared programs and workshops.
Financial assistance is available.
All classes require a minimum number of students for classes to be held.



Watch for Spring@Seabury offerings – including spring break camps! Registration begins 2/12/20.


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