Friday Afters


Friday
Afters is an after-school enrichment program for Lower School students in PC through Group IV.

Session II online registration:
Thursday, January 17–Thursday, January 24

Program Dates: Fridays
February: 1, 8, 22
March: 1, 29
April: 5, 12
May: 3, 10 (make-up, if needed)

The program for PC and CC runs from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM on the Ridgeview Avenue campus and includes lunch supervision. Parents are asked to provide a bagged, nut-free lunch for their children.

The program for Groups I-IV runs from school dismissal until 2:50 PM and includes lunch.

We strongly encourage everyone to put down a first, second, and third choice. There will be a lottery for classes that are over-subscribed.

*For Waverly Group, please note that priority will be given to girls on the waitlist from Session I, followed by girls who have not done it before at GA.

Art Safari (PC)

Pack a pink slip and your sense of adventure because we’re taking a safari around the world. Each class will take the mini explorers to a new country, where they will discover native animals through games, literature, and a whole lot of art!

Instructor: Little Scholars – Annalisa Ewald
Limit: 16 girls

Enchanted Entertainers (CC)

In this brand new offering, CC girls take the stage. The girls will use their creativity and imagination to produce a one-of–a-kind performance based on a fairytale, fable, or children’s book. The girls will have fun learning the basics of play-acting in a fun and light-hearted environment.

Instructor: Curtain Call
Limit: 16 girls

Awesome Art With Felicity (Groups I–III)

Have fun creating awesome art with the beloved Felicity. Each week students will use different mediums, such as paints on canvas, watercolor, and pastels, to create amazing masterpieces. The girls will have a blast as they explore, create, achieve, and most importantly, have fun with art!

Instructor: Felicity Kostakis
Limit: 16 girls

Girls Coding Club (Groups I & II)

The best way to learn how to code is through creating games. All students first create the same game for base-level knowledge, and then move onto Circuit Playground. Girls will learn how to create an interactive digital game, a custom night-light, and a magic trick. This is the perfect class to prepare young minds for a world full of technology!

Instructor: MacInspires – Travis Sluss
Limit: 10 girls


Zumba Dance Party (Groups I & II)

Let’s get ready to Rumba! Zumba Party is a fun and action-packed dance class filled with step-by-step instruction in rhythm to your favorite songs. Girls will learn bouncy Zumba moves along with the Macarena, Limbo, Freeze Dance, Leaps, Electric Slide, Wacka Waka, and much more.

Instructor: Magic Dance On The Water – Mara Garel
Limit: 12 girls

Movie Making (Groups III & IV)

In this class students will plan their own original story and put it on the big screen. First they’ll learn how to ideate and write a simple script and operate a camera, using composition to enhance story. Next they’ll learn how to import footage and edit using Adobe Premiere. Students can expect to finish this class with a completed video project that they will be proud of!

Instructor: Digital Arts Education
Limit: 12 girls

*Please note that priority will be given to girls on the waitlist from Session I, followed by girls who have not done it before at GA.

3D Jewelry Making (Groups III & IV)

Time to accessorize! Over the course of this class, girls will explore TinkerCAD, a free web-based 3D modeling tool, and learn how to model original pieces of custom fit jewelry. They will also discover 3D printing technology and see how 3D printers function. Students can expect to complete this class with several pieces of originally designed 3D printed jewelry that they can show off to all of their family and friends!

Instructor: Digital Arts Education
Limit: 12 girls

The Waverly Project (Groups III & IV)

Grab your passport and pack your sense of adventure! In this unique and popular offering, Waverly founder Molly Wills leads the girls on a world tour of creativity and self-discovery. Each session the travelers will “visit” different countries and engage in DIY projects specially inspired by each visit—hand-cut scarves from Paris, beautiful perfumes from Indonesia, splatter paint totes inspired by Jackson Pollack, and paper-making pegged to Germany and the printing press revolution. This class truly is empowering and inspiring!

Instructor: The Waverly Group - Molly Wills
Limit: 15 girls*

Questions? Contact Rachel Robison or Courtney Kennedy.

Register PC/CC

The eight-week session is $250. Payment will be charged to student billing account. If a cancellation is made after the first lesson, billing accounts will be credited a 50 percent refund; no refunds after that time.

If classes are oversubscribed, a lottery will be held to determine participants.

Register Groups I-IV

The eight-week session is $495. Payment will be charged to student billing account. If a cancellation is made after the first lesson, billing accounts will be credited a 50 percent refund; no refunds after that time.

If classes are oversubscribed, a lottery will be held to determine participants. Girls may register for up three classes in order of preference.

Greenwich Academy 200 North Maple Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 203.625.8900
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