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After-School Program

After School Program

Our school prides itself on fulfilling the goal of educating and developing the whole person. We offer enriching extracurricular activities for all ages. 

Students have the opportunity to expand their learning by participating in classes spanning the spectrum from yoga to robotics.

You will find below the extracurricular activities that we are offering to our students this semester.

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Art Studio 

Taught by artist Creative Creatures & Co, this class lets students explore a large variety of art forms, from drawing to sewing, painting or sculpting. Students produce original works of art, such as acrylic paint canvases, colored pencil drawings, sculptures made of edible material, and clay.

Playing Basketball


Taught by Jazzlyn, she has been playing basketball since she was 4. She played varsity all 4 years in High School and got a full ride scholarship to play at Rust College a HBCU in Mississippi. She was an Assistant Coach there for 2 years. She moved back to California in 2021 and began coaching varsity girls basketball at Inglewood HS and has been doing private training for 4 years. 


Martial Arts

This class is offered in partnership with American Tiger Martial Arts & Fitness. Kung Fu is a style of martial arts that does not rely on size or strength but on practiced techniques so it is suitable for students of all sizes. 



Our yoga class is open for students from Preschool to 2nd Grade and include breathing exercise, yoga games , secret garden (a child friendly form of meditation) and body awareness exercises.



Taught by international professional soccer player Georges Ba, our soccer program is meant for beginners and intermediate-level soccer players and focuses on the physical and technical aspects of the sport.

Student Council

Student Council

Our Student Council is generally composed of 15 to 20 students from 3rd through 8th grade. Open to any student, the Council meets once a week under the supervision and guidance of one of our faculty members. The Student Council's goal is to offer students a space where they can participate in the life of the campus, as well as be representatives of their fellow classmates to relay their voice to school administration. In doing so, students get acquainted with the fundamentals of the democratic process, as all decisions made by the Council are subject to a debate and vote.

The Student Council also organizes fun community-building events held on campus, such as Crazy Hair Day, Teacher Appreciation Week, Chess Tournaments, and more. Through participation in the Council, students develop and hone their leadership and organizational skills.

Community Events

Community Events

Since its opening in 1988, our campus has always set building a vibrant, thriving, and diverse community within Orange County as one of its main goals. The small size of our campus, along with an exceptionally warm and nurturing environment created over the years by our staff, faculty members, and several generations of families, has helped foster a very unique sense of community. 

We are proud to nurture this school culture by offering our community several opportunities to come together during special events throughout the year. 

Here is a list of some of the events that we celebrate:

  • Welcome Breakfast

  • Monthly Coffee Socials

  • Halloween Costume Parade & Carnival

  • Thanksgiving Potluck

  • Barnes & Noble Night Fundraiser

  • French Movie Nights

  • Bilingual Spelling Bee

  • Winterfest

  • Pajama Day

  • Read-a-Thon & Scholastic Book Fair

  • Parents’ Soirée/Social

  • Teacher Appreciation Week

  • Science Day

  • Middle School Dance

  • Fête de la Musique

  • Grandparents' Day Breakfast

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