After School @Ross

At Ross Lower School, the fun doesn’t stop at the final bell! We offer a number of engaging after-school activities for students in Nursery–Grade 8. Our enrichment offerings include animation, basketball, ceramics, chess, filmmaking, homework club, horseback riding, improv storytelling, spanish, tennis, and theater.

SPRING 2018
March 12–June 8

Basketball (Grades 2–6)
Mondays, 3–4pm; $300
Students learn game fundamentals through drills, engage in pick-up games and more during this interactive course.

Ceramics (Grades K–6)
Mondays, 3–4pm; $350
Students explore multiple hand-forming clay techniques and spend time learning to create on the pottery wheel with individualized attention from the instructor.

Chess (Grades 1–6)
Wednesdays, 3–4pm; $330
New players learn how pieces move while practicing fun strategy games, and more advanced players focus on opening and endgame strategies. Students are invited to compete in rated tournaments with other schools and clubs.

Harmonious Earth Kids (Grades K–6)
Wednesdays, 3–4pm; $330
Join enrichment educator Erika Haberkorn for hands-on fun during her workshop, Art of Hippie Living! Students will have the opportunity to reconnect with nature and discover its wonderful offerings. Themed activities like Eco-Explorers, Garden Keepers, and Wellness Warriors are available to those enrolled.

Homework Club (Grades 1–6)
Mondays–Thursdays, 3–4pm; $20 per class
Ross students can extend their school day to complete assignments and projects under the guidance of Ross faculty.

Horseback Riding (Grades K–6)
Tuesdays, 3–4pm; $825
Students learn proper riding skills, grooming, horse care, tacking up, and good sportsmanship.

Spanish (Grades K–6)
Tuesdays, 3–4pm; $330
Spanish enthusiasts of all levels are welcome to join this program, where students will enhance their language skills and practice with their peers.

Tennis @Ross: Junior Tennis Academy (Grades 5–8) Apply Today
 Players build off their foundation to further develop fundamental skills and techniques as they transition into yellow balls and prepare for tournament competition. Ball control, strategy, and work ethic are all emphasized in this 90-minute session of drills and point play. 

Tennis @Ross: Youth Tennis Academy (Nursery–Grade 4) Apply Today
Players build a strong foundation through a variety of game-based and cooperative activities using age-appropriate (red, orange, or green) balls and nets that will prepare them for eventual full court play.