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After School Online

 
Our new After-School Online programs are here!
You do not need to be a Crescent student to register for our online after-school programming. Girls and boys from any school are welcome.
 

Private Music Lessons

Enhance your child’s music education with private lessons taught by experienced and qualified instructors. A wide range of instruments and convenient scheduling options are available. Learn more about Private Music Lessons here.
 

After-School Programs - Spring 2021

Led by experienced camp staff, our After-School Online programs offer enriching and fun activities for boys and girls aged eight years and up.

Our Spring 2021 session begins the week of March 15 and ends May 31. Each activity takes place after school via Zoom.

Note that there will be no programs on the following dates: Friday, April 2 (Good Friday); Monday, April 5 (Easter Monday); April 12-16 (Spring Break); Monday, May 24 (Victoria Day).

Registration is now closed.

Mondays (March 15 to May 31)

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  • Advanced Comic Book Creation (Ages 8-11)

    Times available: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (9 weeks: March 15 to May 31)
    Instructor: Matt Corolis
    Highlights: Advanced Comic Book Creation! Character building, long-form comics, and comic-book design! This immersive program takes a deep dive into the world of Comic Books, from the idea and collaboration with classmates, to understanding backstory and how it affects our characters and the world around them. Comic Book II will lead participants towards creating their very own professionally laid out comics. This is a follow-up program to Introduction to Comic Book Creation, and offers more advanced elements for the comic book writer/artist looking to take their skills to the next level!
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student to Staff ratio: 10:1
    Cost: $135
  • Mystery Game Madness (Ages 10-12)

    Times available: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (9 weeks: March 15 to May 31)
    Instructor: Emma Dorland
    Highlights: Uncover mysteries! Using critical thinking skills, students will solve mysteries and puzzles. Games and activities may include escape rooms, riddles, virtual Clue©, Among Us©, social deduction games and more.
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student to Staff ratio: 8:1
    Cost: $135
  • AR/VR Creation Using CoSpaces (Ages 10-12)

    Times available: 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. (9 weeks: March 15 to May 31)
    Instructor: Sairah Fazil
    Highlights: Step into a different reality of your own creation! Participants will use CoSpaces to create and code an AR/VR experience to share with others. They will learn the basics of block coding, as well as bringing in 3D models from other programs. Code, collaborate, use your imagination to immerse yourself in the experience! 
    Requirements to view the creations in AR/VR (not essential for the program):
    • AR - smartphone or tablet
    • VR - smartphone and VR goggles (we suggest Merge Goggles or Google Cardboard)
    Student to Staff ratio: 6:1
    Cost: $202.50

Tuesdays (March 16 to May 25)

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  • Fun With Science (Ages 8-10)

    Times available: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (10 weeks: March 16 to May 25)
    Instructor: Kira Rosenbloom
    Highlights: Have fun with science! Students will have fun learning about science through interactive activities and experiments that explore their natural creativity and curiosity. Activities may include puzzles, volcanoes, rockets, forensics and more.
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student to Staff ratio: 8:1
    Cost: $150
  • Chess (Ages 11-13)

    Times available: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (10 weeks: March 16 to May 25)
    Instructor: Nathan Beber
    Highlights: Learn your next move! This program will allow beginner and intermediate players to advance their skills. New strategies and techniques will be implemented as their skills progress. Students will have the opportunity to showcase their skills through an online platform where they will compete against peers. Fun learning games will be woven into the program to create a fun and collaborative environment.
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student to Staff ratio: 8:1
    Cost: $150

Wednesdays (March 17 to May 26)

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  • Intermediate Coding Concepts with Minecraft (Ages 11-13)

    Times available: 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. (10 weeks: March 17 to May 26)
    Instructor: Hassan Singer
    Highlights: Intermediate Minecraft! Students will build on their understanding of concepts used in coding for Minecraft and other programming languages while improving their teamwork and communication skills. By the end of the program, students will understand, and be able to use, programming ideas and structures. They will, for example, learn how and when to use variables, constants, coordinates, and loops. They will be able to use these tools to act quickly and smoothly in their Minecraft worlds and will be able to apply what they have learned when dealing with other programming languages since other languages use similar concepts and structures.
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student to Staff ratio: 5:1
    Cost: $225
  • Private Coding Sessions (Ages 11-13)

    Times available: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (10 weeks: March 17 to May 26)
    Instructor: Tony Qian
    Highlights: Private Coding! Tutored by a highly qualified computer science teacher, students will develop their skills in their preferred choice of programming language: Java or Python. This personalized learning session is offered to students who are new to programming. This program is also offered on Thursdays.
    Students should have a Windows/OSX computer with a functional web-cam.
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student  to Staff ratio: 1:1
    Cost: $450

Thursdays (March 18 to May 27)

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  • American Sign Language (Ages 8-10)

    Times available: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (10 weeks: March 18 to May 27)
    Instructor: Kira Rosenbloom
    Highlights: Learn the basics and beauty of ASL through fun games and activities! American Sign Language (ASL) is a visual language that supports all learners to communicate and process linguistic information through the eyes, facial expressions and body movement. 
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student to Staff ratio: 8:1
    Cost: $150
  • Private Coding Sessions (Ages 11-13)

    Times Available: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. (10 weeks: March 18 to May 27)
    Instructor: Tony Qian
    Highlights: Private Coding! Tutored by a highly qualified computer science teacher, students will develop their skills in their preferred choice of programming language: Java or Python. This personalized learning session is offered to students who are new to programming. This program is also offered on Wednesdays.
    Students should have a Windows/OSX computer with a functional web-cam. 
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student to Staff ratio: 1:1
    Cost: $450
  • Public Speaking (Ages 10-17)

    Times Available: 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. (10 weeks: March 18 to May 27)
    Instructor
    : Debate Camp Canada
    Highlights: Improve your public speaking! An important life skill, feeling comfortable and confident in delivering your message, whether it is speaking to convince, to educate or to entertain is essential. This program, with instruction by Debate Camp Canada, will offer opportunities for students to discover and practice the critical components of public speaking. Students will be grouped according to age and skill level.
    Click here to view supplies and materials requirements.
    Student to Staff ratio: 8:1
    Cost: $250
 
Need more information?
If you have questions about any Crescent After School program, please contact afterschoolprograms@crescentschool.org.