Montessori Academy on the Ranch works with outside vendors that provide a wide range of exciting and enriching programs for the children that take place at the school in the afternoon. During these activities, a high emphasis is placed on character development, sharing, and respect. These are optional programs, with additional fees, that parents can enroll their children in directly with the vendor.
Soccer ShotsThis program is an excellent source of physical activity and development of healthy habits. Through the activities and games played, the children will learn soccer skills, teamwork, and communication. A high emphasis is also placed on character development, sharing, and respect. Not to mention it is lots of fun!
Creative Sports & GymnasticsThis class is a fun mobile exercise class designed the way all kids want to play. Your child will be introduced to the four disciplines of gymnastics (vault, bars, beam, and floor) while learning a variety of creative motor skills activities and games. Your child will receive professional instructions on custom designed equipment provided by the instructor. Sports class includes baseball, basketball, football, paddle ball, field hockey, and more. This program teaches young students how to excel in all youth sports activities.
DanceDancing in Harmony is a specialized enrichment company that is tutu fun for school. A professional dance teacher comes each week and introduces the basic positions and movements of ballet using music, games, creative imagery, and stories using books and puppets. This is fun preparation for the study of classical ballet, basic ballet technique, and popular dance routines set music.
Klay KidsThis creative ceramics class will teach the art of hand building clay. Children will use their imagination along with a variety of fun tools to create original works of art. Klay Kids is great for the development of fine motor skills, creative problem solving, patience, and self-esteem.
"One test of the correctness of educational procedure is the happiness of the child." - Dr. Maria Montessori