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For many children, the school day doesn’t end when the last bell rings. There’s still lots of learning to be done and fun to be had. Taught by Montgomery specialists and community partners, after school enrichment programs build on each student’s daily experience to inspire mind, body, and character.  

Afternoon Enrichments* are offered throughout the school year and include fun and engaging lessons in art, science, theater, and more! Visit this page often for the latest offerings and to register online. 

*Additional fees apply.

Current Offerings

Ramp Up: Skateboarding with Mike Dixon P'33 ($160)
Session 1: April 2, 9, 16, 23  (3:30 - 4:30 PM)
Grades: K - 2

Session 2: April 30, May 14, 21, 28 (3:30 - 4:30 PM)
Grades: K - 5 

Drop in and experience the joy and challenge of skateboarding in a safe environment with a certified instructor! No experience necessary. This beginner level skateboarding clinic balances new skills, supervised practice, and creative games and challenges! Skateboards are provided but you MUST provide your own helmet. Wrist guards, elbow pads, and knee pads are not required but strongly encouraged.


Crafty Chef
Session 1: May 2, 9, 16, 23 (3:30 - 4:30 PM)
Grades: PreK-5
The Crafty Chef is back with all new themes for a festive Spring! We're excited to Craft.Cook.Create with your chef as we go full STEAM ahead in the kitchen! Themes include Cinco de Mayo, Smoothie Spa, Movie Night, and Savory Sundaes!


Signature After School Sports Enrichment

OT (Overtime) Sports*

  • Lower and middle school 
  • Fridays, 3:15–4:15 PM 
  • Sessions focus on sport specific skills 
  • Groups are divided by skill level so individual athlete’s skills advance at the right pace through appropriate drills and small sided games
  • Directed by Carolyn Blair, Director of Operations

*Additional Fees Apply
The cost for each session is $175 per child.


5th Grade Interscholastic Sports*

  • “Almost” middle school students experience team dynamics and begin to learn specific sport skills
  • 5th grade students may participate in the fall and spring sports seasons
  • Fall: field hockey, soccer or cross country 
  • Spring: lacrosse 
  • Two days a week, 3:15–4:15 PM
  • Students play in 3 JV games per season. This is an opportunity for young athletes to ease into more competitive play with high level coaching and game day exposure.

*Additional Fees Apply
The cost for each session is $325 per child.