discovering talents and enhancing social skills
At Community House, we encourage children to participate in age-appropriate activities. We offer seasonal camps, stimulating classes, fine and performing arts programs, and many types of sports and physical activities — all geared to those ages 4 to 12. Let your children discover their abilities, learn teamwork skills and express their creativity in an inclusive, accepting environment.
programs for children
ENRICHMENT AND EDUCATION
S.T.E.M. with Noggin Builders
Explore hands-on, real-world projects in STEM while stretching your creative problem solving with fun activities.
Kid Built Woodworking NEW
This program is a hands-on woodworking enrichment program that focuses on real-life skills. Children have an opportunity to construct in a hands-on environment. The course helps children learn how to properly use tools, practice safety, and then choose a project to design and construct. They will create projects including a toolbox, rope ladder, or a birdhouse and will gain a sense of pride and accomplishment in something that they built themselves.
Imagination, movement, dance and enchanting costumes combine to enhance your child's creativity and coordination. Classes incorporate basic ballet, French terminology, creative movement, and motor skill development. Parent Observation Day will take place on the last day of the session for the last 15 minutes of class.
Ballet at Community House has been a staple program for generations. Teaching and training the fundamentals of dance to students young and old the Community House is the perfect place to begin your Ballet journey.
Skyline Studios Presents Frozen Jr.
Calling all young actors... Are you ready to have your debut on stage? Join us in a wonderful and exciting journey as we explore musical theatre! All actors involved in this program will rehearse weekly to learn songs, scenes, and dances from Frozen Jr.! Each cast member will receive a rehearsal CD and script for practice at home. Get ready for a fabulous show! Broadway, here we come!