Creative Enrichment Classes

Beginning Sewing

This class is for sewing beginners as they learn how to use a sewing machine, basic techniques, and work on a small project.

Advanced Sewing

This class is for students with sewing experience who want to work on developing their skills.

Creative Writing

Learn how to explore your imagination, express your thoughts, and move the emotions of your readers. Students will be given time to write in a quiet environment, learn writing techniques best suited to the types of stories they want to tell, and receive constructive advice on the work they produce.

Art of Etiquette

Etiquette is not just learning to eat with the right fork! In this class, students will learn all about manners and respect. Learn how to handle different social situations as well as social media. Perfect for young people learning how to navigate our ever-changing society or looking to find their first job.

Theatrical Lighting

Interested in tech, theater, or the magic of lighting? This is the class for you! This fun and very technical class will engage students with the fundamentals of theatrical entertainment lighting. They will learn how to use industry-leading professional lighting consoles, theater lighting instruments, and how to program lighting sequences for on-stage action. This class also features small units in stage terminologies, running a theatrical crew, light plots, and other various technical theater aspects!

Video Production

Students will learn the ins and outs of producing a video from its conception to its completion. Students in the Video Editing class will often edit the work of the Video Production class, however, students are encouraged to take both classes for an entirely immersive experience.

Video Editing

Students will be trained in editing videos with Adobe Premiere Pro. They will learn basic timeline assembly to effectively export a finalized video. Students in the Video Editing class will often edit the work of the Video Production class, however, students are encouraged to take both classes for an entirely immersive experience.

Culinary Arts

Students learn basic kitchen safety and work together to make many different fun (and delicious) foods and baked goods. While the Youth Arts kitchen is a nut-free facility, we do not have an allergy-free certified kitchen. Please contact our office before signing up for this class if your student has any food allergies.

STEAM

(Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math)

Students will have a chance to explore both their creativity and the fascinating world around them. They will do crafts, experiments, art, and other fun projects in this STEAM class. Projects can include salt crystals and sugar crystals, paper airplanes, bridge building, corn husk dolls, & much more!