Students are able to participate in a variety of enrichment classes each year. Physical education, art, music, and Spanish are offered on a rotating basis throughout the school year. Students in grades 4-8 also participate in computer class where they collaborate in project-based learning using computer applications, multimedia resources, 3D printing, and coding.
In middle school, students can elect to take band or performance choir as their primary enrichment course. These courses allow students to have focused instruction, practice, and performance on a specific area of interest and help prepare them for high school band and choir.
Students in grades 6-8 participate in Club Day, where they can choose from over 25 clubs to attend each semester. Club topics are chosen yearly based on input from students. A variety of topics such as forensic science, escape room, garage band, fashion design, sports statistics, and photography allows for students to learn something new and socialize with students of similar interests.
The school library provides a nurturing environment where students learn the joy and power of reading. Library lessons help develop students into lifelong users, evaluators, and creators of information. Students are empowered to become critical thinkers and skillful researchers.