2013 After School Guide

Illustrations by Ben Ciccati


AHA! AHA! (Academy of Healing Arts for Teens) after-school groups for teens teach character, conscience, acceptance, communication skills, and other aspects of social and emotional intelligence … and they’re fun, active, and build community.

This fall, AHA! offers eight after-school groups, including, Girls’ Group, Mon., 5:30-7pm; Ally Group, Tue., 3:30-5pm; Creative/Dream Group, Wed., 3:30-5pm; Council Training with Restorative Practices, Thu., 3:30-5pm; Guys’ Group, Thu., 5:15-6:45pm. Mandatory enrollment meeting Tue., Sept. 3, 10, 17, or 24, 4-5pm. Jefferson Hall, 1525 Santa Barbara St. Ages 14-19. All groups offered by donation. Call 770-7200, 448-0920 para español, or visit

Franklin Youth Drop-In Center The Franklin Youth Drop-In Center is a safe place for neighborhood youth to socialize and build relationships with other neighborhood youth through a variety of activities, organized learning experiences, and skill-building opportunities. Activities are offered daily throughout the year during the after-school hours.

Mon.-Fri., 2:30-6:30pm. Franklin Youth Drop-In Ctr., 1126 E. Montecito St. Teens. Free. Call 897-2582.

Twelve35 Teen Center The Teen Center, maintained by City Parks & Rec and the Police Activities League, offers classes in various fields such as the arts, dance, technology, and personal enrichment. It’s centrally located in downtown Santa Barbara and operates after school. It provides a safe and encouraging environment in which students can grow, learn, and thrive. Healthy snacks are offered daily.

Mon.-Fri., 2:30-6:30pm. Twelve35 Teen Ctr., 1235 Chapala St. Teens. Free. Visit

General Programs

Classical Ballet, Modern, Tap, and Performing Arts S.B.’s Festival Ballet Performing Company and Dance Conservatory is dedicated to classical training through safe, correct technique, development of artistry, and a supportive and dignified environment for students. Instruction utilizing the Cecchetti syllabus ensures careful progression as dancer advances. Offering Pre-Ballet through Grade 10, Teen, and Adult classes, Modern, and Tap. Performances include the historic Nutcracker at the Arlington Theatre with a live orchestra. Member of Regional Dance America.

Fall term begins Aug. 19. S.B. Festival Ballet, 1019 Chapala St., Ste. B. Ages 3–pre-professional. For prices and information,
call 966-0711 or visit

Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara After-School Program S.B.’s girls will learn science, art, dance, cooking, sports, reading, and more. Transportation is available to two locations.

After school-6pm, begins Aug. 26. Santa Barbara Ctr., 531 E. Ortega St., call 963-4017; Goleta Ctr., 4973 Hollister Ave., call 967-0319. Grades K-8. $100/week full-time, $60/week part-time, $35/day. Visit

Goleta Boys & Girls Club After-School Program The program offers a rewarding and challenging experience for students in kindergarten through 6th grade. “Youth Bus” transportation is provided from school to the beautiful facility located on the UCSB West Campus. The center is a state-licensed facility and provides a program of enrichment in all areas of development and personal growth, and the curriculum planning is age appropriate and follows state standards for grade-level expectations.

Mon.-Fri., after school-6pm, begins Aug. 26. UCSB West Campus, 7966 Seaway Dr. Grades K-6. $75-$85/week. Call 893-8487.

Homework Center The Carpinteria Library will provide a supervised place for students to work on homework, with computers, printers, tables, supplies, and a bilingual staff.

Mon. 2:30-6pm, Tue. 2:30-5:30pm, Wed. 1-6pm, Thu. 2:30-5:30pm. Carpinteria Library, 5141 Carpinteria Ave., Carpinteria. Grades 3-8. Free. Call 684-4314 or visit

LGBTQ Youth Group Pacific Pride Foundation’s youth program focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth who do not always experience safety in heterosexual environments and whose unique needs are sometimes overlooked at other agencies.

Fridays, 4-5:30pm. Pacific Pride Foundation, 126 E. Haley St., Ste. A-12. Ages 13-17. Free. Call 963-3636 x117 or visit

Quality Time Child Development Preschool and After-School At QT children have endless opportunities to discover and learn about themselves, others, and the environment in an atmosphere that encourages harmonious and meaningful relationships. Our natural environment is full of exploration and discovery where children are able to deepen their understanding through multiple hands-on experiences.

Mon.-Fri., 8am-5pm. Quality Time Child Development Ctr., 4545 Hollister Ave. Ages 2-6 and kindergarten (after school). $60/day, $35/after school. Call 845-7773 or visit

Rainbow School After School Care Kids enjoy arts and crafts, special theme days, board games, outdoor activities, and homework time.

Mon.-Fri., 1:30-5:30pm. (All-day care available during elementary school holidays.) 5689 Hollister Ave., Goleta; Grades K-6. $27/day for kindergarten; $22/day grade-schoolers. Call 964-4511.

Art, Dance, Theater, and Music

Dance with Pizazz Beginner classes in dance are perfect for young female dancers who like jazzy music and jazzy dance steps, twirls, conga lines, and optional performances. The girls learn how to put style, grace, and pizzazz into their dancing.

Tue., 4-5pm; Sat., 1:30-2:30pm; begins Sept. 7.
Leslie Sack Dance Studio, 20 W. Calle Laureles.
Ages 5-7. $55-$100/month. Call 259-7614.

Fall Musical Theatre Workshops The Adderley School for the Performing Arts will host a 14-week singing, dancing, and acting class that culminates in a final theatrical performance of a Broadway workshop with costumes at Center Stage Theater in downtown Santa Barbara. Young actors become empowered as they experience the joy of performing in a positive, encouraging environment. Sing! Dance! Act! Shine!

Mon.-Fri., 3:30-6:30pm; Sat., 10:30am-1:30pm; begins Sept. 3. Adderley School for the Performing Arts, 316 State St., Ste A. Ages 4-13. $500-$625/semester. Call 899-3680 or visit

Goleta School of Ballet The school offers 14 levels of ballet instruction​—​perfect for young performers regardless of their experience! With annual performances of The Nutcracker, The Nutcracker Tutu Suite, and a Spring Presentation, this comprehensive ballet training school has been teaching students in the community for 29 years.

Mon.-Sat., morning and late-afternoon classes. Goleta School of Ballet, 303 Magnolia Ave., Goleta. Ages 3-18. $49+/month. Call 328-3823 or visit

Grow Your Art — Start Where You Are and Blossom! Poppins Mentoring will help students learn art elements and principles, utilize warm-up activities, and refine skills. Drawing is a relaxing and productive way to smooth out the wrinkles of the day while softly enhancing focused attention, framing problems, making choices, improving fine motor skills, and quieting the mind and body.

Mon.: 1-2:30pm, homeschoolers; 4-5pm, ages 7-9. Tue.: 2:30-3:30, ages 4-6; 4-5:30pm, ages 8-12. Wed.: 2:30-3:30, ages 6-8; 4-5:30pm, ages 8-12; 7-9pm, teens and adults. Thu.: 2:30-3:30pm, ages 4-6; 4-5:30pm, ages 8-12. 3803 Connie Wy. $72-$112/ month. Call 448-6289.

Gustafson Dance Fall Program Gustafson Dance offers a full curriculum of ballet and jazz classes to all levels of children and adults. Student performances of the Nutcracker, Rudolph, and more accompany the program.

Mon.-Fri. Ages 2+. Gustafson Dance, 2285 Las Positas Rd. Call 689-5876 or visit

Montecito School of Ballet The Montecito School of Ballet offers after-school classes for children 4-18 years old. Classes include Pre-Ballet, Creative Movement, Classical Ballet, Pointe, Jazz Dance, and Contemporary​—​and students can earn independent PE credit through their school.

Mon.-Sat., times vary, begins Aug. 26. Montecito School of Ballet, 529 E. Gutierrez St. Ages 4-18.
$52-$200/month. Call 451-0553 or visit

S.B. Dance Arts Dance Arts’ internationally trained faculty includes dancers featured on MTV and Cirque du Soleil​—​they offer professional training for all levels and ages in a fun and nurturing environment. Classes include Jazz, Hip-Hop, Broadway, Aerial, Contemporary, Ballet, Tap, and Tiny Tots. Classes are filling up quickly, so call now to register! All students are welcome; come dance with us!

Mon-Fri., varying times all day, Sept. 9-May 9. 1 N. Calle César Chávez, #100. Ages 3-adult. $17+. Call 966-5299 or visit

S.B. School of Performing Arts Each of the schools three tracks rehearses their own musical with S.B.'s finest theatrical professionals. They provide a nurturing, creative environment that helps students excel in their performances and discover new talents. Full performances will be held at the end of each session. Previous shows include Legally Blonde and Anything Goes. Debut (ages 5-9): Winnie the Pooh the Musical, Mon.-Weds. 3:30-5pm. Rising Star (ages 10-14): You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Tues.-Thurs. 3:30-6pm, $895/production. Repertoire (ages 15-21): FAME the Musical, Mon.,Weds., Fri. 5:30-7:30pm, $1200/production. Auditions Aug. 26-30, rehearsal begins Sept. 2. S.B. Dance Ctr., 127 W. Canon Perdido St.

Call 708-8897 or visit for enrollment info.

Sino West Dance, Kung Fu, and Performing Arts S.B.’s family martial arts studio offers a wide variety of classes for kids to enjoy, including acrobatics, ballet, kung fu, hip-hop, jazz, contemporary, Chinese dance, and yoga. The studio provides students with fun, healthy exercise for their bodies and minds, while nurturing confidence, discipline, muscle coordination, and other social skills important to everyday life.

Mon.-Sat., begins Aug. 26. Times and schedule online. Sino West Performing Arts, 5718 Hollister Ave., #105, Goleta. Ages 3-adult. Cost varies with age, program, or class. Call 967-2983 or visit

Young Singers Club Weekly inclusive classes include vocal and breathing exercises, fun solos, choreography, ensemble numbers, and performances. Show choirs in three age groups also rehearse twice weekly.

Various classes: Mon.-Wed., 3:05-5:30pm, Sept. 16-
Nov. 15, private lessons by audition. Show choirs: Wed.-Sat., 3:30-6pm, begin Sept. 5. Young Singers Club, 4713 Chandler St. Ages 4-18+. $185-$235/quarter. Call 681-7078 or visit

Sports and Nature

All Star and Recreational Cheer Santa Barbara All Stars classes are for beginning to advanced, in a solid program that is the right choice for everyone. Cheer is a great way for young athletes to learn new skills (tumbling, stunts, dance) while building teamwork, goal setting, sportsmanship, and numerous other social skills alongside lifelong friendships.

All Stars: Mon./Thu., 5:30-7:30pm. Recreational: Tue., 5:30-7:30pm. Carrillo Recreation Ctr., 100 E. Carrillo St. Ages 4-18. $75/Recreational, $85/All Stars. Call 319-4072.

Capoeira Classes Professor Chin will instruct pupils in capoeira, a Brazilian martial art that blends music and acrobatics.

Ages 7-11, Mon./Wed. 4-5pm; ages 12+, Mon./Wed. 5-6pm; ages 3-6, Tue./Thu. 4:15-5pm, and Sat., 9am; ages 7+, Sat., 10am. Brasil Arts Café, 1230 State St. $50-$110/month. Call 637-5355 or visit

Earn-A-Bike Program (Pedal Power) The Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition will sponsor bicycle “driving education” classes to teach kids bike safety, handling skills while in traffic, group riding, and basic bike repair at the hands of accredited League Cycling Instructors. Bring your own helmet and bike, or earn a bike through the program.

Goleta Valley Jr. High (6100 Stow Cyn. Rd.): Tue./Thu., 2:30-4pm, begins Sept. 24. La Colina Jr. High (4025 Foothill Rd.): Wed./Thu., 2:30-4pm, begins Sept. 25. S.B. Jr. High (721 E. Cota St.): Tue./Fri., 2:30-4pm, begins Sept. 24. Carpinteria Middle School (5351 Carpinteria Ave.): Wed./Fri., 3-4:30pm, begins Sept. 25. All ages. $20. Call 699-6301.

The First Tee Program The First Tee’s mission is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values, and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. We offer nine-week beginner and advanced classes that teach golf fundamentals, on-course play, and the etiquette of the game.

Advanced: Tue., 3:30-5pm, Sept. 17-Nov. 12. Beginner: Thu., 3;30-5pm, Sept. 19-Nov. 14. Twin Lakes Golf Course, 6034 Hollister Ave., Goleta. Ages 7-18. $100. Call 964-1414.

Girls Inc. Gymnastics Jump into recreational and competitive-level gymnastics, birthday parties, camps, and more with Girls Inc.!

Mon.-Fr., 2-7pm, start any time. Santa Barbara Ctr., 531 E. Ortega St. Ages 3+, coed. $60/four-week session. $35 registration fee. Call 963-4492 or visit

iSurf A woman-owned, women-specific surf school, iSurf is looking to get women of all ages active and healthy through the sport of surfing. The school believes that a healthy body promotes a healthy mind. The after-school program takes your daughter to various locations looking for surf that’s appropriate to their skill level. Students are picked up from school and returned home by 6:30pm.

Mon.-Thu. Sign up online at

Ken Ota’s Aikido with Ki and Judo Too Learn the martial art with class, develop confidence, coordination, and respect at Ken Ota’s school.

Tue./Thu., 4-6pm. 255 Magnolia Ave., Goleta. Ages 7-14. Call 967-3103.

Nature Adventures The S.B. Museum of Natural History’s Nature Adventures classes, camps, and workshops at the Museum and Sea Center are designed to provide children with opportunities to experiment, experience, and observe the natural world around them, while engaging in the scientific process. Preregistration required; scholarships are available.

Tykes Series, Explorations in the Ocean: Ages 2-4, Thu., Sept. 26-Oct. 24, 10:15-11am, $75-$95. Early Learners Series, Ocean Wonders: Ages 4-5, Tue., Sept. 17-Nov. 5, 3:30-5pm, $120-$152. After School Series, Wild Ocean: Ages 6-10, Wed., Sept. 18-Nov. 6, 3:30-5pm, $120-$152. S.B. Museum of Natural History, 2559 Puesta del Sol. Call 682-4711 x171 or visit

one. Soccer Schools After School Enrichment Programs are designed for elementary school children. Students will have fun developing the essential technical and tactical skills needed for soccer, improve their hand-eye coordination, and experience higher levels of fitness in a familiar, and trusted, school environment. Program length and costs vary. See online schedule or contact your school office for specific dates and details. Programs offered throughout the community every quarter. Various camps Sept.-June at Montecito Union, Cold Spring, Roosevelt, Peabody, Washington, Mountain View, and Adams schools.

Grades kindergarten and up. $90+ per session.
Call 845-6801 or visit

Page Youth Center After School Coed Bowling Clinic Lace up the bowling shoes and roll down to Zodo’s after school this fall for PYC’s bowling clinics.

Thu., 3:30-5pm. Sept. 12-Oct. 17. Page Youth Ctr., 4540 Hollister Ave. Grades 2-8. $75. Call 967-8778 or visit

Page Youth Center After School Coed Volleyball Clinic Practice your bump, set, and spike techniques this fall with PYC’s coed volleyball clinics.

Wed., 3:45-5pm, Sept. 11-Oct. 16. Page Youth Ctr., 4540 Hollister Ave. Grades 2-8. $100. Call 967-8778 or visit

Page Youth Center Basketball Clinic Young B-ballers will refine their skills on the court with PYC’s guided basketball clinics.

Girls: Tue., 3:30-5pm, Sept. 10-Oct. 15. Boys: Thu., 3:30-5pm, Sept. 12-Oct. 17. Page Youth Ctr., 4540 Hollister Ave. Grades 2-8. $100. Call 967-8778 or visit

Santa Barbara Hockey Association Roller Hockey SBHA offers youth roller hockey for fall, winter, and spring in several age groups, from under-8s to Varsity high school travel teams. Adult leagues are also available! Beginners welcome - everyone plays -- in an inclusive program where the focus is on skill development, sportsmanship, and having fun! Season begins with Learn to Skate and Gear Swap Day on Sept. 7, 9am-noon. Ages 4+. Earl Warren Showgrounds, 3400 Calle Real, Santa Barbara. $150/season. Visit or email for scheduling and more information.

SBFitKidz Beyond the Bell Our affordable recreation classes offer children a fun all-sports (soccer, basketball, volleyball, lacrosse, baseball, and more) program designed for children to SEE (Specialize in Experiencing Everything). SBFitKidz after-school and preschool programs are designed to educate, motivate, and inspire children to develop a love for sports, physical fitness, and health.

Mon.-Fri. Location TBD. Ages 4-10. $75-$100/week, 8- to 12-week programs. Call 705-1661 or visit

S.B. Rock Gym Climbing Team Take your climbing to the next level with S.B. Rock Gym’s competitive climbing team. They will be traveling the California Coast leaving a wake of destruction at other climbing facilities.

Mon./Thu., 5:30-7:30pm, tryouts begin Sept. 9. S.B. Rock Gym, 322 State St. Ages 9-17. $170/month. Call 770-3225 or visit

SBRG High School Climbing Team Do you want your teen to gain all the benefits of traditional high school sports participation but he or she is not interested in those sports? Get six students together, and contact S.B. Rock Gym about starting a climbing team with your student’s school. Begins with the school year.

S.B. Rock Gym, 322 State St. $50/month. Call 770-3225 or visit

SBRG Kids Climbing Club This three-class series will introduce your climber to the world of rock climbing. Participants will be able to develop basic climbing skills as well as create climbing goals in a fun and dynamic environment. S.B. Rock Gym’s certified staff will help your climber reach new heights.

Three Saturdays/month, 10am-noon, beginning Aug. 31. S.B. Rock Gym, 322 State St. Ages 5-9. $135/mo. Call 770-3225 or visit

SBRG Teen Rocks These sessions are the best way for your climber to discover a sport for life. This 10-session program begins with foundational climbing skills and develops to more complex climbing techniques, all under the supervision of S.B. Rock Gym’s certified staff.

Ten Sundays, 10am-noon, begins Sept. 1; or 10 Tuesdays, 4-6pm, begins Sept. 3. S.B. Rock Gym, 322 State St. Ages 10-14. $350/session. Call 770-3225 or visit

S.B. School of Squash This urban youth enrichment program combines academic tutoring with squash instruction and mentoring in order to increase the opportunities and resources available to youth in our city. Santa Barbara School of Squash (SBSOS) aims to provide consistent and reliable academic and athletic support and guidance to the children and families attending schools in Santa Barbara. By exposing children to squash and other educational experiences, SBSOS aims to help each child realize his or her academic and personal potential.

Schedule available at in September. Santa Barbara Athletic Club, 520 Castillo St.; Westside Community Ctr., 423 W. Victoria St.; S.B. YMCA, 36 Hitchcock Wy. Grades 4-12. Free, students must qualify for federal free lunch program. Call 570-9970.

S.B. Soccer Club Players’ Academy After-School Program The Players’ Academy is delivered by nationally certified educators and held in conjunction with area soccer organizations. The program offers players, parents, and coaches a soccer education platform for life. The program incorporates technical, tactical, physical, and mental aspects of player development with a “holistic” approach to your child’s lifelong growth.

Four seven-week sessions, Fri., begin Sept. 13, Nov. 1, Jan. 11, and
Mar. 7; 4-5:30pm. San Marcos High School, 4750 Hollister Ave.; Girsh Park, 7050 Phelps Rd., Goleta. Ages 6-8. $115/session. Call 705-4199.

Surfing After School Program Surf Happens offers continuing education and weekly training sessions for beginning and advanced surfers looking to improve their surfing and catch a ride to the premier spots with friends! Each vehicle transports no more than four surfers to any given spot with a 1:4 instructor-to-student ratio. Participants are picked up from school and dropped off at home after each session. They also offer a girls-only group and a small stationary class located at Leadbetter Beach. Fun team events are included in the program throughout the year!

Mon.-Fri., 2:30-6:30pm. Ages 6-14. $50-$85/ session. Call 966-3613.

Valhalla Elite Training Center Give your child the three “C”s to stand up to bullying: cooperation, confidence, and caring. Valhalla Elite Training Center offers classes in kung fu and jujitsu.

Ages 3-5: Tue./Thu.-Sat., times vary. Ages 6+: Mon.-Fri., 4pm. Ages 17+: Mon.-Fri., 5:30pm. Valhalla ETC, 1113 State St. $39/three weeks. Call 687-1514.


California Learning Center of Santa Barbara The CLC provides tutoring for all grades and academic levels, with customized learning plans based on the needs of individual students in a comprehensive range of subjects, as well as SAT prep, language courses, and homework clubs.

Tutoring: Mon.-Fri., 2:30-7pm, all ages, $55-$65/hour. SAT Prep Courses: Four Saturdays (sessions begin Aug. 10, Sept. 7, Oct. 5, Nov. 2, Jan. 4, Feb. 1, Apr. 5, and May 10), 10am-2pm, grades 10-12, $450/session. Homework Club: Mon.-Fri., 3-7pm, all ages, $25/hour. Children’s Language Courses: Spanish Language and Culture: Six Tuesdays, 5-6pm, begins Sept. 10. Intro to Chinese: Six Wednesdays, 5-6pm, begins Sept. 11. Intro to American Sign Language: Six Thursdays, 5-6pm, begins Sept. 12. $120/course. Parent & Child Yoga with Stephanie: Sat. Aug. 10, 17, 27, 31. Kids 3-7. $18/class, $65/course. California Learning Ctr., 350 S. Hope Ave., Ste. A104. Call 563-1579.

Dubin Learning Center This Santa Barbara leader in education has helped thousands of students, ranging from the underachiever to the gifted, reach their potential. Dubin provides educational therapy for students with learning differences, ADD, dyslexia; tutoring in all subjects; and test prep for SAT, SSAT, ISEE. Individual sessions are scheduled throughout the year according to needs.

Dubin Learning Ctr., 112 W. Cota St. Kindergarten-college. $75-$85/hr. Call 962-7122 or visit

Gateway Educational Services After School Tutoring Gateway offers assessment-based assistance for all grade levels and designated subject tutoring for all areas of math, reading comprehension, and college test prep.

Mon.-Thu., 1-6:30pm. Gateway Educational Services, 4850 Hollister Ave., Ste. C. Ages K-12. Sliding scale. Call 895-1153 or visit

Handwriting Tutoring and Occupational Therapy Program Fun, multisensory approach to improve your child’s handwriting and confidence with classroom work. One-on-one tutoring or small groups are available. Program is run by an occupational therapist utilizing Handwriting Without Tears program. Occupational therapy can also address sensory processing needs, muscle weakness, and overall body awareness leading to improved skills and performance.

Mon.-Thu., after schooltime. Pre-K–6th grade. Abbott and Burkhart Therapy, 1601 Eastman Ave., Ste. 103, Ventura. $80/hr. Call 650-6290.

Math Circles at S.B. Family School For kids who enjoy math​—​explore advanced and extracurricular topics with peers in a fun and challenging setting. Elementary through high school. Most groups have weekly 90-minute after-school meetings; some meet on weekends.

Held in a Math Room in a Goleta home. $12/hour. Call 680-9950 or visit

McEnroe Reading and Language Arts Clinic The McEnroe Reading & Language Arts Clinic at UCSB provides literacy assessments and evidence-based, small-group interventions to elementary-age students.

Mon.-Thu., 3:30-4:15 and 4:30-5:15pm, begins Sept. 30. UCSB, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, Rm. 2204. Grades 1-6. $35/session, $200 assessment. Call 893-7905 or visit

After School in the Park

As usual, the city’s lovely Parks & Recreation Department has come up with a multitude of sports and activities for your students to enjoy after they leave school for the day. Check out the list of activities below, and make sure to check out for more information. All activities and leagues are coed unless otherwise stated. City residents receive discount prices with proof of residency.

Circles for Girls from Mindful Me Friendship Circle: Fri., Jan.-Mar. 2014, 4-6pm, ages 9-12. Being a Girl Circle: Mon., Jan.-Mar. 2014, 4:30-6:30pm, ages 11-13. $182-$200. Call 897-2519.

Expressing My Individuality Wed., Jan.-Feb. 2014, 4:30-6:30pm. Ages 11-15. $182-$200. Call 897-2519.

Recreation Afterschool Program All school year until 5:30pm daily. Grades 1-6. $150/30 days or $10/day. Call 564-5495.

Blacktop Basketball League
Dec.-Feb. Grades 2-6. $50/player. Call 564-5422.

Flag Football League
Sept. 16-Nov. 22. Grades 3-6. $60/player.
Call 564-5422.

Free Blacktop Basketball League Free for students of Adams, Adelante, Cleveland, Franklin, Harding, McKinley, Monroe, Roosevelt, Washington, and S.B. Community Academy. Dec.-Feb. Grades 2-6. Call 564-5422.

Free Flag Football League
Free for students of aforementioned schools. Sept. 16-Nov. 22. Grades 3-6. Call 564-5422.

Free Soccer League
See above, Mar.-May 2014. Grades 3-6.
Call 564-5422.

HEARTS Horseback Riding
Tue., 4-5:30pm. Ages 8-15. $605. Call 964-1519.

Little Dragons Kung Fu
Mon./Wed. Beginner: 3-3:30pm. Intermediate: 3:30-4pm. Advanced: 4-4:30pm. Ages 4-6. $67-$74. Call 897-2519.

Rhythmic Gymnastics
Intro: Fri., Sept. 20-May 9, 3:30-5:10pm. Gymnastics II: Mon./Tue./Thu., Sept. 16-
May 22, 3:30-5:10pm. $75-$83/session. Call 897-2519.

Soccer League
Mar.-May 2014. Grades 3-6. $50/player. Call 564-5422.

T-Ball Clinic
Sat., Apr. 5-May 17, 2014, 9-10:15am. Ages 4-5. $83-$91/player. Call 564-5422.

T-Ball League
Sat., Apr. 5-May 17, 2014, 10:30am-12:15pm. Ages 6-8. $83-$91/player. Call 564-5422.

Wildcatz Cheer
Four-week sessions, Mon./Thu., Sept.-Mar. 2014. Ages 4-7, 5:30-6:30pm. Ages 8-13, 6:30-7:30pm. Call 897-2519.

Year-Round Tennis
Four-week sessions begin Sept. 9. Ages 4-17. $48-$53/session. Call 564-5573.

Art from the HEART Multigenerational Mondays Mon., Sept.-Dec., 3:30-4:30pm. $40-$44. Call 897-2519.

Ballet Classes
Four-week sessions Sept.-Mar. Ages 3-5: Mon., 4:30-5:30pm or Fri., 3-4pm. Ages 6-10: Fri., 4-5pm. $57-$63. Call 897-2519.

Baton Twirling
Tue., 5-6pm, Sept.-Mar. Ages 6-12. $60-$66. Call 897-2519.

Mommy and Me Ballet
Tue., 10-11am, Sept.-Mar. 2014. Ages 2-3 with parent. $67-$74/parent and child. Call 897-2519.

Youth Acting Program Six-week sessions, Tue., 4:30-5:30pm, Sept.-Mar. 2014. Ages 6-12. $150-$165. Call 897-2519.

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