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Enrichment Programming

Salisbury Academy's Enrichment Programming provides choice-based offerings for students as they explore topics and areas of interest that complement their school-day educational experiences. The diverse program offerings support families seeking after-school enhancements for their students while delivering engaging opportunities for students to develop existing interests or experiment with new. Through Enrichment Programming at Salisbury Academy, students are invited to delve deeper into their curiosities about the arts, technology, wellness, and more! 

Activities are optional and offered to lower school (grades 1-4) and middle school (grades 5-8) by the semester. Classes are led by skilled instructors. 

Space for each class is limited. Program cost of $150 can be paid by cash, check, or through your FACTS account. Payment is due at the beginning of the semester or can be broken into monthly payments over the course of the semester. Students who attend ASK (after school care) after Enrichment Programming will have a reduced ASK fee of $5 for the hours of 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Fall 2018 registration deadline: Friday, August 24

Click here for information on the year-long Sports Shots program for students in grades JK, K, and 1st. To sign up, please print this form and submit to the front office with your payment. 

Fall Semester Offerings (Sept. 5 - Dec. 13)

Grades K - 4


BrickEd Lego Education - Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Registration for this class is closed due to it being at full capacity. Thank you.

In this exciting foray into engineering and technology, lower school students will dive into the world of Lego robotics. Students in grades 1-2 will explore coding, robot design, and collaborative building projects. Students will learn how to build a robotic fan and a moon rover, and will explore earthquake shake tables that are robotic. They'll also look at animal life cycles and build the life cycle of a frog.

Students in grades 3-4 will explore Mindstorms EV3 Coding. In addition to building a robot, students will learn to program the robot and use sensors to complete real-world tasks like driving, parking, and staying on the road. Students will work on the space program towards the end of the semester in a First Lego League format. 

Instructor: BrickEd Instructors


Lower School (Grades 1 - 4)


Broadway Beginnings - Tuesdays from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. 

This weekly, one-hour class will give students a chance to explore all three areas of musical theatre performance: singing, dancing, and acting, as they learn how to integrate all three into storytelling fun. No experience necessary. Students will work towards creating a musical revue at the end of the semester. Everyone will play an equal part, with individuals' strengths and interests utilized to create our show as an ensemble. Topics such as learning choreography, rehearsal skills, stage terminology, vocal production, and improvisation will be covered.

Instructor: Caroline Stephenson in partnership with Piedmont Players


Grades 4 - 8


Game Coding and Design - Tuesdays from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Ready to get your game on? Join the Horizons Unlimited staff in understanding design thinking and the language of code as you develop your own game using a variety of digital tools. Club members will participate in game design challenges with an opportunity to showcase final game designs and compete against fellow gamers! 

Instructor: Kyle Whisenant and Amy Pruitt


Middle School (Grades 5 - 8)


Musical Theatre Ensemble - Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.

This weekly, one-hour class is appropriate for beginning and experienced students. All three areas of musical theatre performance - singing, dancing, and acting - will be explored as they learn how to integrate all three to create a compelling story. Students will have the opportunity to create their own musical revue as we work as an ensemble to choose a theme on which to focus. For our end of the semester revue, we will present songs, dances, and scenes or monologues highlighting individual and ensemble growth. Topics such as learning choreography, rehearsal skills, stage terminology, vocal production, and improvisation will be covered. 

Instructor: Caroline Stephenson in partnership with Piedmont Players


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