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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 students in grades JK through 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.

Spring 2019 registration deadline: Tuesday, January 22

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

Spring Semester Offerings (Jan. 5 - May 9)


*New this semester
Little Performers - Grades JK, K, and 1
Tuesdays from 2:50 - 3:50 p.m.

Students in grades JK, K, and 1 will be exposed to the world of creative performing and theatre arts! Key areas of focus in the class will include song, dance, and beginning acting. 

Instructor: Caroline Stephenson

BrickEd Lego Education -  Grades K-4
Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Lego robotics and coding will come to life in this exciting weekly course. Students in the beginning phases of this course will master the WeDo 2.0 early coding and robotics program and will progress onto creating and programming Battle Bots and Spero basics. Those in grades 3-4 who have completed the fall semester of BrickEd will move into intro level EV3 robotics with simple building of the basic bot and learning about a more extensive coding process. Students will work towards a competition in the end of the course.

Instructor: BrickEd Lego Staff


*New this semester
Intro to Sign Language and Nonverbal Communication - Grades 4-8 
Tuesdays from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. 

Do you want to be an American Sign Language detective? Join Hen Henderlite for a 15-week course teaching how to express yourself without using the spoken word and how to decode hand images and facial expressions in order to communicate with friends and family. Students will learn to finger spell and to sign basic American Sign Language words and phrases. Join in the fun as we unlock the code! 

Instructor: Hen Henderlite

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