After School Clubs

Horizon Academy offers several After School Clubs geared toward different interests.  Students have the opportunity to develop friendships, learn new skills, and have fun! There are four sessions of After School Clubs throughout the year. The 2nd Quarter After School Clubs run from October 17th to December 21st. The sign up deadline is October 10th. All clubs run from 3:15 to 4:30 unless otherwise stated.

Homework Club

The After School Homework Club provides a quiet atmosphere for students to do homework. Individual help is available when needed.

 

Art 

In this unconventional way to tell a story, local artist Robin Case will be returning second quarter to teach three dimensional construction and design fundamentals using combinations of small found objects in Assemblage Part Two. Students will learn how to do three dimensional paintings as well as create sculptural forms all while expressing their own personal narratives.

 

Basketball Team

Practices will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays. Learn the basic skills and fundamentals of basketball in a fun team environment. Proper dribbling, passing, and shooting techniques will be covered. Students will have the chance to practice these skills in small scrimmages. Held at Roeland Park Sports Dome.
Students must sign up for both days (T/Th). Pick up will be at Horizon Academy at 4:30 p.m.

 

Collaborative Storytelling Club

Students will take on the role of fantasy characters in the game world and use teamwork, problem solving, math, and strategy to explore and survive in a dangerous dungeon. Students have the freedom to create their own character, like a dastardly pirate, brilliant wizard, or mischievous spy. They use their character’s skills and their own ingenuity as they go on an adventure. Role playing games use the best graphics available, the players own imagination.

 

Private Music Lessons

Half hour lessons are offered for keyboard, guitar, bass and drums. Students will participate in Homework Club before and after their lesson at no extra cost.

 

STEM Challenge

Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Apply real world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects. There are no prerequisites for this course. Each season’s course features different engineer-designed projects. The curriculum features these projects: Belt Drive Cars, Truss Bridges, Rail Racers, and Pneumatic Forklifts

 

Futsal

Futsal (Soccer)-Futsal is very similar to soccer, but is played on a smaller indoor court. Students will learn basic soccer skills, and work up a good sweat during practice games! Held at Roeland Park Sports Dome. Pick up will be at Horizon Academy at 4:30 p.m.

 

Horizon Academy Garage Band

All students wishing to play in the band must be enrolled in private lessons here at school or elsewhere. Don’t worry if you are a beginner. Everyone is welcome. The Garage Band will perform at Fall Fest in September. Members of the band agree to attend all practices and the performances.

 

Swimming 

Students will be transported by school bus to Sylvester Powell Community Center for open swim. Parents need to pick up students at 4:30 p.m. at 6200 Martway St., Mission, KS 66202.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Andi Meyer.