Programs: Enrichment Activity

Boy Scouts of America

For more than 100 years, Scouting has helped build future leaders by combining

Kinder Care

Enrichment classes are 20- to 60-minute sessions that are taught year-round in four- to five-week sessions. With small class sizes, personalized experiences and individual attention, your child can quickly gain new skills that accelerate beyond our standards-based core curriculum.

Creative Kids On The Rise

Creative Kids On The Rise is an after school program for ages 7-15, that offers Academic Tutoring Lessons in Math and English & Enrichment Classes in Lego Robotics, Acting, Spanish and Zumba/Light Fitness. We conveniently provide all classes in a single location to ease the burden of having to go to multiple locations for different classes.

Located at 2082 Jodeco Road McDonough, GA 30253

3:00-800 pm Monday-Thursday

Contact Info: (678) 561-6605

Future Problem Solving Program International (Competition)

Encourages students to apply creative problem solving to real-world scenarios. Students in grades 4-12, working independently or in small groups, research a problem, devise a number of possible solutions, then use critical thinking to choose the best of their possible solutions. A separate,  non-competitive division is open to students in grades K-9.

  • Address: 2015 Grant Place, Melbourne, FL 32901
  • Phone: (800) 256-1499
  • Email: mail@fpspi.org

 

Team America Rocketry Challenge (Competition)

In this annual competition, students in grades 7-12 build and launch model rockets. Top performing teams from local competitions are invited to Washington, D.C. to compete for cash and scholarships and the opportunity to participate in NASA’s advanced rocketry program. Registration is open each fall.

Miles Lifson
Manager, Team America Rocketry Challenge
703-358-1033
rocketcontest@aia-aerospace.org

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Competition

This organization offers activities to inspire interest in science and technology. FIRST’s competitive leagues start with a junior LEGO league for kids in K-3rd grade and go up to robotics and technology competitions for high-school students.

Location: 200 Bedford St. Manchester, NH 03101

Phone: (603) 666-3906 or (800) 871-8326

Odyssey of the Mind Competition

Students from kindergarten through college compete in this international celebration of creative thinking. Teams of 2-7 kids work together to develop solutions to theatrical or engineering challenges, then present their solutions at regional, state and world competitions. The metro Atlanta regional competition, held each spring in Lilburn, typically draws 125-150 teams.

Location: 406 Ganttown Road Sewell, NJ 08080

Contact Info:

  • Tel: (856) 256-2797
  • Fax: (856) 256-2798
Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra

Founded in 1988 at Emory University, the EYSO is open to high-school students who play string or wind instruments or percussion. The symphony plays collegiate and professional level pieces. Auditions are held in August.

Location: 1700 North Decatur Road. Atlanta, Georgia 30322 USA

Phone Number: 404.727.5050

Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra

Established in 1974 under the auspices of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the ASYO performs in Symphony Hall at the Woodruff Arts Center. Open to students age 13-18. Auditions are held in September.

Location: 1280 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309
Phone Number: (404) 733-4900

Imagine That

After-school, homeschool and weekend classes, as well as school vacation camps and parents’ night out programs. Topics offered include art, science and technology. For kids from preschool to middle school.

Phone: 770-455-1980
Fax: 855-867-5705

Location: Spalding Center 6365 Spalding Drive Suite E, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092