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  • B.E.S.T. Sports

    B.E.S.T. SPORTS MULTI-Sport Classes. Learn the skills of different sports week after week! We will cover sports like: basketball, soccer, baseball/softball, basketball, football, track & field & more. BEST SPORTS are curriculum based classes! Our goal/focus Is to maintain an energetic, highly active & structured program that will teach, encourage and advance your young players regardless of their skill level. ALL equipment supplied but PLEASE send to school with a HUGE water bottle.
  • Behind the Wheel

    Community Education has partnered with GPS Driver's Education to offer students the Behind the Wheel (BTW) test for the AZ State Driver license. In order to register students must have a current drivers permit. All students will be required to provide proof of successful completion of Driver Education prior to the Behind the Wheel course or students will not be permitted to take the class. For class requirement questions please contact the instructor directly at the appropriate High School campus *Please note that once a student has registered, the driving instructor will contact the student directly to arrange a drive date and time. Actual drive times will be determined by the instructor following the student's registration, and drive times are available within the date range of August 3rd, 2022 through May 26th, 2023. The days, dates and times displayed on the registration listing do not reflect the actual days, dates or times available to the student for driving. The dates of August 3rd, and May 26th are the beginning and end date of the current BTW school year session.
  • Bonanza Educational LEGO

    Teach your LEGO bricks cool new tricks in the Gizmos and Gadgets after-school LEGO club! Use the LEGO we provide along with extras like marbles, balloons, rubber bands, and more to make exciting projects that are guaranteed to do something cool. Projects will “sail”, “take off”, “fly”, “catapult”, and “race”! In every class we will build a functioning model while we learn the STEM skills behind how they work. Leave your LEGO at home, we supply everything you need. Open to Kindergarten Through 6TH Grade Students
  • Chess Emporium

    Chess Emporium is designed to teach children of all ages how to play chess from scratch, and help them develop their game to a new level. Advanced students will be given instruction on abstract theory, tournament preparation, and the educational benefits of chess. Chess instructors will provide a list of dates when class will not be held during the fall semester. *Please note there will be no class on half-days, holidays, and during school breaks. Chess is open to grades K - 6th.
  • Dance Sequins - Dance/Cheer

    Combining dance and cheer in an upbeat dance class! Class will consist of a warm up, stretch, dance routine, cheer chant, dance and cheer technique, and a dance games. Great way to exercise indoors while having fun. This class will help to build confidence, socialization, creativity, memorization, and flexibility.
  • Dance Sequins - Hip Hop/Jazz

    Hip Hop/Jazz-Fusing hip hop and jazz in an upbeat dance class! Class will consist of a warm up dance, stretch, dance routine, technique, and a dance games. This class will help to build confidence, socialization, creativity, memorization, and flexibility. Performing a dance routine on the last day of class!
  • Elements Music

    Elements is a fun and innovative piano program that teaches kids how to play the piano or keyboard. While most keyboard methods are based on outdated 17th-19th century European fundamentals, the Elements approach is easy, fun, exciting, and rewarding! Not only do our classes enable beginners the capacity to play their favorite songs on their VERY FIRST lesson, but our students look forward to each class, time and time again! 1st - 6th Grade.
  • Financial Literacy Workshop

    Financial Literacy one day workshops will introduce students to personal finance and take a deeper dive into saving and spending. The specific topics to be covered are as follows: A high-level introduction to personal finance, financial freedom, and money basics Money tools The many emotions of money Saving for later years (retirement) Compound interest in your favor Saving for emergency funds Saving for large purchases Spending: necessities vs. luxuries Personal cash flow statements The psychology of spending Debt (good vs. bad) The credit card trap Compound interest working against you Tips & tricks for saving and spending Students do not have to attend GPS schools to take advantage of this great opportunity! For registration questions please contact Community Education at 480-892-9089.
  • Mersy G. Dance Co.

    Join the fun! and discover the amazing world of ballroom & cultural dancing. Our classes are designed to teach children respect, social-skills, proper etiquette and grace, while sharing culture and celebrating diversity.
  • Mersy G. Dance Co.

    Join the fun! and discover the amazing world of ballroom & cultural dancing. Our classes are design to teach children respect, social-skills, proper etiquette and grace, while sharing culture and celebrating diversity.
  • Science Matters - Bristle Bots

    BRISTLE BOTS - Mix science and imagination to design and build your very own motorized moving Bristle Bot. Discover your inner artist and make a robot that draws. Join us to explore the science of circuits, electromagnetism and motion. Prepare your Bots for drag racing and wrestling. Finally, put all your knowledge to the test to engineer the perfect Robot Critter to take home.
  • Science Matters - Goosebumps

    GOOSEBUMPS - Turn the human body inside out in this behind the scenes science exploration. Dig your way into the blood and guts of the human body by building your own model bone, making blood slime, exploring dry ice, heightening your senses, and much more. Get your skin ready for Goose Bump Fun in this journey through the wild human body.
  • Science Matters - Machine Madness

    MACHINE MADNESS - Build a catapult, create art with a spirograph, and invent your own air-powered car as we learn the laws of motion. Spring into action with this club! From skateboards to Merry-Go-Rounds, we'll learn how to harness the natural forces that make machines tick. So much physics fun it will make your head spin.
  • Snapology

    Kinder Robotics I - Students explore robotics as they build simple models that teach fundamentals of robotic design. Whether learning about sensors while building magic wands or discovering ways that gears and pulleys create movement while building robotic flowers and helicopters, your child is sure to have a blast! Kinder Robotics II - Students continue to explore robotics as they build simple models that teach fundamentals of robotic design. Whether learning about sensors while building seesaws or discovering ways that gears and pulleys create movement while building robotic trains, your child is sure to have a blast! Note: Kinder Robotics I is recommended but not required before taking Kinder Robotics II. GameBots Robotics Students will have a blast creating fun, robotic games each week while learning about gear ratio, sensors, programming, and pulleys. Whether creating pinball machines, duck hunt, or ring toss games, your child is sure to have fun building, learning, and playing! Mega Machines Robotics In this program, your child will create some of their favorite motorized vehicles. Students learn about gear ratio, sensors, pulleys, cranks, and programming as they build trucks, space rovers, helicopters, and more!
  • Whizara One On One Classes

    One:One coding classes offer flexible schedules for students to work with a dedicated instructor. Class times are decided after the registration. Students pick a day of week and time of day that works best for the classes and connect with instructors in live online classes once every week. Each class is 55 minutes long. Students purchase a set of 4 classes to begin with and purchase more classes as needed. Exploring AI: AI is a part of our lives today and is increasingly becoming more pervasive. This course unravels the mystery behind AI. Students engage in hands-on learning, training models for speech recognition, machine learning and computer vision and develop interactive programs using these models. Prerequisites: Prior experience with Scratch programming is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. Introduction to Java Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of Java programming via a fun, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and single dimensional array, and develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Scratch Junior Programming: This course introduces students to block-based programming and provides a fun way for young students to learn programming fundamentals as they explore and develop imaginative stories and animations using the Scratch Junior programming environment. Students learn the concepts of motion, looks, sound, loops, events and more as they develop computational thinking and understanding of sequencing, pattern recognition and parallelism. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A tablet with the Scratch Junior app installed is required to participate in this course. The Scratch Junior app can be installed following the app/play store links at https://www.scratchjr.org. One: One Scratch Programming: This course introduces students to block-based programming and provides a fun way for young students to start thinking like a programmer as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using the Scratch programming environment. Students learn the concepts of motion, looks, sound, events, loops, conditionals, game mechanics, operators and variables as they develop computational thinking and understanding of sequencing, pattern recognition, abstraction and parallelism. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Web Development: The internet is a fixture of modern society and accessing it is one of the main uses of our computers and phones. In this course we will explore how websites are made with HTML and CSS. Students will learn about HTML tags and styling of content using CSS to design a well formatted website with organized content and create their own website to display on the internet. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Introduction to Javascript Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of browser-based application development via a fun, graphics and animation and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, conditionals, loops, functions, user inputs, events and lists, and develop a range of applications and a course-end project to showcase their learnings. The programming concepts learned in this course are transferable to any other programming language. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Introduction to Python Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of syntax-based programming via a fun, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and lists, and develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. This course builds the foundation for the Intermediate Python course. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Introduction to Java Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of Java programming via a fun, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and single dimensional array, and develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. This course builds the foundation for the Intermediate Java course. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Intermediate Python Programming: This course builds on the Introduction to Python course and lays the foundation of object oriented programming (OOP), lists, sets dictionaries, file and error handling . Students engage in solving a variety of real world problems, and build a course-end project to showcase their learnings. Prerequisite: Students need the understanding of programming concepts taught in the introduction to Python programming course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Intermediate Java Programming: This course lays the foundation of object oriented programming (OOP), data structures, file and error handling. 2D arrays. Students engage in solving a variety of real world problems, and build a course-end project to showcase their learnings. Prerequisites: Students need the understanding of programming concepts taught in the introduction to Java programming course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Exploring AI with Scratch Programming: AI is a part of our lives today and is increasingly becoming more pervasive. This course unravels the mystery behind AI. Students engage in hands-on learning, training models for speech recognition, machine learning and computer vision and develop interactive programs using these models. Prerequisites: Prior experience with the concepts taught in the Scratch programming course is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Exploring AI with Python: Students use AI everyday. This course unravels the mystery behind AI. Students appreciate AI applications and engage in hands-on learning, training models for natural language processing, machine learning and computer vision and develop interactive programs using these models. Prerequisites: Prior experience with the concepts taught in the Introduction to Python programming course is required to participate in this course. A laptop with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One C++ Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of programming while highlighting the key features of C++ programming language. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and arrays while developing fun activities to reinforce the concepts. Students develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. Throughout the course, students appreciate the differences between C++ and other programming languages, such as Python. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Unity Video Game Development: This course is for students who dream of video game development. Students learn programming in C# and let their imagination loose to develop creative video games by programming their own characters, scenes, rules of the game. Prerequisites: Prior experience with coding is helpful but not required. A laptop with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One AP Computer Science A : This course follows the AP CS A course outline to prepare students for the AP CS exam. The modules reinforce AP CS requirements via assessment, including practice activities and quiz, and offering homework help and tutoring to clarify concepts. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in AP CS course at a participating school. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. 1:1 Tutoring: This program is ideal for students who are working on or interested in working on a project to accomplish a self-defined goal. Learn2Code.Live instructors mentor students and guide them through the project development process, and will introduce multiple different programming languages and platforms as needed to accomplish the project goals.
  • Whizara One on One Classes

    One:One coding classes offer flexible schedules for students to work with a dedicated instructor. Class times are decided after the registration. Students pick a day of week and time of day that works best for the classes and connect with instructors in live online classes once every week. Each class is 55 minutes long. Students purchase a set of 4 classes to begin with and purchase more classes as needed. Scratch Junior Programming: This course offers a fun way for young students to learn programming fundamentals as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using MIT’s Scratch Junior drag and drop visual programming interface. Students learn programming concepts and Scratch Junior specific concepts including motion, looks, sound, loops, events and get creative with designing, drawing, recording and storyboarding personalized projects. The course further reinforces computational concepts of sequencing, pattern recognition, parallelism and algorithmic thinking. A Tablet or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to join the course. More on supported devices can be found here: https://www.scratchjr.org/about/faq Introduction to Scratch Programming: This course introduces students to block-based programming and provides a fun way for young students to start thinking like a programmer as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using the Scratch programming environment. Students learn the concepts of motion, looks, sound, events, loops, conditionals, game mechanics, operators and variables as they develop computational thinking and understanding of sequencing, pattern recognition, abstraction and parallelism. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. Introduction to Python Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of syntax-based programming via a fun, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and lists, and develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. This course builds the foundation for the Intermediate Python course. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. Exploring AI: AI is a part of our lives today and is increasingly becoming more pervasive. This course unravels the mystery behind AI. Students engage in hands-on learning, training models for speech recognition, machine learning and computer vision and develop interactive programs using these models. Prerequisites: Prior experience with Scratch programming is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. Introduction to Java Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of Java programming via a fun, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and single dimensional array, and develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Scratch Junior Programming: This course introduces students to block-based programming and provides a fun way for young students to learn programming fundamentals as they explore and develop imaginative stories and animations using the Scratch Junior programming environment. Students learn the concepts of motion, looks, sound, loops, events and more as they develop computational thinking and understanding of sequencing, pattern recognition and parallelism. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A tablet with the Scratch Junior app installed is required to participate in this course. The Scratch Junior app can be installed following the app/play store links at https://www.scratchjr.org. One: One Scratch Programming: This course introduces students to block-based programming and provides a fun way for young students to start thinking like a programmer as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using the Scratch programming environment. Students learn the concepts of motion, looks, sound, events, loops, conditionals, game mechanics, operators and variables as they develop computational thinking and understanding of sequencing, pattern recognition, abstraction and parallelism. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Web Development: The internet is a fixture of modern society and accessing it is one of the main uses of our computers and phones. In this course we will explore how websites are made with HTML and CSS. Students will learn about HTML tags and styling of content using CSS to design a well formatted website with organized content and create their own website to display on the internet. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Introduction to Javascript Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of browser-based application development via a fun, graphics and animation and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, conditionals, loops, functions, user inputs, events and lists, and develop a range of applications and a course-end project to showcase their learnings. The programming concepts learned in this course are transferable to any other programming language. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Introduction to Python Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of syntax-based programming via a fun, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and lists, and develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. This course builds the foundation for the Intermediate Python course. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Introduction to Java Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of Java programming via a fun, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and single dimensional array, and develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. This course builds the foundation for the Intermediate Java course. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Intermediate Python Programming: This course builds on the Introduction to Python course and lays the foundation of object oriented programming (OOP), lists, sets dictionaries, file and error handling . Students engage in solving a variety of real world problems, and build a course-end project to showcase their learnings. Prerequisite: Students need the understanding of programming concepts taught in the introduction to Python programming course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Intermediate Java Programming: This course lays the foundation of object oriented programming (OOP), data structures, file and error handling. 2D arrays. Students engage in solving a variety of real world problems, and build a course-end project to showcase their learnings. Prerequisites: Students need the understanding of programming concepts taught in the introduction to Java programming course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Exploring AI with Scratch Programming: AI is a part of our lives today and is increasingly becoming more pervasive. This course unravels the mystery behind AI. Students engage in hands-on learning, training models for speech recognition, machine learning and computer vision and develop interactive programs using these models. Prerequisites: Prior experience with the concepts taught in the Scratch programming course is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Exploring AI with Python: Students use AI everyday. This course unravels the mystery behind AI. Students appreciate AI applications and engage in hands-on learning, training models for natural language processing, machine learning and computer vision and develop interactive programs using these models. Prerequisites: Prior experience with the concepts taught in the Introduction to Python programming course is required to participate in this course. A laptop with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One C++ Programming: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of programming while highlighting the key features of C++ programming language. Students learn the fundamental programming concepts including variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and arrays while developing fun activities to reinforce the concepts. Students develop a course-end project to showcase their learnings. Throughout the course, students appreciate the differences between C++ and other programminglanguages, such as Python. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One Unity Video Game Development: This course is for students who dream of video game development. Students learn programming in C# and let their imagination loose to develop creative video games by programming their own characters, scenes, rules of the game. Prerequisites: Prior experience with coding is helpful but not required. A laptop with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. One:One AP Computer Science A : This course follows the AP CS A course outline to prepare students for the AP CS exam. The modules reinforce AP CS requirements via assessment, including practice activities and quiz, and offering homework help and tutoring to clarify concepts. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in AP CS course at a participating school. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course. 1:1 Tutoring: This program is ideal for students who are working on or interested in working on a project to accomplish a self-defined goal. Learn2Code.Live instructors mentor students and guide them through the project development process, and will introduce multiple different programming languages and platforms as needed to accomplish the project goals.
  • Young Rembrandts - Cartoon Drawing

    IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER PLEASE READ - In the event that an in-person enrichment class is unable to continue in-person due to restrictions stemming from COVID-19, an in-person class may revert to an online format and will not be refunded, credited, or prorated. Young Rembrandts teaches drawing, the fundamental skill of all visual arts. Our unique, proven method and step-by-step curriculum foster a wealth of skills such as fine motor skills, handwriting readiness, and attention to detail. Children taught using our method develop increased patience, discipline and focus as well as a host of artistic skills. Don’t miss out! Enroll now! Please note that there is no class on half-days, holidays, and during school breaks.
  • Young Rembrandts - Elementary Drawing

    IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER PLEASE READ - In the event that an in-person enrichment class is unable to continue in-person due to restrictions stemming from COVID-19, an in-person class may revert to an online format and will not be refunded, credited, or prorated. Young Rembrandts teaches drawing, the fundamental skill of all visual arts. Our unique, proven method and step-by-step curriculum foster a wealth of skills such as fine motor skills, handwriting readiness, and attention to detail. Children taught using our method develop increased patience, discipline and focus as well as a host of artistic skills. Don’t miss out! Enroll now! Please note that there is no class on half-days, holidays, and during school breaks.