Sparhawk middle school students using clay around a common table.

Enrichments are six-week-long courses that provide learning experiences outside the regular curriculum. Your child will sample from a variety of topics, skills, and experiences they might not otherwise discover. Enrichments are derived from traditional academic domains, the art and kinesthetic realms, or practical life-skills. Their purpose is to nourish our students so that, over time, they tease out an array of interests across wide-ranging areas.

Once awakened, a new area of interest creates a “pocket of awareness” that alerts one to new information as it comes along later. Imagine the tapestry of lifetime learning as an ongoing work of art - of continuous creation. Not only do we help students invest richly in their tapestry, adding color, texture, detail, in their very individual ways, we help them enlarge the very canvas on which they work.