ISA offers many opportunities outside of the classroom for students and community members to enjoy our international education experience.
For more information on ISA Enrichment Programs, please contact Sharon Brown at email@example.com.
In an effort to further enrich our students' educaiton, we offer a variety of supplemental classes and activities.
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The goal of the ISA extended care program is to provide an affordable before and after school program for all ISA students (preschool age 2 through 5th grade), in which students’ minds and bodies are enhanced through fun, creative and challenging activities in a safe and nurturing environment.
The International School of Arizona provides extended care to ISA students in the morning starting at 7:00am, and in the afternoon between 3:00 and 6:00pm. Students in the afternoon program have a snack, get to play on the playground, and do arts & crafts, science, and other games and activities.
ISA’s homework class is offered every day of the week for elementary-age students. Homework class for ISA students gives children in 1st-5th grades the opportunity to complete their daily assignments under the supervision of a French and Spanish teacher. This allows children to complete their homework tasks before leaving school. Non native French or Spanish speaking parents find this class to be very helpful.
In addition to its full-time programs, ISA offers a number of after-school classes which allow children to enhance their minds and bodies while making new friends through a variety of age-appropriate classes.
Children who participate in after-school activities at ISA can be exposed to additional foreign languages, such as Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish. We also offer a variety of music and movement classes, such as Yoga, Ballet/Tap, and Chorus.
Gymnastics ( Via Linda campus only)
Beginning Spanish (ages 4-6)
Intermediate Spanish (ages 7-12)
Beginning French (ages 4-6)
Intermediate French (ages 7-12)
For more information on ISA’s after-school programs, please contact Sharon Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember that ISA’s after-school programs are open to both ISA students and children from the community at large!
ISA’s Saturday language classes for kids are a wonderful way for students to become familiar with a foreign language and culture during a fun and enriching two hour period on Saturday mornings during the Fall and Spring semesters. ISA’s Saturday classes are taught by native speakers who expose children ages (4-13) to the foreign language and culture of their choice!
For more information on ISA’s Saturday language classes for kids, please view the Saturday class schedule, or contact Sharon Brown at email@example.com.
A Child's Brain is a terrible thing to waste! Foreign Language Summer Camp at ISA is the solution! Camp is designed for children, ages 2-10, who are interested in learning the French or Spanish language and culture. In addition to foreign language exposure, children will also have the chance to participate in dance & yoga, art projects, brain games, and learning about different types of technology. ISA's well rounded summer camp is sure to provide fun and enriching stimulation for your child.
Students will be grouped by age; 2 & 3 (Multi-Cultural Camp), 4-6 (Choice of French or Spanish), & 7-10 (Multicultural Camp). Camp hours are 8:00am-3:00pm M-F (with an option for Extended Care until 5:30pm), sessions run June 3rd-August 2nd. Participants may enroll for three-week sessions or for individual weeks.
For questions or more information about ISA's Summer Camp, please contact Kristin Rozitis or Sharon Brown at (480) 874-2326 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
In addition to lessons learned inside the classroom, the students at ISA have the opportunity to participate in several events that enrich or showcase their learning. Here are a few events planned for the 2011-12 school year:
For more information on ISA Events or to volunteer to help, please contacts us at email@example.com.
The following are some commonly asked questions regarding ISA Admissions.
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Yes. Children who do not attend ISA and meet the age requirements for after-school classes are welcome to sign up. Please review class information for any requirements in the After-School Class Brochure.
The age range for each after-school or Saturday class may vary. Please refer to the After-School Class Brochure to find out the age requirements for the class you are interested in for your child.
ISA’s Extended Care program includes a schedule of activities which includes playtime, snacks, arts & crafts projects, and more around a rotating theme. A monthly schedule of extended care activities is posted in the cafeteria.
Extended Care is available for all current ISA preschool or elementary students.
We find that kids are very adaptable and integrate into the ISA immersion language program with ease. A great way for kids to get their ‘feet wet’ with language learning is to take an After-School or Saturday Class, or enroll in one of our Summer Camp sessions. These give the child and parent the ability to gauge their commitment to an immersion preschool or elementary environment.
In addition to our Summer Camps, there are many resources available online (great for traveling families), in local libraries, etc. Any opportunities children have to practice their language skills will be very effective in maintaining their skills over the summer. Check out our page on Learning Resources for some ideas to get started.
This year ISA will host language education and performance events for the community at large. Stay tuned for details!