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Click here to go to the daily schedule and sign-up form. For further information on the Activities provided please see the list below.
Sign-up will be open until Sunday, January 20 at 8:00 p.m.
AISK Semester 2 Activities will start on Monday, January 29 and finish on the week ending Friday, May 31, 2019.
ES activities run from 3:10-4:10 p.m.
Activities with * are paid activities (e.g. *Tennis)
PLEASE BE AWARE, WE ARE STILL UPDATING INFORMATION FOR THE NEXT SEMESTER AND CHANGES TO INFORMATION MAY OCCUR. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
Homework Club is a place for students (Grades 2-5) to work on their homework, reading, and other projects in a casual setting. Students can work collaboratively and quietly discuss their work. They’ll be able to seek support from their peers and the teacher.
Grades: 2-5 (Thurs) Room: 2201
Instructor: Margaret Adam, Alexis Applegate
Cost: no charge
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Reading activities. Max capacity 10 (first come first serve).
Grades: EYP - 1 (Tues) Room: 2101
Instructor: Wendy Lee
Cost: No Cost
UWI math olympiad - Math based competition.
See provider for more details.
Instructor: Ms. Lisa McLean
Cost: No Cost
Come and sing and play in Spanish and learn more about the language as we watch short movies/ cartoons and read books in Spanish.
Grades: 1-5 (Tues) Room: 2105
Instructor: Mrs. Kiesha Bogle-Sewell
Cost: No cost
Anyone who’s interested in Chinese culture, Chinese language or even Chinese food is welcome to this class.
We will focus on Mandarin, the standard Chinese language and Chinese Calligraphy, a traditional art form with a five-thousand-year history, which is also a cultural symbol of China and an embodiment of Chinese philosophy.
During the classes we will also give an introduction about the culture differences and even try to learn to make some Chinese food.
At the end of the semester, each student will be able to give self introduction and have some basic daily convocations and also bring back a calligraphy artwork of himself.
Grades: 5-8 (Mon, Thur) Room: 2206
Instructor: Jessica Wu
Cost: US$140 / student / semester
Grades: 3-5 (Day 2 Lunch Time)
Instructors: Margaret Adam & Alexis Applegate
Cost: no cost
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Girls between the ages of 6 to 11 years old may be a Brownie as long as she will abide by The Brownie Promise and The Brownie Laws. The mission of the Brownie Pack is to assist in the development of girls to reach their full potential and to contribute significantly to the community. The program places emphasis on:
- Giving service
- Keeping fit
- Enjoying the outdoors
- Family life education
- Exploring the arts
- Thinking for oneself
- Decision making
Grades: K- 5 (Mon) Room: 3102
Instructor: Mrs. Sophia Williams, Mrs. Simone Boyd, Mrs. Betty White & Ms. Kimberley Edwards
Dues: J$200 per week/ J$800 per month
email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Max capacity 10 (first come first serve).
Grades: EYP - 1 (Mon) Room: 2106
Instructor: Ms. Kim Edwards
Cost: No Cost
Read a story, colour/make art, play with S.T.E.M. manipulatives and a short outdoor playtime.
Grades: EYP-1 (Thur)
Days: Thursdays in Room: # 2108
Instructor: Debbie-Ann Pryce / Alexandra Blanchard
Cost: no cost
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Creative Play will promote creativity, through hands-on activities, to build fine motor skills and foster collaboration through team activities and explorations.
Grades: EYP-3 (Mon - 2105, Tues - 2107, Wed - 2105, Fri - 2102)
Instructor: Mr. Oshane Black
Cost: J$ 12,000 (once a week), J$20,000 (twice a week), J$28,000 (3 times a week)
Sewing Club is an activity which teaches students from 6-18 years old. Teaching from basic to advanced sewing, each student will be taught to put on buttons, do straight stitch, hems, cushion making, pencil cases, skirts and hair accessories.
Grades: 1 - 5 (Tues, Wed) Room: 2204
Instructor: Ms. Suzette Meggie
Cost: J$ 12,500 / semester or J$ 1,200 / day
Contact: 876-596-9925, 876-574-9487
Using LEGO bricks, students build and program their robotic creations with software on the computer. This STEM activity develops creativity, coding, problem-solving and teamwork skills.
Grades: K-5 (Tues - 3102, Wed - 2102)
- Mr. Marvin Hall
- Mr. Jason Turpin
Cost: J$30,000 once a week / semester
Students learn the ins and outs of drone aviation. From engineering and design to flight and racing.
Grades: 3 - 12 (Wed, Sat) Room: 4101
Instructor: Leslie James
Cost: $22,000 p/semester
Our After-School Drama Clubs don’t just teach theatre! They also build students’ self-confidence, creativity, teamwork abilities, self-discipline, and presentation skills. Our elementary program is designed for grades 2-5. Students stretch their dramatic muscles by learning acting basics as they rehearse for a big performance for friends and family!
Please note that closer to show times students will be needed for Saturday morning rehearsals and funds will be needed for costuming and set.
Grades: 2-5 (Tues, Thur) Room: 4203
Instructor: Ms. Sarah Silvera
Cost: no charge
The AISK Dance Ensemble is a contemporary dance group that meets after school twice a week. Students work together to enhance their dance technique and learn new choreography that is showcased during school performances and the JCDC Performing Arts Competition.
Grades: 5-12 (Wed, Fri) Room: 7100
- Mr. Orville McFarlane
- Ms. Lisa McLean
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Grades: 1-5 (Mon, Tues, Wed) Room: Arranged with provider
Instructor: Mr. Wayne Armond
Cost: J$ 3500 / student / lesson
Classes off location can be arranged if the need arises. Students will be engaged once per week in both practical and theoretical aspects and depending on progress may be selected to perform at the AISK Holiday concert in December 2018.
Instructor: Dr. Katherine Brown
Cost: Semester 1 : USD$ 435 p/semester
Ouida Lewis is a multi-disciplined artist! Percussionist, tap dancer, studio musician, educator and choreographer, to name a few. She has performed extensively locally and internationally with theatre groups, bands/ensembles, African drumming groups - including major master drummers from Guinea, Mali and Senegal. She taught and choreographed tap dance to local theatre groups such as The Cathi Levy Players and has taught tap Dance and West African Drumming internationally throughout the Netherlands. She currently teaches West African Drumming and Jamaican Folk forms at St. Andrew High for Girls and Hillel Prep School in Kingston, as well as each year in Northern California working with Women Drummers International and freelances as a percussionist for the Jamaica Big Band and The Binghistra Movements among others.
The Violin Ensemble is an entry level ensemble for the AISK orchestra program. Appropriate for both Suzuki (playing by ear) and traditional violin students.
No previous orchestral or musical experience is necessary.
Students who participate in this semester’s course have the option of preparing for exams by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM).
If you want to fulfill your potential with music then this course is for you.These exams allow students to master all the skills needed to become an expert violinist. ABRSM exams are designed to motivate students at all levels and ages, providing realistic goals and tangible rewards for their achievements.
It will also enhance your credentials on your resume or your future university application.
Grades: 2-12 (Ages 8 & up) (Thur) Room: 2210
Instructor: Mr. Deon Thomas
Cost: J$ 25,000 / student / semester (10 classes/10 weeks)
These lessons will develop a greater set of technical and musical skills on the drum set and to create a comprehensive understanding of the instrument role. Maximum two students per lesson.
Grades: 4-5 (Arrange with provider)
Instructor: Mr. Jeremy Moder
Cost: USD$ 25 per student per lesson
Mobile: 876-391-7722; 876-929-1094
The Hurricanes Grassroots Program is in place to develop our young footballers who are learning the basics of the beautiful game in preparation to play in our competitive teams.
++this program is based on numbers. If it is deemed that there are not enough students, we will be unable to continue to offer the program.
Grades: EYP-4 (Mon - U7, Tues - U9)
Grades: EYP - 2 (Mon)
Instructor: David Broomfield (Mon) / Dexter McFarlane (Tues)
Cost: no cost
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Semester 1 -U12 JISA football training for preparation in inter-school competitions.
Semester 2 - U11 football training for preparation in inter-school friendlies.
Semester 1 - Grades: 4-6 (Mon, Wed, Thurs)
Semester 2 - Grades: 3-5 (Thurs)
Instructor: Dexter McFarlane
Cost: no cost
Students learn the fundamentals of Cricket and the values of sportsmanship.
Grades: 3-6 (Mon) Room: BB Court
Instructor: Allan Roper / Dexter McFarlane
Cost: No Cost
The lessons are for beginners, intermediates and advanced players, preparing them for recreational or competitive match play. Fitness and footwork drills for all levels. Appreciation of mental skills required.
EYP and K students have practice every Tuesday and Thursday.
- Beginners 3:15 - 4:15 pm
- Intermediate 4:15 - 5:15 pm
- Advanced 5:15 - 6:15 pm
Grades: EYP- 5 (Mon - Fri Based on ability level) Room: TNS Court
Instructor: Mr. Arthur Phillpotts & Coaches
J$27,000.00 for 1 class a week/semester, J$1,500.00 for 1 class/day.
Fencers learn good sportsmanship, self-discipline, gain quick reflexes and how to compete independently. They gain a sense of accomplishment when winning and learn to profit from their defeats. They learn to make complex decisions, analyze problems, and think fast on their feet. These ideals help children reach their potential in many areas other than fencing.
• They are active and doing something, not being passive receptacles for programming beamed out from the TV.
• Fencing helps children get fit – you can’t “sword fight” without a good bit of movement!
• Fencing helps children learn to pay attention and to develop their decision-making
• Because fencing is an individual sport, the fencer is solely responsible for their success or failure, which becomes a great lesson in responsibility.
• At the same time, being a member of a fencing club gives the fencer an opportunity to participate in a group setting, where friendships are made and true sportsmanship is encouraged.
• Many top ranked colleges have fencing teams and are always looking for experienced fencers. While scholarships are few and limited to top-level competitors, having fencing on your college resume provides you with another way for your child to market themselves.
Grades: 1-12 (Thurs) Room: 4107
Instructor: Mr. Kurt Schmick & Mr. Jonathan Matthews
Cost: US$210.00 per semester
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Instructor: Mr. Geoffrey Byfield
Cost: J$ 20,000 / student / semester or J$ 1,600 per day / student calculated for one class per week. Or J$40,000 / student / semester for 2 days per week.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Grades: 3-5 (Tues, Fri) Room: BB Court
Instructor: Kimani Ffriend
Cost: 2 day - $51,000, 1 day - $25,500
* Also note that there will be a 10% discounted fee for returning students this semester, which would reduce the total to JMD $46,000.00.
Come learn the basics of table tennis… Or, if you already know the basics, come show your skills in some organized matches.
All ages and skill levels are welcome to participate.
Membership is open to all ages and standards, whether you wish to play socially or represent the club at league level.
• Safe and Secure playing environment
• Level 2 ITTF Coaches
• Convenient open hours
• Programs for all age and Skill levels
• Affordable membership options
Join AISK Table Tennis Club
Grades: EYP-5 (Tues) Room: MS Rotunda
Instructor: Coach Daley
Cost: J$16000 per semester
Grades: PreK-12 (Tues, Wed) Room. HS Rotunda
Instructor: Wayne Smith /
Cost: J$ tbc per semester
Cheerleading Activity - Students will learn how to safely perform cheers that are age and ability appropriate.
Grades: 1-12 (Mon, Wed, Fri) Room: TBC
Instructor: Lesley Cumberbatch
Cost: US$50 p/month, US$200 p/semester
Students learn the fundamentals of Baseball/Softball. Striking, Fielding, Pitching.Grades: K - 12 (Wed)
Instructor: Leon Taylor
|TONY WILSON SCHOOL OF DANCE \ DANCE SCHEDULE 2018-19|
|AISK Ensemble||AISK Ensemble|
|Instructor:||Orville McFarlane||Orville McFarlane|
|3:15-4:15||Modern Dance||Modern Dance|
|Level 1||Level 1|
|4:15-5:15||Modern Dance||Modern Dance||Modern Dance||Modern Dance|
|Level 3||Level 3A||Teens 1||Level 3A|
|Instructor:||tbc||Tony Wilson||Tony Wilson||Tony Wilson|
|5:15-6:15||Modern Dance||Modern Dance||Modern Dance||Modern Dance|
|Teens 1||Level 3|
|Instructor:||Tony Wilson||Tony Wilson||Tony Wilson||tbc|
|6:15-7:15||Modern Dance||Modern Dance||Modern Dance||Modern Dance|
|Adult Dance||Jr. Ensemble||Adult Dance||Jr. Ensemble|
|Instructor:||Tony Wilson||tbc||Tony Wilson||Tony Wilson|
|7:30-10:00||Modern Dance||Ballet||Modern Dance|
|Company Dance Theatre||Company Dance Theatre||Company Dance Theatre|
|Instructor:||Tony Wilson||tbc||Tony Wilson|| |
For More Information Contact The Dance Centre at 702-2070 ext 7100 OR Tony Wilson 383-8745
Dance Administrator: Ms. Donna Clarke
Cost: contact the provider directly
Squash will be held at Liguanea Club.
Bruce has been competing in Squash at the national level for the past 14 years at both junior and senior level. Bruce has played at the Commonwealth Games, CaC games and the Caribbean championships. Former Varsity player for both University of Western Ontario and Ridley College. Former head coach of Goodlife Northridge club Toronto. Bruce is a certified Squash coach, personal trainer, group trainer and soon to be nutritionist.
Arrange sessions privately.
Instructor: Mr. Bruce Burrowes
Cost: J$ 2000 / student / class
Pony Club is an internationally recognized equestrian program and membership for students ages 8-24. Pony Club includes a UK Pony Club membership.
Owning a pony is not required.
Facility: Caymanas Pony Club, Caymanas Estates, St. Catherine.
Transportation to the activity venue needs to be arranged by the family. All students will meet at the venue.
We only offer a daily rate on Saturdays which is only open to Pony Club members in the form of private clinics J$5,500.00 per session. These sessions are also assessment lessons for new students. Assessment lessons are required to join the program.
For further information, we encourage you to check with the provider.
Grades: Gr. 2-5
Instructor: Mrs. Heidi Lalor / Lauren Kilgallon
Cost: $420.00USD / semester (12 weeks)
Fundamental Gymnastics training with certified coaches from Nishida's Gymnastics.
Grades EYP - 12 (Tuesday, Thursday) Room: HS Rotunda
Instructor: Shin Nishida / Coach McCalla / Coach Bennett
Cost: 2 Days - 16,000, 1 Day - $9000 p/semester