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After-School Activities

The purpose of the After-School Program is to provide opportunities for students to become well-rounded individuals, exploring new talents, sports, and hobbies, not included in the normal school day. The ASA program is open to students in Grades 1-12, and the sports program to students in K3-12, depending on age. The activities also facilitate friendships outside of the classroom, allowing students to interact with students and teachers they may not know from their class or grade level.

Two Lower School students at the Chess ASA .

Activities meet once or twice a week from October through May. Activities begin at 4:00 P.M. and end at 5:00 P.M., although a few activities for older students start and end later in the afternoon. There is a 5:15 bus available for those who usually ride the bus. 
 

For the second half of the 2023-2024 school year the ASAs in Lower School are:

Improv, Boost Robotics for Fun, Fabric Painting, Lego Robogirls Robotics, Chess, ReThink Fashion, Stop-Motion Animation,
Tap For Fun, Drama and Stage Voice, Calligraphy Club, Dash Robotics for Fun, Digital Music Making, Global Citizens, Lego Robotics,
LS Yoga Flow, Minecraft, Mini Cheer, Super Sketchers, 3D Design, A-Z Artists, Arts and Crafts, Global Citizens, OPAL Supervised Play,
Play with Clay, Scratch Jr., Stop-Motion Animation, French for Fun, Girls Soccer for Fun, Origami, Sports Sampler, Design Studio,
Crochet for All, ASM Garden Club, Skate Club.

For the second half of the 2023-2024 school year the ASAs in Middle and Upper School are:

Dungeons and Dragons, Caring Hands, Math Team, Middle Earth Players, Minecraft, Model United Nations (MUN), Chess Club, Marvelous Murals and More, Tech Tinker Time, Yearbook, Running Club, Open Sewing Fashion Lab, Wiffle Ball, Battle of the Bands, Speech and Debate, Journalism Club, Lego Robotics, Global Citizen, Interior Architecture & Design, Medical Science Club, Philosophy Club, ReThink Fashion.

Fee-Based Activities

Most After-School Activities are paid for by the School. However, there may be an additional fee depending on the activity and/or the number of students enrolled, or if it takes place off-campus. This is paid by the parents directly to the instructor. Activities in this category include group lessons in Climbing, Golf, Ballet, Tap, Karate, and private music lessons.

Activities not organized by ASM but supported by the School and held on campus include Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, as well as sports such as baseball. These activities are held after school, on Saturdays, or sometimes later than regular activities and are organized and supervised by parents.