Fall & Spring Classes

Fall & Spring Classes by Grade Level

Check Out Our Fall & Spring Offerings

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  • By Grade Level

    We offer a variety of enrichment classes, workshops, private music lessons, and clinics year-round catering to a broad variety of interests for girls and boys entering grades PK3-12. Early and extended care is also available for Hutchison students.


Classes for Pre-Kindergartners

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  • Gymnastics with Gymstars PK-JK

    For girls in grades PK-JK

    date/time: Tuesdays; 2:30-3:15pm
    instructors: Gymstars Gymnastics Instructors
    cost: $300 per semester

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL>>  September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4, 10/18)
    SPRING>> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 2/28, 3/14)


  • PK Pre-Ballet

    For girls in PK 

    date/time: Wednesdays, 2:30-3:00 pm
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >> September 7-November 16 (no class 10/5)
    SPRING >> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Pre-Ballet offers a gentle introduction to the tradition of ballet by reinforcing basics and vocabulary through creative activities and imagination. Plain pink or black leotard and pink or skin toned ballet shoes.
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Soccer Shots PK

    For girls in PK

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 2:45-3:30 pm
    instructor: Soccer Shots Coaches
    cost: $175 per session

    SESSIONS
    ___________________________
    FALL >>
    September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6)
    SPRING >>
    January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
     
    Soccer Shots utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting. Each class will highlight positive character traits such as respect, teamwork, and appreciation.
  • Soccer Shots PK-JK

    For girls in grades PK-JK
     
    date/time: Wednesdays, 3:00-3:45 pm
    instructor: Soccer Shots Coaches
    cost: $175 per session

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL >> September 7-November 16 (no class 10/5)
    SPRING >> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Soccer Shots utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting. Each class will highlight positive character traits such as respect, teamwork, and appreciation.

Classes for Junior Kindergartners

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  • Sing Dance Play

    For Hutchison girls in grades JK

    date/time:
    Mondays; 2:30-3:00 pm
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dance teacher and musical theater performer)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL SESSION>> September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31)
    SPRING SESSION>> January 23-April 17 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    Come learn the basics of theater movement and vocalization in this fun class where girls learn to express themselves through performance.
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Awesome Artists

    For girls in JK
    date/time: Fridays, 2:30-3:00 pm; September 2- December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/07, 10/28, 11/25 )
    instructor: Emmarie Dykes (CFE staff) 
    cost: $200
  • Gymnastics with Gymstars PK-JK

    For girls in grades PK-JK

    date/time: Tuesdays; 2:30-3:15pm
    instructors: Gymstars Gymnastics Instructors
    cost: $300 per semester

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL>>  September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4, 10/18)
    SPRING>> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 2/28, 3/14)


  • JK Pre-Ballet

    For girls in JK

    date/time:
    Wednesdays, 3:00-3:30 pm
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS_____________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 16 (no class 10/5)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Pre-Ballet offers a gentle introduction to the tradition of ballet by reinforcing basics and vocabulary through creative activities and imagination. Plain pink or black leotard and pink or skin toned ballet shoes.
     
  • Soccer Shots PK-JK

    For girls in grades PK-JK
     
    date/time: Wednesdays, 3:00-3:45 pm
    instructor: Soccer Shots Coaches
    cost: $175 per session

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL >> September 7-November 16 (no class 10/5)
    SPRING >> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Soccer Shots utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting. Each class will highlight positive character traits such as respect, teamwork, and appreciation.

Classes for Kindergartners

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  • ART-Rageous!

    For girls and boys in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:15 pm
    instructor: Martha Berge (lower school art teacher)
    cost: $200 per session, includes all supplies

    SESSIONS
    ________________________
    FALL >> September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6)
    SPRING  >> January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
    Explore all the basics of drawing, painting, sculpting, experimenting, and more. Your artist portfolio and pride will be bursting at the seams! Space is limited.
  • Bee Sharp: Lower School Choir

    For Hutchison girls in grades K–4

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $175 per semester

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
     
    Enhance your vocal skills and perform at various school and community events. Music Concert dates are December 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm and April 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm. Rehearsal times will be announced closer to the concert date.
  • Gymnastics with Gymstars

    For girls in grades K-3

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm 
    instructors: Gymstars Gymnastics Instructors
    cost:  $300 per semester

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL>>  September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4, 10/18)
    SPRING>> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 2/28, 3/14) 
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Soccer Shots

    For girls and boys entering K-1
    date/time: Wednesdays, 2:15-3:00 pm
    instructor: Soccer Shots Coaches
    cost:  $175 per session

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL >> September 7-November 16 (no class 10/5)
    SPRING >> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Soccer Shots utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting. Each class will highlight positive character traits such as respect, teamwork, and appreciation.

  • Cheerleading K-2

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Ashlee Marshall (All-Star Cheer coach)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS
    ________________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
    Learn beginning cheers and teamwork. Build confidence as you prepare to share your school spirit.
  • Creative Ballet K-1

    For girls in grades K-1
    School-year length course

    date/time:
    Mondays, 3:10-4:00 pm
    September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31) & January 9-April 5 (no class 1/16, 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    instructors: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher) & Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    Ballet K-1 will reinforce and expand the ballet experience through classical technique, creativity, and dance-making. Plain pink or black leotard with or without skirt, pink or skin-toned ballet tights or black leggings, and pink or skin-toned ballet shoes are required.

    Ballet students will perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Group Strings

    For girls and boys in grades K-2
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Mondays, 3:15-3:45 pm
    October 17-December 12 (no class 10/31) & January 23-April 24 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    instructor: Kenna Chelsoi (viola/violin musician)
    cost: $375
    Outstanding group classes inspire and encourage both experienced and beginning string players.

    If you do not own a violin then you will need to rent one from Lane Music, Amro Music, or Circle Music.
  • How Does Your Garden Grow?

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:15 pm
    instructor: Heather Fontana (kindergarten teacher)
    cost:  $200
    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >> September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6, 10/27)
    SPRING >> January 19-March 30 (no class 1/27, 3/16)
    Spend time outside learning the basics of vegetables, fruit, and flower gardening. What zone do we live in? Where should we plant? How much do we water? Paint and plant a flower pot, make garden markers, build a recycled garden on our new and improved farm and greenhouse, and taste some of the yummy fruits of our labor in this action-packed class.
  • Intramural Sports

    INTRAMURAL SPORTS
    For Hutchison girls in grades K-4
    Hutchison offers an intramural program for Hutchison girls in basketball (K-4), soccer (K-3), lacrosse (3-4) and volleyball (1-3) to provide our girls with opportunities to explore athletics. The main goal of our intramural league is to promote growth and enhance skill development. Because of our commitment to foster growth throughout the program, girls are invited to participate regardless of skill level or experience.
    **additional equipment purchase required for this intramural

    Basketball
    Grades K-4
    Mondays and Wednesdays, August 22, 24, 29, and 31
    Mondays: 3:30-4:15 pm
    Wednesdays: 2:30-3:15 pm 

    **Lacrosse Grades 3-4
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    November 29, December 1, 6, 8

    **Volleyball Grades 1-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    January 5, 10, 12, 17

    **Soccer Grades K-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    April 11. 13, 18, and 20
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Quickstart Tennis

    For girls in K-2

    date/time:
    Wednesdays, 2:30-3:15 pm
    instructor: Jay Horne (tennis coach)
    cost: $180 

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________
    FALL I >> September 7-October 19 (no class on 10/5)
    FALL II >> November 2-December 14 (no class on 11/23)
    SPRING >> January 11-February 15


    The Quickstart Academy will use the teaching method of Quickstart tennis, a program aimed at helping kids in kindergarten, first, and second grade, learn the game of tennis. Using a smaller court, net, racquet, and larger foam tennis balls, the Quickstart method makes the game of tennis easily accessible to younger players.

    **Each student will need to bring their own tennis racquet for this class. 
  • Ready, Set, Create!

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Mondays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Reem Rassoul (early childhood teacher)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS
    ___________________________
    FALL SESSION>> September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31)
    SPRING SESSION>> January 23-April 17 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    Explore your imagination and learn tools to focus creativity with the creative process in this fun, project-based class.
     
  • Taekwondo

    For girls and boys in grades K-6
    School year-length course

    date/time:
    Thursdays, September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6) & January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
     Grades K-2 // 3:15-3:45 pm
     Grades 3-6 // 3:45-4:30 pm
    instructor: Midtown Taekwondo
    cost: $400
    Involve yourself in martial arts to learn discipline and skills that will help you in school and beyond. In the final class, students will test for stripes and belts. No uniform is required; however, you may wear your own uniform or purchase one through Midtown Taekwondo.

Classes for 1st Graders

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  • Bee Sharp: Lower School Choir

    For Hutchison girls in grades K–4

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $175 per semester

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
     
    Enhance your vocal skills and perform at various school and community events. Music Concert dates are December 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm and April 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm. Rehearsal times will be announced closer to the concert date.
  • Gymnastics with Gymstars

    For girls in grades K-3

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm 
    instructors: Gymstars Gymnastics Instructors
    cost:  $300 per semester

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL>>  September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4, 10/18)
    SPRING>> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 2/28, 3/14) 
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • ART-Rageous!

    For girls and boys in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:15 pm
    instructor: Martha Berge (lower school art teacher)
    cost: $200 per session, includes all supplies

    SESSIONS
    ________________________
    FALL >> September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6)
    SPRING  >> January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
    Explore all the basics of drawing, painting, sculpting, experimenting, and more. Your artist portfolio and pride will be bursting at the seams! Space is limited.
  • Cheerleading K-2

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Ashlee Marshall (All-Star Cheer coach)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS
    ________________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
    Learn beginning cheers and teamwork. Build confidence as you prepare to share your school spirit.
  • Creative Ballet K-1

    For girls in grades K-1
    School-year length course

    date/time:
    Mondays, 3:10-4:00 pm
    September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31) & January 9-April 5 (no class 1/16, 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    instructors: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher) & Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    Ballet K-1 will reinforce and expand the ballet experience through classical technique, creativity, and dance-making. Plain pink or black leotard with or without skirt, pink or skin-toned ballet tights or black leggings, and pink or skin-toned ballet shoes are required.

    Ballet students will perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Group Strings

    For girls and boys in grades K-2
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Mondays, 3:15-3:45 pm
    October 17-December 12 (no class 10/31) & January 23-April 24 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    instructor: Kenna Chelsoi (viola/violin musician)
    cost: $375
    Outstanding group classes inspire and encourage both experienced and beginning string players.

    If you do not own a violin then you will need to rent one from Lane Music, Amro Music, or Circle Music.
  • How Does Your Garden Grow?

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:15 pm
    instructor: Heather Fontana (kindergarten teacher)
    cost:  $200
    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >> September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6, 10/27)
    SPRING >> January 19-March 30 (no class 1/27, 3/16)
    Spend time outside learning the basics of vegetables, fruit, and flower gardening. What zone do we live in? Where should we plant? How much do we water? Paint and plant a flower pot, make garden markers, build a recycled garden on our new and improved farm and greenhouse, and taste some of the yummy fruits of our labor in this action-packed class.
  • Intramural Sports

    INTRAMURAL SPORTS
    For Hutchison girls in grades K-4
    Hutchison offers an intramural program for Hutchison girls in basketball (K-4), soccer (K-3), lacrosse (3-4) and volleyball (1-3) to provide our girls with opportunities to explore athletics. The main goal of our intramural league is to promote growth and enhance skill development. Because of our commitment to foster growth throughout the program, girls are invited to participate regardless of skill level or experience.
    **additional equipment purchase required for this intramural

    Basketball
    Grades K-4
    Mondays and Wednesdays, August 22, 24, 29, and 31
    Mondays: 3:30-4:15 pm
    Wednesdays: 2:30-3:15 pm 

    **Lacrosse Grades 3-4
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    November 29, December 1, 6, 8

    **Volleyball Grades 1-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    January 5, 10, 12, 17

    **Soccer Grades K-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    April 11. 13, 18, and 20
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Quickstart Tennis

    For girls in K-2

    date/time:
    Wednesdays, 2:30-3:15 pm
    instructor: Jay Horne (tennis coach)
    cost: $180 

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________
    FALL I >> September 7-October 19 (no class on 10/5)
    FALL II >> November 2-December 14 (no class on 11/23)
    SPRING >> January 11-February 15


    The Quickstart Academy will use the teaching method of Quickstart tennis, a program aimed at helping kids in kindergarten, first, and second grade, learn the game of tennis. Using a smaller court, net, racquet, and larger foam tennis balls, the Quickstart method makes the game of tennis easily accessible to younger players.

    **Each student will need to bring their own tennis racquet for this class. 
  • Ready, Set, Create!

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Mondays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Reem Rassoul (early childhood teacher)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS
    ___________________________
    FALL SESSION>> September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31)
    SPRING SESSION>> January 23-April 17 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    Explore your imagination and learn tools to focus creativity with the creative process in this fun, project-based class.
     
  • Soccer Shots

    For girls and boys entering K-1
    date/time: Wednesdays, 2:15-3:00 pm
    instructor: Soccer Shots Coaches
    cost:  $175 per session

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL >> September 7-November 16 (no class 10/5)
    SPRING >> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Soccer Shots utilizes creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting. Each class will highlight positive character traits such as respect, teamwork, and appreciation.

  • Taekwondo

    For girls and boys in grades K-6
    School year-length course

    date/time:
    Thursdays, September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6) & January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
     Grades K-2 // 3:15-3:45 pm
     Grades 3-6 // 3:45-4:30 pm
    instructor: Midtown Taekwondo
    cost: $400
    Involve yourself in martial arts to learn discipline and skills that will help you in school and beyond. In the final class, students will test for stripes and belts. No uniform is required; however, you may wear your own uniform or purchase one through Midtown Taekwondo.
  • Time to Tinker and Code

    For girls in grades 1-4

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:00pm
    instructor: Lucy Wesson (lower school science) and Jennifer Stover (lower school technology integrationist)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >>  September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6)
    SPRING >> January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
    Spend some time with Mrs. Stover and Ms. Wesson expanding your computer science skills. Girls will gain more experience coding with unplugged and plugged activities. The activities will promote understanding of important universal coding concepts that can be applied to different applications. This class will also give girls opportunities to tinker with Tinkercad developing 3-D print designs. Girls can 3-D print bag tags, game pieces, and more. Join the fun of computer science!


Classes for 2nd Graders

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  • Cheerleading K-2

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Ashlee Marshall (All-Star Cheer coach)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS
    ________________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
    Learn beginning cheers and teamwork. Build confidence as you prepare to share your school spirit.
  • Ready, Set, Create!

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Mondays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Reem Rassoul (early childhood teacher)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS
    ___________________________
    FALL SESSION>> September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31)
    SPRING SESSION>> January 23-April 17 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    Explore your imagination and learn tools to focus creativity with the creative process in this fun, project-based class.
     
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • ART-Rageous!

    For girls and boys in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:15 pm
    instructor: Martha Berge (lower school art teacher)
    cost: $200 per session, includes all supplies

    SESSIONS
    ________________________
    FALL >> September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6)
    SPRING  >> January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
    Explore all the basics of drawing, painting, sculpting, experimenting, and more. Your artist portfolio and pride will be bursting at the seams! Space is limited.
  • Ballet 2

    For girls in grade 2
    School-year length course

    date/time:
    Mondays, 3:10-4:00pm
    September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31) & January 9-April 5 (no class 1/16, 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher) and Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    Ballet 2 reinforce and expand the ballet experience through classical technique, creativity, and dance-making. Plain pink or black leotard with or without a skirt, pink or skin-toned ballet tights or black leggings, and pink or skin-toned ballet shoes are required.

    Ballet students will perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Bee Sharp: Lower School Choir

    For Hutchison girls in grades K–4

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $175 per semester

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
     
    Enhance your vocal skills and perform at various school and community events. Music Concert dates are December 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm and April 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm. Rehearsal times will be announced closer to the concert date.
  • DI Rising Stars!

    For Hutchison girls in grade 2

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 3:15-4:00 pm;
    October 11-December 6 & January 10-February 7
    instructors: Maggie Haire (third grade teacher)
    cost: $250
    Learn the basics of creativity, problem-solving, and teamwork skills through this non-competitive program for Destination Imagination beginners. The team will present their challenge on the last day to parents and peers.
  • Group Strings

    For girls and boys in grades K-2
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Mondays, 3:15-3:45 pm
    October 17-December 12 (no class 10/31) & January 23-April 24 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)
    instructor: Kenna Chelsoi (viola/violin musician)
    cost: $375
    Outstanding group classes inspire and encourage both experienced and beginning string players.

    If you do not own a violin then you will need to rent one from Lane Music, Amro Music, or Circle Music.
  • Gymnastics with Gymstars

    For girls in grades K-3

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm 
    instructors: Gymstars Gymnastics Instructors
    cost:  $300 per semester

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL>>  September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4, 10/18)
    SPRING>> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 2/28, 3/14) 
  • How Does Your Garden Grow?

    For girls in grades K-2

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:15 pm
    instructor: Heather Fontana (kindergarten teacher)
    cost:  $200
    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >> September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6, 10/27)
    SPRING >> January 19-March 30 (no class 1/27, 3/16)
    Spend time outside learning the basics of vegetables, fruit, and flower gardening. What zone do we live in? Where should we plant? How much do we water? Paint and plant a flower pot, make garden markers, build a recycled garden on our new and improved farm and greenhouse, and taste some of the yummy fruits of our labor in this action-packed class.
  • Intramural Sports

    INTRAMURAL SPORTS
    For Hutchison girls in grades K-4
    Hutchison offers an intramural program for Hutchison girls in basketball (K-4), soccer (K-3), lacrosse (3-4) and volleyball (1-3) to provide our girls with opportunities to explore athletics. The main goal of our intramural league is to promote growth and enhance skill development. Because of our commitment to foster growth throughout the program, girls are invited to participate regardless of skill level or experience.
    **additional equipment purchase required for this intramural

    Basketball
    Grades K-4
    Mondays and Wednesdays, August 22, 24, 29, and 31
    Mondays: 3:30-4:15 pm
    Wednesdays: 2:30-3:15 pm 

    **Lacrosse Grades 3-4
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    November 29, December 1, 6, 8

    **Volleyball Grades 1-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    January 5, 10, 12, 17

    **Soccer Grades K-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    April 11. 13, 18, and 20
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Project Pottery

    For girls in grades 2-7
     
    date/time: Mondays; 3:15-4:20 pm
    instructor: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $150 per session, includes supplies

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>>Gingerbread House: Mondays, November 14-December 5
    SPRING>> For Your Valentine; Thursdays, January 12-February 2 
                      “For the Birds”; Thursdays, February 9-March 2


    Craft works of art that are beautiful and practical. Hand-build projects from clay or mosaics. Fast-paced and fun, these sessions can be taken as a whole or individually.
  • Quickstart Tennis

    For girls in K-2

    date/time:
    Wednesdays, 2:30-3:15 pm
    instructor: Jay Horne (tennis coach)
    cost: $180 

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________
    FALL I >> September 7-October 19 (no class on 10/5)
    FALL II >> November 2-December 14 (no class on 11/23)
    SPRING >> January 11-February 15


    The Quickstart Academy will use the teaching method of Quickstart tennis, a program aimed at helping kids in kindergarten, first, and second grade, learn the game of tennis. Using a smaller court, net, racquet, and larger foam tennis balls, the Quickstart method makes the game of tennis easily accessible to younger players.

    **Each student will need to bring their own tennis racquet for this class. 
  • STEaM Machine

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4
    school year length course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 3:30-4:30pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Oran Rosario (middle school teacher)
    cost: $450
     
     
    Throughout the year, we will explore the world of engineering and design! Here, we will dive into the concept of simple machines, and move towards more complex builds, while understanding the purpose, function, and design components of engineering.


  • Taekwondo

    For girls and boys in grades K-6
    School year-length course

    date/time:
    Thursdays, September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6) & January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
     Grades K-2 // 3:15-3:45 pm
     Grades 3-6 // 3:45-4:30 pm
    instructor: Midtown Taekwondo
    cost: $400
    Involve yourself in martial arts to learn discipline and skills that will help you in school and beyond. In the final class, students will test for stripes and belts. No uniform is required; however, you may wear your own uniform or purchase one through Midtown Taekwondo.
  • Time to Tinker and Code

    For girls in grades 1-4

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:00pm
    instructor: Lucy Wesson (lower school science) and Jennifer Stover (lower school technology integrationist)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >>  September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6)
    SPRING >> January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
    Spend some time with Mrs. Stover and Ms. Wesson expanding your computer science skills. Girls will gain more experience coding with unplugged and plugged activities. The activities will promote understanding of important universal coding concepts that can be applied to different applications. This class will also give girls opportunities to tinker with Tinkercad developing 3-D print designs. Girls can 3-D print bag tags, game pieces, and more. Join the fun of computer science!


Classes for 3rd Graders

List of 16 items.

  • 3-4 Grade Lacrosse League

    For girls in grades 3-4

    In this league, games are played on Saturdays.

    date/time: March-April; Dates and Times TBD
    instructor: Jill Allen
    cost:  TBD
  • Gymnastics with Gymstars

    For girls in grades K-3

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm 
    instructors: Gymstars Gymnastics Instructors
    cost:  $300 per semester

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL>>  September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4, 10/18)
    SPRING>> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 2/28, 3/14) 
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Artist Studio

    For girls and boys in 3-4 grade

    date/time: Mondays, 3:15-4:15 pm
    instructor: Martha Berge (lower school art teacher)
    cost: $200 per session, includes all supplies

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL >>  September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31)
    SPRING >>  January 23-April 17 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)


    Learn drawing and painting techniques, create multi-media art, sculpture, and collage.
  • Ballet 3

    For girls and boys in grade 3
    School-year length course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 3:10-4:00 pm & Wednesdays, 2:30-3:30 pm
    September 7-November 16 (no class 10/4, 10/5) & January 10- April 5 (no class 2/14, 3/14, 3/15)
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel(Hutchison dance teacher) Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost:
    $750

    Students in Ballet 3 continue to gain strength, agility, grace, and comradery in their dance and dance-making.  Plain pink or black leotard with or without a skirt, pink or skin-toned ballet tights or black leggings, and pink or skin-toned ballet shoes are required.

    Ballet students will perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Bee Sharp: Lower School Choir

    For Hutchison girls in grades K–4

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $175 per semester

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
     
    Enhance your vocal skills and perform at various school and community events. Music Concert dates are December 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm and April 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm. Rehearsal times will be announced closer to the concert date.
  • Creativity Toolbox

    For girls in grades 3-4

    date/time: Tuesday, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Reem Rassoul (early childhood teacher)
    cost:  $200

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
    Girls will explore their imaginations and learn tools to focus creativity with the creative process in this fun, project-based class.
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Intramural Sports

    INTRAMURAL SPORTS
    For Hutchison girls in grades K-4
    Hutchison offers an intramural program for Hutchison girls in basketball (K-4), soccer (K-3), lacrosse (3-4) and volleyball (1-3) to provide our girls with opportunities to explore athletics. The main goal of our intramural league is to promote growth and enhance skill development. Because of our commitment to foster growth throughout the program, girls are invited to participate regardless of skill level or experience.
    **additional equipment purchase required for this intramural

    Basketball
    Grades K-4
    Mondays and Wednesdays, August 22, 24, 29, and 31
    Mondays: 3:30-4:15 pm
    Wednesdays: 2:30-3:15 pm 

    **Lacrosse Grades 3-4
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    November 29, December 1, 6, 8

    **Volleyball Grades 1-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    January 5, 10, 12, 17

    **Soccer Grades K-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    April 11. 13, 18, and 20
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Project Pottery

    For girls in grades 2-7
     
    date/time: Mondays; 3:15-4:20 pm
    instructor: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $150 per session, includes supplies

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>>Gingerbread House: Mondays, November 14-December 5
    SPRING>> For Your Valentine; Thursdays, January 12-February 2 
                      “For the Birds”; Thursdays, February 9-March 2


    Craft works of art that are beautiful and practical. Hand-build projects from clay or mosaics. Fast-paced and fun, these sessions can be taken as a whole or individually.
  • Recreational Youth Cheerleading

    For girls in grades 3-4
    School year-length course
     
    date/time: Mondays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 pm; September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/6, 10/31) and January 19-April 17 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 3/16, 4/10)
    instructor: Ashlee Marshall (All-Star Cheer coach)
    cost:  $750
    Learn beginning cheers, teamwork, and representing school spirit while also offering a more competitive aspect. Athletes will increase in their physical fitness, leadership, and cheerleading skills beyond the sideline. This will include but not limited to stunts, tumbling, jumps, and dancing. Athletes will perform a 2 min and 30 second routine in one local competition at the end of the season to showcase their year long work.
  • STEaM Machine

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4
    school year length course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 3:30-4:30pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Oran Rosario (middle school teacher)
    cost: $450
     
     
    Throughout the year, we will explore the world of engineering and design! Here, we will dive into the concept of simple machines, and move towards more complex builds, while understanding the purpose, function, and design components of engineering.


  • Taekwondo

    For girls and boys in grades K-6
    School year-length course

    date/time:
    Thursdays, September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6) & January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
     Grades K-2 // 3:15-3:45 pm
     Grades 3-6 // 3:45-4:30 pm
    instructor: Midtown Taekwondo
    cost: $400
    Involve yourself in martial arts to learn discipline and skills that will help you in school and beyond. In the final class, students will test for stripes and belts. No uniform is required; however, you may wear your own uniform or purchase one through Midtown Taekwondo.
  • Time to Tinker and Code

    For girls in grades 1-4

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:00pm
    instructor: Lucy Wesson (lower school science) and Jennifer Stover (lower school technology integrationist)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >>  September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6)
    SPRING >> January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
    Spend some time with Mrs. Stover and Ms. Wesson expanding your computer science skills. Girls will gain more experience coding with unplugged and plugged activities. The activities will promote understanding of important universal coding concepts that can be applied to different applications. This class will also give girls opportunities to tinker with Tinkercad developing 3-D print designs. Girls can 3-D print bag tags, game pieces, and more. Join the fun of computer science!


Classes for 4th Graders

List of 16 items.

  • Creativity Toolbox

    For girls in grades 3-4

    date/time: Tuesday, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Reem Rassoul (early childhood teacher)
    cost:  $200

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
    Girls will explore their imaginations and learn tools to focus creativity with the creative process in this fun, project-based class.
  • Recreational Youth Cheerleading

    For girls in grades 3-4
    School year-length course
     
    date/time: Mondays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 pm; September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/6, 10/31) and January 19-April 17 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 3/16, 4/10)
    instructor: Ashlee Marshall (All-Star Cheer coach)
    cost:  $750
    Learn beginning cheers, teamwork, and representing school spirit while also offering a more competitive aspect. Athletes will increase in their physical fitness, leadership, and cheerleading skills beyond the sideline. This will include but not limited to stunts, tumbling, jumps, and dancing. Athletes will perform a 2 min and 30 second routine in one local competition at the end of the season to showcase their year long work.
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • 3-4 Grade Lacrosse League

    For girls in grades 3-4

    In this league, games are played on Saturdays.

    date/time: March-April; Dates and Times TBD
    instructor: Jill Allen
    cost:  TBD
  • Artist Studio

    For girls and boys in 3-4 grade

    date/time: Mondays, 3:15-4:15 pm
    instructor: Martha Berge (lower school art teacher)
    cost: $200 per session, includes all supplies

    SESSIONS
    ______________________________________________
    FALL >>  September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/31)
    SPRING >>  January 23-April 17 (no class 2/20, 3/13, 4/10)


    Learn drawing and painting techniques, create multi-media art, sculpture, and collage.
  • Ballet 4

    For girls in grade 4
    School-year length course

    date/time:
    Mondays, 4:00-5:00 pm & Tuesdays, 3:10-4:00 pm
    September 12-November 28 (no class 10/3, 10/4, 10/31) & January 9-April 4 (no class 1/16, 2/14, 2/20, 3/13, 3/14,  4/10)
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher) & Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $750
    Students in Ballet 4 continue to gain strength, agility, grace, and comradery in their dance and dance-making.  Plain pink or black leotard with or without a skirt, pink or skin-toned ballet tights or black leggings, and pink or skin-toned ballet shoes are required.

    Ballet students will perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.


  • Bee Sharp: Lower School Choir

    For Hutchison girls in grades K–4

    date/time: Tuesdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $175 per semester

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4)
    SPRING >> January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
     
    Enhance your vocal skills and perform at various school and community events. Music Concert dates are December 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm and April 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm. Rehearsal times will be announced closer to the concert date.
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Intramural Sports

    INTRAMURAL SPORTS
    For Hutchison girls in grades K-4
    Hutchison offers an intramural program for Hutchison girls in basketball (K-4), soccer (K-3), lacrosse (3-4) and volleyball (1-3) to provide our girls with opportunities to explore athletics. The main goal of our intramural league is to promote growth and enhance skill development. Because of our commitment to foster growth throughout the program, girls are invited to participate regardless of skill level or experience.
    **additional equipment purchase required for this intramural

    Basketball
    Grades K-4
    Mondays and Wednesdays, August 22, 24, 29, and 31
    Mondays: 3:30-4:15 pm
    Wednesdays: 2:30-3:15 pm 

    **Lacrosse Grades 3-4
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    November 29, December 1, 6, 8

    **Volleyball Grades 1-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    January 5, 10, 12, 17

    **Soccer Grades K-3
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15 pm
    April 11. 13, 18, and 20
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Project Pottery

    For girls in grades 2-7
     
    date/time: Mondays; 3:15-4:20 pm
    instructor: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $150 per session, includes supplies

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>>Gingerbread House: Mondays, November 14-December 5
    SPRING>> For Your Valentine; Thursdays, January 12-February 2 
                      “For the Birds”; Thursdays, February 9-March 2


    Craft works of art that are beautiful and practical. Hand-build projects from clay or mosaics. Fast-paced and fun, these sessions can be taken as a whole or individually.
  • Solo Singing and Vocal Technique

    For girls in grades 4-8
    date/time: Friday, 3:30-4:00 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 2-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/07, 10/28, 11/25 )
    SPRING >> January 20-April 14 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/17, 4/7)
    Calling all singers! This new class will help students explore techniques for breath support, vocal placement, and tone, and learn tips for dynamic solo singing performances. The class will be set up in studio style, with each child performing a solo every 2-3 weeks and receiving feedback from the instructor and classmates, as we learn how to listen and evaluate musical performances!
  • STEaM Machine

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4
    school year length course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 3:30-4:30pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 24-April 11 (no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Oran Rosario (middle school teacher)
    cost: $450
     
     
    Throughout the year, we will explore the world of engineering and design! Here, we will dive into the concept of simple machines, and move towards more complex builds, while understanding the purpose, function, and design components of engineering.


  • Taekwondo

    For girls and boys in grades K-6
    School year-length course

    date/time:
    Thursdays, September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6) & January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
     Grades K-2 // 3:15-3:45 pm
     Grades 3-6 // 3:45-4:30 pm
    instructor: Midtown Taekwondo
    cost: $400
    Involve yourself in martial arts to learn discipline and skills that will help you in school and beyond. In the final class, students will test for stripes and belts. No uniform is required; however, you may wear your own uniform or purchase one through Midtown Taekwondo.
  • Time to Tinker and Code

    For girls in grades 1-4

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:15-4:00pm
    instructor: Lucy Wesson (lower school science) and Jennifer Stover (lower school technology integrationist)
    cost: $200

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >>  September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6)
    SPRING >> January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
    Spend some time with Mrs. Stover and Ms. Wesson expanding your computer science skills. Girls will gain more experience coding with unplugged and plugged activities. The activities will promote understanding of important universal coding concepts that can be applied to different applications. This class will also give girls opportunities to tinker with Tinkercad developing 3-D print designs. Girls can 3-D print bag tags, game pieces, and more. Join the fun of computer science!


Classes for 5th Graders

List of 9 items.

  • Middle School Dance Company

    For girls and boys in grades 5-8
    School-year length course
    date/time: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:00-5:15 pm
    September 7-November 16 (no class 10/4, 10/6) and January 17- April 5 (no class 2/14, 3/14, 3/16)

    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher) and Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $750


    Middle School Dance Company focuses on modern dance and creative ballet with an emphasis on dance-making and ensemble performance.

    Students will choreograph and perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.

    For more information, email lkoeppel@hutchisonschool.org.


  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Project Pottery

    For girls in grades 2-7
     
    date/time: Mondays; 3:15-4:20 pm
    instructor: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $150 per session, includes supplies

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>>Gingerbread House: Mondays, November 14-December 5
    SPRING>> For Your Valentine; Thursdays, January 12-February 2 
                      “For the Birds”; Thursdays, February 9-March 2


    Craft works of art that are beautiful and practical. Hand-build projects from clay or mosaics. Fast-paced and fun, these sessions can be taken as a whole or individually.
  • Quiz Bowl

    For girls in grades 5-8

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:45-4:45 pm
    instructor: Robbie Uhrman (Quiz Bowl Sponsor)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >>
    September 1-December 1 (no class 10/6, 11/24)
    SPRING >>
    January 12-May 11 (no class 3/16)
    Do you enjoy academic trivia? Have a broad range of knowledge? Buzz in and answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more. Quiz Bowl is a team competition, and this session is limited to ten girls. The goal for this class is to practice weekly and, eventually, to compete against other schools in a NAQT-sanctioned tournament. Space is limited.
  • Solo Singing and Vocal Technique

    For girls in grades 4-8
    date/time: Friday, 3:30-4:00 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 2-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/07, 10/28, 11/25 )
    SPRING >> January 20-April 14 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/17, 4/7)
    Calling all singers! This new class will help students explore techniques for breath support, vocal placement, and tone, and learn tips for dynamic solo singing performances. The class will be set up in studio style, with each child performing a solo every 2-3 weeks and receiving feedback from the instructor and classmates, as we learn how to listen and evaluate musical performances!
  • Taekwondo

    For girls and boys in grades K-6
    School year-length course

    date/time:
    Thursdays, September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6) & January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
     Grades K-2 // 3:15-3:45 pm
     Grades 3-6 // 3:45-4:30 pm
    instructor: Midtown Taekwondo
    cost: $400
    Involve yourself in martial arts to learn discipline and skills that will help you in school and beyond. In the final class, students will test for stripes and belts. No uniform is required; however, you may wear your own uniform or purchase one through Midtown Taekwondo.

Classes for 6th Graders

List of 10 items.

  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Middle School Dance Company

    For girls and boys in grades 5-8
    School-year length course
    date/time: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:00-5:15 pm
    September 7-November 16 (no class 10/4, 10/6) and January 17- April 5 (no class 2/14, 3/14, 3/16)

    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher) and Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $750


    Middle School Dance Company focuses on modern dance and creative ballet with an emphasis on dance-making and ensemble performance.

    Students will choreograph and perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.

    For more information, email lkoeppel@hutchisonschool.org.


  • Pointe/Pre-Pointe

    For girls and boys in Middle School Dance Company and Core Ballet
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Thursdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 15-December 15 (no class 10/6, 11/24) and January 19-April 5 (no class 3/16)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class takes the dancer to the next level of strength, possibility, and commitment. Students must be taking MSDC and Core Ballet to attend. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.

    Please email Ms. Koeppel or Ms. Stanfield if you have any questions.

    Students will choreograph and perform a dance in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Project Pottery

    For girls in grades 2-7
     
    date/time: Mondays; 3:15-4:20 pm
    instructor: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $150 per session, includes supplies

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>>Gingerbread House: Mondays, November 14-December 5
    SPRING>> For Your Valentine; Thursdays, January 12-February 2 
                      “For the Birds”; Thursdays, February 9-March 2


    Craft works of art that are beautiful and practical. Hand-build projects from clay or mosaics. Fast-paced and fun, these sessions can be taken as a whole or individually.
  • Quiz Bowl

    For girls in grades 5-8

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:45-4:45 pm
    instructor: Robbie Uhrman (Quiz Bowl Sponsor)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >>
    September 1-December 1 (no class 10/6, 11/24)
    SPRING >>
    January 12-May 11 (no class 3/16)
    Do you enjoy academic trivia? Have a broad range of knowledge? Buzz in and answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more. Quiz Bowl is a team competition, and this session is limited to ten girls. The goal for this class is to practice weekly and, eventually, to compete against other schools in a NAQT-sanctioned tournament. Space is limited.
  • Solo Singing and Vocal Technique

    For girls in grades 4-8
    date/time: Friday, 3:30-4:00 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 2-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/07, 10/28, 11/25 )
    SPRING >> January 20-April 14 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/17, 4/7)
    Calling all singers! This new class will help students explore techniques for breath support, vocal placement, and tone, and learn tips for dynamic solo singing performances. The class will be set up in studio style, with each child performing a solo every 2-3 weeks and receiving feedback from the instructor and classmates, as we learn how to listen and evaluate musical performances!
  • Taekwondo

    For girls and boys in grades K-6
    School year-length course

    date/time:
    Thursdays, September 1-November 10 (no class 10/6) & January 19-March 30 (no class 3/16)
     Grades K-2 // 3:15-3:45 pm
     Grades 3-6 // 3:45-4:30 pm
    instructor: Midtown Taekwondo
    cost: $400
    Involve yourself in martial arts to learn discipline and skills that will help you in school and beyond. In the final class, students will test for stripes and belts. No uniform is required; however, you may wear your own uniform or purchase one through Midtown Taekwondo.

Classes for 7th Graders

List of 10 items.

  • Quiz Bowl

    For girls in grades 5-8

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:45-4:45 pm
    instructor: Robbie Uhrman (Quiz Bowl Sponsor)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >>
    September 1-December 1 (no class 10/6, 11/24)
    SPRING >>
    January 12-May 11 (no class 3/16)
    Do you enjoy academic trivia? Have a broad range of knowledge? Buzz in and answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more. Quiz Bowl is a team competition, and this session is limited to ten girls. The goal for this class is to practice weekly and, eventually, to compete against other schools in a NAQT-sanctioned tournament. Space is limited.
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Core Ballet

    For girls and boys in grades 7-12
    School Year Length Course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 17-April 4(no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class is designed for anyone in grades 7-12 who wants to improve ballet skills for strength, flexibility, accuracy, and artistry. This class will count for US Crain Hours and is required for Pre-Pointe. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Middle School Dance Company

    For girls and boys in grades 5-8
    School-year length course
    date/time: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:00-5:15 pm
    September 7-November 16 (no class 10/4, 10/6) and January 17- April 5 (no class 2/14, 3/14, 3/16)

    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher) and Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $750


    Middle School Dance Company focuses on modern dance and creative ballet with an emphasis on dance-making and ensemble performance.

    Students will choreograph and perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.

    For more information, email lkoeppel@hutchisonschool.org.


  • Pointe/Pre-Pointe

    For girls and boys in Middle School Dance Company and Core Ballet
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Thursdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 15-December 15 (no class 10/6, 11/24) and January 19-April 5 (no class 3/16)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class takes the dancer to the next level of strength, possibility, and commitment. Students must be taking MSDC and Core Ballet to attend. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.

    Please email Ms. Koeppel or Ms. Stanfield if you have any questions.

    Students will choreograph and perform a dance in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Project Pottery

    For girls in grades 2-7
     
    date/time: Mondays; 3:15-4:20 pm
    instructor: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $150 per session, includes supplies

    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>>Gingerbread House: Mondays, November 14-December 5
    SPRING>> For Your Valentine; Thursdays, January 12-February 2 
                      “For the Birds”; Thursdays, February 9-March 2


    Craft works of art that are beautiful and practical. Hand-build projects from clay or mosaics. Fast-paced and fun, these sessions can be taken as a whole or individually.
  • Solo Singing and Vocal Technique

    For girls in grades 4-8
    date/time: Friday, 3:30-4:00 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 2-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/07, 10/28, 11/25 )
    SPRING >> January 20-April 14 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/17, 4/7)
    Calling all singers! This new class will help students explore techniques for breath support, vocal placement, and tone, and learn tips for dynamic solo singing performances. The class will be set up in studio style, with each child performing a solo every 2-3 weeks and receiving feedback from the instructor and classmates, as we learn how to listen and evaluate musical performances!

Classes for 8th Graders

List of 9 items.

  • Quiz Bowl

    For girls in grades 5-8

    date/time:
    Thursdays, 3:45-4:45 pm
    instructor: Robbie Uhrman (Quiz Bowl Sponsor)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS_____________________
    FALL >>
    September 1-December 1 (no class 10/6, 11/24)
    SPRING >>
    January 12-May 11 (no class 3/16)
    Do you enjoy academic trivia? Have a broad range of knowledge? Buzz in and answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more. Quiz Bowl is a team competition, and this session is limited to ten girls. The goal for this class is to practice weekly and, eventually, to compete against other schools in a NAQT-sanctioned tournament. Space is limited.
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Core Ballet

    For girls and boys in grades 7-12
    School Year Length Course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 17-April 4(no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class is designed for anyone in grades 7-12 who wants to improve ballet skills for strength, flexibility, accuracy, and artistry. This class will count for US Crain Hours and is required for Pre-Pointe. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Middle School Dance Company

    For girls and boys in grades 5-8
    School-year length course
    date/time: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:00-5:15 pm
    September 7-November 16 (no class 10/4, 10/6) and January 17- April 5 (no class 2/14, 3/14, 3/16)

    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher) and Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $750


    Middle School Dance Company focuses on modern dance and creative ballet with an emphasis on dance-making and ensemble performance.

    Students will choreograph and perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.

    For more information, email lkoeppel@hutchisonschool.org.


  • Pointe/Pre-Pointe

    For girls and boys in Middle School Dance Company and Core Ballet
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Thursdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 15-December 15 (no class 10/6, 11/24) and January 19-April 5 (no class 3/16)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class takes the dancer to the next level of strength, possibility, and commitment. Students must be taking MSDC and Core Ballet to attend. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.

    Please email Ms. Koeppel or Ms. Stanfield if you have any questions.

    Students will choreograph and perform a dance in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Solo Singing and Vocal Technique

    For girls in grades 4-8
    date/time: Friday, 3:30-4:00 pm
    instructor: Hannah Crowley (music teacher)
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS____________________
    FALL >> September 2-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/07, 10/28, 11/25 )
    SPRING >> January 20-April 14 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/17, 4/7)
    Calling all singers! This new class will help students explore techniques for breath support, vocal placement, and tone, and learn tips for dynamic solo singing performances. The class will be set up in studio style, with each child performing a solo every 2-3 weeks and receiving feedback from the instructor and classmates, as we learn how to listen and evaluate musical performances!

Classes for 9th Graders

List of 7 items.

  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Core Ballet

    For girls and boys in grades 7-12
    School Year Length Course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 17-April 4(no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class is designed for anyone in grades 7-12 who wants to improve ballet skills for strength, flexibility, accuracy, and artistry. This class will count for US Crain Hours and is required for Pre-Pointe. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Pointe/Pre-Pointe

    For girls and boys in Middle School Dance Company and Core Ballet
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Thursdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 15-December 15 (no class 10/6, 11/24) and January 19-April 5 (no class 3/16)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class takes the dancer to the next level of strength, possibility, and commitment. Students must be taking MSDC and Core Ballet to attend. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.

    Please email Ms. Koeppel or Ms. Stanfield if you have any questions.

    Students will choreograph and perform a dance in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Upper School Dance Company

    For girls and boys in grades 9-12
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Wednesdays, 3:30-4:45 pm and Fridays, 3:45-5:00 pm
    September 7-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/5, 10/07, 10/28, 11/23, 11/25) & January 18-April 5 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/15, 3/17, 4/7)
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher and Director of Hutchison Creative Ballet Center)
    cost: $750
    Develop contemporary movement and expression skills while earning fitness credit. Attend two classes per week to improve technique and acquire strength, mobility, and artistry in a collaborative atmosphere.

    US Company members will choreograph and present dance pieces throughout the school year and perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.

Classes for 10th Graders

List of 7 items.

  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • Core Ballet

    For girls and boys in grades 7-12
    School Year Length Course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 17-April 4(no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class is designed for anyone in grades 7-12 who wants to improve ballet skills for strength, flexibility, accuracy, and artistry. This class will count for US Crain Hours and is required for Pre-Pointe. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Pointe/Pre-Pointe

    For girls and boys in Middle School Dance Company and Core Ballet
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Thursdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 15-December 15 (no class 10/6, 11/24) and January 19-April 5 (no class 3/16)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class takes the dancer to the next level of strength, possibility, and commitment. Students must be taking MSDC and Core Ballet to attend. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.

    Please email Ms. Koeppel or Ms. Stanfield if you have any questions.

    Students will choreograph and perform a dance in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Upper School Dance Company

    For girls and boys in grades 9-12
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Wednesdays, 3:30-4:45 pm and Fridays, 3:45-5:00 pm
    September 7-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/5, 10/07, 10/28, 11/23, 11/25) & January 18-April 5 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/15, 3/17, 4/7)
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher and Director of Hutchison Creative Ballet Center)
    cost: $750
    Develop contemporary movement and expression skills while earning fitness credit. Attend two classes per week to improve technique and acquire strength, mobility, and artistry in a collaborative atmosphere.

    US Company members will choreograph and present dance pieces throughout the school year and perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.

Classes for 11th Graders

List of 12 items.

  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • ACT Mini Preps

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: 
    Session I: Friday, October 14 | 5:00-7:00 pm
    Session II: Saturday, December 3 | 1:00-3:00 pm  
    Session III: Saturday, January 28 | 1:00-3:00 pm
    Session IV: Saturday, April 1 | 1:00-3:00 pm
    Session V: Saturday, June 3 | 1:00-3:00 pm  
    instructor: ACT Prep Instructor
    cost: $50 per session
    Students will take portions of the ACT in Math, Science, English, and Reading, review answers, and reinforce test-taking strategies.
  • ACT Prep: December Test

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: Monday-Friday, November 28-December 2; 3:40-5:40 pm
    instructor: ACT Prep Instructor
    Cost: Science/Math M-W Only: $300
    English/Reading TH-F Only: $250
    Full Week/All Subjects: $400
    This class takes a deep dive into what it takes to succeed on the ACT. Participants will examine the tendencies of the ACT and learn general and content-specific strategies. Students will also gain valuable experience by working through problems from actual ACT tests.
  • ACT Prep: October Test

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: Monday-Friday, October 10-14; 3:40-5:40 pm
    instructor: ACT Prep Instructor
    cost: Science/Math M-W Only: $300
    English/Reading TH-F Only: $250
    Full Week/All Subjects: $400
    This class takes a deep dive into what it takes to succeed on the ACT. Participants will examine the tendencies of the ACT and learn general and content-specific strategies. Students will also gain valuable experience by working through problems from actual ACT tests.
  • ACT Prep: September Test

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: Monday-Friday, August 29-September 2; 3:40-5:40 pm
    instructor: ACT Prep Instructor
    cost: English/Reading TH-F Only: $250
    Science/Math M-W Only: $300
    Full Week/All Subjects: $400


    This class takes a deep dive into what it takes to succeed on the ACT. Participants will examine the tendencies of the ACT and learn general and content-specific strategies. Students will also gain valuable experience by working through problems from actual ACT tests.
  • Core Ballet

    For girls and boys in grades 7-12
    School Year Length Course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 17-April 4(no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class is designed for anyone in grades 7-12 who wants to improve ballet skills for strength, flexibility, accuracy, and artistry. This class will count for US Crain Hours and is required for Pre-Pointe. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Pointe/Pre-Pointe

    For girls and boys in Middle School Dance Company and Core Ballet
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Thursdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 15-December 15 (no class 10/6, 11/24) and January 19-April 5 (no class 3/16)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class takes the dancer to the next level of strength, possibility, and commitment. Students must be taking MSDC and Core Ballet to attend. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.

    Please email Ms. Koeppel or Ms. Stanfield if you have any questions.

    Students will choreograph and perform a dance in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • SAT Prep

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: Monday-Friday, 4:00-5:00 pm
    instructor: SAT Prep Instructor
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS_____________________
    August Session>> August 22-26
    September Session>> September 26-30
  • Upper School Dance Company

    For girls and boys in grades 9-12
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Wednesdays, 3:30-4:45 pm and Fridays, 3:45-5:00 pm
    September 7-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/5, 10/07, 10/28, 11/23, 11/25) & January 18-April 5 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/15, 3/17, 4/7)
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher and Director of Hutchison Creative Ballet Center)
    cost: $750
    Develop contemporary movement and expression skills while earning fitness credit. Attend two classes per week to improve technique and acquire strength, mobility, and artistry in a collaborative atmosphere.

    US Company members will choreograph and present dance pieces throughout the school year and perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.

Classes for 12th Graders

List of 12 items.

  • ACT Mini Preps

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: 
    Session I: Friday, October 14 | 5:00-7:00 pm
    Session II: Saturday, December 3 | 1:00-3:00 pm  
    Session III: Saturday, January 28 | 1:00-3:00 pm
    Session IV: Saturday, April 1 | 1:00-3:00 pm
    Session V: Saturday, June 3 | 1:00-3:00 pm  
    instructor: ACT Prep Instructor
    cost: $50 per session
    Students will take portions of the ACT in Math, Science, English, and Reading, review answers, and reinforce test-taking strategies.
  • SAT Prep

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: Monday-Friday, 4:00-5:00 pm
    instructor: SAT Prep Instructor
    cost: $200 per session

    SESSIONS_____________________
    August Session>> August 22-26
    September Session>> September 26-30
  • Skillful Parenting

    For parents
    date/time: Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20, 27; 5:00-6:30pm 
    presenter: Katy Nair, Upper School Assistant Head and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix trainer
    cost: $270
    Do you ever do or say something to your child that you regret later? Would you like to learn skills to help you react less and relate more? If so, this class is for you!  You’ll learn an evidence-based technique to help you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you as a parent, learn skills to deal with difficult emotions and thoughts,  and use the knowledge gained to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your relationships for the better. Space is limited. 
  • ACT Prep: December Test

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: Monday-Friday, November 28-December 2; 3:40-5:40 pm
    instructor: ACT Prep Instructor
    Cost: Science/Math M-W Only: $300
    English/Reading TH-F Only: $250
    Full Week/All Subjects: $400
    This class takes a deep dive into what it takes to succeed on the ACT. Participants will examine the tendencies of the ACT and learn general and content-specific strategies. Students will also gain valuable experience by working through problems from actual ACT tests.
  • ACT Prep: October Test

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: Monday-Friday, October 10-14; 3:40-5:40 pm
    instructor: ACT Prep Instructor
    cost: Science/Math M-W Only: $300
    English/Reading TH-F Only: $250
    Full Week/All Subjects: $400
    This class takes a deep dive into what it takes to succeed on the ACT. Participants will examine the tendencies of the ACT and learn general and content-specific strategies. Students will also gain valuable experience by working through problems from actual ACT tests.
  • ACT Prep: September Test

    For girls and boys in grades 11-12

    date/time: Monday-Friday, August 29-September 2; 3:40-5:40 pm
    instructor: ACT Prep Instructor
    cost: English/Reading TH-F Only: $250
    Science/Math M-W Only: $300
    Full Week/All Subjects: $400


    This class takes a deep dive into what it takes to succeed on the ACT. Participants will examine the tendencies of the ACT and learn general and content-specific strategies. Students will also gain valuable experience by working through problems from actual ACT tests.
  • Core Ballet

    For girls and boys in grades 7-12
    School Year Length Course

    date/time:
    Tuesdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 6-November 15 (no class 10/4) and January 17-April 4(no class 2/14, 3/14)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class is designed for anyone in grades 7-12 who wants to improve ballet skills for strength, flexibility, accuracy, and artistry. This class will count for US Crain Hours and is required for Pre-Pointe. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.
  • Destination Imagination (DI)

    For girls and boys in grades 3-12
    date/time: September - May as scheduled, Tournament dates TBD
    instructor: Amanda Killen (DI TN Board Member & team manager) & Various Team Managers
    cost: $300, plus tournament travel expenses
    Build your creativity, design thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills on grade level teams. Teams solve one of six open-ended, STEAM-based challenges to present at tournaments. Teams will meet two afternoons per week and/or on Saturday mornings. Teams will present challenge solutions at the regional and state levels and commit to attending Global Finals if they advance from the state tournament. For more information about DI check out www.destinationimagination.org

    **Register for the Challenge that most interests you. When teams are created the challenge your team chooses may change. 
  • Pointe/Pre-Pointe

    For girls and boys in Middle School Dance Company and Core Ballet
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Thursdays, 5:15-6:00 pm
    September 15-December 15 (no class 10/6, 11/24) and January 19-April 5 (no class 3/16)
    instructor: Katy Stanfield (dancer and dance instructor)
    cost: $400
    This class takes the dancer to the next level of strength, possibility, and commitment. Students must be taking MSDC and Core Ballet to attend. Leotard or form fitting top with black leggings or form fitting yoga pants, ballet skirt, with pink or skin-toned ballet shoes.

    Please email Ms. Koeppel or Ms. Stanfield if you have any questions.

    Students will choreograph and perform a dance in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
  • Pottery

    For girls and boys in grades 2-4 and 5-12
     
    date/time: Wednesdays
      Grades 2-4 // 2:10-3:10 pm
      Grades 5-12 // 3:10-4:10 pm
    instructors: Kristi Duckworth (ceramist & painter)
    cost: $250 per session or $475 for both sessions, includes supplies
    SESSIONS
    ____________________________________________
    FALL>> September 7-November 30 (no class 9/28, 10/5, 11/23)
    SPRING>> January 25-April 5 (no class 3/15)
    Develop creative concepts in clay. Learn the techniques of throwing on the wheel, hand building, and combining altered forms.
  • Private Music Lessons

    For girls and boys in grades K-12

    Private lessons for 30 or 45 minutes in one or more instruments offered. All skill levels. 

    An email will go out to everyone once school starts with more information, as well as, dates and times available for lessons.

    Space is limited.
  • Upper School Dance Company

    For girls and boys in grades 9-12
    School-year length course
     
    date/time: Wednesdays, 3:30-4:45 pm and Fridays, 3:45-5:00 pm
    September 7-December 2 (no class 9/23, 10/5, 10/07, 10/28, 11/23, 11/25) & January 18-April 5 (no class 1/27, 2/17, 3/15, 3/17, 4/7)
    instructor: Louisa Koeppel (Hutchison dance teacher and Director of Hutchison Creative Ballet Center)
    cost: $750
    Develop contemporary movement and expression skills while earning fitness credit. Attend two classes per week to improve technique and acquire strength, mobility, and artistry in a collaborative atmosphere.

    US Company members will choreograph and present dance pieces throughout the school year and perform in the dance concert on Tuesday, April 4 at 6:00 pm and the school matinee on Wednesday, April 5.
Hutchison is the leading private girls school in Memphis for ages 2 years old through twelfth grade.