Verbose Language Learning Center is to create a fun-filled, active learning environment, where children grades 1st – 6th are encouraged to become multilingual through immersion in language and cultural activities, both in and outside of the classroom, empowering children to become lifelong learners who positively impact society and humanity on a global scale.
Verbose camp schedule includes daily meditation for mental clarity and focus along with 3 hours of academic time and 3 hours of outdoor play daily, plus 2 healthy snacks provided and 1 field trip every Friday!
Verbose Language Learning Center serves both Wichita and Maize school districts providing academic camps during summers for both calendars.
Verbose LLC will provide academic programming for all Federal Holidays and In-Service Days, or School Days Out.
Verbose LLC will provide academic programs for both Spring and Winter breaks supplementing both Maize and Wichita calendars.
Our Mission: Inspiring a deeper interest in science through creative and fun experiences for all ages. Exploration Place has hands-on exhibits, birthday party packages, classes for all ages, and much more.
At Honey Tree Academy, we are committed to providing the highest quality preschool, prekindergarten, and kindergarten education possible in the Wichita and Maize area! We focus on growing the whole child: cognitively, physically, socially, and emotionally. We are committed to ongoing professional development, ensuring that we are educated facilitators and child advocates capable of integrating learning experiences into the curriculum that are appropriate to the diverse developmental levels of the children. Honey Tree Academy is a small, private academy. This affords us the ability to offer personal, high quality services. We foster individual relationships so that our students feel loved and secure in an environment that promotes structured choices, responsibility and respect. All children have unique abilities and interests. Our program encourages your child’s growth and development utilizing differentiated instruction to meet your child’s individual needs. This helps build a strong foundation, providing your child with the opportunity to get the most out of their early childhood experiences.
Since 1963, Wichita Collegiate School has been the leading college preparatory school in Wichita, serving students from age 2 through Grade 12. WCS is an exciting place where children thrive and grow, becoming tomorrow’s leaders through a diverse and caring community with passionate teachers and an inspiring curriculum.
Trinity Academy is a distinctly Christian, college prep school with 325 high school students and the recent addition of a new K-8. Though the school has outstanding fine arts, athletics and academics, the school’s vision has always been far greater: to equip young leaders to impact the world for Christ.
|The Independent School Mission Statement: To provide a superior, independent, college preparatory education, serving a diverse student population in a safe, supportive community, conducive to the intellectual, emotional, and physical growth of each Independent student.|
Wichita Gymnastics has been serving recreational and competitive gymnasts in South Central Kansas with a tradition of excellence since 1969. With a quality, caring staff, innovative teaching progressions, unparalleled organization and the best equipped facilities in the country, WGC has risen to become imitated and respected throughout our region.
Our primary emphasis is on positive self-image, physical conditioning, coordination and development to the child’s fullest potential. We have one location in Wichita, KS; we are located just west of 37th and Webb.
Staff members at WGC are chosen for their maturity (adults), sensitivity, expertise, enthusiasm and positive caring approach to teaching children. We are very proud of our staff and facilities. Come in and take a look!
We can teach anyone how to draw!
The Monart guided drawing system shows students how to perceive the visual world in terms of five basic elements of shape. Just as a musician learns notes and scales in order to play an instrument, students learn the skills necessary to translate their perceptions onto paper. This method has achieved phenomenal results among both children and adults, including those with learning differences. Teachers that regularly use the guided drawing method in the classroom, report that reading and math scores rise as much as twenty percent. Studies have shown that when students draw the subjects they are studying they learn the information eight times faster and retain the information eight times longer.
Monart guided drawing is more than a method that teaches people how to draw. Leading educators recognize Monart guided drawing as a teaching system that helps students to learn how to focus and concentrate, make decisions, solve problems, sequence and develop hand-eye coordination. In a non-competitive, peaceful environment students learn that drawing is a teachable subject in which anyone can learn to draw, and that there are no mistakes in art.
Students come to understand that in class there is no competition or comparisons, no right or wrong way to draw, and that you will learn from everything you draw, even if you don’t like the results. In addition to learning the skills of drawing, learning to draw has also been shown to have positive effects on children’s different learning styles…including their ability to focus, plan, and follow-through to completion.
With Monart guided drawing, every student has the opportunity to experience increased self esteem, creativity and confidence, and develop skills that are transferable to other areas of learning. At the Monart School of Art we strive to provide the very highest quality of art education. This is accomplished two-fold because of our patented method and our extremely qualified teachers.
With 10 locations in the area, the YMCA puts Christian principles into practice through programs that promote healthy lifestyles, strong families, and positive youth development to build healthy spirit, mind and body for all, regardless of ability to pay.
Thank you for your interest in Central Christian Academy (CCA) for your child’s education. As a ministry of Central Christian Church for more than 35 years, our mission is to partner with the local church and Christian families who desire both quality academics and a Christ-centered, biblically-based education for their children.
By the time a child graduates from high school, they will have spent more than 14,000 hours in a school setting being instructed and mentored by their teachers. Therefore, the choice you make regarding which school your children attends is one of critical importance, both from an academic point of view and, more importantly, in terms of spiritual development. As Jesus said, “… everyone who is fully trained will be like his/her teacher.” (Luke 6:40). The faculty and staff at CCA are carefully selected for their academic excellence and their Christ-like example.
Kumon is a structured, supplemental math and reading program which guides students from counting to calculus in the Math program and from learning letter sounds to reading high school-level literary text in the Reading program. Through individualized instruction, carefully planned by the instructor, students progress step-by-logical step through the program to build a solid grasp of math and reading while also building critical thinking skills and the mindset to learn new materials independently. Students complete daily assignments that take about 30-minutes per subject in two sessions per week at the Center and the other five days at home. Each worksheet teaches a lesson that’s one small step more advanced than the lesson before so students progress smoothly and gain confidence with each new success.
At Camp Invention, children invent, build, question, and discover. They experience real-world problem solving and creative thinking as they transform the terrain and ecosystem of a distant exoplanet, take risks as future entrepreneurs, blast rockets and rubber chickens, and wire a circuit to create their own Spy Gadget Alarm Box! Local educators lead a week of hands-on activities that fuel children’s 21st century skills.
Wednesday or Thursday 10-3
Early Bird $35
Birth to 18 months – $60.00 per month
18 months – school age
1st child – $48.00 per month
2nd child – $40.00 per month
3rd child – $40.00 per month
Practical Prep Tutors provides private tutoring for academic and personal growth. Our tutors strive to guide each student towards reaching his or her specific goals. The nurturing relationship between tutor and student allows each child to progress at his or her own pace while celebrating personal achievements.
Tinkergarten is on a mission to elevate childhood. We’re growing a technology-enabled network of leaders that bring families together in a natural place in their community for classes where kids learn through play. Each class becomes a tight-knit group of children and adults who learn together through well-designed, outdoor play-based activities. We help kids develop a host of important capabilities, including empathy, collaboration, creativity, persistence and problem solving. Our expert-designed classes and activities help kids ages 18 months—8 years develop core life skills while enjoying healthy, fun, engaging experiences in the physical freedom of local green spaces.
BEAN provides free developmental screenings, referrals, and resources. Monthly parenting classes offered throughout Butler County.
This seven-week, therapeutic day camp will utilize an award-winning comprehensive treatment tailored to each child’s behavioral, emotional and learning difficulties. Children will have the opportunity to build friendships, improve athletic skills and maintain academic skills through the summer.
Weekly, KU Wichita ADHD STP will have an evening meeting to provide tools to parents that will extend the gains from the program to the child’s natural environment. The sessions help parents work with their children to change unacceptable behavior while improving relationships with parents and siblings.
KS Dept of Ed is delaying implementation of the State Dyslexia Recommendations for screening accepted in November 2019. Kansas students will now wait even longer to get what science & The National Reading Panel shows works for literacy instruction for ALL students. If you have a child who is struggling to read, contact Fundamental Learning Center for a full assessment for dyslexia and other reading difficulties. It is an assessment that is more than a screening and more than a few minutes long. Our Dyslexia assessments are for children ages 5-18, last two hours and include evaluations of verbal, phonological, alphabet, reading, writing and spelling skills. We let you know why your child is struggling to learn and what the next steps can be to help. Contact Michelle at 316-440-1388 or by email at [email protected] to schedule your assessment today.