Pegasus After-School Programs include classes that enrich and support students' passions and interests. A variety of classes are offered throughout the school year during three after-school sessions: fall, winter, and spring. Click here to view the 2022–2023 session calendar.

Classes for the winter session begin the week of January 17.

Click here to enroll your child in a class. Registration begins Sunday, December 11 at 5:00 p.m.
 
Course fees are set by individual instructors/vendors. Once registered, please make checks payable to the instructor/coach/business listed in the description, and drop them off at the school's front office. Alternatively, when available, use the link indicated to pay online directly to the instructor.
 
Detailed class descriptions for the winter session are listed below. Click here for the at-a-glance view of course times and instructors.

Winter 2022 Classes

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  • Acrobatic Yoga/Gymnastics (PK–5)

    Grades: Pre-K–2
    Begins 1/19/23, Ends 3/9/23
    Thursdays, 2:40–3:30 p.m. 
    Location: CMPR
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 15*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.
     
    Grades: Pre-K–2
    Begins 1/20/23, Ends 3/10/23
    Fridays, 2:40–3:30 p.m. 
    Location: CMPR
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 15*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.
     
    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/20/23, Ends 3/10/23
    Fridays, 3:10–4:20 p.m. 
    Location: CMPR
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 15*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.
     
    Instructor:  Miss Nathalie Kjellström, 949-877-9790, nyna_bk@yahoo.com
     
    Have you ever heard of Acrobatic Yoga?  It's a special form of partner-based acrobatics that combines gymnastics, dance, yoga, and circus. This unique form of movement promotes physical benefits such as strength, endurance, and flexibility but also many mental benefits such as focus, communication, learning to trust others and oneself. Join acrobatic yogi Nathalie, who has been practicing for over 6 years spreading acrobatic play all over the world. Expect lots of energy, fun, and team building games in a stimulating and friendly environment.
     
    Course fee:  $395
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office. Venmo, PayPal, and Zelle are also accepted — contact instructor for more details. 
    Make Checks Payable to: Nathalie Kjellström
     






  • Amazing Magic with School of Astonishment (3–5)

    Amazing Magic with School of Astonishment (3–5)
    School of Astonishment

    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/23/23, Ends 3/6/23
    Mondays, 3:10–4:30 p.m. 
    Location: M5
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 20*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Instructor: School of Astonishment, 833-YAY-KIDS (929-5437), info@schoolofastonishment.com

    This course has COMPLETELY DIFFERENT TRICKS THAN PREVIOUS COURSES. 

    These are NOT the tricks that your Uncle Bob did when he pulled a quarter out of your ear. You’ll learn real, professional magic tricks!

    You’ll learn the secrets of magic from a real magician, have fun with friends, and gain confidence! Experience new magic tricks in EVERY lesson that you can share right away with friends and family. In each class you’ll receive unique, high-quality props, a “Top Secret” file folder with games, jokes, puzzles, and more magic. You’ll even get your own personal key card that gives you online access to even more magic. At the end of the course, you’ll get the Discover Graduation Certificate and Exclusive Magic Wand. Extraordinary fun that makes great kids appear.

    Course fee:  $249 (includes $75.00 of materials)
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at the Pegasus School front office or online.
    Make Checks Payable to: School of Astonishment



  • Art Adventures with Mrs. Petralia (K–2)

    Art Adventures with Mrs. Petralia (K–2)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: K–2
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23
    Tuesdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: E28
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 20
     
    Instructor: Lindsay Petralia, The Pegasus School, 513-259-1290, lpetralia@thepegasusschool.org

    Calling all artists in Kindergarten through Second Grades!
    Come to the art room and create your own masterpieces! During this mixed-media class, we will explore a variety of art materials, including drawing, painting, pastel, textile art, and collage. Build both realistic drawing skills as well as imaginative and creative expression. Artwork from master and modern artists will also be introduced to use as inspiration. Projects will be designed to meet students' unique interests and to enhance their art classroom experience.

    Course fee: $350
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Lindsay Petralia




  • Canva Creations with Mrs. Yeager (3–5)

    Canva Creations with Mrs. Yeager (3–5)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/19/23, Ends 3/9/23 
    Thursdays, 3:00–4:00 p.m.
    Location: LS Tech Lab (S67) 
    Minimum students: 5
    Maximum students: 20

    Instructor: Corinne Yeager, The Pegasus School Technology Coach
    cyeager@thepegasusschool.org | 714-964-1224 x1134

    Calling all creatives! Each week, students will use Canva (an online graphic design tool) and the principles of design to create custom content for a variety of digital creations. Everything from cards and comic strips to menus, brochures, infographics, and more! Along the way students will explore critical graphic design skills like typography, branding, visual communication, ideation, and project management. By the end of the course, students will have their own personal portfolio of digital designs to share with the world! 

    Cost: $345
    Additional Registration Requirements: Bring your own device (Chromebook or MacBook). 
    Payment: Please drop off a check in the Pegasus School front office.
    Make checks payable to: Corinne Yeager
  • Chess for Beginners (K–2)

    Chess for Beginners (K–2)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: K–2
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23
    Tuesdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Extended Day/Snack); 3:00–3:45 p.m. (class)
    Location: C6
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 15
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Instructor:  Paige Kitching, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224,  kitching@thepegasusschool.org

    Let's play chess! Chess for beginners is an introductory class designed to teach students the fundamentals of chess. In this class, we will learn about the board, pieces, and the various moves each piece makes. Students will gain knowledge and skills and will have the chance to practice by playing against each other. 

    Course Fee: $325 
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Paige Kitching

  • CORE Multi-Sport Athletics (PK–4)

    CORE Multi-Sport Athletics (PK–4)
    CORE Athletic Training

    Grades: PK–4 — Mondays
    Begins 1/23/23, Ends 3/6/23
    Mondays, 2:40–4:00 p.m. (Grades PK–2), 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Grades 3–4)
    Location: Field near Grades 1–2 Playground
    Minimum Students: 12
    Maximum Students: 30*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Grades: PK–4 — Thursdays
    Begins 1/19/23, Ends 3/9/23
    Thursdays, 2:40–4:00 p.m. (Grades PK–2), 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Grades 3–4)
    Location: Field near Grades 1–2 Playground
    Minimum Students: 12
    Maximum Students: 30*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Instructor: Coach Brittney, Director of Program Development, CORE Upper Management, Contact: info@coreathletictraining.com, Note: If you would like to chat on the phone, then please email us asking to be contacted via phone, and we will be happy to set up a time.

    CORE Athletics raises the bar on after-school programs and takes your child’s physical education to the next level. These multi-sport classes provide the dose of activity kids need to stay strong and healthy throughout the school year while catering to the needs, experience level, age, and ability of all participants. Coaches use teaching moments to weave important life lessons such as good sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership, resilience, and appropriate peer interaction into every class.

    Course fee: Mondays — $240 (Grades PK–2); $180 (Grades 3–4)
                          Thursdays — $280 (Grades PK–2); $210 (Grades 3–4)

    Additional Registration Requirements: Please register through the school AND online https://core.campmanagement.com/p/campers/login_m.php (Note: In order to see the program on CORE Parent Dashboard, you must have Pegasus listed as school on your dashboard.)
    Payment: Please pay online during registration or by dropping off a check (made payable to CORE Athletic Training) at The Pegasus School front office before the first class meeting.
    Make Checks Payable to: CORE Athletic Training




  • Culinary Adventures Around the World with Ms. Kuolt and Ms. Shapiro (3–4)

    Culinary Adventures Around the World with Ms. Kuolt and Ms. Shapiro (3–4)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: 3–4
    Begins 1/19/23, Ends 3/9/23
    Thursdays, 3:00–4:15 p.m. 
    Location: Small Kitchen
    Minimum Students: 10
    Maximum Students: 25

    Instructor: Kelly Kuolt and Dani Shapiro, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, kkuolt@thepegasusschool.org, dshapiro@thepegasusschool.org

    Are you someone who enjoys creating in the kitchen? Do you like learning about new cultures and foods? Join Ms. Kuolt and Miss Shapiro for hands-on baking and cooking experiences using some ingredients that are widely known and others that might be new! Students will utilize their understanding of fractions and measurement to prep recipes, work together to cook or bake their creations, and taste what they have made during the sessions, finishing the session with a mini-cookbook of their own to try the recipes again at home! Students will also learn more about the ingredients, how they are farmed, where they are naturally grown, and how to find them locally. *Substitute ingredients will be provided for students with allergies. Please inform instructors of allergies when signing up to allow for planning and thoughtful accommodation to be made. 

    Course fee: $300 (materials included)
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at the Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Kelly Kuolt
  • Discovering Economics (3–5)

    Discovering Economics (3–5)
     
    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23
    Wednesdays, 3:10–4:30 p.m. 
    Location: D15
    Minimum Students: 2
    Maximum Students: 12*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.
     
    Instructor: Miss Nathalie Kjellström, 949-877-9790, nyna_bk@yahoo.com
     
    Children are economists too! A mix of math and logic, economics is the study of choices people make to be happy. We do this everyday when we decide which shirt to wear, which TV show to watch, and what to eat for lunch. In Discovering Economics, students will learn about the main economic principles through games, real-life examples, and team discussions. In doing so, students will better understand the world around them, how business is done, and how the economy functions. With a solid foundation of how the world works, children can apply the same reasoning skills to make better, more informed choices. Miss Nathalie has a cum laude BA in Economics and has taught Economics for over 20 years.

    Course fee
    : $445
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office. Venmo, PayPal, and Zelle are also accepted— contact instructor for more information.
    Make Checks Payable to: Nathalie Kjellström





  • Impact City Soccer (K–8)

    Impact City Soccer (K–8)
    Impact City FC

    Grades: K–2
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23
    Wednesdays, 2:40–4:20 p.m.
    Location: Field near Grades 1–2 Playground
    Minimum Students: 4
    Maximum Students: 25  
     
    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23
    Wednesdays, 3:10–4:20 p.m.
    Location: Field near Grades 1–2 Playground
    Minimum Students: 4
    Maximum Students: 25  
     
    Grades: 6–8
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23
    Wednesdays, 3:20–4:20 p.m.
    Location: Field near Grades 1–2 Playground
    Minimum Students: 4
    Maximum Students: 25 
     
    Instructor: Impact City Director of Coaching Armando Rocha and Coaching Staff; 714-855-8766, arocha@impactcityfc.com
     
    Impact City FC after-school soccer program is designed to instill character, confidence, and an active lifestyle in kids grades K–5. Each week we have a character trait. The character lessons are adapted from a publication called Heart of a Champion. Each coach shares the character trait, example athlete story, questions, and answers with the players. Every participant receives high quality soccer instruction from former pro and collegiate players, a FREE t-shirt, AND a chance to earn PRIZES! Each week teaches a new skill and will be filled with fun activities, character lessons, and mini soccer games.

    Cost: PK–2 $275 (includes all materials)
              3–5  $265 (includes all materials)
              7–8  $250 (includes all materials)
    Additional Registration Requirements: Click here to register and pay online.
    Payment: Payment online ONLY
  • Introduction to French (PK–2)

    Introduction to French (PK–2)

    Grades: PK–2 — Mondays
    Begins 1/23/23, Ends 3/6/23
    Mondays, 2:40–3:30 p.m. 
    Location: C9
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 12*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Grades: PK–2 — Tuesdays
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23
    Tuesdays, 2:40–3:30 p.m. 
    Location: TBD
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 12*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Instructor: Mademoiselle Nathalie Kjellström, 949-877-9790, nyna_bk@yahoo.com

    The benefits of being exposed to a foreign language at a young age are tremendous and long-lasting, reaching beyond linguistics to improvement of cognitive functions, higher academic achievement, and cultural enrichment to name just a few.
    Discover French with Mademoiselle Nathalie, a native speaker who will tailor each class to the students’ needs and interests. Expect lots of interactive group games, hands-on creative projects, songs, and kinesthetic activities! We will learn French the fun way with material that is specific to each student. Additional take home material will be provided to those who want extra practice.
    Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Merci beaucoup!

    Course fee: $395 
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office. Venmo, PayPal, and Zelle are also accepted — contact instructor for more details. 
    Make Checks Payable to: Nathalie Kjellströ

  • Introduction to German (3–5)

    Introduction to German (3–5)
     
    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23
    Tuesdays, 3:00–3:40 (Extended Day),  3:40–4:40 p.m. (Class)
    Location: TBD
    Minimum Students: 2
    Maximum Students: 12*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.
     
    Instructor: Fräulein Nathalie Kjellström, 949-877-9790, nyna_bk@yahoo.com
     
    The benefits of being exposed to a foreign language at a young age are tremendous and long-lasting, reaching beyond linguistics to improvement of cognitive functions, higher academic achievement, and cultural enrichment to name just a few.
    Discover German with Fräulein Nathalie, who has been studying German for over 20 years. The classes are tailored to the students’ needs and interests. Expect lots of interactive group games, hands-on creative projects, songs, and kinesthetic activities! We will learn German the fun way with material that is specific to each student. Additional take home material will be provided to those who want extra practice.
    Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Danke schön!

    Course fee: $495
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office. Venmo, PayPal, and Zelle are also accepted — contact instructor for more information.
    Make Checks Payable to: Nathalie Kjellström

  • LEGO Connections with Mrs. Petreszyn (K–3)

    LEGO Connections with Mrs. Petreszyn (K–3)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: K–3
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23 
    Wednesdays, 2:40–3:15 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:15–4:15 p.m. (Class)
    Location: D-13
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 15

    Instructor: Katilyn Petreszyn, Pegasus School, 714-386-9507, kpetreszyn@thepegasusschool.org

    In this class, Legos will be used to build connections with peers as well as create various functional keepsakes. There will be a strong emphasis on problem-solving and teamwork. Students can expect to have fun designing and building their creations while also making new friends along the way. Come make some new connections!

    Course fee:  $280
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office or Venmo @katilyn-petreszyn.
    Make Checks Payable to: Katilyn Petreszyn


  • Mathletes Wanted: Noetic Math Competition with Mrs. Gorsage and Mrs. Vermeeren!

    Mathletes Wanted: Noetic Math Competition with Mrs. Gorsage and Mrs. Vermeeren!
    The Pegasus School
     
    Grades: 1-2
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23 (with bonus session on 4/19/2023)
    Wednesdays,  2:40–3:15 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:15–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: PCC-24
    Minimum Students: 10
    Maximum Students: 22*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Instructor: Keri Gorsage and Shannon Vermeeren, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, kgorsage@thepegasusschool.org, svermeeren@thepegasusschool.org

    This engaging math class is perfect for students with an interest in math, those who want to develop strong problem-solving skills, and those looking for a challenge. Each session will focus on critical thinking strategies for new math concepts in preparation for a national problem-solving math competition administered online by Noetic Learning in April. Students wishing to participate in the April contest will need to attend a bonus session on Wednesday, April 19, 2023. Participation in the contest is not a requirement for this winter session. This class is designed to challenge students and to enrich their math and problem-solving studies. Come join us on this fun and exciting math adventure! 
     
    Cost: $375 (includes all materials and contest registration fee) 
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office
    Make Checks Payable to: Keri Gorsage
  • Moot Court Club (7–8)

    Moot Court Club (7–8)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: 7–8
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23 
    Tuesdays, 3:15–4:15 p.m.. 
    Location: S61
    Minimum Students: 8
    Maximum Students: 16*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.
     
    Instructor:  Laura Cavener, 714-964-1224, lcavener@thepegasusschool.org
     
    Do you love to debate? Are you interested in law? Join the Moot Court Club! We are joining The Constitutional Rights Foundation Orange County (CRF-OC) to provide an interactive civic and law-related educational debate experience. Moot court is the simulation of an appellate argument where two-person teams compete in front of a judge. We will begin the session by learning the structure of the U.S. court system. We will then provide a set of facts pertaining to the admission of evidence in a criminal case to prepare for an in-house competition at the end of the session. During the competition, students will present arguments as to why the Court should resolve the issue in their favor. The judge will ask questions and grade students on the basis of their knowledge of the case, their response to questioning, their forensic skills, and their demeanor. The top two teams from the preliminary competition will be invited to sign up for the spring session of Moot Court Club to prepare for, and participate in, CRF-OC’s countywide competition on April 25 and May 2, 2023.
     
    Course fee: $400
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office. 
    Make Checks Payable to: Laura Cavener


  • Ms. Conti’s Nature Class (K–5)

    Ms. Conti’s Nature Class (K–5)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: K–5
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23
    Wednesdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: Kinder Garden
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 12

    Instructor:  Pam Conti, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, pconti@thepegasusschool.org

    Students will engage in science and nature exploration through hands-on learning in the Kinder Garden and surrounding area. We will make new discoveries of the natural world, study local flora and fauna using field guides, binoculars, microscopes, and more. We will also spend time caring for the Kinder Garden, learning organic gardening techniques, and building our science knowledge while laughing, playing, and having fun in nature. *Please bring an afternoon snack and refillable water bottle each day.

    Course Fee: $350 (materials included)
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Pam Conti


  • Pickleball (2–5)

    Pickleball (2–5)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: 2–5
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23
    Wednesdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: Pickleball Courts
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 12

    Instructor:  Jennifer Wheeler, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, jwheeler@thepegasusschool.org

    Pickleball is all the craze right now! Come work on paddle skills, hand-eye coordination, and teamwork. Students will also learn the rules and how to keep score. Pickleball is a great activity to play with friends and family!

    Course fee: $350
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Jennifer Wheeler
  • Publish with Purpose (3–5)

    Publish with Purpose (3–5)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/23/23, Ends 3/6/23  
    Mondays, 3:00–4:00 p.m.
    Location: D-13
    Minimum Students: 4
    Maximum Students: 6

    Instructor: Kaitlyn Petreszyn, Pegasus School, 714-386-9507, kpetreszyn@thepegasusschool.org

    This individualized writing course is designed to follow each student's unique interests and passions with the goal of publishing their own book! We will focus on various genres and writing techniques that will be adapted to support the needs of the class. Students will work towards creating their manuscript and sending it off to the publisher on or before our last class. Included in the course fee, each child will receive one copy of their published work in the format of a hardcover book. Additional copies may be purchased separately. Note: It will take around six weeks to receive the published books.

    Course fee: $350
    Additional Registration Requirements: Students will need to bring their own devices.
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office or Venmo @katilyn-petreszyn.
    Make Checks Payable to: Katilyn Petreszyn
     
     
  • Reading, Measure, Math and MORE (3–5)

    Reading, Measure, Math and MORE (3–5)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/23/23, Ends 3/6/23  
    Mondays, 3:30–4:30 p.m.
    Location: MS39
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 15


    Instructor:  Jil Llewellyn, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, jlllewellyn@thepegasusschool.org
     
    Each week we will be reading a book that focuses on various types of measurement using different math manipulatives (tools like rulers, measuring tape, beakers, measuring spoons, compasses, and more!). After our story time, students will be engaged with fabulous hands-on activities and challenges!
     
    Course fee:  $300
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office or Venmo (@jllewe). 
    Make Checks Payable to: Jil Llewellyn
  • Rockin’ Readers (K–1)

    Rockin’ Readers (K–1)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: K–1
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23
    Tuesdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: E30
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 15

    Instructor: Michelle Carr, mcarr@thepegasusschool.org, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224

    This after-school experience will be fun and interactive. It will be a great way to motivate kids to read, get them talking about books, and have them share ideas and perspectives. Using my 26 years as a reading specialist, I will challenge students to think about what is being read through open ended questions and activities. The reading process will be taught through a variety of formats like cooking, art, games, joke books or science projects. Find the fun in reading even if you aren't fluent as of yet!

    Course Fee: $425 (materials included)
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment:  Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office
    Make Checks Payable to: Michelle Carr
  • Serious About Science (K-3)

    Serious About Science (K-3)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: K–3 — Wednesdays
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23
    Wednesdays, 2:40-3:00 p.m. (Snack), 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: Lower School Science Lab, Room S64
    Minimum Students: 10
    Maximum Students: 22*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Grades: K–3 — Thursdays
    Begins 1/19/23, Ends 3/9/23
    Thursdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Snack), 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: Lower School Science Lab, Room S64
    Minimum Students: 10
    Maximum Students: 22*
    *Waitlist will be utilized.

    Instructor:  Johna Bogue, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, jbogue@thepegasusschool.org

    The Serious About Science (SAS) lab with Mrs. Johna Bogue provides hands-on science activities that will instill inquiry, collaboration, critical thinking skills, and capture students’ attention using the scientific method. Students will engage in mesmerizing lessons that will blow their minds and enrich their current classroom experience. Each session is completely original, new, and has exciting lessons. Be ready to have fun and explore seeing the world in a whole new light!

    Course fee: $400
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Johna Bogue
  • Speech & Debate Club with Mrs. Cavener (5)

    Speech & Debate Club with Mrs. Cavener (5)
    The Pegasus School

    Grade: 5
    Begins 1/19/23, Ends 3/9/23 
    Thursdays, 3:20–5:30 p.m. 
    Location: S61
    Minimum Students: 6
    Maximum Students: 15

    Instructor: Laura Cavener, The Pegasus School 714-964-1224, lcavener@thepegasusschool.org
     
    Would you like to sharpen your research and public speaking skills in a fun and engaging way? In Speech and Debate, students will write, organize, prepare, and deliver speeches. Students will learn how to actively persuade, inspire, inform, and engage an audience through the art of public speaking. Students will also learn the art of impromptu and extemporaneous speaking. Finally, students will investigate interesting topics and learn to argue their points effectively through the MSPDP debate format, the same style practiced by the Pegasus Middle School debate team. Skills learned are useful in debate but also help in other subjects. Plus, it's fun!

    Course fee: $325
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office. 
    Make Checks Payable to: Laura Cavener
  • Storybook Artist (K–1)

    Storybook Artist
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: K–1
    Begins 1/18/23, Ends 3/8/23 
    Wednesdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: C6
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 12
     
    Instructor: Nicole Marino, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224 nmarino@thepegasusschool.org
     
    In each session a story will be read by Mrs. Marino. We will then work together to draw their favorite characters from those books. The step-by-step instructions in class will teach the students valuable lessons in how to draw, and give them the tools to begin to draw their very own characters. Students will leave the class with a love of picture books, and as confident picture book artists. Let the fun begin!
     

    Course Fee: $300 
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payments: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Nicole Marino
  • The Wonders of Words with Mrs. Yamasaki (K–2)

    The Wonders of Words with Mrs. Yamasaki (K–2)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: K–2
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23
    Tuesdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Snack), 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class) 
    Location: S65
    Minimum Students: 6
    Maximum Students: 16

    Instructor: Lisa Yamasaki, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, lyamasaki@thepegasusschool.org

    Do you like to talk, write stories, and play games with your friends? All of these activities require words! Increase your vocabulary while playing games and learning about the parts of speech. We will practice and improve writing skills, create a thesaurus, learn how to look up new words, how to use them, and become authors of our own book. The knowledge of words and word usage will help you succeed both now and in years to come. Please join me as we explore and play in the wonderful world of words!

    Course fee: $350 (materials included)
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at the Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Lisa Yamasaki
  • Using Desmos for Digital Math Activities (3–5)

    Using Desmos for Digital Math Activities (3–5)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: 3–5
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23  
    Tuesdays, 3:00–3:30 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:30–4:30 p.m. (Class)
    Location: MS39
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 15

    Instructor:  Jil Llewellyn, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, jlllewellyn@thepegasusschool.org
     
    Desmos is an online teaching tool whose mission is to help students learn math and love learning math! In this class, we will use Desmos’ digital platform to learn math through playful exploration, games, activities, and engaging lessons.
     
    Course fee: $300
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office or Venmo (@jllewe). 
    Make Checks Payable to: Jil Llewellyn
  • WEBBY Dance (PK–2)

    WEBBY Dance (PK–2)
    WEBBY Dance Company

    Grades: PK–2
    Begins 1/23/23, Ends 3/6/23
    Mondays, 2:40–3:20 p.m.
    Location: E31
    Minimum Students: 8
    Maximum Students: 24
     
    Instructor: Becky Webber, WEBBY Dance Company, 562-277-0385, bweber@webbydancecompany.com

    WEBBY Dance Company instructors bring a new and exciting class plan each week to your school. Your child will experience hip hop and basic jazz techniques. We warm up, stretch, work center floor, and learn fun steps across the floor. The favorite part of each class is the new routine and fun finish. While dancing to all of their favorite songs, we incorporate props for an action packed class!

    Course fee: $150
    Additional Registration Requirements: Please register through the school AND online at: 
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office or pay online.
    Make Checks Payable to: WEBBY Dance Company
  • Yoga and Mindfulness with Coach Wheeler (PK–2)

    Yoga and Mindfulness with Coach Wheeler (PK–2)
    The Pegasus School

    Grades: Pre-K–2
    Begins 1/17/23, Ends 3/7/23
    Tuesdays, 2:40–3:00 p.m. (Extended Day) 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Class)
    Location: CMPR
    Minimum Students: 5
    Maximum Students: 12

    Instructor:  Jennifer Wheeler, The Pegasus School, 714-964-1224, jwheeler@thepegasusschool.org

    Students will strengthen their body through basic and challenging yoga poses, practice partner and group poses, and play fun yoga games. They will also learn mindfulness activities and useful breathing exercises. Science has proven that practicing mindfulness improves children's learning abilities, emotional well-being, and happiness.

    Course fee: $350
    Additional Registration Requirements: None
    Payment: Please drop off a check at The Pegasus School front office.
    Make Checks Payable to: Jennifer Wheeler

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The Pegasus School

19692 Lexington Lane, Huntington Beach, CA 92646
Tel: 714-964-1224 |  Fax: 714- 962-6047
info@thepegasusschool.org
The Pegasus School is a coed, non-profit, nonsectarian day school in Huntington Beach, California, that serves students in pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8. A Pegasus education equips bright, motivated students to achieve future academic success and make a positive impact on society.