Classes & Programs

From art and sports to martial arts and music, the Club is brimming with programs and activities to entertain, challenge, inspire and excite younger Members.

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Active Kids Fit (Spring)

Get moving. Stay healthy. Have fun.

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Aikido for Kids (Spring)

Young students learn the essentials behind this traditional Japanese martial art.

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Ballet & Pre-Ballet (Spring)

Move your feet to the basics of ballet.

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Essential Ballet for Kids (Spring)

Essential Ballet focuses on the foundations of classical ballet, including basic steps, posture and the terminology of this elegant and graceful art.

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Fencing: Saber (Spring)

Students of the Beginner and Intermediate program will be introduced to the foundations of fencing at an easy pace.

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I Can Tumbling (Spring)

Students in this mixed-ability class learn basic tumbling skills.

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Judo (Spring)

Students learn the history, rules and code of conduct of judo; such techniques as throwing, holding, choking and joint locking.

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Junior Golf (Spring)

Youngsters enjoy hands-on instruction on the basics of golf, from driving to putting.

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Karate For Kids (Spring)

Students learn the fundamentals of gojuryu karate, a martial art focused on circular blocks, joint locks and kicks.

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Kids’ Hip-Hop (Spring)

Students learn the fundamentals of hip-hop dance, including choreography and teamwork.

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Kids’ Self-Defense: Imi Krav Maga (Spring)

This course teaches children basic coordination, balance and self-defense moves alongside proper rolling, falling and running techniques.

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Learn to Swim Level 1: Session 2 (Mar 22–May 27)

These programs are designed for beginners ages four to five who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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Learn to Swim Level 2: Session 2 (Mar 22–May 27)

These programs are designed for beginners ages five to seven who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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Learn to Swim Level 3: Session 2 (Mar 22–May 27)

These programs are designed for beginners ages five to seven who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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Little Samurai: Iaido (Spring)

Studied by samurai warriors, iaido is a martial art that focuses on the art of swiftly and silently drawing a sword and attacking an opponent.

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Private Swim Lesson: Session 2 (Mar 22–May 30)

Swimmers of all levels can take advantage of dedicated pool time with an expert coach to learn the basics.

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Quickstart Tennis (Spring)

This program is an entry-level introduction to tennis for young players from age 3.

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Stunt Choreography (Spring)

Studying stunt choreography provides all the benefits of martial arts, dance and acting.

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Swim Team Competitive Development Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 4)

The Competitive Swimming Program is designed to improve technique and fitness through more intense training regimes.

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Swim Team Intermediate Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 3)

The Competitive Swimming Program is designed to improve technique and fitness through more intense training regimes.

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Swim Team Junior Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 3)

The Competitive Swimming Program is designed to improve technique and fitness through more intense training regimes.

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Swim Team Level 4 Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 3)

These programs are designed for beginners ages five to seven who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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Swim Team Level 5 Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 3)

These programs are designed for beginners ages five to seven who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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TAC Eagles Basketball (Spring)

The program focuses on player development, building life skills and an appreciation for basketball.

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Taekwondo For Kids (Spring)

Students will learn all the skills necessary for rank advancement and excellence in Taekwondo.

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Youth Basketball (Spring)

Students learn basketball fundamentals while enjoying the opportunity to compete in game situations.

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Youth Cheer Dance (Spring)

Budding cheerleaders learn the latest dance routines during this weekly class taught by coach Iku Ejiri-Hori, a cheerleading expert, with 10 years’ experience producing halftime shows for NFL games in Japan.

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Youth Volleyball (Spring)

Volleyball is a rewarding, non-contact sport for players who know the basic skills of serving, passing and hitting.

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