Enrichment classes are offered in our Middle School once a week. They are meant to enhance a student’s learning outside our curricular offerings. Enrichment classes, however typically extend beyond the subjects that are taught in schools and may include learning a foreign language, music, drama, art, or even sports. A big strength of enrichment classes is that they employ something called “stealth learning.” This means that students are engaged in activities that may not look like learning to them, but they actually are learning. For example, if you enroll your child in a cooking class, they may use math to calculate measurements and even chemistry for mixing ingredients. In addition, they may employ problem-solving and group-work skills.