Enrichment Programs

Arts

Arts Enrichment Programs

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  • After School Art: Pre-K3 and Pre-K4, Mondays 3-4pm

    Meets on Mondays from 3 - 4pm in the Art/Science classroom in Ford Hall
    Offered to students in Pre-K3 and Pre-K4
    Instructor: Nicole Robinson
    $300 for the semester
    Students in the Kinder Art this semester will do in-depth color studies and color mixing. We'll discover the seven elements of art, and will do our own recreations of several artists' work in different genres. It's going to be so much fun!
  • After School Art: K and 1st, Tuesdays or Thursdays, 3-4pm

    Meets one day/week - choose Tuesdays or Thursdays - from 3 - 4pm in the Art/Science classroom in Ford Hall
    Offered to students in K and 1st grade
    Instructor: Nicole Robinson
    $300 for the semester
    Students in the Kinder Art this semester will do in-depth color studies and color mixing. We'll work on the seven elements of art, and will dig into art history and do our own recreations of several artists' work in different genres. It's going to be so much fun!
  • The Art Lab with Ginger Williams Cook: 2nd-4th, Wednesdays 3-4pm

    Meets Wednesdays from 3 - 4pm.
    Location: Lower School Art Studio.
    Offered to grades 2 - 4.
    $350 for the semester.
    Taught by Ginger Williams Cook.

    The Art Lab sessions will offer experimental and traditional art techniques geared to build confidence in your budding artist. We will sharpen our drawing skills and focus on crafting new ways to approach visual problem solving.
  • Art Through Expression: 5th-8th, Tuesdays 4:10-5:10, North Campus

    Meets on Tuesdays from 4:10 - 5:10 pm
    Location: NORTH CAMPUS
    $350 for the semester
    Offered to grades 5 - 8
    Instructor: Emmy Sprayberry

    Students will explore art and design through various projects focused on expressionist drawing and painting. Students will learn responsive and intuitive art practices while exploring the various elements of line, shape, and color.

    Through the hands on process of expressionist art , students will create works of art that reflect their voice and how they see the world.
  • Ballet: 1st-2nd - expand for information on days and times

    1st and 2nd grade Ballet meets Thursdays from 3pm - 4pm.
    Location: Dance Studio in Ford Hall
    Offered to 1st and 2nd grades
    $325 for one day/week for the semester. $425 for two days/week for the semester.

    The Ballet Program at St. Andrew's was established thirty years ago by Lisa Howell. This is an amazing, small and intimate program that your dancer is sure to love!

    The 1st and 2nd grade primary class is on Thursdays, from 3 - 4pm. 1st and 2nd grade students may attend a second class on Tuesdays for an additional $100 per semester.

    Nutcracker Performance: All ballet students participate in the Nutcracker. The performance is Tuesday, November 12, 2019 on the lower school stage at 5:30pm for family and friends.

    There will be a special rehearsal the afternoon of Monday November 11, from 4 - 5:45pm. 

    Uniforms are available at Jazzy Dancer. During class, 1st grade girls wear a Body Wrappers Prowear short sleeve chiffon skirted pink leotard with attached skirt, #BWP191, pink ballet shoes, white socks and character shoes. 2nd grade girls wear a Body Wrappers Prowear short sleeve chiffon skirted light blue leotard with attached skirt, #BWP191, pink ballet shoes, white socks and character shoes. 1st and 2nd grade boys wear a white t-shirt with black or navy shorts and black ballet shoes with white socks.

    If you'd like to contact Mrs. Howell directly, her number is 601-573-9912.
  • Ballet: 3rd-4th - expand for information on days and times

    3rd and 4th grade Ballet meets Tuesdays from 3pm - 4pm.
    Location: Dance Studio in Ford Hall
    Offered to 3rd and 4th grades
    $325 for one day/week for the semester. $425 for two days/week for the semester.

    The Ballet Program at St. Andrew's was established over thirty years ago by Lisa Howell. This is an amazing, small and intimate program that your dancer is sure to love!

    The 3rd and 4th grade primary class is on Tuesdays, from 3 - 4pm. 3rd and 4th grade students may attend a second class on Mondays from 4:10 - 5:30pm for an additional $100 per semester.
    Nutcracker Performance: All ballet students participate in the Nutcracker. The performance is Tuesday, November 12, 2019 on the lower school stage at 5:30pm for family and friends.

    There will be a special rehearsal the afternoon of Monday November 11, from 4 - 5:45pm. 

    Uniforms are available at Jazzy Dancer. During class, 3rd and 4th grade girls wear a Body Wrappers Prowear camisole ballet cut leotard, #024 for children's sizes or #224 for adult sizes. Students may choose the leotard color. Pink ballet shoes, pink tights, and character shoes are also required. 3rd and 4th grade boys wear a white t-shirt with black or navy shorts, black ballet shoes, black jazz shoes (for character dance), and white socks.

    If you'd like to contact Mrs. Howell directly, her number is 601-573-9912.
  • Ballet: 5th-12th - expand for information on days and times

    5th through 12th grade Ballet meets various days throughout the week, from 4:10 - 5:30pm
    Location: Dance Studio in Ford Hall on the South Campus.
    Offered to 5th through 12th grades
    $325 for one day/week for the semester. $425 for two days/week for the semester.

    The Ballet Program at St. Andrew's was established thirty years ago by Lisa Howell. This is an amazing, small and intimate program that your dancer is sure to love!

    Class information: Monday 4:10 - 5:30pm - this class is for middle school students.
    Tuesday 4:10 - 5:30pm - this class is for upper school students.
    Wednesday 4:10 - 5:30pm - this class is for middle and upper school students.
    Thursday 4:10 - 5:30pm - this class is for middle and upper school students.

    Nutcracker Performance: All ballet students participate in the Nutcracker. The performance is Tuesday, November 12, 2019 on the lower school stage at 5:30pm for family and friends.

    There will be a special rehearsal the afternoon of Monday November 11, from 4 - 5:45pm. 


    Uniforms are available at Jazzy Dancer. Uniform for girls: Leotard (student's choice), pink or flesh tone tights, pink or flesh tone ballet shoes, black character shoes. Pointe shoes, with permission from Lisa Howell. To be eligible for pointe work, students must attend a minimum of two days a week, preferably three days a week, during the year prior to beginning pointe work and a minimum of two days a week, preferably three days a week, to continue pointe work. They must also possess physical maturity, strength and technique required to safely begin pointe work.

    Boys wear a white t-shirt, black athletic pants, black or flesh tone ballet shoes and black jazz shoes for character dance.


    If you'd like to contact Mrs. Howell directly, her number is 601-573-9912.
  • Ballet: Kindergarten - expand for information on days and times

    Kindergarten Ballet meets Fridays from 3pm - 4pm.
    Location: Dance Studio in Ford Hall
    Offered to Kindergarten
    $325 for one day/week for the semester. $425 for two days/week for the semester.

    The Ballet Program at St. Andrew's was established thirty years ago by Lisa Howell. This is an amazing, small and intimate program that your young dancer is sure to love!

    The K primary class is on Fridays, from 3 - 4pm. K students may attend a second class with 1st and 2nd grade students on Thursdays for an additional $100 per semester.

    After School Care is always free for the time BEFORE an enrichment class.<

    Nutcracker Performance: All ballet students participate in the Nutcracker. The performance is Tuesday, November 12, 2019 on the lower school stage at 5:30pm for family and friends.

    There will be a special rehearsal the afternoon of Monday November 11, from 4 - 5:45pm.

    During class, K students wear a simple uniform, available at Jazzy Dancer. K girls wear a Body Wrappers Prowear short sleeve chiffon skirted pink leotard with attached skirt, #BWP191, pink ballet shoes and white socks. Boys in Pre-K wear their school uniform with black ballet shoes and white socks.

    If you'd like to contact Mrs. Howell directly, her number is 601-573-9912.
  • Ballet: Pre-K3 - expand for information on days and times

    Pre-K3 Ballet meets Mondays from 3pm - 4pm.
    Location: Dance Studio in Ford Hall
    Offered to Pre-K3
    $325 for one day/week for the semester. $425 for two days/week for the semester

    The Ballet Program at St. Andrew's was established over thirty years ago by Lisa Howell. This is an amazing, small and intimate program that your young dancer is sure to love!

    The Pre-K3 primary class is on Mondays, from 3 - 4pm. Pre-K3 students may attend a second class with Pre-K4 on Wednesdays for an additional $100 per semester.

    Nutcracker Performance: All ballet students participate in the Nutcracker. The performance is Tuesday, November 12, 2019 on the lower school stage at 5:30pm for family and friends.

    There will be a special rehearsal the afternoon of Monday November 11, from 4 - 5:45pm.

    After School Care is always free for the time BEFORE an enrichment class.

    During class, Pre-K3 students wear their school uniform with pink ballet shoes for girls and black ballet shoes for boys. Pre-K3 ballet students do not wear leotards or other costumes during their weekly classes. 

    If you'd like to contact Mrs. Howell directly, her number is 601-573-9912.
  • Ballet: Pre-K4 - expand for information on days and times

    Meets Wednesdays from 3pm - 4pm
    Location: Dance Studio in Ford Hall
    Offered to Pre-K4
    $325 for one day/week for the semester
    $425 for two days/week for the semester

    The Ballet Program at St. Andrew's was established over thirty years ago by Lisa Howell. This is an amazing, small and intimate program that your young dancer is sure to love!

    The Pre-K4 primary class is on Wednesdays, from 3 - 4pm. Pre-K4 students may attend a second class with K students on Fridays for an additional $100 per semester. 

    Nutcracker Performance: All ballet students participate in the Nutcracker. The performance is Tuesday, November 12, 2019 on the lower school stage at 5:30pm for family and friends.

    There will be a special rehearsal the afternoon of Monday November 11, from 4 - 5:45pm.

    After School Care is always free for the time BEFORE an enrichment class.

    During class, Pre-K4 and K students wear a simple uniform, available at Jazzy Dancer. Pre-K4 and K girls wear a Body Wrappers Prowear short sleeve chiffon skirted pink leotard with attached skirt, #BWP191, pink ballet shoes and white socks. Boys in Pre-K4 and K wear their school uniform with black ballet shoes and white socks.

    If you'd like to contact Mrs. Howell directly, her number is 601-573-9912.
  • Beginning Harmonica: 1st-4th, Mondays 3:30-4:30, 4-week course

    Meets for four weeks starting October 28 (10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18) from 3:30 - 4:30.
    Location: South Campus
    Offered to 1st - 4th grades
    $100 for the class
    Must bring your own harmonica in the key of C

    Ever wanted to learn to play the harmonica? The humble "harp" has become an integral part of many genres of contemporary music, from blues to rock, bluegrass to jazz. Whether you want to play songs around the campfire or trade licks with a blues band, now's your chance to get started with an instructional course from one of today's top rising professional players, right here in Jackson. In this beginner’s class, you will learn the rudiments of playing single notes, the differences between melodic and blues playing, the technique of bending notes, and basic songs and phrases.

    Scott Albert Johnson (a St. Andrew's staff member) was a featured guest artist with the Boston Pops in May 2017. He recently was named one of the ""Hot 100 Harmonica Players"" worldwide by the Harmonica Company, a top UK-based harmonica retailer and website. He has shared the stage with such musical legends as Marty Stuart, James Burton, Dorothy Moore, China Forbes (of Pink Martini), and Mike Mills (of R.E.M.).

    Scott won a Performing Arts Fellowship from the Mississippi Arts Commission for 2013-2014. He has taught a similar Beginning Harmonica class through Millsaps College for ten years.

    Read more at www.scottalbertjohnson.com.
  • Beginning Harmonica: 5th-12th, Tuesdays 3:30-4:30, 4-week course

    Meets Tuesdays from 3:30 - 4:30 for four weeks starting October 8.
    (10/8, 10/22, 10/29, 11/5; NOTE: no class on 10/15)
    Location: North Campus
    Offered to 5th - 12th grades
    $100 for the class
    Must bring your own harmonica in the key of C

    Ever wanted to learn to play the harmonica? The humble "harp" has become an integral part of many genres of contemporary music, from blues to rock, bluegrass to jazz. Whether you want to play songs around the campfire or trade licks with a blues band, now's your chance to get started with an instructional course from one of today's top rising professional players, right here in Jackson. In this beginner’s class, you will learn the rudiments of playing single notes, the differences between melodic and blues playing, the technique of bending notes, and basic songs and phrases.

    Scott Albert Johnson (a St. Andrew's staff member) was a featured guest artist with the Boston Pops in May 2017. He recently was named one of the ""Hot 100 Harmonica Players"" worldwide by the Harmonica Company, a top UK-based harmonica retailer and website. He has shared the stage with such musical legends as Marty Stuart, James Burton, Dorothy Moore, China Forbes (of Pink Martini), and Mike Mills (of R.E.M.).

    Scott won a Performing Arts Fellowship from the Mississippi Arts Commission for 2013-2014. He has taught a similar Beginning Harmonica class through Millsaps College for ten years.

    Read more at www.scottalbertjohnson.com.
  • Drama Kids: 1st-4th, Wednesdays 3:00-4:00pm

    Meets Wednesdays from 3 - 4pm.
    Location: Lower School
    Offered to grades 1 - 4.
    $300 for the semester.

    Drama Kids helps develop important life skills through drama! Our program helps to give kids the confidence to be participants in all aspects of their lives, able to ask questions, seek answers and share information with others. Children who mix well with others find it easier to make friends and adjust to new situations. Our fall semester classes focus on development and acting skills, while our spring classes continue building those skills as we rehearse for our Spring Performance!
  • Guitar Workshop: 5th-8th, Mondays 4:00-4:45pm, North Campus

    Meets Mondays on the NORTH CAMPUS from 4-4:45pm.
    Offered to grades 5 through 8.
    Tuition is $300 for the semester.
    Instructor: Maureen McGuire

    This is a series of classes for beginning players to learn how to strum chords of familiar songs and to play melodies of simple songs. Workshop will include some basic elements of music and music games. Participants need to bring a guitar, capo, tuner and pick to class.
  • Hip Hop Dance: K-4th, Mondays 3:00-4:00 pm

    Meets Mondays from 3:00 - 4:00 pm on the South Campus
    Offered to grades K - 4th
    $300 for the semester
    Instructor: Britney Wolfe

    This class combines technique and fun, upbeat music and choreography (with no suggestive lyrics/movements) to develop the dancers’ coordination, rhythm, flexibility, and self-expression.
  • Intro to Photography: 5th-9th, Thursdays 4:10-5:10pm, North Campus

    Meets Mondays from 4:10 - 5:10 pm on the North Campus.
    Offered to grades 5th - 8th
    $325 for the semester (does not include equipment)
    Instructor: Emmi Sprayberry

    Students will be introduced to and learn the basics that make up photography. Students will learn how to relate to the world around them through the lens of a camera. Students will also learn the basics of editing via photoshop and how to create unique pieces that reflect their artistic voice. Tuition does not include equipment
  • Music for Aardvarks: Pre-K3-K, Tuesdays or Thursdays 2:45-3:30pm

    One day per week - choose Tuesdays or Thursdays - from 2:45 - 3:30pm
    Location: Early Childhood Center.
    Offered to Pre-K3, Pre-K4, and K 
    $285 for the semester.
    Taught by Katie Hathcock
    Your child can always drop into ASC before their class for no additional charge.

    Music for Aardvarks is an introductory music class designed specifically for little kiddos. Song, dance, and rhythm combine for a rockin' good time. It's a foot stomping, jingle shaking, drum drumming, hullabaloo for kids in early childhood!
  • St. Andrew's Cathedral Children's Choir: 1st-4th, Tuesdays 3:30-4:30

    Meets Tuesdays from 3:30 - 4:30 pm
    Location: Lower School
    Offered to grades 1st - 4th
    $75 for the semester
    Taught by Jessica Nelson

    St. Andrew's Cathedral Children's Choir will meet weekly in the Lower School Chapel for rehearsal. The Cathedral Children's Choir provides age-appropriate musical instruction and faith formation, drawing on the depth and breadth of music-making in the Anglican tradition. This ensemble is open to all students of all faith traditions, not just Episcopalians or members of St. Andrew's Cathedral. We anticipate singing occasional Sunday morning services at St. Andrew's Cathedral, as well as for Lower School Chapel.

    This ensemble is led by St. Andrew's Cathedral Organist and Choirmaster Jessica Nelson, who holds degrees in music and liturgy from Millsaps College and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary. Jessica has considerable experience working with children's choirs and is a published composer of choral music, including works for children's choir. Prior to her appointment at St. Andrew's Cathedral, she served churches in Mississippi and Alabama, and taught on the faculties of the University of North Alabama and Northeast Mississippi Community College.
  • Strings - Multi-level: K-4th, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, 3:00-4:00pm

    We are revamping our Strings program as it grows! Your student may choose their day for strings, and we will group them based on ability.

    Days offered are Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 3-4pm.
    Offered to grades K through 4th.
    Tuition is $325 for the semester.

    Each student registered will need a personal violin, shoulder rest, cleaning kit & extra strings. Violin rentals will be offered through Mrs. Walker for $25 a month or $100 a semester. 

    Please note: rentals are first come, first served.

    A music binder with all info & music will be provided by Mrs Walker at the first class meeting! For any additional info, please text or call Mrs Walker at 337-280-0009 or send an email to walkers@gosaints.org.
  • Strings - Middle School: 5th-8th, Mondays, 3:30-4:30pm, North Campus

    We are adding a new Middle School Strings program for the 2019-20 school year!

    Offered on Mondays from 3:30 - 4:30pm to grades 5 through 8.
    Tuition is $325 for the semester.

    Each student registered will need a personal violin, shoulder rest, cleaning kit & extra strings. Violin rentals will be offered through Mrs. Walker for $25 a month or $100 a semester. 

    Please note: rentals are first come, first served.

    A music binder with all info & music will be provided by Mrs Walker at the first class meeting! For any additional info, please text or call Mrs Walker at 337-280-0009 or send an email to walkers@gosaints.org.
  • Ukulele with Dr. Egger: 3rd-4th, Mondays 3:30-4:30pm

    Meets Mondays from 3:30-4:30
    Location: Lower School
    Offered to grades 3-4
    $325 for the semester (does not include instrument)
    Taught by Dr. Shea Egger

    Students will learn to care for an instrument, tune the ukulele, play a variety of strumming patterns, and master basic chords that can be used to create just about any song on the ukulele. We will focus on a chapel song that will be played during the offering later in the semester.

    Parents will be responsible for purchasing a ukulele and a tuner, and I can provide links and suggest brands for purchasing at a reasonable price.

    These classes will help build confidence in students. Learning to play the ukulele is also a great way to build finger dexterity, increase focus, and practice hand and eye coordination while having fun making music!

South Campus | PK-3 to Grade 4

4120 Old Canton Road | Jackson, Mississippi 39216
Tel 601.987.9300 | Fax 601.987.9324

North Campus | Grades 5 to 12

370 Old Agency Road | Ridgeland, Mississippi 39157
Tel 601.853.6000 | Fax 601.853.6001