St. Isidore School partners with Chess Scholars to provide chess lessons for students in Gr. 1-8. This group meets weekly, providing instruction to children at their individual levels. Students of all chess ability levels enjoy learning and challenging each other as they grow in their enjoyment of the game.
"Let’s Build It!"
A class meant to teach beginning engineering skills to students of all ages. Students “build” something every week using everyday household materials.
Young Rembrandts is a fine arts enrichment program that uses unique and proven method to educate students in Gr. K-6 in drawing skills. Visual learning skills are also developed during this fun after school one-hour class. Students create a different piece of art every week that is displayed in the school hallway.
The program teaches the student to draw while developing fine motor skills, concentration, creativity and confidence. YR presents drawing lessons that encompass a fascinating world of color, pattern and design. Students will strengthen their marker rendering skills as they draw a detailed gumball machine. A drawing of a sandwich will make them “hunger” for more art. We’ll travel back in time to the age of pharaohs as we draw a decorative Egyptian headdress. An illustration celebrating the fall season will introduce our artists to warm and cool colors. Our detailed drawing of a dragonfly will celebrate on of nature’s most curious insects. An illustration of a popular automobile will entertain the more technical minded student, and a holiday rendering of a nutcracker will remind us of the holiday season. All this and more!
Click here to see the Young Rembrandts flyer for exact times, dates and enrollment information for Spring 2017. Or call us at 847-564-1315.
Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts
St. Isidore School students participate in scouting troops sponsored by St. Isidore Parish. Groups are available for both boys and girls depending on their age level.
For more information on the Scouting programs offered through St. Isidore, please contact the school office.