Enrichment
Programs Offered

Tennis ~ Summer 2017 Grades Pre-K thru 12th

Karate - Begins the week of July 10, 2017

MS Tennis Club ~ Boys & Girls 6th-8th Grades



    PaySchools
    Click on the PaySchools Logo to register and pay online.
     Questions????
    Call (810)673-9100


    Almont Student Enrichment Department

    The purpose of the Student Enrichment Department is to provide programs for area residents that are both interesting and unique to the area. Programs for toddlers and preschoolers to attend together with a parent are popular throughout the school year. School age children enjoy workshops in drawing, dance, drama, babysitter training, lego club, guitar, music and much more. Saturday sports programs are always a big hit! These noncompetitive programs build skills while teaching sportsmanship in a healthy and drug-free environment. Flag football, pom pon team, cheerleading, floor hockey, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, volleyball, wrestling, karate, golf, and tennis are enjoyed throughout the school year and into the summer months.

    Summer Enrichment programs continue through June and August. A special program offered is back-to-school readiness for preschool through third grade students. Instructed by our primary staff, children come to school for 2 weeks in August for two hours each day to begin the routines they will soon share in their first weeks of school.

    Our adult programs include co-ed exercise, yoga.

    We always welcome suggestions for programs and enthusiastic instructors. If you would like to teach a class please feel free to give us a call at 810-673-9165.

    All families of our community and the surrounding area are invited to participate in the programs offered.

    ATC Embroidery is a proud sponsor of the Student Enrichment programs.

    *Please be advised that for each of our programs it is the parents responsibility to pick their child up on time. It is also the responsibility of the child to know who will be picking them up and taking them home. If there are extenuating circumstances it is the parents responsibility to inform the enrichment department of these circumstances before the 1st class of each program the child is signed up for.