Enrichment Classes

Enrollment is now closed for the Fall semester but check back in the Spring!

At Esperanza First, we desire to teach and train in a way that glorifies God. We are glad that you and your family are interested in this exciting ministry! Our desire is to provide you with a Christ-honoring learning experience that you will find beneficial on several levels.

Enrichment Classes have been designed to further enrich the education that your children are already receiving. Many of our classes are designed for homeschool students, but others are designed for anyone who is looking for a way to enrich their own education… even adults! Our goal is to offer a variety of classes that will enrich the lives of our community!

Whether further enriching your own life through learning a new art, rounding out your child’s educational program, or just giving your child or teen an avenue to dive further into a subject he or she is interested in, we’re here to help!

Fall 2022 Classes

MonTueWedThuFri
NoonNoonNoonNoon
All About Letters
A. Davis
Pre-K
FULL
1 – 2 PM
Room 201

American History
K. Ankenbruck
3rd – 6th
Open
1 – 2 PM
Room 209
Welcome to Theatre!
A. Williams
K – 2nd
Open
1 – 2 PM
Room 207
Texas History
S. Nalley
3rd – 6th
Open
1 – 2 PM
Room 209
We Love Learning!
A. Pool
Pre-K
FULL
2 – 3 PM
Room 201

Writing
B. Wilson
3rd – 6th
Open
2 – 3 PM
Room 210

Life Science: Vertebrates
K. Ankenbruck
3rd-6th
Open
2 – 3 PM
Room 210
Me On The Map
A. Davis
K – 2nd
FULL
2 – 3 PM
Room 203
Physical Science: Energy
K. Ankenbruck
3rd – 6th
Open
2 – 3 PM
Room 210
Choir
A. Urteaga
6th – 12th Grade
Open
6:15 – 7:15 PM
Sanctuary
Art Fundamentals
A. Urteaga
6th – 12th Grade
Open
5 – 6 PM
Room 207
Group Guitar
A. Urteaga
9th Grade – Adult
Open
5:30 – 6:30 PM
Room 303 (Java)

Enrichment Class Policies

  • Health: To ensure the health of all our students, we have specific practices in place. During class, masks are optional. Upon class entrance, we ask that you sanitize your hands. If someone in your home has COVID-19 (or has knowingly been exposed), we ask that you refrain from attending class and follow CDC guidelines pertaining to quarantines and/or test negative before returning to class. For all other illnesses, students may attend class after 24 hrs. symptom-free without the aid of medications.
  • Attendance: It is essential that you make every effort to attend class. However, we understand that life-circumstances and health can keep students from attending at times. When you are expecting an absence, please communicate it to your instructor or our office staff. Our teachers are volunteers and we want to value the time they put in by communicating absences in advance if at all possible.
  • Attitudes and Effort: We expect all students to come ready to learn and to be respectful to both teachers and fellow students. If there are any issues, teachers will be asked to communicate directly with the parents so that they can be corrected by the parent in a quick fashion. Likewise, parents should speak directly to the teacher if there is any issue that needs to be addressed. We also ask that parents hold children accountable for any work they may need to do at home as a part of class assignments.

Thank you for honoring all our students and instructors and keeping them safe and healthy by following our policies!

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