After-School Classes

Fall Programs at HVWS. . .

After-school programs are payable through TADS. Questions? Please e-mail Maria Green at



New day  and time!
2 pm – 3 pm
9/17/19 – 11/12/19*
$150 for an 8-week session
Offered to adults. The first class on 9/17/19 may be taken on a trial basis.

Time to relax and recharge. Enjoy the benefits of these practices in one great class.

Master Fagan (Sensei June) has studied karate for over 40 years and is a 5th Degree Black Belt in the style of Shaolin, Kempo Karate. She has been teaching Karate since 1999 and Tai Chi since 2015. Master Fagan has trained under Robert Peng Qi –Gong Master. For more information on Master Fagan visit:



3 pm – 4:15 pm
9/17/19 – 12/10/19*
Cost $130 for a 6-week session or $260 for a 12-week session.
The first 6-week session ends on 10/30/19 and the second 6-week session begins on 11/5/19.
Offered to 2nd-8th Grade students

Kempo Karate originates from the Shaolin Temple. This style of karate teaches basic blocks, strikes, forms, combinations, and self-defense techniques. Kempo Karate can bring confidence, discipline, and balance to students. It’s also great for crossing the midline! Students of all ages and experience will be met at their level in this mixed-grade class. Students can purchase a karate uniform from Sensei June at an additional fee of $41, or wear work out clothes – sweatpants or leggings – (no jeans).



3 pm – 4:15 pm
9/18/19 – 11/13/19*
Cost $175 for an 8-week session
Offered to 3rd-8th Grade students; limited space (max. 12 students)

Students will work with Mrs. Hayes exploring the fundamentals of archery including safety and proper target techniques.



3 pm – 4:15 pm
10/4/19 – 12/13/19* (no classes Nov 22, 29 and Dec 6)
$150 for an 8-week session
3rd grade and up (minimum 3, maximum 10 students)

This class will focus on painting with a question rather than a set answer. Students will explore the enjoyment of painting and move away from the stress we often feel at being unable to achieve a certain image. HVWS parent, artist, and Waldorf graduate, Natasha de Castro, will share an exploration of the interactions of color, water, and paper. Students will approach painting from the perspective of, “What images could be in there?” rather than, “I will paint THIS image.” We will explore collaborative painting and what is it to be attached to one’s own painting and what is it to continue someone else’s painting as if in a conversation of color…. The ultimate goal is to have fun and have positive and enjoyable experiences while creating.

*There will be no programs on days the school is closed.