Activity

Mondays & Wednesdays

Yearbook

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of volleyball...

Chess

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of chess...

Basketball

This is an introductory class for students wanting to learn the basic skills and rules of the game...

Piano

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of piano...

RC Planes

RC aircraft have become increasingly more affordable and easier to fly over the years...

Dungeons and Dragons

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of Dungeon and Dragons...

Student Council

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of leadership...

Tuesdays & Thursdays

Badminton

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of badminton...

Volleyball

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of volleyball...

Soccer

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of soccer...

Art Club

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of arts...

RC Cars

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of RC Car...

Golf

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of golf...

Drone Take off

This is an introductory class for students wanting to learn the drone basics...

K Pop Dance

Students will groove to the rhythm of self-expression in our vibrant Dance Club!

Mondays & Wednesdays

Science and Building

Students will unleash their creativity and curiosity as they delve into the fascinating world of science and construction.

Soccer

Students will enhance their skills, forge lasting friendships, and experience the joy of the game.

Taekwondo

In this class, students will learn fundamental techniques, improve physical fitness, and develop valuable life skills like respect, focus, and confidence.

K Pop Dance

Students will groove to the rhythm of self-expression in our vibrant Dance Club!

Crochet

(for G2 to G5 only)

Students will embark on a journey of yarn and hooks, learning the art of crochet from the basics to intricate patterns

Yoga Mindfulness Club

This engaging activity offers a sanctuary for relaxation and self-care.

Tuesdays & Thursdays

Intellectual Games

This class focuses on stimulating critical thinking, problem-solving, and strategic skills.

Music/Band

Students will discover the transformative power of rhythm and harmony.

Golf

(for G3 to G5 only)

Students have the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of golf in a fun and educational setting.

Cooking

Cultures and cooking after school at Saint Paul American School is the perfect opportunity for students to develop, build upon, and sharpen their culinary skills as they progress through our structured program weekly.

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Benjamin LeBeau

Coach Benjamin LeBeau

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

IT Room Main Building

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Laptop, USB, school uniform

Yearbook 1 Yearbook 2 Yearbook 3
Overall Description:

Students on the staff and in the yearbook class learn the purpose and the concept of a unifying theme, graphic design, writing, and photography. In addition, they learn responsibility and professionalism by working under pressure and meeting deadlines.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-4: Set guidelines and establish what yearbook covers; Know code of ethics; Select team and assign roles and responsibilities

Week 5-7: Plan spreads and arrange when to have each completed; Choose the visual story the book will tell

Week 8-15: Decide on the content to gather and how to display it; Pick the photos to take; Edit and place on layout

Week 16-17: Establish how the articles and captions will be written

Week 18-20: Determine and set rules on how to plot out the spreads; Finalize and Print final spread

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Nicholas Smith

Coach Nicholas Smith

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room 106 Eliot Building

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Chess board, complete chess pieces, school PE uniform

Drone Picture 1 Drone Picture 2 Drone Picture 3
Overall Description:

Students will learn basic to advanced chess strategies. The group will play at different skill levels, solve puzzles, learn chess notation, and understand proper chess etiquette. It provides a fun and competitive environment for chess players ranging from low to high skill levels. Students will learn blitz chess on the clock and formulate and perfect their own tactics.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Rules of Chess

Week 3-5: Basic procedures and strategy

Week 6-7: Advanced strategy

Week 8-10: Team chess, blitz timer, end game puzzles

Week 11-12: Team chess with other members

Week 13-15: Competitive matches

Week 16: Students versus teacher games

Week 17-18: Student versus computer opponent games

Week 19: Analyze chess engine moves

Week 20: Tournaments

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Ebenezer Oderinde

Coach Ebenezer Oderinde

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

SPAS Gymnasium

Attire/Materials/Equipment: Basketball clothing (jersey), basketball shoes, ball, basketball hoop

Basketball Coach 1 Basketball Coach 2 Basketball Coach 3
Overall Description:

This is an introductory class for students wanting to learn the basic skills and rules of the game. Instruction will focus on the proper fundamentals and highlight: shooting, passing, and dribbling. Students with varying levels of experience will have the opportunity to gain new skills or refine their technique through drills and practice. The goal here is not just to play but to enforce wellness, stamina, endurance and discipline amongst the basketball players of the school.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Orientation, Evaluation, Rules and Expectations

Week 2-3: Passing and Dribbling

Week 4-5: Shooting Mechanics and Knockout

Week 6: Offensive Moves, King of the Court

Week 7: Basic Offensive Strategy

Week 8: Defense

Week 9: Rebounding

Week 10: 3 on 3 Practice

Week 11-12: 3 on 3 Games

Week 12: 5 on 5 Practice

Week 13-14: 5 on 5 Games

Week 15-16: Games

Week 17-19: Inter School Games

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Joyce Freeman

Coach Joyce Freeman

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Music Room Student Activity Center

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Electronic piano equipment, school uniform, piano per session is P750 for beginner and intermediate levels, P1000 for advanced.

Piano Coach 1 Piano Coach 2 Piano Coach 3
Overall Description:

Piano lessons for beginners and intermediate levels are designed to provide a structured and progressive approach to learning the piano. Whether you're just starting out or have some prior experience, these lessons aim to develop fundamental skills, musical understanding, and technical proficiency. Here's a general description of what you can expect at each level.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Introduction, Expectations, Piano and parts

Week 3-5: Know posture, hand position, music alphabets and scales

Week 6-7: Understand basic music notation and play simple melodies with one hand

Week 8-10: Be familiar with basic left-hand exercises then with both coordinating hands

Week 11-12: Introduction to dynamics and playing of musical pieces

Week 13-15: Introduction to time signatures, basic rhythm exercises

Week 16: Reading treble clef and Intro to musical phrasing

Week 17-18: Reading bass clef and playing treble and bass clef notes with both hands

Week 19: Introduction to pedaling then coordination with hands

Week 20: Group performance

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Marlone San Pedro

Coach Marlone San Pedro

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room 102 Eliot Center and Open Basketball Court

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

RC Plane parts and controller (to be purchased from a reliable supplier), school PE uniform, goggles

RC Plane Picture 1 RC Plane Picture 2 RC Plane Picture 3
Overall Description:

RC aircraft have become increasingly more affordable and easier to fly over the years. This activity is all about helping students learn to fly radio-controlled planes. It will cover topics such as responsible flying, regulations, basic maintenance, and racing courses. For this activity, we will be utilizing small planes. There are three advantages with smaller RC planes - they're cheaper to buy, easier to transport and store, and they can be flown in smaller areas.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Know your RC Plane

Week 3-4: Prepare your plane and controller

Week 5-7: Identify the Weight and Balance

Week 8-9: Know Where to Fly and Test Flight

Week 9-11: Consider Pre-Flight Checks

Week 12-13: Safety Measures and Regulations

Week 14-15: Take-Off and Hand Launch

Week 16-17: Fly the plane

Week 18-19: Land your plane

Week 20: Consider Race Courses within the community

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Scott Egan

Coach Scott Egan

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room 205 Main Building

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Board game and strategy text

Dungeons and Dragons 1 Dungeons and Dragons 2 Dungeons and Dragons 3
Overall Description:

Dungeons & Dragons is interactive storytelling. Players gather together in one room to take part in guided imaginary adventure that often involves exploring a castle or dungeon, defeating monsters and discovering treasure. Primary objectives for SPAS (D&D) are to improve the following social skill areas.

  • Increase self-esteem and confidence.
  • Ability to express oneself and one's needs.
  • Improve social skills.
  • Stronger creative thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Provide a sense of community and belonging.
  • Develops ability to synthesize information.
Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Learn the game rules

Week 3-4: Knowing the strategy

Week 5-6: Collaborate with other players

Week 7-8: Working in teams for a common goal

Week 9-10: Test matches of the game

Week 11-17: Playing the dungeons and dragons game

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Noel Panlilio

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

SPAS Gymnasium

Attire/Materials/Equipment: Mikasa volleyball balls, net, enclosed space, rubber shoes, PE uniform or similar

Overall Description:

This activity will share knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of volleyball, common errors, and suggested corrections. I will provide effective teaching and coaching strategies for the players to be able to serve, pass, set, block, spike and defend both the ball and themselves when faced in an attacking position. This is meant to be a developing skill so focus and determination are very important. Tune up games will be arranged once the players are assessed to be prepared for volleyball competitions.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

(The plan below is meant to be repeated until their skills continue to progress. It may be partially altered if deemed necessary) Firstly, there will be a 5-minute warm-up, 30-minutes skillwork, 5-minute team concept and another 5-minute cool-down stretching.

Weekly Guide/Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Orientation, Expectations, Rules and Assessment

Week 3-4: Serving

Week 5-6: Passing

Week 7-8: Setting

Week 9-10: Attacking

Week 10-11: Blocking

Week 12-13: : Digging

Week 14-15: Application of all skills

Week 16-17: Games

Week 18-19: Inter School Games

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Ciara Joy Paddayuman

Coach Ciara Joy Paddayuman

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Student Council Room 204

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Drone parts and controller to be purchased from reliable supplier, school PE uniform, goggles

Student Council 1 Student Council 2 Student Council 3
Overall Description:

Student Council represents the voice of the general middle and high school population regarding school matters. It initiates an active, democratic form for students' opinions and sentiments, addressing school concerns and issues. The council instills social consciousness and school spirit among students and establishes strong relations and maintains communication between students and administration. It also provides student-driven activities within the school and in the community that foster good citizenship and student responsibility.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Filing of candidacy

Week 2-3: Campaign and elections

Week 4: Planning of Upcoming activities and Update student council bulletin board

Week 5-6: Brainstorming about Halloween Party

Week 7-8: Re-evaluation of Student Council Funds

Week 9-10: Preparation for Halloween and Planning for Christmas Party

Week 11: Re-evaluation of Student Council Funds

Week 12-13: Set up Valentines Fundraising event

Week 14: Organize Valentines Day

Week 15: Work out SPAS Olympics Ideas

Week 16: Gear up for Promenade

Week 17-20: Accomplish final events

Week 21-22: Audit and endorse funds to student council adviser

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Lady Claire Aures

Coach Lady Claire Aures

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Gymnasium Extension Student Activity Center

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Badminton racket, shuttlecock, and PE uniform

Badminton 1 Badminton 2 Badminton 3
Overall Description:

This activity will introduce students to basic badminton techniques such as grip, underarm hitting, serving and hit and move skills. It will also serve as a way for students to develop their physical development and well-being.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Orientation and Expectations

Week 3: Know badminton historical background and rules of the game

Week 4-5: Learn basic grips, grip changes and footwork

Week 6-8: Be familiar with net and lunge, net and starting, and revision games

Week 9-10: Know serve, rally and backhand lift

Week 11-12: Understand forehand lift

Week 13-14: Have single matches

Week 15-16: Practice double matches

Week 17-20: Play against other students and teacher

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Winzel Comullo

Coach Winzel Comullo

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room 114 Main Building

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Art supplies, creativity, and hard work

Art Club 1 Art Club 2 Art Club 3
Overall Description:

The field of art is broad and varied, with many different forms, styles, and methods. The voyage through the world of art offers a rich tapestry of discovery, expression, and mastery, from its modest beginnings to its deep complexities. This is a summary of the progression of different artistic disciplines from beginner to advanced levels.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-3: Learn art overview

Week 4-6: Explore the mediums

Week 7-9: Build Skills and Techniques

Week 10-12: Develop personal style

Week 13-14: Mastering Techniques

Week 15-17: Exploring conceptual art and contemporary & Contributing to the art community

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Scott Egan

Coach Scott Egan

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room 205 Main Building and SPAS Track

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

RC car parts and controller (to be purchased from a reliable supplier), Maintenance kits, and school PE uniform

Drone Picture 1 Drone Picture 2 Drone Picture 3
Overall Description:

Radio-controlled cars (or RC cars for short) are miniature model cars, vans, buses, trucks, or buggies that can be controlled from a distance using a specialized transmitter or remote. The term 'RC' has been used to mean both "remote controlled" and "radio controlled". "Remote controlled" includes vehicles that are controlled by radio waves, infrared waves, or physical wire connection.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Review car specification and purchase

Week 3-4: Maintain RC cars

Week 5-6: Know how to race cars

Week 7-8: Rules for racing cars

Week 9-10: Strategy for racing RC cars

Week 11-20: Racing and maintaining car condition

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Dante Castillo

Coach Dante Castillo

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Korean Country Club

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Golf equipment, golf outfit or school PE uniform, gloves

Golf 1 Golf 2 Golf 3
Overall Description:

Golf is a challenging and humble game. The goal is for each golfer to develop a lifelong love of the sport and improve one's skill level. This will be demonstrated every day during practice and tournaments. The expectation is every player will practice to improve skills and course management. Teamwork and unity will be stressed in this activity.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Orientation and Rules

Week 2-4: Introduction and overview of the sport

Week 5: Know the use of clubs

Week 6: Practice the use of clubs

Week 7-8: Be familiar with proper swing by club type

Week 9-10: Understand fairways

Week 11-12: Know green mechanics

Week 13-15: Practice fairways and green mechanics

Week 16-17: Golf course strategies

Week 18-19: Actual practice

Week 20: Tournaments

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Marlone San Pedro

Coach Marlone San Pedro

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room 102 Eliot Center and Open Basketball Court

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Drone parts and controller (to be purchased from reliable supplier), school PE uniform, goggles

Drone Picture 1 Drone Picture 2 Drone Picture 3
Overall Description:

This is an introductory class for students wanting to learn the drone basics. It will cover topics such as responsible flying, drone regulations, basic maintenance and the creative aspects of aerial photography and videography. It will also be beneficial to discuss safety protocols and privacy considerations.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Understand the basics of drones

Week 2: Choose the right racing drone

Week 3: Learn the FPV System

Week 4: Know Safety Measures

Week 5: Practice Basic Flying Skills

Week 6: Explore Simulator Training

Week 7: Understand Race Course Elements

Week 8: Understand Aerial Photograph Basics

Week 9-10: Practice Flying with controller

Week 11-12: Consider racing courses techniques

Week 13-14: Know gates and Flags

Week 15-16: Schedule races and practice

Week 17-19: Practice with obstacles and time limits

Week 20: Hold RC Plane Racing events

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Mark Anthony Francisco

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

SPAS Soccer Field

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Soccer field, ball and soccer outfit or PE uniform

Overall Description:

This activity seeks to promote skill levels of soccer players, improving fitness and building strong team cohesion. The goal is to develop a school team to play against other schools in the future. Players will learn and practice ball skills, footwork, passing, heading, throwing and kicking skills. They will also learn proper positions and will have inter school games.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Orientation, Expectation and Team goals

Week 3-4: Review soccer rules and games

Week 5-6: Offense and Defense Positioning

Week 7-9: Dribbling and Passing Drills

Week 10-12: Throw-in/Heading Drills

Week 13-15: Game Preparations

Week 16-18: Scrimmage and Competitive matches

Week 20: Tournaments

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Gwenn Guibo

Coach Gwenn Guibo

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Dance Room Student Activity Center

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Sweat pants or PE pants, loose shirt or PE shirt, hair tie for ladies, extra clothes, sound system, internet

Drone Picture 1 Drone Picture 2 Drone Picture 3
Overall Description:

Korean Pop is a musical movement that has swept the entire world and continues to dominate. In this K-Pop Dance Choreography class, you'll learn the hottest K-Pop dance from a professional instructor. In this class, the teacher will provide step-by-step instructions that even a beginner can follow, as well as show you how to pose like famous K-Pop idols. This activity aims for students to acquire various fundamental skills necessary for K-pop dance movements and stage performances.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Identify and perform specific dance moves for K-pop dance

Week 3-4: Understand K-pop as a culture and its elements

Week 5-6: Know proper form

Week 7-8: Understand techniques

Week 9-12: Integrate footwork

Week 13-15: Dance Movements in Progressive Sequence

Week 16: Learn to work and dance in teams

Week 17: Movement and music exploration

Week 18-19: Schedule dance contests

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Alyssa Punla & Trixsaine Punla

Coach Alyssa Punla Coach Trixsaine Punla

Day and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room 204

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Uniform, Craft supplies, science tools, building materials, science equipment and building tools

Science 1 Science 2 Science 3
Overall Description:

Students will unleash their creativity and curiosity as they delve into the fascinating world of science and construction. From exciting experiments to constructing innovative projects, this dynamic program fosters a love for learning, teamwork, and problem-solving.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Embarking on the STEM Adventure

Week 2: Fun Science Discoveries

Week 3-4: Exploring Building Concepts

Week 5-6: Creating Cool Creations: Simple Machines

Week 7-8: Engaging Building Games and Challenges, Including Cup Stacking

Week 9-10: Discovering the Wonders of Structures - STEM Challenges

Week 11-12: Crafting Cool Contraptions: DIY Science Toys

Week 13-15: Exploring Force and Motion Activities

Week 16-17: Collaborative Building for a Grand STEM Showcase

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Mark Anthony Francisco

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

SPAS Soccer Field

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Soccer field, ball and soccer outfit or PE uniform

Overall Description:

This activity seeks to promote skill levels of soccer players, improving fitness and building strong team cohesion. The goal is to develop a school team to play against other schools in the future. Players will learn and practice ball skills, footwork, passing, heading, throwing and kicking skills. They will also learn proper positions and will have inter school games.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Orientation, Expectation and Team goals

Week 3-4: Review soccer rules and games

Week 5-6: Offense and Defense Positioning

Week 7-9: Dribbling and Passing Drills

Week 10-12: Throw-in/Heading Drills

Week 13-15: Game Preparations

Week 16-18: Scrimmage and Competitive matches

Week 20: Tournaments

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Gwenn Guibo

Coach Gwenn Guibo

Days and Time:

Mondays and Wednesdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Dance Room Student Activity Center

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Sweat pants or PE pants, loose shirt or PE shirt, hair tie for ladies, extra clothes, sound system, internet

Drone Picture 1 Drone Picture 2 Drone Picture 3
Overall Description:

Korean Pop is a musical movement that has swept the entire world and continues to dominate. In this K-Pop Dance Choreography class, you'll learn the hottest K-Pop dance from a professional instructor. In this class, the teacher will provide step-by-step instructions that even a beginner can follow, as well as show you how to pose like famous K-Pop idols. This activity aims for students to acquire various fundamental skills necessary for K-pop dance movements and stage performances.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1-2: Identify and perform specific dance moves for K-pop dance

Week 3-4: Understand K-pop as a culture and its elements

Week 5-6: Know proper form

Week 7-8: Understand techniques

Week 9-12: Integrate footwork

Week 13-15: Dance Movements in Progressive Sequence

Week 16: Learn to work and dance in teams

Week 17: Movement and music exploration

Week 18-19: Schedule dance contests

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Jazmin Lozano

Coach Jazmin Lozano

Day and Time:

Monday & Wednesday / 3:00-3:45

Location:

Music Room, Gym Ext #1

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

School Uniform, Yarn & Hook

Crochet 1 Crochet 2 Crochet 3
Overall Description:

Students will embark on a journey of yarn and hooks, learning the art of crochet from the basics to intricate patterns. This club offers a cozy space where students will not only master the techniques of this timeless craft but also share ideas, stories, and laughter. With every stitch, students will weave a tapestry of skills, fostering a sense of accomplishment and a love for the soothing and intricate world of crochet.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Introduction to Crochet and Crochet Tools

Week 2: Crochet Vocabulary and Pattern Reading

Week 3: Loop and Chain Stitch

Week 4-5: 6 Types of Stitches

Week 6-8: Wallet/Cellphone Case

Week 9-10: Letter Keychains

Week 11-12: Crocheted Earrings

Week 13-15: Mini Amigurumis

Week 16-17: Granny Squares for the Big Project

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Jemimah De Mesa Pel & Stephanie Napao

Coach Jemimah De Mesa Pel Coach Stephanie Napao

Day and Time:

Monday & Wednesday / 3:00-3:45

Location:

Room 104 (Pre-K)

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

PE Uniform

Yoga 1 Yoga 2 Yoga 3
Overall Description:

This engaging activity offers a sanctuary for relaxation and self-care. Participants will explore yoga poses, breathing techniques, and mindfulness exercises, fostering physical well-being and emotional resilience.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Introduction to Yoga

Week 2-3: Yoga Games

Week 4: Partner Yoga

Week 5: Yoga Storytelling

Week 6-7: Creative Expression Yoga

Week 8: Yoga Challenges

Week 9: Art and Craft Yoga

Week 10-11: Yoga Dance Party

Week 12: Yoga Mindfulness Journaling

Week 13-14: Yoga for Social Emotional Learning

Week 15-16: Yoga Around the World

Week 17: Yoga for Gratitude and Connection

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Luis Zuniga

Coach Luis Zuniga

Day and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room to be specified

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Overall Description:

This class focuses on stimulating critical thinking, problem-solving, and strategic skills. In this class, kids will learn the strategies and skills involved in playing chess, promoting critical thinking and concentration.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1 - Introduction and Planning

Week 2 - Evaluation of the pieces and typical plays

Week 3-4 - Concepts of tactics and strategy

Week 5-6 - Basic movements and rules of the game

Week 7-8 - Phases of the game and positional concepts

Week 9-10 - Solve problems in 1 move

Week 11-12 - Solve problems in 2 moves

Week 13-14 - Solve problems in 3 movements

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Jean Nicdao & Butch Bernardo

Coach Jean Nicdao Coach Butch Bernardo

Day and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room to be specified

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Overall Description:

Students will discover the transformative power of rhythm and harmony. Whether a budding musician or a curious beginner, this club welcomes all with open arms. Students will explore diverse genres, hone their musical skills, and collaborate with fellow enthusiasts.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Exploring the world of Music/Band

Week 2: Selection of Instruments/ Assignment

Week 3-4: A variety of musical selections

Week 5-6: Rehearsal of music selected

Week 7-10: Music Jamming

Week 11-17: Showcase Presentation


Note:

Students will prepare performances for special days and showcase them on that day.

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Dante Castillo

Coach Dante Castillo

Days and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Korean Country Club

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Golf equipment, golf outfit or school PE uniform, gloves

Golf 1 Golf 2 Golf 3
Overall Description:

Golf is a challenging and humble game. The goal is for each golfer to develop a lifelong love of the sport and improve one's skill level. This will be demonstrated every day during practice and tournaments. The expectation is every player will practice to improve skills and course management. Teamwork and unity will be stressed in this activity.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Orientation and Rules

Week 2-4: Introduction and overview of the sport

Week 5: Know the use of clubs

Week 6: Practice the use of clubs

Week 7-8: Be familiar with proper swing by club type

Week 9-10: Understand fairways

Week 11-12: Know green mechanics

Week 13-15: Practice fairways and green mechanics

Week 16-17: Golf course strategies

Week 18-19: Actual practice

Week 20: Tournaments

Coach/Licensed Teacher:

Laira Pineda

Coach Laira Pineda

Day and Time:

Tuesdays and Thursdays / 3:00-3:45 pm

Location:

Room 101 & Cafeteria

Attire/Materials/Equipment:

Apron and kitchen utensils

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Overall Description:

Cultures and Cooking after school at Saint Paul American School is the perfect opportunity for students to develop, build upon, and sharpen their culinary skills as they progress through our structured program weekly. Each class is an entirely new experience that incorporates culinary skills into learning different countries' cuisines and cultures.

Weekly Guide / Main Activities:

Week 1: Introduction and Planning

Week 2-3: Basic Knife Skills and Salad Week

Week 4-5: Breakfast Delights

Week 6-7: Healthy Snack Attack

Week 8-9: Baking Basics

Week 10-11: Pasta Party

Week 12-13: International Cuisine

Week 14-15: Dessert Extravaganza

Week 16-17: Cooking Contest