Enrichment Programs

One World Montessori hosts a variety of extracurricular activities for the students’ enrichment. Some of these activities are conducted during school hours and others are offered after school. Fees for activities are determined by the instructor and are paid directly to him/her.

Please contact your campus office for more information and a registration form.

Physical Education

Hot Shots Sports Program

At: Foxworthy
For: Primary children who do not take a nap (during afternoon recess)

Hot Shots, offered by Dave Clapper, is a weekly motor development and physical education class. Dave brings over 20 years of experience instructing, teaching, coaching, and working with children of all ages. The lessons are innovative, goal-oriented, and age-appropriate; but most of all, they are fun!

The goal is to provide a safe and fun learning environment to promote positive attitudes towards physical education, self-improvement, and a love for sports and physical activity.

Gymsters Physical Education Program

At: Leigh, Foxworthy
For: Primary children who take a nap (during afternoon recess)

Gymsters is designed to create a fun, positive, non-competitive atmosphere for the students at One World Montessori. The weekly class includes games and activities that develop motor skills, coordination, team building and physical fitness. It is a year-round program that begins in September and ends in June.

Soccer Shots

At: Leigh, Foxworthy
For: Primary – ages 3.5+ (after school at Leigh; during afternoon recess at Foxworthy)

Soccer Shots® is an acclaimed national non-competitive program for children, recognized as ‘#1 in Children’s Fitness’ this year. Their objective is to introduce your child to soccer – the world’s most popular sport. In addition to learning soccer basics, their curriculum emphasizes motor skill development, team play dynamics and character.

The Arts

Piano Lessons

At: Foxworthy, Pearl
For: Primary and Elementary – ages 4.5+ (after school)

Weekly piano lessons using the Alfred method build and enhance students’ coordination and expression. This method is preferred for its way of teaching intervallic relationships between notes. Students learn about chords and progression and develop competencies that will last a lifetime.

Private piano lessons are offered by Cindy Withers.

Bucket Drumming

At: Leigh, Pearl
For: Primary and Elementary – ages 3.5+ (after school)

Andy Ziker, a private drum instructor at The Rhythm Academy of San Jose, offers a weekly bucket drumming class.

During the program, the children will:

  • Collaborate with their team while developing self-expression
  • Learn to read, write, and play rhythms
  • Develop hand-eye and foot-eye coordination
  • Increase self-discipline and active listening
  • Perform in front of an audience

Marvegos Fine Art School

At: Leigh, Foxworthy
For: Primary – ages 4.5+ (during afternoon recess)

The Marvegos Fine Art School offers a weekly one-hour “Art Exploration” class. Fun creating “original” art in drawing, sculpting, mixed media and ceramic is in store for participants of the first three sessions each school year. Students learn the terminology used in the world of fine art through an interactive method. Projects are age appropriate, fun, and develop each student’s confidence in making creative decisions. Students completing all 3 sessions of fine art each year will qualify to exhibit at an annual end of the year exhibit in June.