- Chinese After School Program
- Heart Song
- Irish Dance
- Junior Achievement
- Kids on the Block
- Math Club
- Operation Aware
- Run Club
- Young Rembrandts
Do you love to play chess and challenge your mind? Then Carnegie Chess Club is for you!
Carnegie Chess Club allows children to learn and enjoy chess while experiencing healthy competition and team spirit. Chess is used to develop critical thinking, problem solving, decision making, and competitive maturity.
All Carnegie students are invited to be a part of the Carnegie Chess Club!
Junior Achievement helps students realize that the education they are getting today will help them to have a bright future tomorrow. JA's unique, volunteer-delivered programs show students all of the possibilities that lie before them. They realize they can choose different paths, whether it be college, a specific trade, or starting their own business.
In Operation Aware, students learn to:
- Develop strong self esteem;
- Deal with bullying;
- Manage anger;
- Communicate effectively with peers, parents, and other adults;
- Make decisions;
- Set goals;
- Build positive relationships;
- Develop personal responsibility; and
- Employ strategies to avoid drug, alcohol and tobacco use.
Young Rembrandts is for any child with artistic interests as well as those who need further fine motor skill development. Young Rembrandts’ curriculum covers a wide variety of kid-friendly subject matter to introduce new concepts, ideas, and techniques. There are new lessons every week and an art history lesson every month.