Your student may have certain areas of creative interest he or she would like to further explore; clubs at West Hills provide that outlet. The roster of our after-school clubs is slightly different each semester. Current offerings include:
- Minecraft: K-8th graders use a platform they love to learn about STEAM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math) through specific build challenges, Redstone tinkering and collaborative builds.
- Arduino: 4th-8th graders explore an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.
- Lacing: Participants work with plastic lace, paracord, and gimp to create lanyards and other craft projects.
- LEGO Robotics: 5th-8th graders design and program EV3 robots as a team to research and problem-solve scientific and real-world challenges.
- LEGO Wedo: K-4th graders bring LEGO builds to life with motors, gears and programming using a robotics hardware/software platform.
- Ultimate Frisbee: Open to 4th-8th graders, participants will learn the fundamentals of the sport and basic team strategies as well as the spirit of the game and tenets of good sportsmanship.
Note to current families: Registration forms are available on the parent portal under “Resource Documents.”