School Life

Beyond the Bell

Join us as we set sail on this wonderful adventure in the Fall of 2020! Whether you are joining us for the first time, or are a family who has experienced many Beyond The Bell programs before, we are excited to have you!

Program Information

Our programs were uniquely planned to manage the various
challenges that COVID-19 has presented. Many of our programs can instantly pivot to a digital format, so we will be ready for
whatever this fall brings. And, if you have chosen to learn from home this year, you can attend select sessions virtually. Have fun exploring, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

If you have any questions, please contact msmith@steds.org
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, story telling, flash cards, books and

    Beaker Brains

    We'll take some chemistry, throw in a little creativity and mix in tons of fun! Create foaming Monster Matter, make groovy lava test tubes and mix up some awesome chromatography! 
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    Chess Club

    Learn the fundamentals of chess and have fun while engaging at all levels of play. By signing up for this class, you will learn the game of chess from a Chess Master. Milos Bajsanski has coached 8 U.S. chess champions and more than 20 state chess champions.

    Youth Sailing

    Each school squadron learns to sail while enjoying the beautiful Indian River Lagoon and getting hands-on experience applying science, math and environmental concepts. The program is taught by professional sailing instructors and uses elements of the US Sailing STEM Education Initiative curriculum. The 10 weekly sessions take place at Saint Edward’s School, which provides indoor and outdoor classroom space, all necessary boats and equipment and waterfront access. **Parent Zoom Orientation on September 14**
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    My Spanish Club(Tuesday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, story telling, flash cards, books and

    Little Medical School

    Through role-play and activities, students will learn what it is to be a doctor. They will explore the heart, lungs and digestion. Students will learn to use real medical instruments including a stethoscope, reflex hammer and blood pressure cuff. They will also learn about surgery, the practice of scrubbing, suturing and tying knots!
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    Tennis for Tots: Session I

    Join us to learn the fundamentals of tennis. By using short rackets, lower nets, compression balls and smaller courts, children can easily learn the game right here at Saint Edward's School. Please pack a light lunch and a drink.

    Virtual Lil Picassos

    This class will be taught virtually by local artist Teri Barrett of Artworks by Teri. Students will receivecustom art bags that include canvases, paints and brushes. Students can create all week long and spend 45 minutes each Wednesday, on Zoom, with Ms. Teri and friends for fun, painting, creating and sharing!
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    Chess Club

    Learn the fundamentals of chess and have fun while engaging at all levels of play. By signing up for this class, you will learn the game of chess from a Chess Master. Milos Bajsanski has coached 8 U.S. chess champions and more than 20 state chess champions.

    Youth Sailing

    Each school squadron learns to sail while enjoying the beautiful Indian River Lagoon and getting hands-on experience applying science, math and environmental concepts. The program is taught by professional sailing instructors and uses elements of the US Sailing STEM Education Initiative curriculum. The 10 weekly sessions take place at Saint Edward’s School, which provides indoor and outdoor classroom space, all necessary boats and equipment and waterfront access. **Parent Zoom Orientation on September 14**
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    My Spanish Club(Tuesday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, story telling, flash cards, books and

    Little Medical School

    Through role-play and activities, students will learn what it is to be a doctor. They will explore the heart, lungs and digestion. Students will learn to use real medical instruments including a stethoscope, reflex hammer and blood pressure cuff. They will also learn about surgery, the practice of scrubbing, suturing and tying knots!
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    Tennis for Tots: Session I

    Join us to learn the fundamentals of tennis. By using short rackets, lower nets, compression balls and smaller courts, children can easily learn the game right here at Saint Edward's School. Please pack a light lunch and a drink.

    Virtual Lil Picassos

    This class will be taught virtually by local artist Teri Barrett of Artworks by Teri. Students will receivecustom art bags that include canvases, paints and brushes. Students can create all week long and spend 45 minutes each Wednesday, on Zoom, with Ms. Teri and friends for fun, painting, creating and sharing!
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, story telling, flash cards, books and

    Beaker Brains

    We'll take some chemistry, throw in a little creativity and mix in tons of fun! Create foaming Monster Matter, make groovy lava test tubes and mix up some awesome chromatography!
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    Chess Club

    Learn the fundamentals of chess and have fun while engaging at all levels of play. By signing up for this class, you will learn the game of chess from a Chess Master. Milos Bajsanski has coached 8 U.S. chess champions and more than 20 state chess champions.

    Youth Sailing

    Each school squadron learns to sail while enjoying the beautiful Indian River Lagoon and getting hands-on experience applying science, math and environmental concepts. The program is taught by professional sailing instructors and uses elements of the US Sailing STEM Education Initiative curriculum. The 10 weekly sessions take place at Saint Edward’s School, which provides indoor and outdoor classroom space, all necessary boats and equipment and waterfront access. **Parent Zoom Orientation on September 14**
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    My Spanish Club(Tuesday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, story telling, flash cards, books and

    Little Medical School

    Through role-play and activities, students will learn what it is to be a doctor. They will explore the heart, lungs and digestion. Students will learn to use real medical instruments including a stethoscope, reflex hammer and blood pressure cuff. They will also learn about surgery, the practice of scrubbing, suturing and tying knots!
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    Tennis for Tots: Session II

    Join us to learn the fundamentals of tennis. By using short rackets, lower nets, compression balls and smaller courts, children can easily learn the game right here at Saint Edward's School. Please pack a light lunch and a drink.

    Virtual Lil Picassos

    This class will be taught virtually by local artist Teri Barrett of Artworks by Teri. Students will receivecustom art bags that include canvases, paints and brushes. Students can create all week long and spend 45 minutes each Wednesday, on Zoom, with Ms. Teri and friends for fun, painting, creating and sharing!
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, story telling, flash cards, books and

    Beaker Brains

    We'll take some chemistry, throw in a little creativity and mix in tons of fun! Create foaming Monster Matter, make groovy lava test tubes and mix up some awesome chromatography! 
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    Chess Club

    Learn the fundamentals of chess and have fun while engaging at all levels of play. By signing up for this class, you will learn the game of chess from a Chess Master. Milos Bajsanski has coached 8 U.S. chess champions and more than 20 state chess champions.

    Youth Sailing

    Each school squadron learns to sail while enjoying the beautiful Indian River Lagoon and getting hands-on experience applying science, math and environmental concepts. The program is taught by professional sailing instructors and uses elements of the US Sailing STEM Education Initiative curriculum. The 10 weekly sessions take place at Saint Edward’s School, which provides indoor and outdoor classroom space, all necessary boats and equipment and waterfront access. **Parent Zoom Orientation on September 14**
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    My Spanish Club(Tuesday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, story telling, flash cards, books and
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    Tennis for Tots: Session II

    Join us to learn the fundamentals of tennis. By using short rackets, lower nets, compression balls and smaller courts, children can easily learn the game right here at Saint Edward's School. Please pack a light lunch and a drink.

    Virtual Lil Picassos

    This class will be taught virtually by local artist Teri Barrett of Artworks by Teri. Students will receivecustom art bags that include canvases, paints and brushes. Students can create all week long and spend 45 minutes each Wednesday, on Zoom, with Ms. Teri and friends for fun, painting, creating and sharing!
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    My Spanish Club (Thursday)

    This class is designed to give your pre-kindergartner and junior kindergartner reinforcement of their weekly learning in the classroom. The goals include helping students develop an ear for the language and building a foundation of very high frequency words and phrases. Students will learn to communicate and perform simple tasks through the use of music, story telling, flash cards, books and

    Atomic Art

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