Due to the ongoing concerns about COVID-19, online learning will continue through the end of the school year.


Childhood should be a joyous adventure—an opportunity for children to discover who they are and what matters to them, both inside the classroom and out. Our Discovery Program offers a wide range of extracurricular studies and activities that gives students the opportunity to develop—or discover—interests, talents, and skills outside of basic book learning.
PowerKids is the perfect opportunity to have fun while improving motor development, sports and tumbling skills. Nitzanim-Chaverim/Mondays. 
Spanish in our play-based environment will focus on numbers, colors, songs, and basic phrases. For Nitzanim/Wednesdays. Chaverim/Tuesdays. 
Ballet technique fundamentals are taught in a warm and fun environment. Fees includes recital costume. Nitzanim/Fridays. Chaverim/Thursdays. 
Challenge Island is an engaging, enrichment program focused on creating STEAM (science/technology/engineering/art/math ) projects. Chaverim/Wednesdays. 
Bricks 4 Kidz students build a model with step-by-step instructions, and they build creatively with a large variety of LEGO bricks. Chaverim/Thursdays.
Challenge Island is a fun, challenging enrichment program focused on STEAM learning. K-4th/Wednesdays. 
Chess provides one-on-one and group experience learning the fundamentals. Gain valuable skills, playing time and be able to participate in competitions with the experts at Chess Wizards. K-4th/Thursdays. 
Drama is a creative space full of improv and performance with Shakespeare Dallas. 1st-4th/Mondays. 
Art allows students' creativity to soar while focusing on the fundamentals of drawing, painting and sculpture. K-4th/Tuesdays. 
Hip Hop is all about choreography and making dance routines with the instructor for the Dallas Mavs dancers. K-4th/Mondays. 
Bricks 4 Kidz gets kids engaged with a STEAM lesson followed by building a B4K model. Models are motorized and bring science to life. We build different models each week. K-4th/Tuesdays.
Questions? Contact Marcela Reva at 214.295.3400 or mreva@akibaacademy.org.