Our students are involved in many activities, both within the Coral Reef Montessori Academy and other community sports, cultural, and arts organizations. CRMA teachers provide mentoring and support beyond the typical school day hours. Of the multitude of events and activities that take place here on campus afterschool, students have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety, at a nominal cost. This year, we are offering the following extracurricular activities afterschool:

CRMA After School Sports Program

Tennis, Basketball, Soccer & PeeWee Soccer

Register here

Where: CRMA basketball court and soccer field

When: Dade County Sports Information Schedule

Pricing: Varies per program. Please check the website (link above)

Soccer | GradesPreK3 – 6 If this is your child’s first experience with soccer, the primary goal is fun. Your child will learn fundamental skills through drills and games in a non-competitive setting with a primary focus on motor skills, coordination and confidence building. Skills covered include ball control, shooting and scoring in a team environment.

Basketball | Grades 2 – 6 Kids are grouped by age and ability. Our professional coaches will highlight basic skills such as passing, shooting, receiving and dribbling with a special focus on team building and sportsmanship. All levels of play will scrimmage and practice age-appropriate offense/defense plays.

Quick Start Tennis | Grades PreK3 – 6 The Jane Forman Tennis Academy, utilizing USTA’s Quick Start format will offer the fundamentals of tennis in a fun and recreational manner. Jane Forman’s coaches will teach stroke production, rules and regulations, and how to score.

Who are the Coaches? All team coaches are adults/certified professionals with training in their respective sports.

What are practices like? We introduce sports for your school in a fun and recreational manner. The important issue to remember is fun. We are simply creating a positive atmosphere for your child so that he or she will feel confident to try out for a sport in middle school.

CRMA String/Orchestra Program

Sponsor: Ms. Laura Wilcox

Welcome to CRMA Strings, FALL 2018! This program is run through Miami Youth for Chamber Music (MyCM). Students enrolled in the CRMA/MyCM String Classes will also have the opportunity to participate in MyCM musical community events and performances.

Thursdays, 2:00 -3:00 PK/K and 3:00 – 4:00 Strings

Fall Classes run from September 13 – December 13.
(Make-ups are available during other days of the week at other MyCM Preparatory sites).
Performances in the community and at CRMA will take place during the semester.

$15.00 Application Fee*
$180.00 – Fall Tuition for new students
$170.00 – Fall Tuition for returning students

Sibling reduced tuition:
$100.00 – 1st Sibling
$ 50.00- 2nd Sibling

$15.00 – optional instrumental rental (full semester)

Applications are available online here: https://mycm.wufoo.com/forms/z8c427z0qvayza/

And online at the Miami For Youth Chamber Music website: www.mychambermusic.org

About the teacher: LAURA WILCOX was born into a family of classical musicians and started the violin at the age of 5. She has collaborated in many crossover ventures with artists and composers from North America, Asia, Europe, Central and South America and is committed to teaching string methods that include traditional European music, American fiddling, and world music traditions. She studied at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada where she received the Concert Diploma with High Distinction. Ms. Wilcox is a founding member of the Deering Estate Chamber Ensemble and records and performs with her husband, pianist Jose R. Lopez (Coordinator of Keyboard studies at Florida International University-School of Music). They both live in Southwest Miami with their four-legged family of rescued dogs.

Laura Wilcox, MyCM Director; 305-898-9541

Chess Club

Sponsor: Ernesto Alvarez
All grades 3.00pm to 4.00pm Fridays
Learn to “think BIG” by joining the CRMA Chess team, where strategy and art come together! Chess is the perfect intellectual sport if: your child enjoys creative activities, such as music, drawing, or writing; enjoys playing and socializing with other kids; needs to learn to be more competitive and in charge; needs to improve his/her concentration; or lacks a hobby or passion.
Club meets once a week and cost is only $100 for 9 hour-long lessons!
To join, or with questions, contact mychessclass@gmail.com
or 305-910-8883

Chess Club Flyer

French Lessons – Des Leçons en Français

Sponsor: Mme. Nancie Albert
Lessons start October 3rd 2019
$80 monthly, annual registration fee: $30 Download flyer here
Contact Nancie Albert for more information.
Call 305-457-1879
Email: NancieAlbert@yahoo.fr


Sponsor: Ms. Aurelis Rodriguez
Habla español? (Do you speak Spanish?) With this class, you will be able to converse with 2/3 of Miami’s population that is Spanish-speaking. There is a one-time registration fee of $20 and a monthly fee of $50 for one day per week and $90 for two days per week. To register please download and complete the registration form and follow instructions therein.

Download registration form here

Garden Club

Sponsor: Ms. Schoor
After school garden club that is student led and parent/teacher supported
By gardening kids learn: where their food comes from, how they’re connected to plants and the natural world, nutrition, biology, how to work together, cause and effect, the importance of water to all life. All this whilst having fun!

Thursdays at 3.30pm

For information contact Ms. Schoor at Rbmt1234@gmail.com

Peace Committee

Sponsor: Ms. Lucy Canzoneri-Golden
Beginning in sixth grade, CRMA students may join the Peace Committee, and remain active through eighth grade. Year-round fundraisers are central to the Peace Committee’s work. Over the past years, the Peace Committee has collected donations for Haiti’s earthquake victims, Indonesia’s tsunami victims and assisted in times of global crisis by being good neighbors and compassionate citizens. Last year, they participated in a program to bring clean drinking water to several communities in Africa. Volunteering at a local homeless shelter is the primary activity for 6th graders, where they learn the value of service through serving meals and working in the daycare at the shelter. Seventh graders work in the cafeteria at the shelter. Eighth graders have the opportunity to participate in the Global Citizenship Action Project, a professional conference for students, held annually in New York City in October. The goal of this trip is to open their eyes to the work of the United Nations and “share their knowledge and passion about the issues facing the world and what they can do to make a difference.”

CRMA Rays Girl Scouts – Daisies and Brownies:

Troop Leaders: Rosemary Smith-Hoel, Megan Barrow and Melyssa Lopez
Meetings are on Thursday evenings at the school.
For information on registration and meeting times please contact Rosie at rowzsmith@aol.com