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Courses & Workshops

With Spring around the corner, Evergreen students and faculty are eager to take advantage of the light-filled afternoons and warmer temperatures. The change in season means even more time outdoors after school, exploring our beautiful campus and beyond. Popular courses are back, like Fishing Club and Chess with Rookly, and new offerings are sure to create a buzz, too, such as Basketball for Lower School and Painter’s Paradise!

Spring Evergreen runs from Monday, March 25 through Friday, May 31.

Weekly courses are open to the community! 

For enrolled Pine Point Students, our daily Creative Play and Learning Labs run from dismissal through 4:30 p.m., and you may sign up through Evergreen for the season at a discount to secure your student’s spot, or use the SchoolPass app to drop in on a daily basis as space permits.

All families new to Evergreen will need to create an account and add each student in their household to the account. Students are not considered fully registered until payment is received, so don’t forget to check out after adding programs to your cart.

Have a question? We’d love to help.


Basketball, Mondays, 3:30-4:30
Dates: April 1, April 15, April 22, April 29, May 6, May 13
Grades: 1, 2, 3 & 4
Instructor: Chris Hurtgen

Learn and practice dribbling, passing, and shooting skills while working together on fluid, team-oriented offense on the court. We will learn the rules of the game, defensive principles and establish important habits that lead to balance and good decision-making. Our course features skills challenges as well as fun, competitive scrimmages. Every player receives a team jersey!

Note: this is a 6-week course. You may select to register for the course ONLY, or add on Creative Play/Learning Lab for the remainder of the spring session.


Painter’s Paradise, Tuesdays, 3:30-4:30
Grades: 2, 3, 4, & 5
Instructor: Jenn Roche

If you are a young artist who finds peace and passion in painting, come join Ms. Roche this Spring in Painter’s Paradise! We will explore our creativity through many spring-themed art and crafty activities. Grab a smock and get ready to create some precious and picturesque paintings!

Adult Art Open Studio
Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
April 16 – May 21
Instructor Maria Iacoi
Location: Pine Point School art room
Course Fee: $240 for 6-week session or $45 for drop-in classes

Join art teacher Maria Iacoi at Pine Point School for our ongoing open studio course, which is designed for beginner or experienced artists ages 18 and older. We explore a variety of media and provide the time and space to create independent, imaginative or representational works of art with support and guidance. Mediums and subject matter are determined with student input, but are likely to include painting, printmaking, collage, and drawing.
This course is designed to accommodate drop-ins if you’re not available for the full session or just want to try it out!


Fitness & Fun 
Wednesdays, 3:30 – 4:30
Instructor: Beth Abbiati
Grades: Pre-K(4), K & 1

Join Ms. Abbiati this spring for a fun and creative way to build fundamental movement skills! Through dance, fitness, and games, students will improve body awareness, balance, and control and discover the principles of fitness. Class will engage young learners through jazz and hip hop dance, movement games, music-based activities, and so much more!


Chess with Rookly
Thursdays, 3:30-4:30
Grades 2, 3, 4, 5
Instructor: Luke Brown

Rookly began when founders Amir Moazami and Matthew Zeitlin were six years old competing on the Horace Mann chess team. Chess kept them close as they went to colleges on opposite coasts. Amir and Matthew founded Rookly to share their love of the game with children across the country. Our classes are structured to develop academic confidence in students by starting from piece movement and gradually building to more complicated strategical ideas.

Note: Rookly classes are remote, and will be held on campus in a supervised space. Students will need devices to access the Rookly platform. Students will need to bring headphones, and Evergreen will provide devices.


Fishing Club Fridays, 3:30-4:30
Session 1: April 5, April 12, April 19 & May 3 (no class on 3/29 or 4/26)
Session 2: May 10, May 17, May 24, May 31
Grades 5, 6, ,7, 8, & 9
Instructor: Caleb Rose

Grab your pole and your lures, hop aboard Quest II, and get ready for all things fishing! Discover the secrets to using advanced fishing techniques and find out how to catch a big fish when no one else can. Develop and construct your own fishing equipment, lures and rigs. Learn how to pick the right equipment for the particular style of fishing you are interested in.

Includes: Smiles, boat trips, improved fishing skill set, positivity, unofficial guide to all the best fishing locations.

Please bring appropriate clothing and gear for cold weather and for spending time on the water. If needed, Mr. Rose will provide proper gear and equipment to students.