June 3rd and June 6th – Enrichment Class Trial

June 7th – Field Day Games Summer Kick Off

Preview the nZone’s exciting new lineup of fall Homeschool Enrichment classes!  Register for the fall sessions before July 1st and receive 10% off!

On Monday and Thursday, your child can experience the variety of classes we’re offering in the fall so you can get a jump start on planning your fall curriculum.  They can select one class, multiple classes or attend both days and try all of the classes before registering for our fall sessions.  Our safe, secure environment; convenient location, variety of classes; plus food options on premise ensure a stress-free day for you and fun learning for your kids.

No Registration Required For Trial Day!

Class Schedule and Costs

Class TimesOption 1Option 2Option 3
9 a.m.Gymnastics - Level II
10 a.m.LEGO Robotics - 90 min.
Gymnastics - Level I
11 a.m.Photography
12 p.m.Lunch and Recess
1 p.m.Creative Writing
Sloppy Science
Sports Science
2 p.m.4-7 year old Cooking
Intermediate Ballet
Outdoor Adventures
3 p.m.8+ year old Cooking
Beginner Ballet
Physical Education (PE)

*NOTE:  All supply fees are included in class costs.  Students under age 7 must have a parent present for the LEGO Robotics class.

Class times, options and curriculum will be the same Monday and Thursday.  Your kids can try different classes each day during a specific time slot so you’ll know what to enroll them in for the fall.  Classes are each one hour except LEGO Robotics which is 90 minutes. Classes are designed for students ages 3 years to 15 years.

June 7th – Field Day Games Summer Kick Off

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

$25 per student

Kids will play a variety of traditional field day games such as relay races, tug of war, sack races, ring toss, water balloon toss and more.  Pack a lunch or purchase a meal from the Fuel Café.  Remember to bring a bathing suit and towel or a change of clothes.

Registration is required.


Trial Class and Fall Class Descriptions:

Around the World Geography (all ages) – Take a trip around the world with us, you won’t even need a passport!  Students will learn about a different country each week.  They will learn common phrases, the capital, cultural facts, and maybe even sample some traditional foods or play some cultural games.

Art (all ages) – “Every child is an artist.” – Pablo Picasso.  Each child will learn to express themselves using different mediums from acrylics to clay to felt.  They will also learn about a different artist each week, practicing some of the techniques that were unique to that artist.  Students will create a unique art project to take home after each class.


Beginners (ages 3+) – Students will move and spin while they learn the basics of classical ballet. This class is intended for younger students and those who are just beginning their journey into the world of ballet.

Intermediate – Students in this class will continue their journey into the world of ballet, practicing balance, poses, and flexibility.  The class is intended for older students, or those who have had experience with ballet.

Cooking Classes for beginners (ages 4-7)-   Does your child always want to help out in the kitchen? Students in this beginner level class will learn kitchen safety as well as basic cooking techniques.  They will stir, mix, and fold ingredients together to create delicious dishes, featuring ingredients they may not be used to.  After they sample their cooking, they will go home with recipes and leftovers.

Cooking Classes for intermediate (ages 8+)- Is your child interested in learning how to make delicious meals from scratch? Students in this intermediate level class will create different dishes each week. They will learn more advanced kitchen skills like food safety, basic knife skills, and other culinary techniques.  After sampling their creations, they will go home with recipes and leftovers.

Creative Writing (ages 10-15) – Students will learn to express themselves, convey their messages in thoughtful ways and engageg their readers.  They will create their own works as well as study works of experienced writers.  They will learn what makes writing interesting as well as what elements can be used to make their writing come alive.

Gymnastics:  Did you know that Gymnastics is one of most beneficial sports that children can participate in? And physical fitness is just the beginning! Gymnastics provides children with improved mental clarity and focus, increased bone health, muscle strength and builds self- confidence! Children who participate in Gymnastics and other organized sports are more likely to have positive social interactions, less sick visits and more self-esteem!  Our partners, the professionals at LOCO Gymnastics in Ashburn, will be teaching the classes.

Recreational LEVEL 1: Introductory program designed for ages 3-10. Introduces skills and concepts such as body awareness, body placement and position, focus and listening. Children will learn to do table tops, forward and back rolls, handstands etc.

Recreational LEVEL 2: Advanced course offered once all level 1 requirements have been met. Skills become more challenging, class times increase and longer attention span is required during instruction. Children continue to build upon all skills in level 1 and advance to beam dismounts, compound floor skills and routines and bar and vault work.

LEGO Robotics Mindstorm Madness (ages 5-15) – Discover, create, build, and program!  Participants will work together to build and program a robot which can move, spin, grab, and talk.  Participants will use bricks, motors, and sensors to build their creations.  They will learn how to program the robot’s actions.  This class will take any love of Legos and robots to the next level.  NOTE:  This class is 90 minutes.

Music (all ages) – “Music is a more potent instrument than any other for education because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.” – Plato.  Students will begin to learn the building blocks of music.  They will practice solfedge, learn about music notes, rhythm and beats all while having fun and jammin’ out.

Outdoor Adventures (ages 6-12) – “Nature is a tool to get children to experience not just the wider world, but themselves.” – Stephen Moss.  In this class, students will learn the basics to have their own camping adventure including multiple ways to build a camp fire, pitch a tent, tie useful knots and cook a meal outdoors.  This class is perfect for anyone who loves being outside in the rain or sunshine!

Photography (all ages) – “Photography is all about light, composition, and, most importantly, emotion.”- Larry Wilder.  Join professional photographer Anna Miller in a hands on class teaching the basics of photography.  Students will learn the rule of thirds, exposure, lighting, and basic photography vocabulary. Students will need to bring their own camera (Digital, point and shoot, or even a smart phone).

Physical Education (P.E.) (all ages) – Kids will learn a new sport each week.  From the fundamental sports basics to more advanced skills, kids will have a blast and break a sweat.  We’ll teach them the rules, the essentials of teamwork, and how to be a winner on and off the playing field.

Sloppy Science (all ages) – It’s no surprise that kids learn best when they can explore and try things for themselves. Come check out our sloppy science class in action, while we make chemical reactions, collect data, and make a big mess. Your budding scientist will experience our amazing world hand on….the best part? You won’t have to clean anything up!!

Sports Science (ages 10+) – We’ll translate the American love of baseball into an appreciation, understanding and passion of the science and mathematics underlying the sport using the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Science of Baseball initiative.

STEM (ages 6-12) – Explore the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, with a lot of creativity, teamwork, and FUN!  Students will work in teams to create and complete projects using 3D printing, Stop-motion animation, and other techniques.