Grasshopper public speaking, leadership, and writing classes and camps are unique because of our integrated life skills approach. We believe it’s never too early to learn about real life and the necessary skills to be successful. This applied approach, along with our professional teachers and curriculum, makes our classes and camps fun and engaging for your students. We will work closely with our valuable school coordinators to handle many of the details to make their job easier. Our teachers, curriculum, and customized service make Grasshopper the best after school program in King County.
Our classes generally meet once per week for 1 or 1.5 hour sessions for 6-10 weeks depending on the needs/desires of your school. Classes are tailored to specific age groups and curriculum adjusted based on class dynamics. Class sizes are a minimum of 10 students and a maximum of 20 providing optimal instruction and learning opportunities.
Our instructors are professional teachers extensively trained in using the Grasshopper curriculum. They are encouraging, caring and motivated individuals who believe that all children can achieve great success. Every instructor has passed a background safety check through the Washington State Patrol.
Grasshopper will make it easy to host a class by providing marketing flyers and an electronic flyer for school web-based mailings to students and parents, and we will provide up to 100 FREE paper flyers. Additional flyers available if needed.
Option 1. It's easy to let us handle it all! Students register through the Grasshopper Enrichment Education website via a link for your school. Once registration is completed, Grasshopper will provide you with a detailed class list including contact information. Payment is handled by our online registration service.
Option 2. Students register and pay through your parent-teacher group or facility.
Yes, Grasshopper can provide proof of liability insurance.
here or call Shawna at 503-662-8146. We will work with you to easily create a custom class program based on the needs and requirements of your school and district or facility.