Students enrolled in the Electronics class will spend the session designing and building either individual electronic projects or working on larger projects. They will learn soldering, basic electronics, and the use of Arduino based microcontrollers.LEARN MORE >
The weather is getting warmer and it’s time to go outside and play some games. In this class we will play different outdoor games that children and teenagers have played for ages. Kickball, Wiffle Ball, Kick the Can, Hide and Seek, Tag, Four Square, Hopscotch, and Crack the Whip are just a few examples of games we might play. On Tuesdays we plan to travel to the Harbor School and play on their campus while on Thursdays we will play at school. Participation is a must. Having fun is also require Pellentesque nullam.LEARN MORE >
Explore the world of stage makeup. Students in this class will begin by learning about the different materials used in creating special effects on stage and in film. They will then learn techniques and apply stage makeup to create various personas.LEARN MORE >
This elective seeks to prompt students to discover the fun and relevance of designing with Legos. The course will be student directed; the students will investigate real cities, fictional places and structures constructed with Legos.LEARN MORE >
Practice the skills and techniques of jewelry-making. Students will use different materials to design and create their own jewelry pieces. Projects will range from simple to complex: from simple string beading, pendant making, rope braiding to the use of wire or leather.LEARN MORE >
This course invites students to understand basic building skills for the suburban gardener. They will learn simple and practical tips for choosing the appropriate tools, materials, and designs for several garden projectsLEARN MORE >
The F. Bliss Price Arboretum is one of Eatontown’s hidden gems. In this class, we will use this natural resource and preserve to our advantage in multiple ways. We will get outside and enjoy immersing ourselves in nature while being active and building physical fitness.
Basketball is a wonderful sport. It’s a sport of precision, a sport of control and a sport that requires a athletic and physical endurance. Let’s take the skills we learned in our last sports class and focus them in on one specific sport; basketball. We will travel to basketball gyms and learn the basic rules and regulations of playing basketball on a regulations size court.LEARN MORE >
Students in this elective will be exploring various techniques of street art. Through hands on art experiences and research students will create their own version of famous street art found in our area. Students will be able to create their own logo and name to incorporate into each of their art pieces.LEARN MORE >
The purpose of this weekly essential is to allow students to discover the art of stop motion. Students with prior animation experience have an opportunity to experiment with different techniques to create a finished movie. The plan of the class is for the students to learn different animation techniques and materials such as claymation, stop motion with Legos, animation using drawing, and pixilation using live people. The next step will be to create a storyboard to plan the movie and associated shot list. Following this step, the students can use iPads or cameras to capture the individual images necessary to make a movie. The final step will be adding sound and effects using the iMovie softwareLEARN MORE >
Yoga is an ancient practice that can bring the physical, mental and spiritual aspects within each of us into balance. In this class, students will be invited to safely explore the physical postures of yoga to bring about a deeper awareness of themselves, and methods to bring that awareness into their daily livesLEARN MORE >
For the found object sculpture component of the Working for the Earth we will explore the ideas we have and the ways we can work with recycled materials to have our visions come to life.LEARN MORE >
Do you have a drawer full old t-shirts or jeans you’ve outgrown and would like to learn how to either freshen them up or turn them into something completely different?LEARN MORE >
The Voyagers’ Community Service Club seeks to introduce students to the importance and the rewards of participating in community projects to help others and the environmentLEARN MORE >
This class will explore the many aspects of capturing a quality photograph and then explore techniques to alter and adapt photos using Adobe Photoshop techniques. Regardless of the medium, balance in composition, contrast and tone are all important elements to a good piece of artLEARN MORE >
In this course students will build their knowledge of the sewing machine by exploring its anatomy, learning how to operate the machine safely, and how to create basic stitches. They will then put these skills to practice as they complete small projects of choice.LEARN MORE >
This class will move from the basics of beginner guitar to intermediate level. Students will learn first position chords, music theory, single note rhythms and rock riffs, all through the teachings of today’s music and songs. They will also take a look at some history in music, and where the songs they are learning come fromLEARN MORE >
In this 7-week course, students will watch and analyze two foreign films: “The 400 Blows” (in French) by Director Francois Truffaut, and “Slumdog Millionnaire” an Anglo-Indian film by Director Danny Boyle (in English).LEARN MORE >
Disc Golf is a sport that is very similar to regular golf with a twist. Rather than hitting a ball with a club into a hole, players in disc golf see how many throws it takes to make a frisbee disc land in a target.LEARN MORE >
Now that Spring is upon us it is time to be active in the outdoors once again. Let’s run with it! Exercise is the basis for physical and emotional wellness. During this class will learn the rudiments of running as a sport and as a way of keeping fitLEARN MORE >
Cheerleading consists of an enthusiastic, dynamic, fun, hardworking group of young men and women who commit time to the overall success of their team. Dancing is moving rhythmically to music, moving quickly, and in a lively manner. During this class, students will come to know themselves better kinesthetically and be challenged to work together as a team.LEARN MORE >
Are you a dramatic person? Do you like to yell out the first thing that comes to mind? If so, you may be a natural at improvisational theater, which is designed to help actors and entertainers step out of their comfort zone and speak publicly without fear of embarrassment.LEARN MORE >
Guiding young children through hands-on learning experiences based on the natural world is Jaime's passion. She is a lover of nature and a mother of two wonderful children.
Jaime started her journey towards working with children by attending Montclair State University to receive her BA in Family and Child Studies. From there, she continued her journey by starting in a small, non-profit, child care program where she went from being a teacher's assistant to director in just 2 years. Then, Jaime's journey took her to a non-profit agency where her job as a Quality Improvement Specialist directed her on a different path. This path led her to work with child care programs on improving their quality by working in the classrooms with teachers, developing improvements plans and providing trainings. It is there that she received extensive training in curriculum, health and safety practices, quality assessments and infant mental health.
Through those experiences, she has developed a strong sense of understanding about the needs of children. She believes children are at their best when they are given a happy, loving and healthy place to learn and grow.
“If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder, he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement and mystery of the world we live in.” Rachel Carson
Teaching Associate, Preschool
Emma Nuneviller is very excited to be part of the Voyagers' faculty. She continues to learn from her colleagues and the students and to put her ideas into action. Emma recently graduated from Lasell College with a BA in Curriculum and Instruction. Throughout her four years at Lasell she worked with local schools as a student teacher. She taught in every grade from pre-school to 5th grade in public and charter schools and in an autism specialty school. Emma's passion for teaching was evident at Lasell, where she was hand selected to join a group of students visiting and working in Antigua. While there she taught in a local school on the island. This program opened her eyes to the different obstacles that some students have to overcome in order to obtain an education. Emma is a strong believer in incorporating all students' different learning styles in a lesson plan. She sees every student as having potential and encourages them to be the best they can be. Emma is very excited to be part of the Voyagers School Community and looks forward to learning from other faculty members and the students.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition and fees for the 2016 – 2017 school year are as follows:
Full-Time Indexed Tuition – Infants and Toddlers
Infants and Toddlers $2,660 – $13,300
Part-Time Tuition – Toddlers
priority is given to full-time enrollees
All Day | 8:30 – 3:30
Toddler 2-day $ 6,600
Toddler 3-day $ 9,400
Toddler 4-day $11,350
Mornings | 8:30 – 12:30
Toddler 2-day $ 3,800
Toddler 3-day $ 5,400
Toddler 4-day $ 6,500
Toddler 5-day $ 7,800
Afternoons | 12:30- 3:30
Toddler 2 day $ 2,800
Toddler 3 day $ 4,000
Toddler 4 day $ 4,550
Toddler 5 day $ 5,500
Extended Care Services and Fees
7:30am-8:30am and/or 3:30pm-6:00pm
$140 fee per month for the use of early care
$250 fee per month for the use of late care
$ 9.00 | Booked 48 hours in advance. Hourly rate per availability
$12.00 | Booked as needed. Hourly rate per availability
Siblings receive an 5% discount off the lower tuition.
Tuition payments are due as outlined in the Enrollment Agreement. No deduction are given for absences, family vacations, holidays, or closures due to inclement weather, power outages, or other situations beyond our control.
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Voyagers’ Community School
215 Broad Street
Eatontown, NJ 07724