The Language Factory's interactive classes and engaging curricula spur the development of language centers in growing minds, giving kids a head start in future communications with continental chums. Language-sponges aged 4–13 can enroll in group classes that quickly immerse them in a thick bouillabaisse of soupy foreign words and culture. Sage teachers well versed in lingual niceties and child-herding keep classes engaged through song, leading students in stirring renditions of the handful of French songs not about pizza pies. Through language games, tongues will learn the fricatives that they'll need to argue with Parisian cab drivers or Spanish conquistadors.
Owned by experienced coaches Jerit and Sarah Pogue, Alpha Omega Gymnastics offers gymnastics classes for beginning and intermediate gymnasts from ages 18 months to 18 years. Classes are held once a week, lasting 45–60 minutes and covering the fundamental gymnastics or tumbling movements and routines. Use the four classes to learn the art of falling with grace in tumbling, with classes ranging from the beginner-friendly tumbling level one to the more advanced level three, where pupils learn how to execute multiple back handsprings as well as flipping while blogging. Toddler gymnastics classes allow wee ones from 18 months to 2 years old to start an excellently balanced lifestyle early on, and older flip fanatics can master the basics of bars, beam, and vault in gymnastics courses grouped according to age and gender.
Tanya Gorguraki and Chris Chung bring more than four decades of combined diving experience to the classes at Dive Zone Scuba, a wealth of expertise that help the facility earned a five-star rating from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI). The diving duo conducts confined water pool sessions in a heated Olympic-sized indoor pool, allowing students to focus on learning proper dive techniques in a controlled environment away from the ocean’s inconstant currents and heckling fish. Each of their courses equips students with certification in a particular area of diving proficiency, unlocking underwater avenues related to open water diving, rescue, or specialty skills.
In a world that's constantly shrinking due to communication technology, the ease of travel, and a mad scientist's reduction beam, bilingual people have a distinct advantage over single-language speakers. Futura Language Professionals embraces this development and prepares its students to tackle international affairs through schools scattered from Minnesota to Florida, offering accessible language courses with a special emphasis on Spanish. Degreed, native-speaking teachers lead classes with a balance of vocabulary and cultural lessons on music, art, and food. Summer camps and afterschool programs await students ages 3–12, whereas adults can hone their communication savvy in classes designed for business conversations, allowing expansion into overseas markets and more successful collaboration when making amusement parks on the moon.
Houston Flight Training’s fleet of nine aircraft includes Cessna propeller planes and Piper small aircraft, but the most impressive part of their lineup remains their six instructors. As individuals, they boast thousands of hours of flight instruction, with even more spent in their own training with and enjoyment of airplanes. They open the sky to new students, taking their charges on Discovery Flights and giving each passenger a turn at the controls. Their thrilling sample only begins the training, as they conduct full classroom and flight certification courses for private pilots.
A certified middle-school, high-school, and college math teacher of more than 15 years, Olga has sent more than 1,000 math-savvy students off into the world. At Say Yes To Success In Math, she's on track to help her next thousand, but this time via private math tutoring. Whether the focus is on pre-algebra, geometry, college-level algebra, or SAT or ACT prep, Olga emphasizes the importance of critical thinking—a skill that her students can take with them to class or to their weekend job as actuary for their friend's startup.