Christophe's Kitchen is a healthy food choice priced as a fast food meal. Order latest Friday eve from our menu on line, followed by delivery Monday or walk in and get what's cooking, grab a lunch. Everything is made from scratch daily and all food styles jumps off the stove according to Christophe's mood.
Founded by a group of former college and professional athletes, Innerman Community Sports Personal Trainer and Fitness Coach strives to instill the hard-working ethos of the student athlete into its charges. Specializing in track and field, the group also provides training in speed and agility, as well as in soccer and basketball fundamentals. In programs aimed toward kids in grades 1–11, coaches help young'uns perfect their physical form while teaching less-tangible but no-less-important qualities such as social responsibility and the ability to think thoughts without verbalizing them. Members of all ages regularly participate in community-service projects and avail themselves of the professional trainers, who provide custom workout regimens and new nutrition plans.
Five high-definition plasma big screens, Wii and Xbox 360 consoles, and more than 300 top video-game titles. This isn't a peek inside the interior of a gaming enthusiast's dream world—it's the inside of StreetGamz's kid-friendly gaming bus. The spacious mobile gaming center accommodates up to 18 guests with adult-supervised video-game consoles and dance stations. StreetGamz also arranges games of laser tag, giant hamster ball rides, Zorbing, Water Wars, and Strike Force. They specialize in making birthday parties, bar mitzvahs, cookouts, tailgating, and family reunions into unique bashes. StreetGamz's climate-controlled bus is ready to roll out to these events rain or shine.
Aya Academy of Excellence believes that every mind deserves a nurturing environment to learn. Therefore, the Academy promotes innovative instruction in small, customized academic workshops. Classes focus on stem learning—such as math and robotics—and include hands-on activities and sensory experiences. A learning lab incorporates writers workshops, Montessori sessions, and technology programs to help kids in grades 1–8 explore their academic potential and their brain's potential to move objects on its own. Saturday classes for homeschool students and summer camps also combine these lessons with topics such as environmental science, engineering, and architecture.
At The Tutoring Center, pages flip and numbers crunch as smiling students reinforce study habits during one-on-one tutoring sessions. Tutors employ the trademarked Rotational Approach to Learning, which was first developed to assist children with ADD and ADHD. The system breaks down material into 15- and 30-minute intervals to boost students’ understanding and retention. Academic subjects include basic overviews of reading, writing, and math as well as advanced programs that teach memorization strategies and stress management.
Medical Career Specialists’ team of instructors has one mission: to prepare students for medical-certification tests and future careers, all in one week or less. The nine different medical programs, which begin every week on Saturday, train students in a variety of professions, from EKG technician to medical-lab assistant. Within five days, students can learn about the complexities and procedures required of a surgical technician, or train to become a certified pharmacy technician. Additionally, the center also provides CPR and first-aid classes.