Learning Advantage Education Center and Preschool's licensed, certified teachers impart valuable skills to children in an entertaining, structured atmosphere. Summer dance camps combine age-appropriate movement instruction with foot-tapping music, fun props, and entertaining themes such as Under the Sea, At the Beach, and Standing Near a Sink. Dancers age 5?8 can bounce around at the Shake Your Groove Thing camp ($40, plus a $5 supply fee), and those age 3?4 can groove to music during the three-day Shake, Rattle and Roll camp ($39, plus a $5 supply fee) or the Lets Twist camp ($40, plus a $5 supply fee).
The lesson begins on the ground with a pre-flight briefing, after which air students will strap into the cockpits of Premier Flight's airplanes, such as the Garmin 430 GPS, for a 30- to 45-minute ride through the skies. These safe, sturdy workhorses of the clouds feature a large canopy design that provides excellent, beginner-friendly stability and unobstructed, beautiful views of Ohio and the giant fireball that hovers over Australia. Premier Flight?s helpful skysperienced instructors will keep the plane in firm control as you learn to navigate the skies, before landing for a post-flight recap and roundtable discussion on the narrative arc of X-Men. Though you won't be certified to fly alone after this lesson, you'll be on your way to going solo. Call to schedule your lesson.
The staff members at Cleveland Flight Lessons work as liaisons between curious students and experienced flying instructors to take the guesswork out of an otherwise fun adventure. Specializing in introductory flights designed for beginners, pilots first debrief students before climbing into the cockpit and soaring up into the sky. Once in flight, students will be given the opportunity to take the controls, and a post-flight briefing will conclude the whole experience.
Kids might get swallowed up in large classes at school, but tutors keep it to five or fewer students at Momentuum, LLC. And its certified instructors and tutors don't suspend learning in the warm months. They keep pushing children in K—12 to reach for their goals in all academic arenas: math, English, the arts, and science. They also create curricula that fit students with special needs.
Behind a real bar, the instructors at Cleveland Bartending School mix cocktails with finesse and expertise, running through barroom staples and trendy cocktails as students look on in bewildered anticipation. After the lectures and demonstrations, the metaphorical table turns, and students man the bar to practice the skills necessary to serve drinks professionally. This is the regular scene during the school's 40-hour mixology program, a professional-caliber class series that covers everything potential mixologists will need to know to sling drinks in the wild.
The courses break down the ingredients of as many as 125 specialty drinks and cocktails?including manhattans and martinis?as well as beer and wine information, customer-service techniques, and responsible alcohol service. The school also adheres to the Anheuser-Busch Beertender and Guinness Perfect Pour training programs. Upon completion of the 40-hour training program, students can take advantage of Cleveland Bartending School's local and nationwide job-placement assistance, which has landed students employment at venues such as Ritz Carlton hotels and resorts, McCormick & Schmick's, and Embassy Suites.
Grape guru and oenophile Marianne Frantz, who holds a diploma from London's Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and who earned an Advanced Sommelier qualification from the Court of Master Sommeliers, founded American Wine School in 2002. She and her school have gone on to shepherd more than 10,000 sippers through classes, tastings, and grape-lookalike contests. Marianne, along with her knowledgeable staff, impart their vino wisdom in classes that range from the basic Wine 101 to the more extensive WSET certification courses. The school's classes and special events have even spilled into seven different states, teaching tongues across the nation to swirl, sniff, and taste the adult beverages and analyze why drinking wine while doing taxes is a bad idea.