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After School Enrichment

If all the world's a stage, then theatre sets you up for life! 


We nurture each type of learner to support all students in their development. Our classes not only prepare our students to step into the spotlight, but cultivate invaluable set of life skills, which will set them on a path for success in which ever career they choose. 

Our classes develop and foster confidence, focus, self awareness, social emotional learning, creativity, sensory awareness, choice making, reading and comprehension skills, building the necessary tools for students to be successful in and outside of the classroom.

PEAK Theatre Arts Programs include:

  • Classes offered in your school and or community. We bring our program to you! 

  • Curriculum designed to meet the Visual & Performing Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools.

  • Culturally and historically relevant curriculum  

  • 12-16 Sessions of programming 

  • Up to 90 Minutes of Instruction 

  • Maximum of 15 students per cohort

  • Passionate, experienced and professional teaching artists- Theatre is our sport! 

  • A showcase for family, friends and community members. 

Created by Ella B. 5th Grade

Program: STEAM in the Scene: where Drama & STEAM meet

Class: Gadgets, Characters, Commercials Oh My! 

Write, Direct and Act in your own commercial. STEAM never looked so cool! 


NEW STEAM in the Scene- where Drama & STEAM meet
Students learn how to apply performance technique and theatre fundamentals in their every day life as they deepen their understanding of science, technology, engineering, arts and math through theatre arts.

We spotlight BIPOC plays and stories. In the world of theatre, students have the opportunity to step into the shoes of the characters they play. Through these characters, youth develop a deeper understanding of self, cultural relativity and historical significance of the work. In addition, students create and apply physical, vocal and emotional skills to support the development of the character and scene, while learning theatre fundamentals through improv games. 

Once Upon a Time- Story Drama
Students utilize picture books, folktales, history narratives and true life events to ignite their imagination to create plays and scenes of their own. Students learn how to connect story and drama inspired by their real life attitudes and understandings to create characters and scenarios they identify with. 

Your Story On Stage
Students take the full reign to write direct and act in a short scene they've written. They learn how to apply 4 major components in theatre arts: stage design, costume design, sound, and digital and media techniques to tell their story. 


The Fairytale Network by John Woodard
performed by St. Francis students in grades 2nd-8th. 

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