Club registration will be visible at the Archway Registrations website on Wednesday, August 4th. All Clubs will open for registration at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, August 11th.
Half-Day Release Wednesday FAQ (updated 7/26/2021)
Other Wednesday afternoon club options may be announced as details become available.
For Wednesday Athletics please visit the Archway Athletics Page.
Each extra-curricular club and Study Club is sold separately. If you sign your student up for a club during the second session (2:10pm – 3:20pm), you will also need to sign up and pay for your child to be in Study Club during the first session (12:30pm – 2:10pm), unless you pick your child up and bring him or her back to school for his/her club. Your child is not automatically admitted into Study Club if he or she is signed up for an afternoon Extracurricular club.
Overview of Half Day Wednesdays:
• Students are released for pick-up at 12:30pm on Wednesdays, without eating lunch. (Applies to all students who do not participate in clubs or Athenaeum.)
• Lunch: Those enrolled in clubs & Athenaeum eat from 12:30pm – 1:00pm at school.
(No hot lunch is available.)
• Session I clubs run from 1-2:00 pm.
• Session II clubs run from 2:00-3:00pm.
• Parents may enroll students in club(s) on-line only. (Cash not accepted.)
*** Club availability is limited. Make your reservation(s) today! ***
First day clubs will be offered this semester — August 25th.
Clubs/study clubs are NOT available the following Wednesdays this year: 12/8/2021 (Fall Concert Date), TBD (Spring Concert Date). Students will be released at 12:30 PM on these days.
REGISTER for clubs: https://archwaychandler.configio.com/
*All club sign-ups are BY QUARTER unless otherwise specified.
QUESTIONS about clubs: Contact email@example.com
QUESTIONS about Athenaeum: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lego Club (Bricks 4 Kidz)
K – 5th Grade
Bricks 4 Kidz® provides a stimulating atmosphere for young minds to build unique motorized creations and have loads of fun using LEGO® bricks. The activities are designed to spark imaginations and build self-confidence. Fun for girls and boys in grades kindergarten to 5th!
Wednesday Chess Club
K – 5th Grade
Chess Club will meet on Wednesdays
- 2nd – 5th Grade – Session I from 1:00 – 2:00.
- K – 1st Grade – Session II from 2:00 – 3:00.
- The cost is $209 for the semester. Chess Club will start on Aug 25th.
2nd – 5th Grade
Art Club will be held on Wednesdays during Sessions I & II beginning August 25th. These are separate, back to back clubs occurring during each session.
Music Club (Violin / Cello)
3rd – 5th Grade
Violin instruction will be held on Wednesdays during Session I (1:00 – 2:00). Maximum 25 students. Club fee is $200 for the semester.
Viola/Cello instruction will be held on Wednesdays during Session II (2:00 – 3:00). Maximum 25 students. Club fee is $200 for the semester.
- Instrument – Recommended vendors: Arizona Fine Violins (they lease all string instruments, not limited to violins) or Milano Music.
- String Study Book – TBD, may be announced at first class meeting.
Study Club (Limited)
K – 5th Grade
Due to the limitations on space and staffing, Study Club is limited and will only be offered to students (and their siblings) who are registered for other ACC Half Day Wednesday Clubs. After registering for an Archway Half-Day Wednesday club, you will be sent a link via email where you can register for Study Club, if desired.
In the event we have open space in Study Club once club registrations are closed, ACC may offer those spots to families based on first-come/first-served entries on the Study Club Waitlist. Please click the button below join the Study Club Waitlist.
K – 5th Grade
Start Date: Wednesday, October 20th from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Instructor: Stephen Schyberg, PGA
Golf Squad is for both new and continuing students and provides weekly opportunities for your child to learn the technical swing mechanics (i.e. putting, chipping, full swing, etc.) as well as the social skills required to enjoy golf, the clubs, and golf course (i.e. vocabulary, etiquette, rules, history, etc.) all under the instruction of an LPGA or PGA Professional. Golf is a very challenging and fun sport that can lead to college scholarships. So start early and start now…boys and girls! Even if your child already plays, it is great to enjoy weekly, convenient lessons from the pro.
All essentials are provided during on campus classes (Golf Squad Handbook, training equipment, fitted golf clubs, etc.); each student receives a Golf Squad Handbook and Golf Squad hat/visor to keep.