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NCE Middle School Programs
Needham Community Education’s NCE Elementary program offers a wide array of after school classes at each elementary school at the end of the school day.
Health and Wellness
Exercise and recreation classes
Fine arts and crafts
DYI, home, garden and skills classes
Humanities and science programs
Investment and financial planning classes
Learn to play a game or improve your game skills
SSAT, SAT prep, PSAT prep, and prep school, college and grad school application related programs for students and parents.
High Rock After School Clubs & Classes
Pollard After School Clubs & Classes
NCE Elementary After School Classes for Broadmeadow Students
NCE Elementary After School Classes for Eliot Students
NCE Elementary After School Classes for Mitchell Students
NCE Elementary After School Classes for Newman Students
NCE Elementary After School Classes at Sunita WIlliams
NCE Kids' Late Afternoon and Evening Classes
NCE Kids Virtual Classes
Week 1: July 5–7
Summer Explorations programs for Week 2: July 10–14
Summer Explorations programs for Week 3: July 17–21
Summer Explorations programs for Week 4: July 24–28
Private Music Lessons
This program is designed for students who are already proficient in the skills taught in all previous levels and who want to increase their conversational and reading abilities. Conducted entirely in Italian, this course provides students with an opportunity to markedly improve their speaking and listening skills. In the fall session, we will be reading "Il Mistero del Parco a Verona" by Melanie Chircop and in the winter session, we will read "Il Vero Nome di Cenerentola" by Stefania Groppi (available in paperback or on Kindle). Lessons will entail book discussion and advanced grammar topics. If you miss a class, you may view the recording or schedule a half-hour private lesson with the instructor ($35, purchase at nce.reg.eleyo.com or by phone with NCE).
Barry Bridgelal was born and raised until the age of 8 on the island of Trinidad. His family then moved to Boston. His years living in a cosmopolitan city, coupled with his multicultural background, fostered Barry’s proclivity for foreign languages. He has studied more than ten different languages! After undergraduate and post-graduate studies at Tufts University and King's College, Barry started his teaching career. For the past 13 years, Barry has been teaching all levels of French, Italian and Spanish at area institutes and universities. In the classroom, he strives to show how a new language provides a new vision on life.
No Class Dec 21 & Dec 28
Full - waiting list
No Class Dec 25 & Jan 1
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