Art Yowza 1617 Encinal Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Located in a carriage house studio at Gold Coast of Alameda, Art Yowza offers visual arts programs for adults and kids.…More Art Yowza organizes camps and classes and aims to develop an individual's creativity through its programs. All of its programs are offered in a beautiful setting, with a small class size to ensure individual attention and help every learner to grow. For more information, visit the website or call at the number provided.
Bay Area School of Enterprise 1900 3rd St, Alameda, CA94501 The Bay Area School of Enterprise (BASE) is one of the newest secondary charter schools in Alameda and the first…More "youth-initiated" charter high school in the country. The learning approach is hands-on and self-motivated—with small-class sizes, emphasizing real-world experience, college preparation, counseling and leadership opportunities. Its goal is to foster young leaders to affect positive change in the community and on a larger scale. It enrolls approximately 90-100 students per year and has been at its current location for two years. It is run by the nonprofit organization, Alternatives in Action.
Super Scholars offers a variety of programs and private tutoring to prepare children for school and to foster…More progressive learning. Program director Carla Fedor has 14 years of professional experience as an elementary school teacher and private tutor. Carla and the staff at Super Scholars utilize their knowledge and professional experience to teach students with a wide range of academic, social and emotional needs.
The kindergarten readiness program is available for children ages 3, 4 and 5, to prepare young children to thrive in the social and academic environments of elementary school. Activities and group work focus on learning numbers, letters, colors, shapes and handwriting.
Additionally, private tutoring is available, as well as Homework Hangout, Kindergarten Club, and Mommy and Me. In all programs, class size is limited to maintain a standard of individual attention and instruction.
Constructed in the 1980s, Leydecker Park features a softball field, three tennis courts, a basketball court and a…More children's playground with swings and a climbing structure. The outdoor facilities are lit only for scheduled activities or rentals. Free parking is available in the adjacent Harbor Bay Landing lot.
On non-holidays, the three picnic tables can be rented for private parties, as can the softball field from April 1 through October 31. Pricing varies with the size of the group, non-profit status and Alameda residency.
Leydecker hosts an ever-changing menu of classes and activities for all ages: Tiny Tots for the pre-school crowd; engineering and construction for elementary schoolers; tennis, softball and flower arranging for adults. Consult the seasonal activity guide mailed out by the Alameda Park and Recreation Department or visit www.arpdeplay.com.
Leydecker Field is also one of the sites for ARPD's free Starlight Movies in the Park.
And don't miss the childcare options. Enter the lottery for registration in the Recreation Afterschool Program (RAP) for first through fifth graders.