Entheos has the privilege of partnering with USU Extension, through Salt Lake County 4-H, to provide additional opportunities at no cost for our school community. 4-H is a national organization that helps youth reach their full potential through engaging programs and leadership opportunities.
A variety of clubs are offered after school, giving students a chance to develop skills and gain new (often lifelong!) interests. These include: STEM, art, cooking, sewing, natural world, and others. These are offered on a rotating basis, once a week or once a month, depending on club.
Entheos offers a National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) and National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) club for students in 5th-8th grades. Students meet with their peers to assess needs in the school and local community and plan service projects. (Participants commit to performing service hours both in and out of club meetings).
Students in 4th grade and up can learn programming, coding, teamwork, and presentation skills while preparing to compete in an annual Lego League robotics competition. (Robotics teams require a time commitment and may have an additional fee).
Students are able to spend time before school reading with volunteers while earning free books!
Students can receive focused help through small group tutoring sessions. Typically, this is offered in an after school setting.
Families are invited to participate in special activities that focus on different themes, such as literacy, STEM, service, and even Star Wars!
Please note: Participation in 4-H events, with the exception of Family Nights, requires registration in 4-H. Entheos Academy has received a grant to cover student registration fees for the 2022-23 school year.