We are sorry to say that all clubs are temporarily on hold due to health risks and logistics associated with COVID-19.

Clubs are one to two hour long activities that run with the same group of students for multiple sessions during the school year. These sessions tend to be once a week or once a month for 4 to 11 sessions. All clubs are offered for various grade levels dependent on the interest of the location.

Please see below for past clubs (on hold until further notice).

Club Schedule - Guelph

John Galt P.S. - Mondays

  • Mix It Up Mondays (various activities)

  • Time: 3:00pm to 4:00pm

  • Grades: 3 to 6

  • Cost: $48 for 6 sessions

  • Dates: April 6 to May. 25 (excluding breaks)

  • Register here.

John Galt P.S. - Tuesdays

  • Drama Club

  • Time: 3:00pm to 4:15pm

  • Grades: 3 to 6

  • Cost: $80 for 8 sessions

  • Dates: April 7 to May 26

  • Register here.

Kortright Hills Neighbourhood Group - Thursdays and Fridays

  • Day: Thursdays and Fridays for 6 to 8 sessions (depending on breaks)

  • Time: 3:20pm - 5:30pm

  • Age: 6 and up

  • Cost: $17/session/kid

  • Theme: Active Bodies and Mix-it Up

  • Register here

King George Public School - Saturdays

STEMtacular Saturdays (April 18 and 25)

  • Time: 12:00 to 1:55 pm

  • Age: Grades 3 to 6

  • Cost: $35/student in total

Click here to register for either

Club Descriptions


This club will offer hands-on activities in various STEM topics from biology/living things to programming, as well as engineering design challenges and math/logic puzzles.

Mix It Up

This club is a mix of activities from STEM to crafts with free time and games.

Active Bodies

This club is a mixture of team challenges, Human body sciences, and physical activities.

Drama Club

Games and activities to get you moving and learning how to express yourself through acting. Activities are based on the Ontario curriculum and developed by a Drama Teacher.

Innovative Designers

Club members will learn about innovative ideas and discoveries made in STEM fields, while learning what it takes to make inventions of their own. This club will get kids thinking about what problems exist in the world and how they could use discoveries in STEM to make improvements. Topics include, but are not limited, to civil engineering, environmental engineering, building and design, and technology.


Club will pair youth with senior residents at the retirement resident to learn about STEM and the impacts of technology on people in retirement homes. Our goal for this program is to allow the two generations to inspire and educate each other through hands-on STEM activities.


Ever wondered how the worlds of Art and STEM overlap? Join Sarah, an Artist and a Scientist, in a club that builds, creates, paints, and makes music all with the help of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math).

Space Exploration

Space Exploration with Life Gears Academy. Ever wonder what's out there? Join us to make planets, design aliens, build rockets, and much more!