TAAS provides students with the opportunity to take voluntary after-school activity classes. These classes change every semester depending on interest, teachers, and abilities.
These after-school classes are classes that are not generally provided for in the normal daily curriculum but are able to offer students additional learning opportunities in a more relaxed atmosphere. These classes are generally more practical in what the students get to learn, as well as doing certain sport-specific classes for those more athletically inclined.
Sport classes offered have included beginning and advanced gymnastics, basketball, American flag football, soccer, and a general sports class covering multiple sports in one semester.
Outside of sports activities, TAAS has started offering many technology-based programs. There is the Mindcraft class, which is hugely popular, and the robotics class, where students get to learn how to build and program Lego EV3 Mindstorm Robots. Recently, we have also seen the rise in popularity of the Kidchen Culinary class, and a Science experiment class.
Other classes that have been offered in the past include cooking, baking, gardening, English study, Chinese calligraphy, and beginning Bible study. These classes are always fun and help students grow in the more practical arts of life.