After School Activities

After school activities are an important part of community life at Summit Academy.  They offer an opportunity for our students to explore their talents and interests while having a place to practice social and teamwork skills. The team sports and activities we offer vary depending on students’ abilities, needs and preferences. Therefore, club offerings are subject to change each school year.

Below is a list of frequent and/or currently offered clubs. Feel free to contact school administration or club sponsors to express interest in a particular club. This page will be updated periodically as additional activities open for registration. *Clubs marked with an asterisk are either closed or not available at this time.

Craft Club*

If you have a creative mind, then Craft Club may be for you! This club is tailored for our imaginative students who have a passion for all things crafty. From colorful paper projects to DIY wonders, your student will embark on a journey of artistic exploration, fostering creativity, project planning, and fine motor skills in a fun and supportive environment. Limit 8 students. 

Meeting Dates: OCT: 10, 24; NOV: 14, 28; DEC: 12
Meeting time: Tuesdays 3:15 – 4:30
Registration fee: $60 (includes t-shirt)
Sponsor: Lorraine Schoen [contact]

Drama Club*

GRADES 5-12 
Through drama, students can develop valuable skills in communication, teamwork, and self-confidence. Drama Club members will work together to prepare a fun performance that will be showcased in December. This is a fantastic opportunity for students to shine on the stage! 

Meeting dates: SEP. 21 – DEC. 7
Meeting time: Thursdays 3:15 – 4:30
Registration fee: $80 (includes t-shirt)
Sponsors: Jenny Miller [contactRebecca Hoffmann [contact]

LitVerse Club

LitVerse Club is a haven for young wordsmiths, poets, and book lovers alike. It’s a place where students can unleash their imaginations, explore the magic of storytelling, and dive into the worlds of literature together. Club members will vote on the books they want to read and discuss. We will have in-depth discussions, exploring the more profound messages and themes within the pages. Limit 10 students.

Meeting Dates: SEP. 20 – NOV. 15
Meeting time: Wednesdays 3:15 – 4:00
Registration fee: $40
Sponsor: Crystal Campbell [contact]

Bowling Club*

GRADES 9-12 
Bowling gives students an opportunity to become involved in their high school and teaches good-sportsmanship and fundamentals for a lifetime activity. 

Location: Ten Pin Lanes
Meeting dates: SEP: 15, 22, 29; OCT: 13, 27; NOV: 3, 17; DEC: 1, 8, 15
Meeting time: Fridays 3:40 – 5:10
Registration fee: $100 (covers 2 games/week, shoe rental, & t-shirt)
Sponsor: Holly Graas [contact]

Lego Club*

Lego Club is more than just play; it’s a hands-on learning experience. Sessions will focus on fine motor skills, planning and design, following directions, creativity, and team building. Lego Club will offer a balanced mix of activities to cater to our wide range of interests and skills. Activities will include free building, where students can explore their imaginations and practice self-expression; directed challenges that will test students’ problem-solving skills and encourage innovative thinking; and other projects that will pique their interest. Limit has been exceeded.

Meeting Dates: SEP. 20 – DEC. 6 
Meeting time: Wednesdays 3:15 – 4:30
Registration fee: $75 (includes t-shirt)
Sponsors: Jenny Miller [contactEric Thiese [contact

Nature Craft Club*

Nature Craft Club is a fun and engaging after-school activity that combines the beauty of the outdoors with the joy of creating something unique. During each session, students will transform items found in nature into imaginative crafts. Limit has been met.

Meeting Dates: SEP. 14 – NOV. 16
Meeting time: Thursdays 3:15 – 4:00
Registration fee: $65 (includes t-shirt)
Sponsors: Allison Portale [contact] Stephanie Cain [contact

Cooking Club: Kessler's Kitchen*

GRADES 4-12 
Kessler’s Kitchen is offered in remembrance of former parent, board president, friend, and enthusiastic supporter, Amy Kessler. One of Amy’s passions was cooking – she loved entertaining for her friends and being in the kitchen. Five sessions will be offered with a limit of four students per session.

Session Dates: S4) JAN. 30, FEB. 6, 13, 27; S5) MAR. 6, 13, 20, 27 
Meeting time: Mondays 3:15-4:45
Registration fee: $80
Sponsor: Susan Hill [contact]

Kickball Club*

Come out and enjoy time with friends while learning the rules to kickball and playing each week. Club will be held in the field behind the annex building. In the event of inclement weather, we will play in the gym. Students should wear or bring tennis shoes and can bring athletic attire to change into after school. 

Session Dates: OCT. 4 – DEC. 13 
Meeting time: Tuesdays 3:15 – 4:15
Registration fee: $70 (includes t-shirt)
Sponsors: Allison Portale [contact] David Payne [contact]

Next Level Coding Club*

GRADES 5-12 
Students will use engaging software to develop coding skills while working on specifically designed projects. Coding Club is a fun way to learn to code in a social, after-school setting. Limit 15 students per session. 

Session 2: JAN. 27 – APR. 28
Meeting time: Fridays 3:15 – 4:30 
Registration fee: $85 (includes sweatshirt)
Sponsor: David Winningham [contact]


Sponsored and offered by The Louisville Ballet. No registration fee. Registration is currently closed.

Meeting dates: [not available]
Meeting time: Wednesdays 3:15 – 4:15
Registration fee: $0
Student max: 10
Sponsor: The Louisville Ballet

To register, contact Rebecca Hoffmann at



Club registration is currently closed

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