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  • Fundamentals of Basketball

    This class is designed to teach kids the fundamentals of basketball. Lessons will focus on shooting form, dribbling skills, and passing. Beginners and experienced students are welcome. Students will have the opportunity to play 5 on 5 against each other. Developing a positive culture that promotes self-confidence and teamwork will be our foundation. Students will be engaged in various drills and games to help improve their basketball fundamentals.
  • Gymnastics and Tumbling Session 4

    Session 4: March 9 - May 8, 2020 Classes offered Monday - Friday *Note: Session 4 open only to students currently enrolled in the Gymnastics program Gymnastics is a sport that requires balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination and endurance. The skills and movements required in gymnastics contribute to the development of all muscle groups. Movement Education gives students an understanding of anatomy combined with effort and spatial awareness. The accomplishments of their goals/skills promotes self confidence in a fun learning environment. Safety is always a top priority when teaching skill progression. Gymnastics classes include instruction on the balance beam, uneven bars, floor, vault and parallel bars. Classes are for boys and girls. Tumbling classes specialize in perfecting floor skills. At least one year of gymnastics classes is required unless approved by instructor. All classes are one hour with the option to take more than once a week. Following registration, Instructor will place each student in appropriate class based on age and ability. Two Payment Options Available
  • Karate

    Pembroke Karate classes are offered through Force One Karate School in Statesboro. Brett Hise, owner of Force One, holds a third degree black belt in Korean Hapkido and first degree black belt in Tang Soo Do.
  • Scoops Lacrosse

    Scoops is a Lacrosse class that encourages lifetime learners to appreciate physical activity and health. Students can develop a passion for playing Lacrosse with a focus on having fun while learning. Students will learn how to run with the ball, throw, catch, score, and more. All Lacrosse goals, sticks, and balls are included during class time.
  • Spring Speed - Mini-Track

    Add some variety to your list of sport accomplishments through the new Spring Speed program. Let your child experience the thrill of racing their friends while realizing their physical and mental potential. This 5 session speed program, designed and lead by RHHS’s USATF certified, 8x Savannah Morning News’ Coach of the Year Levi Sybert, brings focus to speed side of the sport of Track & Field in a fun and interactive way. Participants will meet at Richmond Hill’s High’s Track Complex where they will be paired up with students of similar ability in order to prepare for their meet with the high school students at the Apex Invite. Our goal is that each child will experience first hand how to find fun and thrill in an activity they can do anywhere at anytime.
  • Taekwondo

    Taekwondo is translated into “the way of the hands and feet”and is designed to enhance balance, agility and flexibility.Courtesy, respect, perseverance, self-control and positivethinking are the foundations for achieving success in martial arts training. Instructor Bradd Flemmings has 40 years’ experience in martial arts instruction. Master Flemmings is a 6th degree black belt and he has additional martial arts instruction in Karate, Mudukwan, Hapkido, Jujitsu, Krav Maga (Israeli Self Defense) and Hwa Rang Do. Placement in the class will be determined at time of registration. Uniforms and belt testing are available through the instructor. Uniforms must be worn.
  • Tennis

    This is an introduction to tennis class, designed to bring kids into the game by utilizing specialized equipment, shorter court dimensions and modified scoring, all tailored to age and size. It’s the fast, fun way to get kids into tennis and keep them playing. These are year-long classes. Students will need a 21, 23 or 25-inch racket, available from any sporting goods outlet or discount store. If you do not have a racket or do not know what size your child needs, the instructor will provide a sample for your child to try before you make a purchase.