Archery is available for our Fourth Grade students through a lottery sign-up (10 girls/10 boys). Selected students will be notified in September. We will meet in the Elementary School Gym before school.  National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) promotes student education and participation in the lifelong sport of archery. It helps increase academic achievement by increasing student participation in their school. NASP provides opportunity for individual and group achievement and allows students to excel based on individual effort and practice. NASP provides an equal learning opportunity to all students by using standardized equipment, training, and implementation. Students become a part of something, they feel good about themselves, have improved self-esteem, and improved confidence. More specific information will be given to students selected in the lottery.


Art Club

Art club offers a hands-on opportunity for students of all grade levels to pursue creative interests outside of the typical art classroom. Students explore a variety of two-dimensional as well as three-dimensional media. Art club meets in grade level groups immediately after school until 4:30 p.m. There will be two sessions of art club for each grade level. Each session lasts 4 weeks.

If we have too many registrations, we will have a lottery for available spots and those who don’t make it will be placed on a waiting list. Any student who was on a waiting list last year, will have priority this year. You will receive an e-mail notifying you of the dates for your child’s session.

There is a $10.00 supply fee for art supplies. In order to register for art club, we must receive your fee.  The fee should be sent into school in an envelope with your child’s name and homeroom teacher’s name. Cash or checks made out to IHES are accepted.  If your child is placed on a waiting list, your check or cash will be returned to you. Contact Mrs. Tuznik with any questions: 272-4693,



Choir is a non-auditioned group whose focus is on singing and movement with performance opportunities.

Each grade level has a choir that students commit to for the entire school year.  Choirs have 2 evening performances throughout the school year and 2-3 during school hours. Please check the time commitment before signing up as attendance is mandatory for all rehearsals and performances. Choirs meet weekly to prepare for performances.

If you sign your student up for choir, a letter of performance information, rehearsals, concert dress, etc., will be sent by email.

Rehearsals are in the multi-purpose room and are directed by IHES vocal/choral music specialist, Alice Bohn.

Lastly, choir is based in email communication. Please be sure to include your email on the registration form. If you have no email service, please contact me personally at 272-4735 so we can set you up for paper communication.

Computer Club

Computer Club is an opportunity once a week for students to learn more about computers, software, and other technologies. Classes are held once a week for forty-five minutes.  New sessions begin in the fall and winter. Computer Club is being divided into two different sections.  One section will focus on special computer projects that do not fit into our school computer curriculum.  Minecraft will not be played in this section.  Projects may include 3D printing, movie making, geocaching, web page design, stop motion animation, game programming or other topics suggested by students.  The second section will focus on the one of a kind game known as Minecraft.

The Special Projects section meets after school.

The Minecraft section meets before school.

Meeting dates will be sent/emailed home after registration has taken place.  Registration for both fall and winter takes place during the fall.

Classes are open to students in grades 3, 4, or 5 and instruction is given by Mr. Richardson, the district data and research coordinator. The classes will be held in lab 117 in the elementary school.

Students are limited to participation in one computer club session per year in order to allow more students to participate.  If the clubs fill up, placement will be determined by lottery.

Kids Who Care

Kids Who Care is a service organization open to 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. We do various projects throughout the year to help out those in need in our local community and sometimes beyond.

Multiple groups will be formed based on enrollment numbers and a lottery system if necessary. Each group typically meets 4 times throughout the year (October through May) before school. Placement information and specific meeting dates will be sent home.

Science Club

Science Club is designed to emphasize the wonder and exhilaration of science through a collection of hands-on activities. There are clubs for each grade level, so there’s something new each year.  Some of our main topics of discovery include: the scientific method, cause and effect relationships, buoyancy, states of matter, graphing, friction, gravity, and density. Investigators will meet before school.  Please indicate whether Fall semester or Spring semester is your first preference. Science club is open to all students. Placement information and meeting dates will be sent to the parent provided email contacts so please type carefully in those fields. Science Club is taught by 5th grade teacher, John Sommer.


Intro to Performance Jump Roping

Indian Hill Performing Arts Academy is pleased to offer this class.  For more information and registering for the class please visit the course page at

Tennis Club

Tennis teaching professional, and IHES parent Adam Seif, is pleased to once again offer Short Court Tennis at Indian Hill Elementary. Mr. Seif has a long background in playing and teaching.  He played Division I tennis for Western Kentucky University and since graduation has been teaching Short Court Tennis.

Short Court Tennis is perfect for kids 10 and under.  The kids will learn the basics of each stroke.  They will raise their heart rates with some fun running drills and work on hand eye coordination, while playing fun games.  Most importantly, each player will make new friends.  Come and try it.  Who knows where it will take you!

This class is popular and limited to 15 players. Players can bring their own racquets.  If they don’t have a racquet, one will be provided.

Tennis will run for 4 weeks in October. The cost is $30.  Send check payable to IHPTO to school with your child in an envelope marked "PTO Clubs."

Dance Fit Club

Dance Fit Club is a fun, interactive way to keep kids moving and jam out to some of their favorite songs! This fun, high-energy class is designed for students to enjoy a blend of fitness and easy to follow choreography with kid-friendly routines infusing international dance styles. Students will have a blast as they discover new rhythms that make them feel good as they stay fit! All dance and fitness levels welcome! Student should wear gym shoes and comfortable athletic wear that allow for easy movement.

WHEN: Six weeks on Thursdays, January 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16 & 23   /   7:55 – 8:40 am. Drop off no earlier than 7:50 am


FEE: $33 Send check payable to IHPTO to school with your child in an envelope marked “PTO Clubs” by Wed. Jan. 11.

INSTRUCTOR: Indian Hill parent and fitness professional, Vonnetta McColgan is a nationally certified AFAA/NASM Group Exercise, Silver Sneakers and Zumba fitness instructor.

REGISTRATION: 4th and 5th grade students may register. Registration and payment are due no later than Wed. Jan. 11. Spaces are limited.

QUESTIONS? Contact Vonnetta McColgan,