Color Me Empowered feature art classes, workshops & Summer Camps. They provide programming that empowers children and communities through the implementation of civic art and facilitation of quality visual arts education. We envision communities that utilize creative means to generate positive social change. Our core beliefs focus on these elements: Creativity, Optimism, Kindness, Consistency, Self-Respect, Compassion, Cultural Sensitivity, Sustainability, Teamwork, and Transparency. Continue reading “Color Me Empowered – Art Classes, Workshops & Summer Camps”
The leader in summer science camps.
Most parents understand how important it is for their child to always be growing in some way or another. Which is why come summertime, many of us worry that our little ones won’t be getting the intellectual stimulation they need to succeed in the coming school year. Continue reading “Club SciKidz Dallas – Science Camps”
Our mission as coaches is to develop a swimmer’s true potential in life. We have an open door policy, and we are available to talk with swimmers about their needs and dreams. Our goal is to encourage athletic skills through individualized instruction, strengthen inner core values and principles, encourage abilities in leadership, fair play, teamwork, and provide a fun, rewarding and memorable experience. Continue reading “Texas Ford Aquatics – Swim With The Best In Texas”
In 1973, Bill Kinder, of the newly formed Sting Soccer Club, collaborated with other area youth sports organizations and formed the 13-team High School Girls Soccer League for players under 19. That league evolved into today’s Lake Highlands Girls Classic League. By the late 1990s, the league had expanded into age groups with two divisions each. A qualification tournament was held each summer with additional challenge matches mid-season from the top teams in the Arlington and Plano competitive leagues. In keeping with the “classic league” format, the bottom two teams from each age group are relegated from the league, opening spots to be filled in the QT. As the interest in competitive soccer increased, the number of divisions was expanded to three in each age group. Today, the LHGCL is comprised of 259 teams across the nine age groups. With an average team roster of 18 players, over 4600 young ladies take the field each week in the Girls Classic League. Continue reading “Girls Soccer – Lake Highlands Girls Classic league”