COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

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Spring Semester 2021

To hold your place in class, register below.

 

With limited class space, we'll contact each registered student to complete additional paperwork and make a deposit to secure a seat. 

 

Additional students will be placed on a waitlist
and will be contacted if a space becomes available.

Zoo Exploration - Ages 8-10

In our Zoo Explorers class, students will have the chance to dive deep into the world of animals and their ecosystems, learning from the animals themselves! 

Each lesson will include an in-depth look at a different aspect of zoology, from how different species find their food to the ways they raise their young.

Students will get to meet the animals they are learning about, and engage in hands-on activities with them that showcase each animal's unique role in their environment. 

Instructor:  Drew Schulz

$150/student

1:00-2:30pm, every other Friday 

from February 5th - May 14th (8 sessions)

Class size is limited to 8 students. 

Face mask, close-toed shoes, comfortable clothing, and a water bottle are required. 

Zoo Adventures - Ages 13-15

In this class, older students have the option to earn high school credit while going behind the scenes and discovering the world of zookeeping, wildlife research, and conservation science. 

Students will work in a small-group environment to uncover the struggles faced by wild animals in today's world, as well as to understand the people who strive to save them. 

With hands-on projects that give students first-hand experience with research and observation, the scientific method will become second-nature to them!

Instructor: Drew Schulz

 

$240/student 

$60 for added curriculum to meet 0.5 high school credit requirement (contact us for information)

3:00-4:30pm, every Friday

from February 5th - May 21st (15 Sessions)

Class size is limited to 8 students.

Face mask, close-toed shoes, comfortable clothing, and a water bottle are required.

Zoo Photography - Ages 16 to Adult

Onsite photography class with zoo animals will build students' skills and knowledge in a small, private environment.  The class will cover:

  • Equipment and how to use it (customized to cameras that students have). 
     

  • Photographing small animals, using a lightbox, props, and incentives.
     

  • Photographing larger animals, using natural light, outdoor environments, and larger props.
     

  • Photographing animals and people together, using both small and large animals with natural and simulated light.

Instructor:  Bev Schulz of Schulz Studios

Students are required to furnish their own cameras.   

 

$160/student

1:00-3:00, Wednesdays

March 2, 9, 23, 30 (4 sessions - skipping week of Spring Break)

Class size is limited to 6 students. 

Face mask, close-toed shoes, comfortable clothing, and a water bottle are required.

Looking for private lessons or small groups?  Give us a call! 

Register for Class!
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Thanks for registering!

You'll be contacted by our staff to confirm your seat in class. 

Class Documents to Complete
All students will be asked to complete these documents prior to the beginning of class to hold their seat. Please download these documents, complete them, and email them back to The Learning Zoo. Thank you! 

Payment Options

Coins
  • Personal Check

  • Zelle

  • Venmo

  • PayPal

  • CashApp

  • Square

We'll give you a call after you register to set up your payment. 

  1. Register online here on this page

  2. We'll call you to arrange for payment.

  3. Download the class documents and complete, then email to thelearningzootx@gmail.com

  4. We'll send a confirmation email!

Steps to Enroll