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Extracurricular Activities

In addition to our robust curriculum, City Tree provides a variety of learning opportunities before school, after school and during lunch.  Having most of the activities on campus is extremely convenient for parents and provides students with a greater opportunity to expand their education. 

Guitar Lessons

City Tree students have the opportunity to take guitar lessons before or after school.  To sign up, contact Luigi Chun at

Guitar Lessons
Musical Arts
Piano Lessns

Piano Lessons

City Tree students in K-8th grade have the opportunity to take Piano lessons on campus after school.  All experience levels are welcome. For more information, contact Mario Ramirez at

Jazz Band

Select City Tree students are allowed to participate in the Jazz Band.  For more information, contact Luigi Chun at

Jazz Band


City Tree offers a variety of choral opportunities.  For more information, contact Shirean Williams at


K-8th Grade Dance

Challenge your young dancers to learn dance techniques, proper position and moves from various genres including ballet, modern/jazz and hip hop. Please Contact Lauren Jade (LJ) Sumner at 

After School Spanish

City Tree Preschoolers age 4-5 have the chance to learn Spanish through music, crafts, and other hands-on activities in special after school courses. Contact Isabella Ruiz at

After School Spanish


Girls at City Tree can learn teamwork and the sport of volleyball.  Grades 4-8 are allowed to try out for the sport.  For more information, contact Sara Hooper at



Both boys and girls have the opportunity to learn the sport of basketball and grow together as teammates.  For more information, contact the office at


Cinematography Club

Students learn the art of film making and gain experience writing, acting, shooting and editing video.  For more information, contact Kathryn Floeter at

Cinematography Club

Student Council

All 4th-8th grade students are eligible to run for City Tree's student council. Under the advisement of a City Tree staff member, the council meets regularly and works together to plan events for the student body, organize charitable fund-raisers, and brainstorm ways to improve and serve their school. For more information, contact Laurie Decker at

Chapel Team

Students in grade 6-8 can choose to be a part of City Tree's Chapel Team. Singers and musicians serve in the chapel band, while others assist with audio visual equipment and assist with set up/tear down for weekly chapels. Students meet at lunchtime to rehearse and prepare. In addition to leading music in chapel, the Chapel Band occasionally performs at other school and church events. For more information, contact the office at

King's Daughters

King's Daughters is a Christ-based program for girls ages Kindergarten - 8th grade. We enjoy Bible studies, cooking, crafts, and service projects together. Meetings are on Mondays from 3:30pm-5:15pm. Contact Jennifer McCain for more information at

Student Council
Chapel Team
King's Daugters


Preschool students and early Elementary students love the fun interaction and physical activity encouraged by Playball.  Ages 3-5, Kindergarten and 1st Grade. For more information, contact Heather Hansen at 

or 925-997-1768


Boy Scouts

Troop 15 meets at First Presbyterian Church of San Diego on Tuesdays at 7:00pm. Currently there are over 45 boys registered and active in the troop. The boys range in age from 11 to 17 years old. For more information contact the office at

Boy Scouts
Preschool Extracurriculars

Webby Dance

Webby Dance gives preschoolers the opportunity to move and learn about rhythm and music.  With over 300 dances in its curriculum, Webby Dance keeps kids engaged and moving. For more information, call Webby Dance at (562) 438-4466.

Webby Dance

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