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Interactive Academy

Dated: 04/21/2016

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Interactive Academy is a large Northside complex dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles and confidence in children. Parents and kids alike will find great satisfaction in one of the many athletic programs offered at Interactive Academy. Additionally, Interactive Academy has a preschool, a kindergarten and summer and holiday camps, and they welcome children of all ages for birthday parties.


Kids Programs

There are a number of kids programs available at Interactive Academy. They have dance, cheerleading, gymnastics, swimming school and Taekwondo. Kids enrolled in one of Interactive Academy’s dance programs perform throughout the year. Interactive Academy’s winter and summer dance recitals are particularly noteworthy. There are gymnastics programs for boys and girls between the ages of 20 months and 16 years of age. For cheerleading, Interactive Academy offers competitive cheerleading, recreational cheerleading and tumbling. Taekwondo is available for kids at least four years old, and the swimming school is open to all children at least nine months of age regardless of swimming ability. 


School

Interactive Academy also has a fully-functional school for children between the ages of two and kindergarten. In addition to normal curriculum, students at Interactive Academy are immersed in 30 minutes of Spanish language instruction and 45 minutes of physical education daily. Once a week students attend music class and art class. The school at Interactive Academy has a cafeteria that provides healthy lunches and snacks twice a day.


Birthday Parties

Interactive Academy is a great place for birthday parties for kids. Party attendees can use Interactive Academy’s foam pits, trampolines and parachutes. Party guests receive cupcakes and space for birthday parties. Parents can add pizza, drinks and special medals for additional fees. Parents are encouraged to call ahead of time to schedule birthday parties. Interactive Academy is a popular destination for birthday parties, and their schedule fills quickly. Additionally, a non-refundable $50.00 deposit is required to schedule a birthday party.  


Camps

There are camps available for children of all ages during the summer and holidays. Summer camp runs between the first week of June and the last week of July. Each week has a different theme. Some themes include “Party in the USA,” “Jungle Week,” and “Spanish Fiesta.” Camps run between 8:00am and 6:00pm. However, parents can alternately send their kids to Interactive Academy’s summer camp between 9:00am and 3:00pm.  Holiday camps typically occur on traditional closed school days like the day before Thanksgiving and the week before Christmas. A full list of special holiday camps is available on the Interactive Academy website.


Location

Interactive Academy is located on US 421, also known as Michigan Road, just north of the intersection of US 421 and Willow Road. It is just a few minutes northeast of Zionsville and about 20 minutes from Downtown Carmel


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http://www.interactiveacademy.com/index.html

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