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After School Program

It’s not just aftercare, it’s a CULTURAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM!

Inna’s Hall of Fame After School Program follows the Broward County Public School (BCPS) calendar, which might be different from your school’s calendar so please make the arrangements accordingly.

Your child can look forward to:

  • Up to 10 hours/week of music, dance, acting, visual arts and foreign language classes
  • Supervised homework help
  • Daily reading and math challenges
  • Child-safe computer access
  • Snack option for additional charges ($2.00/day)
  • NEW!!! 20% off our CULTURAL FIELD TRIPS organized throughout the school year (live theater and dance shows, classical music concerts, museum visits, etc.)
  • NEW!!! Larger facilities in our newly renovated studio


Our aftercare students are divided into groups by age. After having a snack, they work on their homework and have daily reading and math challenges under the supervision of qualified educators. To enrich their cultural experience, they take part in daily 1 hour classes in each of the domains of the PERFORMING ARTS (dance, music, acting, visual arts, and a foreign language – 5 hours per week). To complete their day, our aftercare students then choose up to 5 MORE classes from a wide selection of fun group classes. (Maximum 2 classes per day/child. See chart below for pricing)


Our aftercare program provides transportation from the following schools:

  • Cooper City Elementary
  • Embassy Creek Elementary
  • Griffin Elementary
  • Silver Ridge Elementary
  • Pembroke Lakes Elementary
  • Stirling Elementary
  • Renaissance Charter School
  • Franklin Academy
  • Pioneer Middle
  • Lycee Franco-Americain

Transportation is provided by our own air-conditioned 15 passenger van driven by a professional driver.

For any student not enrolled in aftercare, but registered for any music, dance, acting, or visual arts classes at Inna’s Hall of Fame, we offer individualized after-school transportation to our studio from the above-mentioned schools for a flat daily fee of $7.00/pick-up. Parents are asked to pick up their child promptly after the end of their class(es).


Monday-Friday 2:30-6:00 p.m. Children will be picked up at 12:00 (noon) on all BCPS early release days.


Available Monday-Thursday 6:00-8:00 p.m. There will be NO extended hours on Fridays.

There will be a charge of $7.00/30 min. for extended hours which needs to be paid at the time of pick-up.


Sibling Discount: A 10% discount is offered for each additional child.

Snack Option: For an additional $2.00/day, give your child a healthy snack (fruit, cereal bars, etc.)

Members of Inna’s Hall of Fame After School Program are billed every month on the 1st. If payment is not received by the 10th of each month, a late fee of $25.00 will be charged. Adjustments may be possible if a serious financial need occurs.

This is a monthly commitment. Days of attendance must be selected at time of registration and must remain consistent for the given month. All changes must be made in writing by the 20th day of the previous month.


Days per week attending the After School Program with transportation:

5 days/wk:  $315/month (includes 10 group classes per week)

4 days/wk:  $300/month (includes 8 group classes per week)

3 days/wk:  $270/month (includes 6 group classes per week)

2 days/wk: $230/month (includes 4 group classes per week)

1 day/wk:  $125/month (includes 2 group classes per week)

Please contact us to check for availability. Each group class is 60 min. in length.

Classes must be selected at time of registration and must remain consistent for the given month. Many classes have limited spaces. It is strongly recommended to stay with the selections made at the time of registration. All changes must be made in writing by the 20th day of the previous month.

Please see front desk or call 954-237-6021 for availability.


The following programs require separate registration and payment.

Vacation Days:

The Vacation Day program is a fun and exciting way to spend your child’s day off from school.  This program features fun-filled activities in our studio, organized by our talented music, dance, and acting teachers.

Mini Camps and No School Days:

Inna’s Hall of Fame is the ideal place to be during the Thanksgiving and Spring breaks. The mini-camp will allow your child(ren) to fully expand in any area of the arts, while making new friends and learning from our talented music, dance, and acting teachers.  It’s a fun, exciting and an educational way to spend their breaks.

No School Days / Mini Camp Fees (Daily Rates):

Children already enrolled in our Aftercare Program: $45/day

Children currently registered for any class at Inna’s Hall of Fame: $50/day

Children new to Inna’s Hall of Fame: $25 registration fee + $55/day


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Music Programs



Inna’s Hall Of Fame music programs include private lessons in:

  • Voice
  • Guitar*
  • Piano
  • Drums
  • Violin*
  • Flute*
  • Clarinet*
  • Saxophone*

*Students are responsible for bringing their own instruments.

Piano & Keyboards

A favorite for many students and often referred to as the basis of all musical training, the piano is an instrument found in all parts of the world. Its large range practically encompasses that of a symphony orchestra. For beginner to advanced learners.


The violin had many precursors; some, such as the Ravanstron, the Rabab and Rebec have been around since 5000 B.C. The violin is a soprano instrument, the highest in the string family.


Students will learn stylization, breathing techniques, pitch, voice control, stage presence and emerge with a repertoire of songs to sing in front of all different crowds. For beginner to advanced learners.


For beginners and first time guitar users. Beginning Guitar teaches you proper finger positioning, reading music, practice habits and ear training. Both acoustic and electric guitar classes are available.

Advanced Guitar

Learn music theory, creative soloing, and stage presence. In addition, learn to play songs with a band or backtrack for both electric and acoustic guitars. Students will learn different music styles including pop, rock, blues, jazz and classical.

Percussion & Drums

Learn the basics of rhythm on a drum set and other percussive instruments. For beginner to advanced learners.

Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone or Trumpet

Students will specialize in one of these wind instruments.The lessons will teach your child the proper position for holding the instrument’ they will focus on embouchure (the way you shape your mouth while playing), sound repertoire, finger placement, and music reading. This is a great class to refine the skills of those who already play in a school band.

NEW! Group music classes for beginners (Ages 7-14 – Spaces limited – maximum 6 students/group)

Due to popular demand, we are now offering small group classes to beginners. This is a great way to give beginners a taste-test of a particular instrument. They will learn simple techniques and the beginnings of reading music. Once they are more comfortable, they can move on to private classes to fine tune their learning. Our groups will perform in the end of year recital.

Group percussion

Students will start their journey into the world of beats and rhythms through drums, tambourines, clapping, vocal percussion, and other percussive tools. Students must purchase their own practice pads and drumsticks.

Group piano class

Students will learn the basics of playing a keyboard an piano. They will learn the ABCs of music reading through popular songs. Our keyboard room is set up where each student uses his/her own headset.  For purposes of good hygiene , students are encouraged to bring their own headsets.

Group guitar classes

Students will begin with simple chords and progress to finger plucking fun, easy-to-learn melodies. Students must purchase their own nylon string guitar.


This highly professional Broadway style class includes dancing, singing and acting. Explorations of all art forms will be the technique for success in this class. Anywhere from Pop, Rock, Blues, Classical to different forms of international music will be explored. Glee students will have several chances to perform throughout the year to show off their triple threat talents, and will be a part of the overall recital in May.


♪♫ For newborns to 1.5 years

Fulfilling your baby’s endless potential is an exciting opportunity that starts with Kindermusik Village. In class, learn how to stimulate your child’s learning though vocal play, object exploration, and creative movement. We’ll provide you with more tools to continue the enrichment at home through bonding with your baby reading the Baby’s Literature Book or listening to the CD – just two of the resources included in the At Home Materials.
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♪♫ For ages 1.5 to 3 years

Kindermusik Our Time introduces your child to a musical world filled with singing, imitating sounds, rhyming, sound identification, instrument exploration and creative movement. With your help, your toddler can continue learning at home by working in her activity book, listening to her CD or playing with the other items included with the in the At Home Materials – All designed to help your child improve confidence, self-control, and communication skills.
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♪♫ For ages 3 to 5 years

Now here is where your child will teach you a few things, Kindermusik Imagine That! Pairs music with expressive language, story telling, peer interaction, movement, and pretend play. With all this interaction, your child will further expand his cognitive and literacy skills as well as creativity and individuality. The learning continues through the At Home Materials, which include activities such as illustrated literature books, a pretend play set, CD, and instruments.
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