To lessen the stress of researching the cost of extracurricular activities, we have done the homework for you, providing approximate costs for a range of activities. We have not included the cost of equipment (rackets, musical instruments, shoes, etc.), but as many activities as possible have been included, as well as the range in cost between private and group classes. This list is by no means all-encompassing but should serve as a handy generalised guide to assist in budgeting for the season. – Lindsay Thompson
Free of charge. Children must bring their own glove, but the coaching, a uniform and all other items are included. Contact the Cayman Islands Little League Association at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (345) 945 3553.
Bodylines Fitness is based upon the international ‘Let’s Play Today’ Programme. Term rates vary in price and length, ranging from 6-9 week sessions, costing between CI$110-$140. Email: email@example.com.
$25 for the season which includes water at each game, as well as a uniform/t-shirt. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost for lessons can range from CI$120-$300 per term, with 1-2 lessons per week. Contact Centre Pointe Dance Studio through their website; Miss Jackie’s School of Dance (345) 949 7296 or Chance to Dance at (345) 926 5755.
Both the Cayman Drama Society and Musicians Ltd offer acting classes for children of all ages and levels of experience. Contact the Cayman Drama Society at email@example.com or Musicians Ltd at (345) 525 6787 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on classes and fees.
Beginner semi-private lessons range from $25 for 30 mins. Group lessons cost $50 per hour and a private lesson $50 for 45 mins.
Roughly CI$180-$200 per month. Contact Cayman Karate Academy at (345) 623 5425, Cayman Associated School of Karate at (345) 925 3367, Purple Dragon Cayman Islands at (345) 946 1241 or The Cayman Martial Arts Academy at (345) 323 9778 for more information.
The cost of private lessons range from CI$35-$45 for a half-hour session or CI$180-$260 per term. For information on Cayman Music School visit their website; JukeBox Mobile Music, email: email@example.com, Musicians Ltd email: firstname.lastname@example.org and Nicole Bodden on (345) 917 3753.
The Rugby Club season runs from September to May. Participation ranges in price (dependent on age) from CI$50-$75 per year, which includes a jersey with the membership. Visit their website for more information.
Group lessons can range from CI$20-$35, private/semi-private lessons range from CI$65-$100 per hour. For more information on tennis visit www.tennis.ky, www.caymantennisacademy.com, tennis at the Ritz-Carlton on (345) 815 6894 or cinsa.ky. For information on badminton email: email@example.com.
At the Sailing Club, a 6-week group sailing session costs CI$125 for members and CI$175 for non-members. Private/semi-private hour-long lessons cost CI$55-$85. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Membership at the Black Pearl Skate Park ranges from CI$45 per month to CI$300 for a yearly membership. The drop-in rate is CI$7. Skateboards, bikes and other sports equipment are available for rent at the park. Visit their website.
Semi-private and private lessons range from CI$20-CI$45 for a half-hour session. For a full listing of qualified swim teachers/schools and clubs please visit the Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association’s website.
There are several excellent yoga teachers on-Island specialising in kid’s yoga. Popular choices are Yoga Sprouts and Kula Kids. Group and semi-private lessons range from CI$180-CI$230 per term.
Visit www.yogasproutscayman.com or www.kulakidsyogacayman.com.
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