Student Enrichment

Design39C offers an assortment of student enrichment activities that cover subjects like the arts (music and theater), math and science, as well as other STEM programs like robotics and computer programming. We encourage you to check our our new registration system, Jumbula, to see a full catalog of what we are offering this year.

Register Now (closes 09/13)

Need More Info?

Below, you can find important dates, a how-to guide in using Jumbula, our new registration system, and a little bit about each club!

We also encourage you to see this year’s Student Enrichment Slide Deck, which contains more detailed information about each club straight from the coaches!

Important Dates

August 22, 6PM – Student Enrichment Information Night: Come to D39C to hear about extracurricular activities and clubs available to your children, and how to register interest for them!

August 22, 7PM – Enrollment Opens: Go online, through our new enrollment system (we will post a link on the 22nd)

September 6th – Final Day for Volunteer Coaches to express interest in leading or assisting with an activity/club.

September 12th – Based on volunteer interest, we will set/cap club and activity roster sizes.

September 13th – Students are enrolled through a quality-spread system based on activity cap sizes and student interest.

September 16th – First Day of Clubs!

Introducing Jumbula

D39C’s New Student Enrichment Registration & Management System

We decided to move to a new system for a few reasons:

  1. This site uses servers that are much better suited for a cyber-attack, thus keeping confidential and private information about our children safer!
  2. This allows you to manage everything from student information, allergy information, communication with coaches, and payments from one location.
  3. It is easier on all the parent-volunteers to manage classroom rosters, attendance, etc. from an easy to use app!

How To Register:

First – You will need to navigate to the Jumbula Club Overview Page by clicking the button to the right.

Second – Once you are done reviewing the instructions at the top of the page, feel free to check-out all the available clubs on the D39C Jumbula Homepage.

Third – Once you are done reviewing the classes, click the “Express Registration” button at the top of the page.

Fourth – Create an account by clicking the “New Family” tab, and going through the account creation process.

Fifth – Once you create an account, you can immediately start the registration process. If you don’t see anything, click the registration link at the top right of the page.

Be advised that the courses are now displayed by day, and not by activity, to help you plan your child’s schedule better as you register!

Sixth – Select checkboxes next to the clubs or classes you would like to register your student for. Be sure to double check eligible grade levels.

Seventh – Select a child from your participant list, or enter a new one if this is their first registration. Fill in all the required, or applicable, registration boxes, and wahoo, you’re done.. sort of!

Eight– You have successfully registered your child for clubs, but you’ll have to wait until registration closes on the 13th of September before we release final rosters and confirm your child’s slot. Some clubs, like Run Club, are open, and we can assure you have a spot.

D39C Clubs & Activities

Want to learn more about the clubs offered at Design39C? Take a look below for a little information on each club.

Keep in mind as you browse that the most up to date information is on our Registration Page with the new Jumbula system. Not all clubs are listed.

Science Olympiad

Teams meet to practice and prepare for the SO competition which is like academic track meets, consisting of a series of 23 team events in each division.

Run 39

Encouraging students to set and reach their personal running goals

Math Club

Prepares and manages Math-loving and dedicated students to compete in several national Math competitions

Robotics Club FLL

FIRST LEGO League teams research a real-world problem such as food safety, recycling, energy, etc., and are challenged to develop a solution

Robotics Club FLL Jr

FIRST LEGO League Jr. is designed to introduce STEM concepts while exciting them through a brand they know and love − LEGO®

Robotics Club FTC

FIRST Tech Challenge teams are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format

Cross Country

Weekly cross country trainings and participate in selected tournaments during the Fall Season


Learn cyber security concepts and skills and compete in CyberPatriot, a national youth cyber education program created by the Air Force Association (AFA)

Jumpstart To Strings

Teach students basic music theory and how to play string instrument

Speech & Debate

Teaches students speech and debate skills and helps them to hone their communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.

Future Problem Solvers

Stimulates critical and creative thinking skills, encourages students to develop a vision for the future, and prepares them for leadership roles

Bridge To Orchestra

Help students who have experience playing instruments with a smooth tranistion over to High School Orchestra program.

Odyssey Of The Mind

Teams create skits to solve complex problems using STEM, art, literature, and history

Quiz Bowl

A quiz competition that tests players on a wide variety of academic subjects including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, sports, popular culture, and more

Science Field Day

Students gain hands on experience with Science while learning Core concepts in STEM topics while preparing for Science Field Day

Mandarin Program

Learn to speak, read and write Mandarin

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