College of DuPage Offers Summer Learning Opportunities for High School Students
By Mike McKissack
The Youth Academy, offered through the Continuing Education program at College of DuPage, is providing a variety of classes and camps for high school students this summer.
High school students can choose from a broad range of options, including high school credit courses, ACT and SAT test preparation, high school and college success series, common app essay workshops, review and enrichment courses, and tutoring. The program also offers the Career Exploration Series, and in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at exciting fields through options such as crime scene investigation, culinary arts, fashion design, information technology, motion picture/television and the Summer Photo Camp. Registration for summer offerings opens Friday, Feb. 9.
The College’s Youth Academy provides young learners the opportunity to explore, develop and grow to their maximum potential through programs geared toward preschool, elementary, middle school and high school students. Offerings include day camps, educational enrichment programs, high school career exploration and college success series, and talent search courses for gifted students.
The Continuing Education program at College of DuPage offers a variety of credit and non-credit courses, classes and workshops that provide learning experiences through a broad range of disciplines in personal development, professional advancement or life enhancement.
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