Kids in College is an academic program for children age four to sixth grade. The main objectives of the program are to increase students' interest and knowledge in the arts, science, and technology, and to provide challenging experiences which are not part of the regular school curriculum.
Art, Science and Technology Institute is an academic program for middle school students in grades 7 - 9.
Registration begins April 11, 2016. Click on a link below to view the list of classes for each program. See links at right for the registration form and medical release form that are required for completing the registration process.
Monday - Friday, June 13 - 17, 2016
Monday - Friday, June 20 - 24, 2016
Enrollment is limited to ensure quality. Register early to ensure a place in the class that fits your plans. The University may cancel or postpone any class because of insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. No refunds are given after the first day of class.
Children are expected to respect and be courteous to one another and all staff members. Disruptive behavior such as hitting, biting, name-calling, and destruction of property will not be tolerated, nor will behavioral problems. These behaviors will be handled as follows: Incident 1-warning and discussion with student; Incident 2-parent discussion; and Incident 3-student will be withdrawn from the class.
Thank you to the generous donors to our program:
The Frank Varischetti Foundation
Innovative Sintered Metals Inc.
Miller Welding & Machine
Gray Family Foundation of DuBois
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Graeca
Dr. & Mrs. George Fatula
Dr. George Kosco
Mr. & Mrs. William Allenbaugh II
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Hummer
Friends of Penn State Youth Programs
Dr. & Mrs. Richard Johnson
Dr. & Mrs. James Scerbo
Mr. Joe Wolf, Wolf's Auto Outlet
Also, a special thank you to:
The Anita D. McDonald Endowment for the Support of Children and Youth
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