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KIDS IN COLLEGE 2014

Penn State DuBois offers a variety of developmental programs for youth.  Students of all ages can enjoy an educational experience in a university setting.  Programs are customized to offer each age group the appropriate mix of educational and fun activities.  Our youth programs are high quality, interactive and taught by university-approved instructors.

Girl sitting on the floor making her widget with a string

Two boys costructing Birdhouses

Two boys, Mad Scientists, waiting for their explosions.

Girl making slime, in her Slime Time KIC class

Flower Power class picture, students standing displaying their flower creations

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.  

Summer High School Program is an academic program for high school students in grades 9-12.

Special thank you to our silver sponsorship donors:

Miller Welding & Machine Company

Varischetti & Sons, Inc.

 

Scholarships are made possible from:

Anita D. McDonald Endowment for the Support of Children and Youth

Mr. and Mrs. William Allenbaugh, II

Dr. And Mrs. George Fatula

Mr. R. Edward Ferraro

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graeca

Dr. George Kosco

Dr. Thomas Petraitis

Mr. and Mrs. John Piccolo

Dr. and Mrs. Sanjeev Anand

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hummer

Dr. Domenic Catton

Mr. and Mrs. John Blasdell

Dr. and Mrs. Scott Reese

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Pfingstler

Gray Family Foundation

Innovative Sintered Metals, Inc.

Northwest Savings Bank

Information for Parents 


 A 50% discount is available for children of active and honorably discharged military personnel. Please include a copy of a parent or legal guardian's military ID or DD214 with child's registration form.


Limited scholarships are available for those who qualify.  Scholarships are awarded based on financial need. If you would like your child to be considered for a scholarship, please complete the registration form completely, including the scholarship portion at the bottom of the registration form.  Fax to 814-375-4859 or mail to Continuing Education, Youth Progams, Penn State DuBois, College Place, DuBois, PA 15801.

 

 

Kids in College 

Art, Science & Technology

Penn State DuBois Continuing Education

College Place, DuBois PA

Summer Youth Security Procedures