Registration is Open for Summer Youth Programs
DuBois – Kids in College (KIC) and the Art, Science and Technology Institute (AST) will return to Penn State DuBois this summer, and parents are encouraged to register early before classes are filled.
Since 1985, summer programs at Penn State DuBois have provided fun learning opportunities in reading, science, art, and more for thousands of youngsters from infants through high school aged kids. The main objectives of the programs 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.
New classes this year include, Seeing in 3D - Perspective Taught Simply, Storybook Forest Fantasies, Recess, Fashion Jewelry Design with Wire, and Science and Story Stretching.
Returning programs back by popular demand will include Crazy Cooking Kids, Pirate School, Galactic Training Academy, Chocolate! Chocolate! Chocolate!, Frosting & Flowers, Awesome Art, Princess Palace II, Flower Power, Slime Time, and Bubble-ology.
KIC programs are for youth from infants to grade six. Art, Science, and Technology Institute programs are for youth grades 7-12. AST programs contain enrichment classes specially designed for middle and high school students. Their grade level is determined by the grade the student will enter in the fall.
You can print a registration form and Medical Treatment Authorization form at www.dubois.psu.edu/youth and fax with credit card information to 814-375-4859 or mail with payment to Continuing Education, Youth Programs, Penn State DuBois, 1 College Place, DuBois, PA 15801. For more information, call Jeannine at 814-375-4836 or Betsy at 814-372-3003. A full list of courses is available online at www.dubois.psu.edu/youth/.