Age groups for the Summer Educational Enrichment Experience include options for those in kindergarten and grades 9-10.
Registration is open for SEEK, Cal U’s annual Summer Educational Enrichment for Kids program.
Classes will be held July 15-19 and July 29-Aug. 2 on the campus of California University of Pennsylvania. Children will be placed in age-appropriate groups based on grade level:
The Kindergarten Readiness Camp, for children who are registered for kindergarten this year, and SEEK HD: High School Camp, for those entering grades 9 or 10, are new this year.
The morning, afternoon, or full-day program is focused on the improving and enhancing a child’s verbal skills, language development, work habits, gross motor skills and fine motor skills as well as self-help skills, social-emotional skills, and listening skills.
SEEK curriculum is tailored to specific age groups and encourages all participants to reach their maximum learning potential.
This year’s camp has an “It’s Magic” theme, with classes focused on science, technology, math, arts and languages, performing arts and more.
Cost is $135 per child for a full-week, full-day program, or $90 per child for a full-week, half-day (morning or afternoon) program. Cost for SEEK’s new Kindergarten Readiness Camp is $150 per child for a full-week, full-day program, or $115 per child for a full-week, half-day (morning or afternoon) program. The SEEK HD: High School Camp is $150 per teen for the full week.
Full days are 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Participants are escorted between classes and supervised at lunchtime. Each child should bring a bag lunch; refrigeration is not available.
To register or for more information, visit calu.edu/community/outreach/seek.