Our Kids College Program has been cancelled for summer 2013. Please check back in April or May 2014 for information regarding next year’s program.
 
 
 
 
As part of the Community Education offerings, College of the Sequoias offers multiple kids programs during the summer months. Parents and children have the opportunity to choose between Kids College and multiple summer camps.
 
These programs will provide an educational and fun learning experience for children and teens, ages 5 to 13 (K - 8th grades). Each class/camp is designed to teach new and meaningful skills, develop new interests and hobbies, stimulate their curiosity and reinforce their basic skills, excite students about learning, as well as provide an opportunity for them to explore possible careers.
 

If you have an interest in teaching for Kids College, please complete the Interest Form and email to communityed@cos.edu no later than October 31, 2013.  If your class fits with our criteria, you will be asked to complete a class proposal in order for you class to be considered for the 2014 program year.

 
 
Kids College and summer camps are fee-based and not-for-credit.
Scholarships and Financial Aid is not available for classes or camps.
 


Quotes from previous attendees:
 
“I learned so much at Kid’s College and can’t wait to go back again next year. This year in school my computer teacher was amazed at the things I knew how to do because of my Kid’s College classes.”
--11 year old 6th grader (girl)
 
“My favorite class was Lego’s, but visualizing verbalizations helped me in school this year because it helped me write good stories.”
-8 year old 4th grader (boy)
 
“The classes were fun and I got to go home every night. They liked what I learned to cook!”
-7 year old 3rd grader (boy)
 
“I loved it!!!! I definitely want to do it next year.”
10 year old 6th grader (boy)
 
“I can’t say enough good! My son had a great time both weeks. Loved the classes & the instructors! As a parent, I loved that he was learning, not just being babysat. Well run and organized.”
Parent of 6 year old 2nd grader (boy)
 
 
 
Last Updated: 5/3/2013 4:04 PM