Students in grades 2 through 11 have an opportunity this summer to participate in youth courses at Prince George’s Community College.
The program is designed to engage students and involve them in interactive classes, including math, budgeting, culinary arts, babysitting, jewelry design, athletics, health care and language arts, according to the college.
Similar courses have been offered in the past, but this year high school students have the opportunity to register for SAT preparatory and college study-skills courses, in addition to cheerleading sessions and co-ed basketball camp.
“Prince George’s Community College has developed an interactive program tailored to a child’s interest and educational needs,” Program Coordinator Denise Barino-Samuels said. “Instructors are professional members of their respective industries and the instructional strategy aligns with Maryland State Curriculum.”
The program begins on July 2 and runs from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily. Students are not required to enroll for the entire four-week session. For more information, including options for fee-based aftercare services, call 301-322-0120.