Monday, March 14, 2016

Irvine Public Schools Foundation Offers Summer Enrichment Classes - Registration Open Now!



Each year, Irvine Public Schools Foundation offers summer enrichment classes for all incoming elementary and middle school students from any school or district. A wide range of exciting classes in subjects including STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math), grade level prep, programming, language arts, performing arts, and sports will be offered, all taught by credentialed teachers and IPSF-approved vendors.
This year, IPSF will offer three flexible sessions for Summer Enrichment Academy (SEA) in grades K-8. Session A will be held from June 20 - July 8 (3 week program), Session B from July 11 - July 29 (3 week program), and Session C from June 20 to July 15 (4 week program, grades 7-8 only).

One week August camps will be held from August 1- August 19, providing STEAM classes in LEGO Robotics and Scratch Programming at BrainStorm Studios, robotics, rocketry, filmmaking, programming and recreational activities at the Outdoor Education Center, and a Culinary Camp at Creekside High School's brand new, state of the art Culinary facility.

For a full list of classes and schedule information check out the 2016 SEA Catalog.

IPSF also offers high school academic camps in a variety of subjects such as math, public speaking, PSAT/SAT/ACT test preparation, performing arts, and Latin, which will be held from June 13 to July 22 at Northwood High School and Woodbridge High School.

For more information about this year's Summer Enrichment Academy, visit.

Registration for Summer Enrichment Academy K-12 will open to on Monday, March 14 at 7 a.m. at  

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