Mineral Area College Continuing Education will offer 32 classes for grades 2-9 this July at College for Kids and Teen Academy summer camps.
Mineral Area College offers a variety of affordable summer activities to keep kids active and engaged in the learning process.
College for Kids runs for two weeks, July 11-22, and offers fun, hands-on learning opportunities for kids entering grades 2-8 in the following fall school year. Many of the 32 different classes are new this year and include courses like Globe Trotters and Living Like the Natives for 2nd and 3rd graders, Pokemon Pikachu Camp and Magical World of Hogwarts for 4th and 5th graders, and You’re the Boss and The Elbow Grease Gang for 6th-8th graders.
Teen Academy runs July 25-29 and offers advanced, hands-on learning opportunities for kids entering grades 7–9 in the fall. Courses include Flight Academy, Intro to Graphic Design, Robotic Boot Camp, Writer’s Workshop, Digital Music Composition, Programming Basics and House of the Rising Sun.
College for Kids (CFK) and Teen Academy are offered through the Continuing Education Department. There are a number of scholarships available on a first-come, first-served basis for the CFK and Teen Academy programs for kids who qualify for the free or reduced lunch program.
Applications for CFK and Teen Academy can be found at the Park Hills and Farmington Libraries, in the Continuing Education office next to the Highway Patrol Trooper Station at the front of the MAC campus and online at www.mineralarea.edu/ce/MACCollegeForKids.htm. To request a mailed copy of the CFK/Teen Academy registration booklet, email or phone your address to the Continuing Education Department at CFK@MineralArea.edu or 573-518-2342.
More Mineral Area College summer activities can be found through the theatre and athletic departments. Athletic camps include baseball, basketball, cheerleading, softball and volleyball. More information and applications for Athletic Camps can be found online at www.MineralArea.edu/CE/MACkids. Applications for Theatre Camp can also be found online on the MAC Kids website or by calling the Fine Arts Department at 573-518-3808.