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1 Project Grad Cambridge Heights Academy After School Program s many programs at various loctations Various Atlanta Locations Level Cost* Description Website(s) Multi 12 Multi Ages 5-14 K- Dependent on program Scaled tuition (Reservation $25) 260 Peachtree St. Suite 402 Atlanta, Ga Multipule locations throughout the metro area. Listed on website. Project GRAD Atlanta is a non- profit organization whose mission is to collaborate with the Atlanta Public Schools in order to increase the number of students graduating from high school and college. Project GRAD Atlanta implements and supports research- based college readiness and access programs in high schools, and provides scholarships and academic support to students on college campuses, where the combined impact makes a real difference. A newly developed after school enrichement program with a primary focus in leadership development, education (stem), and healthy living. ojectgrad.org/ mla.org/after- school- program heights.org (404) (678) YMCA Prime Time After School N/A Multi Dependent on Pre- K associated through 5th school grade Multipule locations across metro Atlanta State Licensed after school program that serves a number of schools in the various school districts across the metro Atlanta area. The program is housed and funded by the YMCA. nta.org/metroat lantaymcaafters chool.shtml See the desired Location Emory Pre- Program H.O.T. Days at Emory High School Ages Visit ge.emory.edu/f inancial/fees.ht ml Pre- Program Emory Mailstop: AH Candler Library Suite Asbury Circle Atlanta, GA High School Rising high $175 Van Leer Electrical Engineering school registration and Building 777 sophomores $10 application Atlantic Drive NW and rising juniors fee Atlanta, GA The Emory Pre- Program is a summer academic program for high school students. It gives college- bound rising juniors and rising seniors an exciting glimpse of academic and residential life at a top- ranked national university. The H.O.T. Tech camp is a one- week- long summer program designed to introduce students to electrical and computer engineering (ECE) concepts. The goal of the program is to instill an interest in ECE and increase the number of high school graduates majoring in this field. e.emory.edu/in dex.html demics/outreac h/hot- days/index.html ry.edu (404) (404) available to you. 1

2 Level Cost* Description Website(s) CEISMC Mentoring Program (through The Pathways into Science, nology, Engineering and Mathematics Program via AmeriCorps) Multi 12 K- Not indicated but may be free Center for Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing 760 Spring Street, N.W., Suite 102 Atlanta, The Pathways into Science, nology, Engineering and Mathematics Program (STEM) is a partnership between CEISMC and The Atlanta Public School System. Only students attending one of the following partner schools are eligible for participation in the program: BEST Academy High School, BEST Academy Middle School, Centennial Place Elementary School, Coretta Scott King High School, Coretta Scott King Middle School, Drew Charter Senior Academy https://cmp- ceismc.gatech.e du/ (404) CEISMC Mentoring Program (The Gwinnett Pathways to Program) Multi Middle & High School Not indicated Dependent on but may be free school location The Pathways into is a partnership between CEISMC and The Gwinnett County Public School System. The Pathways in Gwinnett Program targets Hispanic students and provides exposure to STEM disciplines, enhances their educational experience and prepares students and their families to make the decision to pursue a college degree. Pathways in Gwinnett is also a research project that will determine which types of initiatives and programs are most effective in increasing the percent of Hispanic students who pursue careers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics. tem.gatech.edu /node/10 (404) The Program partners with the following schools: Lilburn Middle School Meadowcreek High School Radloff Middle School available to you. 2

3 Level Cost* Description Website(s) Residential: $4,695 Commuter: $2, 695 Summer Institute for the Gifted (Emory) Emory Ages A day- program is available for students ages 5-8. Extended Commuter: $3,695 For more information visit tedstudy.org/r esidential/emo ry/fees.asp Emory 201 Dowman Dr, Atlanta, GA Summer Program for gifted students, that allows them to experience collegiate level courses, and get an enriching on campus experience. edstudy.org/res udy.org idential/emory/ Toll free- (866) Summer Science Academy Emory High School $100 (deposit) EUSOM Summer Science Academy 1648 Pierce Drive, Suite 375 Atlanta, GA To provide high school students from traditionally underrepresented minority backgrounds the opportunity to develop a better understanding and appreciation of science by exposing them to an educational environment that is conducive to learning, motivating, challenging, and fun. ry.edu/summer camps/ som- (404) Mercer Youth Programs Mercer ( for Kids & Youth ) for Kids (1st- 5th grade) Youth (6th- 8th grade) $180 per course Various locations in Atlanta, Macon, Douglas County, and Henry County. Visit Creative Writing, Math and Science courses edu/locations.cfm for more information cer.edu/ (678) available to you. 3

4 CDC Detective Camp CDC Junior Disease Detective Camp Level Cost* Description Website(s) Juniors & Centers for Seniors Disease Control No cost (must be 16 (CDC) years of age) Middle Centers for School: Disease Control Rising 7th (CDC) and 8th graders No cost David J. Sencer CDC Museum Centers for Disease A week- long day camp for rising high school juniors and Control and seniors that exposes students to epidemiology, the field Prevention of public health and the diverse career opportunities 1600 Clifton Road, within the field of public health N.E. Atlanta, amp/detective/ David J. Sencer CDC Museum Centers for Disease Control and The Junior Camp is a three- day camp for rising 7th and 8th Prevention 1600 Clifton Road, N.E. Atlanta, graders. Attendees will learn basic epidemiologic terms and sample a number of public health fields..gov/museum/c amp/junior/ v v (404) (404) Kennesaw Summer Kennesaw State Rising 1st to $249 or $299 rising 12th graders 3333 Busbee Dr Kennesaw, The Summer experience is an engaging combination of learning and enjoyment. For seven weeks each summer, our courses are designed to give students an opportunity to explore their creativity, challenge their minds, and build new friendships. From rising 1st graders to 12th graders, there are courses for every age! nesaw.edu/con ed/summeru/? utma= & utmb= & utmc=1& utm x=- & utmz= ut mcsr=%28direct %29 utmccn=% 28direct%29 ut mcmd=%28non e%29& utmv=- & utmk= (770) available to you. 4

5 Governor's Honors Program Atlanta Public Schools Vivien Thomas Summer School of Research Program Medicine Pre- : Rising Star Savannah of Art and Design Level Cost* Description Website(s) High school: Sophomores No cost and Juniors High School Juniors & Seniors Not Stated High School $695 Rising $5,250 seniors 720 Westview Drive SW Atlanta, GA School of Biology: 310 Ferst Dr, Atlanta, 30332, Pre- college: Rising Star P.O. Box Atlanta, GA A four- week, summer residential program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented high school students challenging and enriching educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year. The Vivien Thomas Summer Research Program (VTRSP) of School of Medicine (MSM) is a six week program established in 2002 to recruit high school students to serve as apprentices in biomedical research laboratories. Students are mentored by an MSM research faculty and they conduct research by learning the content, process, and methodology involved in inquiry science. During the summer of 2013 School of Biology and Center for Integrating Science, Math and Computing offers an intensive three- week investigative biology experience for high school students with strong interests in the biological sciences. This challenging five- week program awards college credit to rising high school seniors who are ready for a summer nta.k12.ga.us/p age/ m.edu/prospect ive_students/ad missions/pipelin eprograms/vivie nthomas.aspx college experience at SCAD. Students enroll in two college- level classes and have the opportunity to build or enhance d.edu/admissio their visual arts portfolios. Program is available in two locations: Atlanta and Savannah a.k12.ga.us (404) (404) ogy.gatech.edu/ (404) logy.gatech.edu biotech.php n/admission- information/pre- college/rising- star (404) Pre- Summer Program Rising $1,325 Juniors and seniors The Center for Lumpkin Street Athens, The Pre- Summer Program offers rising juniors and seniors in high school the chance to see what college life is all about. du/youth/uga- pre- college?by- subject=896 available to you. 5

6 3D Animations Architecture & Design Aviation Camp Creative Writing Comic Book, Manga & Cartoon Art Level Cost* Description Website(s) Ages Ages Ages Ages Ages $760 $750 $750 $740 $730 Center for United States Center for United States Center for United States Center for United States Center for United States By the end of this course, you'll have experience creating your own art, manipulating images and graphics, and creating animations. You'll leave with a copy of your own animation projects to take home or share online. academy/3d- animation You'll leave this program with scale plans, and several 3D models or rooms and a home that you designed yourself. On the final day of camp, we'll even host an exhibit at the Center to showcase your work! academy/archit ectural- design We'll be taking trips to local airports and flight schools, so you can see how these organizations operate. And best of all, when camp is over, you're invited to a private EAA Young Eagles event in Athens, where you will fly in a small airplane with a licensed pilot! Have you ever wanted to write a story, poem, or novel but had no idea where to start? Join us for a week of creative writing, where you'll learn how make the jump from an idea to a finished, publishable work! You'll work on perfecting your drawing, coloring and inking niques, and learn how to create characters, write dialogue and develop a storyline. You'll participate in guided activities and critiques, designed to hone your nical and critical thinking skills. academy/aviati on- camp academy/creati ve- writing academy/comic- book available to you. 6

7 Digital Film School Level Cost* Description Website(s) Ages $360 - $760 Center for United States Write, direct and produce your very own movie! In this one- week introductory course, you'll learn the basics of screenwriting, camera work, and video editing as you work with your crew to create an original production. academy/digital- film- school Preview Engineering Academy Ages $790 Ages $750 Center for For one week, you'll get a taste of what college is like living in the residence halls, eating in the dining commons, exploring the campus, and meeting important students, staff and faculty members. er- academy/colleg e- preview Explore the world of engineering in this exciting, hands- on camp! Discover the different roles that engineers play in the world, and see all the fields engineering can be applied to, including architecture, transportation and academy/engin aerospace. eering- academy- session- a Fashion Design Camp Ages Special Extended Day Option Basic Sewing Course - $115 Center for Learn what it takes to become a fashion designer! You'll discover the basic elements of fashion sketching, illustration, construction, collection development, bead work and fabric selection. academy/fashio n- design- camp - $750 available to you. 7

8 GameWerks 1: Video Game Design GameWerks 3: Video Game Development Level Cost* Description Website(s) Ages Ages $400 Center for - $800 $800 $105 - $2,000 Center for The GameWerks experience starts here! Learn all about the video game industry, and work with your team to construct a game idea you'll pitch to real video game professionals. The GameWerks 3 experience is for veterans of the other GameWerks camps and offers the most complete experience. academy/game werks- 1 academy/game werks- 3 GameWerks 2: Video Game Prototyping Ages $700 $70 - $1,500 Center for Take the next step in the GameWerks experience! In GameWerks 2, you'll begin the process of actually building a game design into a digital prototype! er- academy/game werks- 2 Mini Medical School 2: Beyond the Basics Ages Day Camp $410 Center for Extended Day $810 This week- long program builds on our introductory Mini Medical School by helping you learn how to correlate scientific aspects of various systems of the human body (nervous, cardiovascular, digestive, and others) with some clinical manifestations of related diseases that can occur with them. academy/mini- medical- school- 2 available to you. 8

9 Mini Medical School: Session A Level Cost* Description Website(s) Ages $360 - $760 Center for Think you're ready for a career in healthcare? Attend Mini Medical School, and see if you have what it takes! As an intern here, you'll learn about DNA, x- rays, human anatomy, personal health and more all while having fun, taking cool field trips and even performing a mock surgery. academy/mini- medical- school- a Robotics 1: Building & Programming Ages $750 Robotics Kit (purchased through us) - $285 Robotics Rental Fee - $100 Center for Using the OLLO Inventor system from Robotics, Inc., you'll learn about the programming of microcontrollers and interfacing of sensors (sound, near- infrared light and touch), the actuation of servo motors and LEDs, and also about multi- channel NIR remote control programming. academy/roboti cs- 1 Public Speaking & Civic Engagement Ages $360 - $760 Center for In this camp, you'll undergo extensive training in communication niques and strategies. Topics include speaking to large groups, giving informative briefings, managing speech anxiety, making a pitch, leading a group, using digital media effectively, and more! academy/public- speaking- civic- engagement available to you. 9

10 Photography Camp Level Cost* Description Website(s) Ages $360 - $760 Center for This program is ideal for burgeoning photographers who want to explore this fascinating medium and gain a better understanding of photographic nique. er- academy/photo graphy Mock Trial Camp Ages $750 Center for Experience the thrill of courtroom drama in Mock Trial Camp! We'll explore the life of a trial lawyer as we study the law, learn the legal lingo, and prepare for a final mock trial at the end of the week. academy/mock- trial Odyssey Atlanta The Westminster Schools s 3-12 (Any Atlanta Public Free Schools student who is nominated) 1424 West Paces Ferry Road, NW Atlanta, Odyssey is an educational non- profit organization partnering with the Atlanta Public Schools to serve students in grades 1-12 from economically disadvantaged communities. Odyssey s academic enrichment program sseyatlanta.org/ sseyatlanta.org focuses on students with unmet potential, preparing them for high school graduation and supporting them on their path to college. (404) Xanadu Arts and Sciences Academy Carver High School of the Arts s 6-12 Atlanta Public Schools Students - $ Non- Atlanta Public Schools Students - $ Carver High School of the Arts 155 McDonough Blvd., SE Atlanta, GA For the past 34 years, gifted and high achieving students in the Metro Atlanta area have been interacting in an array of summer courses, gaining a wealth of knowledge. nta.k12.ga.us/c ms/lib/ga /Centricity/ Domain/128/20 13 Xanadu Arts and Sciences Academy Brochure Filled Classes pdf (404) or (404) available to you. 10

11 Team- based Engineering and Manufacturing (TEAM) Networked Summer Camps Drama Camp Make your own apps with App Inventor! nolo gy Music and Dancing with PicoCrickets and Scratch Musical Theatre Camp Level Cost* Description Website(s) High School: $650 Rising 9th- 12th graders Ages 8-14 $475 Rising 9th graders - $185 Freshmen Middle: Rising 6th - 8th graders 8-14 years old $228 $275 The TEAM Summer Camp will introduce high school students to authentic engineering practices. Students participating at various locations will collaborate on Campus engineering projects using the Co- Create, Design, Build, and Operate (CDBO) methodology. Ferst Center for the Arts Tech 349 Ferst Drive Atlanta, GA The two- week Drama Camp (June 17 - June 28, 2013) offers workshops on Acting, Directing, Playwriting, nical, Musical Theatre, and Comedy Improvisation. In addition, campers are treated to special workshops such as accent work, clowning, puppetry, and fight choreography, as well as awesome field trips and weekly recreational activities. The camp ends with a big show completely produced by the campers and open to all parents and friends. ech.gatech.edu/ uploads/files/20 e of 13_TEAM_Cam.edu ps_flyer_v2.pdf r.org/dramacam stcenter.org p Have you ever wanted to create an application for your Android mobile phone, but don't have any programming experience? That's okay, because no experience is needed! With App Inventor, just drag- and- drop the programming blocks together like a puzzle to make the gt/2283.ga N/A Campus user interface and program. It's that easy! You can learn.edu how to write music apps, apps that tell your fortune, and more. Never wonder again if there s an app for that, because you ll be able to create your own! Would you like to create a story, interactive art, or a 2D game like pong? Would you like to make a musical pickle? Would you like to see how fast you react to a sound or a gt/2294.ga N/A Campus light? During this week of camp you will use free software.edu from MIT called Scratch to create 2D animations and games. In the Musical Theatre Camp (June 10-14, 2013), the campers learn to use their voices and bodies as instruments of expression as well as tools for theatrical character development. This camp also focuses on choreography, contemporary performance dance and Campus how to use your voice in a large performing arts theatre. The camp will end with a Cabaret Show completely produced by the campers and open to all parents and friends. tcenter.org/dra macamp (404) (404) (404) available to you. 11

12 Summer PEAKS Go ( approx 17 summer programs) Saturday School For Scholars and Leaders Clayton State Summer Camp Nuclear, Materials, Space Sciences (NuMaSS) Summer Program State Clayton State Level Cost* Description Website(s) 4th- $375 12th grade 4th - 12th K- 8 K- 5th Rising 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th graders Dependent on program $175 per session $219 per week Campus Campus Saturday School - State CEISMC Summer P.E.A.K.S. (Programs for Enrichment and Accelerated Knowledge in STEM) are hands- on, interactive learning experiences. Summer P.E.A.K.S. give participants the chance to enhance learning during the summer in experiential activities on campus at. P.E.A.K.S. cover many different Science, nology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) concepts. Past session topics have included Astronaut Cadet, The Chemistry of Biofuels, i app/game development, and many more. Go is the grouping of approximately 17 summer programs that are held on GT's campus. They have a range of purposes and features, but are all intended to be academically enriching for k- 12 students. "We have been providing educational opportunities for the enrichment and encouragement of gifted and talented children since 1975! Each session, Atlanta area educators teach a variety of enrichment classes, ranging On Park Place, Suite from the fine and applied arts to math and science 821, Atlanta, designed to challenge participants at all levels (K- 8th grade)." 3519 Church Street Suite A Clarkston, GA There is no cost to participate in this program. 830 Westview Dr. Merit stipend at SW the end of the Sale Hall Annex 101 program. Atlanta, GA Various camps for K- 5 students, with various educational themes. The NuMaSS Summer Program is a powerful four- week experience for rising 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th graders who have a desire and/or aptitude to pursue an undergraduate degree in science, nology, engineering, or mathematics. This science program caters to students in the Atlanta Metropolitan area who desire an opportunity to engage in college courses and college laboratories, thus strengthening and reinforcing their fundamental science and mathematics skills. https://www.cei smc.gatech.edu /summerprogra ms ech.gatech.edu/ plugins/content /index.php?id=7 1 n.gsu.edu/satur dayschool/ thinkers.com/in dex.php?option =com_content& view=article&id =141&Itemid=2 09 https://www.m orehouse.edu/a cademics/summ er_academy/nu mass.html N/A Various Programs (404) (678) (678) available to you. 12

13 Level Cost* Description Website(s) Pre- Freshman Summer Program (PSP) High: Rising 12th graders and $4,500 high school graduates 830 Westview Dr. SW Sale Hall Annex 101 Atlanta, GA PSP is a dynamic six- week academic enhancement and college readiness program that offers pre- freshman and rising 12th graders a challenging and rewarding experience on the historic campus of. https://www.m orehouse.edu/a cademics/psp/ (404) Youth Entreprenuership Summer Camp (YES Camp) $600 Ages from Greater Atlanta area ($300/week) and $25 application fee. Limited scholarships available. Entrepreneurship Center (MCEC) Attn: Bonita S. Moore 830 Westview Drive Southwest Atlanta, A unique non- residential experience offered to Greater Atlanta high school students to expose them to the opportunities associated with entrepreneurship. This two week summer program is designed to reach 25 high school students ages in the Greater Atlanta area to introduce them to the concept of entrepreneurship. atlanta.com/ Bonita.Seaborn- use.edu (404) Coca- Cola Pre- Leadership Program Rising male juniors and seniors or $400 Freshman Coca- Cola Pre- Leadership Program/ Attn: LaKetha D. Hudson 30 Westview Drive, SW Atlanta, GA The Coca- Cola Pre- Leadership Program is designed to introduce participants to the traits, skills and behaviors necessary for effective 21st century leadership. Participants must have a 3.0 GPA or better. e.edu/centers/l eadershipcenter (404) available to you. 13

14 Clayton County Schools Summer Program Level Cost* Description Website(s) High school: juniors and seniors of No cost the Clayton County School System The partnership between and Clayton County Public School has been formed with the mission to achieve positive student outcomes through applied learning opportunities in science, nology, engineering, and math (STEM). The purpose of this 5- week program is to prepare students to complete successfully in a global economy, by embracing scholarship, leadership, research and inquiry. that express interest in science,, engineering, and mathematics are eligible for the program. Student participants will be identified and recommended by their high school science teachers. No link. (Contact Instiution or e- mail provided.) (404) house.edu, or (404) se.edu Teen Leaders of America Upward Bound Math / Science State Center ages (middle and high school students) $125/week and $25 application fee. 10th or 11th grade in a No cost school in the state of. 830 Westview Drive, SW Atlanta, GA /Federal TRIO Programs Math / Science State Center 830 Westview Drive Unit # Atlanta, Teen Leaders of America (TLA) summer experience at is a 4- week leadership development nleadersofameri and college preparatory program for teens ages ca.com/eventsa The summer experience includes leadership and personal om ctivities/teencl development workshops, college tours, parties, field trips ub.aspx and more! Upward Bound Math/Science State Center is designed to provide 50 eligible students currently enrolled in high schools throughout the state of in an intensive six week summer curriculum. This program assists students in developing critical thinking, scientific and analytical skills. Applicants must be first- generation students and/or meet the federal government guidelines for low- income families. https://www.m orehouse.edu/a cademics/trio/u bstate/ (404) (404) available to you. 14

15 Upward Bound Math/Science Southeastern Regional Institute Meriwether/Talbot Upward Bound Program Level Cost* Description Website(s) 10th and No cost 11th grade 9th or 10th No cost grade Federal TRIO Programs 830 Westview Drive, S.W., Unit #134 Atlanta, GA Cortesia Oxford, Program Coordinator The Upward Bound Math/Science Southeastern Regional Institute is designed to provide 50 eligible students currently enrolled in high schools throughout the southeastern region of the United States an intensive six- week summer curriculum. These states include, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky and Mississippi. This program assists students in developing critical thinking, scientific and analytical skills, as well as effective expressions. Students will be given the opportunity to work in various labs and receive hands- on computer experience. They will be exposed to a variety of science, math, and engineering careers. Students also will experience innovative instructional methodologies. with a 3.0 or better GPA, low income and/or first- generation college student residing in AL, GA, FL, NC, SC, TN, MS, KY The Meriwether/Talbot Counties Upward Bound Program is designed to provide 73 eligible students, currently enrolled in targeted high schools throughout the Meriwether and Talbot County, an intensive six- week summer curriculum. This program enhances study and Meriwether/ Talbot collaborative skills for those potential Upward Bound students who need (help) assistance. Participants will be Program Federal given the opportunity to work in various labs and get TRIO Program 830 hands- on computer experience. They will experience Westview Dr., SW challenges and success in academic subjects. Participants PO Box also will experience innovative instructional Atlanta, GA methodologies. rehouse.edu/ac ademics/summe r_academy/pdf/ Summ Academy- Brochure.pdf https://www.m orehouse.edu/a cademics/trio/ morehouse.edu meriwether- talbot.html (404) (404) or (404) available to you. 15

16 The Mercer Pharmacy Scholars Summer Program National Computer Camp Mercer - Atlanta Ogelthorpe Level Cost* Description Website(s) rising l sophomores $100, juniors and seniors 6-18 year old co- eds Cost varies for residential, morning, and day camp. See tuition breakdown here: camp.com/loca tn.html 3001 Mercer Drive, Atlanta, GA National Computer Camps, Inc. 102 Shorefront Milford, Connecticut, Oglethorpe 4484 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA Media profile: The program targets underrepresented minority groups. idhills.patch.co The program is for rising high school sophomores, juniors m/groups/edito and seniors with interests in pharmacy or pharmaceutical rs- sciences. It includes activities in a compounding lab and picks/p/merc (678) workshops in pharmacy ethics, drug identification and university- er.edu patient care, as well as a pharmacy- related field trip. A summer- panel of pharmacists will also discuss pharmacy careers program- to- with the participants. expose- high- schooa2c12ba0 d3 The curriculum consists of 10 major areas: video game design, computer languages, web page design, digital video production, software applications, QR programming, Android App programming, Network+ certification, A+ hardware certification and PSAT and SAT math preparation. NCC is not affiliated with the host colleges/institutions. amp.com/locatn om.html (203) Imagine Computer and Information Science Summer Camps Spelman 3rd to 12th grade Cost varies from $100-0 Tracks to be offered this summer for third- through fifth- pelman graders include STEM + CS Fun. Tracks to be offered for Computer & middle schoolers (sixth to eighth grade) include game Information Science design and robotics, and tracks to be offered for high Department 350 Spelman Lane, S.W. Box 1257 Atlanta, GA schoolers (ninth to 12th grade) include game design, mobile app design, robotics, computers as artistic tools, computing and music, and computing and film production. The latter three tracks are new two- week additions to the camp, which will result in the production and launch of an ICIS Summer Mixtape. elman.edu/~icis /Welcome.html man.edu available to you. 16

17 Level Cost* Description Website(s) Children's Drama and Dance Spelman 4-7 years old, co- ed Cost varies by hours per week (e.g. 1 hour/week = $45, 5 hours/week = $180. There is a $30 registration fee. Spelman Children s Dance For more detailed information on costs visit pelman.edu/w ork/academics/ continuing/chil drensdance/tui tionregistration.shtml and Drama Program 350 Spelman Lane, SW, PO Box 275 Atlanta GA The Spelman Children s Dance and Drama Program offered its first class, ballet, in 1961 for eight little girls. The program now has over 300 girls and boys taking a variety of classes: ballet, African, jazz, tap, drama, swimming and, for children 4-7 years old, a very special pre- dance program. Dance instruction is provided by a unique staff of professional teachers and interns from the, and is enhanced by the expertise and excitement of guest artists. The curriculum is diverse enough to meet the needs of the student interested in pursuing dance or drama as a career, and also designed for the student taking class for recreation and pleasure. The regular term begins in September and ends with a closing recital in May or June. elman.edu/wor k/academics/co ntinuing/childre nsdance/index.s html (404) available to you. 17

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