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  1. 1. Local Educational Programs 2009 Interlingua LLC: PV Pumas Kids College: Camp Invention: Spanish summer camp for Paradise Pumas Kids July. ages 2-18. Academic College is a structured One-week sessions at various enrichment, arts and crafts, enrichment program for schools (for 2nd-6th graders) dance, foreign language, young people, ages 5-14 will include disassembling games, guest speakers and from June 18-July 19. machinery and using the parts music. Camp is offered 9- Highly investigative learning to make new creations, crash- Noon Monday-Thursday in opportunities are designed to landing on an imaginary two-week sessions. For enable children to expand planet and experimenting with more information call (602) their academic skills and marbles to learn about motion. 274-4441 or visit make new friends. For more For more information go to http://azinterlingua.com/pr details visit their web site by clicking: incipal.htm http://www.pvc.maricopa.edu/ce/sprin http://64.238.240.139/eforumnihf/webpag g08/kids.htm es/MainPage.aspx or call 1-800-968-IDEA. West Valley Fine Arts: CAAP 2009 - PVCM Kyrene's Summer Academy The Center for Advanced Program: Children ages 5-13 can Academic Programming explore their creative talents (CAAP) is designed for Mon-Thurs, June 1-25. in music, art and theater academically motivated and Students entering classes taught by art gifted learners between the kindergarten through eighth instructors in the Valley. ages of 8 and 14 years. grade can take enrichment Various programs are There is an application classes. For more information available. Call for prices process to be accepted into call (480) 783-4000, or visit: and location. (623) 935-6384 CAAP classes. For more www.kyrene.org/summeracademy or visit information, visit www.westvalleyarts.org. http://www.pvc.maricopa.ed u/ce/spring08/kids.htm The Hohokam Experience: Desert Botanical Garden Leadership Workshop Summer Camp: Foundation: Kids ages 7-14 will do an Ages 4–6 can enjoy Sammy archaeological excavation, and Friends half-day Kids ages 10-19 can take part scientific experiments and summer camp. Ages 6 -11 in interactive workshops to the replication of ancient art, can enjoy hikes, arts & crafts learn better communication tools and houses. Pueblo and try interactive activities skills, develop conflict Grande Museum & to learn about the desert. resolution skills, learn how to Archaeological Park, 4619 Teens can enjoy the San handle peer pressure and E. Washington St., Phoenix. Juan River Trip. Call Amy increase self-confidence. For Call (602) 495-0901 or visit: Ford (480) 941-1225 or more information go to: http:// www.phoenix.gov/pueblo/edpr visit: http://www.dbg.org/ www.orho.org or call (480) ogram.html 882-6011.
  2. 2. Challenger Space Center Mad Science summer camp Reading Clinic: Ages 6-12 can enjoy a variety Reading clinic is for children 21170 N. 83rd Avenue of weeklong session such as of any age or adults who have Peoria, 85382 “Rockin Rockets”, “Robot reading needs. Both remedial June 4 – August 3, World” and “Let’s Get and speed-reading skills are Kindergarteners through 8th Growing.” Gilbert taught. Reading specialists graders can enjoy several Presbyterian Church, 235 E. will test, diagnose and set-up space themed camps. Call Guadalupe Road, Gilbert an individual program for Tracy Gambino at (623) Contact: (480) 222-2233 or each student. Call (623) www.madscience.org/scottsd 322-2047 or visit: 931-2530. Glendale alenephoenix www.azchallenger.org for Community College, 6000 W. more information. Olive Ave., Glendale. Math Camp & More All Around Math Learning Ombudsman Summer Center School 430 W. Warner Rd, Tempe Boost mental math skills for Math Adventures Camp for 4700 E. Thomas Rd. ages 5-12 years. Full month grades 1-12. Academic Phoenix, 85018 and three day a week classes enrichment is available from Computer assisted programs. available. Visit 9-Noon or 1-4pm Mon-Fri. Call (602) 840-2997 or visit www.IQabacus.com or call For more information visit http://ombudsman.com/locatio (480) 763-8272. www.allaroundmath.com ns/arizona/ or call (480) 833-7338 Project Potential Summer Smart Minds Summer Conquer AIMS Now School Academy Camp available Mon-Fri, Montezuma Middle school For gifted and high 9am-Noon (grades 2-4) and offer academic enrichment, achieving students ages 1-4pm (grades 5-7). field trips and weekly themes. 4-14. Interdisciplinary Extended day is also For more information call courses in technology, available. Classes in math, (480) 831-6057 or visit writing, reading, math, art science and public speaking leonagroup.com and drama. For more for gifted and or highly information call (602) motivated students. For more 347-2656 or visit information call (480) 773-7455 or visit wesd.k12.az.us. azsmartminds.com. Rancho Solano Science Camp Zoo: Tesseract School and Technology Camp: Kids ranging from 9 one-week sessions Children (preschool-9th grade) Preschoolers to eight graders available. Camp zoo is can enjoy a variety of exciting can enjoy a variety of designed for grades K-8th. activities including, field trips, education activities this Camp will include academic computers, swimming, arts, summer at Rancho Solano enrichment, arts & crafts, academic enrichment, sports Private Schools. Locations science and sports. Full day and special events. Call (480) available throughout the and half day options 991-1770 for more valley visit: available. Call (602) information. http://www.ranchosolano.co 273-1341 or visit: m/summersession.php phoenixzoo.org
  3. 3. Spanish & French Whispering Wind Summer Camp: Summer Camp: Sun-sational Summer International School of Learning: Mondays-Fridays, morning, Arizona, 1401 N. 75th St. Ages 4-12 can enjoy a afternoon or all day classes Scottsdale. variety of programs and available for preschoolers and For ages 2-10, Spanish and activities. Jump start to pre- elementary students. For French immersion camp kindergarten, kindergarten more information call features arts, crafts, songs and first grade. Pom, cheer Montessori Educational and games (half day or full and babysitters class Centre North Campus, 815 N. day). More intensive study available. Visit Gilbert Rd, Mesa (480) available for ages 7-1. Visit comed.pvusd.k12.az.us or 964-1381 or visit www.isaz.org or call (480) call (602) 867-5109. www.montessorictr.org. 874-2326 for more Whispering Pines Elem. information. Fulton Summer Institute: Athletes in Training Power Scottsdale Education The Ira A. Fulton School of Kids Day Camps: Center: Engineering will offer programs in pre-engineering Children ages 5-13 can get Academic enrichment, design, web page sports skills, academic computers, foreign language, development, civil enrichment, character PSAT/SAT/ACT prep and engineering and development and field trips science for grades pre-K thru transportation issues to at sites all over the Valley. 12th grade. For more junior high and high school For more information call information call (480) students. Call (480) (602) 995-8877 or visit: 538-0828 or visit 965-6822 or visit: www.athletesintraining.com www.sectutoring.com http://www.fulton.asu.edu/fulto n/departments/cor/summer/su mmerinstitute.php Brophy College Summertech Computer El Dorado Private School Preparatory Summer Camp School Program: Summer camp for ages 3 thru Day and overnight schedules 1st grade. Academic Kids entering grades 6-12 available. Activities for ages enrichment, arts and crafts, can participate in classes 10-16 featuring digital film, computers, cooking, music designed to reinforce animation, music recording, and weekly themes are fundamental concepts, machinima, flash, code, web available. For more attitudes and skills necessary and sports. ASU West, 4701 information call for academic success. W. Thunderbird Road. Visit (480) 502-6878 or visit: Brophy College Preparatory www.summertech.net or call www.eldoradops.com School, 4701 N. Central 1-866-814-TECH. Ave., Phoenix. For information visit: http://www.brophyprep.or g/aca/summerschool/index. html or call (602) 264-5291, ext 444.
  4. 4. LearningRX Riparian Institute Arizona Animal Welfare Brain Games: The SMART League Way to Play for ages 6-14. The Riparian Institute offers Camp Ruffin It is for young Academic enrichment and a variety of summer adults ages 10-12 who are games are available. For programs in 2009 from interested in Animal-related more information call (480) Archaeology Camp, Nature careers. Weeklong camps 391-7323 or visit Camp, Paleontology Camp include activities such as dog www.learningrx.com to Astronomy Camp. For washing, obedience training, more information visit photography and animal www.riparianinstitute.org/ca behavior enrichment. For lendar.cfm or call Scott more information call (602) Anderson at 480-503-6744. 273-6852 Ext. 108 or visit www.aawl.org. Arizona Science Center Arizona Science Center Desert Foothills Community Summer Science Camp Education 2009: ages 6-7 NEW TEEN CAMP for ages (Investigators), 8-9 (Junior 12-14, July 24-28 from 9am College for kids offers Scientists) and 10-11 to 4pm. Put on your lab academic enrichment to (Researchers.) Academic coats and join the Arizona grades K-2 (focusing on Math enrichment, computers and Science Center at Barrow’s and Reading classes / 3-6 science available. For Neurological Institute for a Academy (focusing on social information call (602) weeklong investigation on studies, math, science, etc…). 716-2028 or visit Doctoring DNA. For more For more information call www.azscience.org. information call (602) (480) 575-2075 or visit 716-2028 or visit www.ccusd93.org (click on wwww.azscience.org for parents icon, then go to community education).

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