For its ninth year, the Pasadena Educational Foundation is offering a wealth of academic opportunities to San Gabriel Valley students with its Summer Enrichment Program.
The Middle and High School Summer Enrichment Program will take place from June to July, offering sixth-through-twelfth-graders courses on SAT preparation, math, science and English; and if your child wants to learn something a little different this summer, he or she can take classes on scriptwriting, letterpress printing or even the card game, Bridge.
The Summer Enrichment Program is also opening up a variety of new experiences to younger children with its program for elementary school students. Alongside teaching math, science and English, the program also offers classes in music, art, chess, cooking, robotics and fitness. With a selection of courses as varied as this, your child may discover a skill that he or she can use throughout their life - or, at the very least, these classes will keep your them from being bored this summer. Classes run from June 18 to July. 19, 2012, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for grades K - 6; June 13 - July 17, Monday through Friday, 7:50 a.m. to 1:10 p.m. for grades 6 - 12. Classes will be held at Franklin Elementary, Hamilton Elementary, Marshall Fundamental School and Norma Coombs Alternative School.
Franklin Elementary (K-6) 527 W. Ventura St., Altadena; Hamilton Elementary (K - 6) 2089 Rose Villa St., Pasadena; Marshall Fundamental School, 990 N. Allen Ave., Pasadena Norma Coombs Alternative School (K-6) 2600 Paloma St., Pasadena. For more information, go to pasedfoundation.org or call 626.396.3625.