Cape Cod Academy ~ Academic Enrichment Programs. Classes are for students entering Grades 6, 7, 8 and 9.
All classes run for one week, Monday through Friday, from 9 am to noon. Week A: July 1. 1- 1. Week B: August 8 - 1. Student tuition is $2. Building Electronic Experiments with Arduino. Taught by Mr. Richard Oldach, CCA Faculty. Have you ever wondered about how all of the electronics in your house work?
Have you taken apart your phone, but had difficulty in putting it back together quite the right way? Do you want to build cool electronic experiments that really work? Using the Arduino project kit, you will build 1.
Creative Compositional Concepts for Middle School Musicians (Mrs. Sarah Fachada, CCA Faculty)Students will learn musical concepts such as intervals, scales, key signatures, chord progressions, and forms, and use these concepts to create original compositions on classroom instruments, web- based music notation software, and their own instrument of study. Recommended for students who have had at least one year of private music lessons in piano, strings, wind instruments or voice. French Language & Culture (Mme. Kim Caverly, CCA Faculty)In this French immersion camp, middle school students will be introduced to the French language and culture as they engage in authentic communication through a variety of highly participatory activities including the preparation and sampling of French cuisine, a French shopping simulation, playing the traditional game of boules, enjoying French music, painting water lilies in the style of Claude Monet and sea life in the pointillist style of Georges Seurat.
Kitchen Chemistry (Mrs. Amanda Hall, CCA Faculty)Hungry for chemistry? Do you get a rise from the fermentation reaction? Cooking is chemistry in action with the added benefit that you get to eat the results.
Our culinary investigations will include the sweet and the savory: pizza dough, cheese, rock candy, cookies, cr. Bring an apron or lab coat.
Goggles will be provided. Spanish Language & Culture (Mrs. Jessica Durfey, CCA Faculty)Travel throughout the Spanish- speaking world without leaving the Cape!
INMED offers summer academic enrichment sessions for American Indian students at the junior high, high school and medical preparatory levels. These summer programs are designed to bolster participants' math and science skills.
Each year, IPSF offers summer enrichment classes for elementary, middle, and high school school students from all school districts. Over 5,000 students participate in fee-based classes that are held at a number of.
This Spanish immersion camp will give students the opportunity to learn and practice their language skills in a fun and engaging way. Each day there will be a variety of group and hands- on activities to immerse students in Spanish language and culture. Examples include: engaging in conversations in a staged open- air market; writing poems inspired by Neruda's Odas; planning a trip to Central America; and an outdoor scavenger hunt.
The After School Enrichment Program provides. After School, Pre-K, and Middle School programs require a minimum enrollment of 20 families by August 12th to. Middle School Science Enrichment Program. During the summer programs at Mason, students investigate a. New York City has added 17,000 seats and doubled the number of seats for summer enrichment programs for young people. To be eligible, your child must be in middle school. The Department of Youth and Community.