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TAMUK Offers College for Kids this Summer

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Are your children looking for something to do this summer?  The Center for Continuing Education at Texas A&M University-Kingsville will offer its Third Annual College for Kids during the month of July for students entering grades fourth through ninth.

College for Kids is a three-week summer program that begins Monday, July 8th, and continues through Thursday, July 25th.  Children attending the program spend time in a college setting that provides a unique learning environment outside the traditional classroom.  They get to choose either academic or elective courses ranging from writing improvement to theatre.

Registration is currently open and will remain open until Friday, June 28th.  Each class is limited to 15 students so early registration is advised.

All classes are held Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Students may choose full or half day options.  They may attend one, two or all three weeks of the program.

Tuition for College for Kids is $375 for the full time three week option and $200 for part time for three weeks.  Each week individually is $175 for full time and $125 for part time.

For more information visit www.tamuk.edu/continuinged

 

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