Pre-college campers discover dinosaurs, ice cakes, think like da Vinci

Photo of instructor Jay Taylor and camper Nathan Li

Instructor Jay Taylor (at right) and student Nathan Li created a nifty stop motion story in the Video Animation class.

The Office of Pre-College Programs offers a wide variety of week-long learning opportunities for K–12 students “camping” at Wright State University this summer. The first group of summer enrichment programs, Camp Discovery for K–6 students and Camp Odyssey for 7–9 students, kicked off June 11.

The programs are designed for students to engage in such fields as science, mathematics, foreign languages, the arts, the humanities and computer technology. Classes are planned from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, with extended care available. Select courses for the gifted and talented are also available.

Residential camps and institutes are set for sixth to 12th graders. The participants live on campus for the week-long programs and are supervised by a trained residential staff 24 hours a day. Courses are available in engineering, archaeology, creative writing, law and politics, leadership, mathematics, science, theatre and more.

For more information, visit the website or contact the Office of Pre-College Programs at (937) 775-3135.

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