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There’s no need to wait for your 18th birthday to attend college. Kids entering the first through 12th grades can learn new skills and have a great time on the UNM-LA campus this summer.
As usual, UNM-LA will hold Children’s College, now in its 25th year. This year UNM-LA will partner with Pajarito Environmental Education Center and incorporate a nature hike. Children’s College will be held from Aug. 3-7. Children’s College focuses on a fun science-oriented curriculum.
“We love having the kids on campus for Children’s College,” said Community Education Coordinator, Eileen Gallegos. “Their excitement energizes everyone.”
Children’s College has a morning session for kids entering grades one through three and an afternoon session geared toward kids entering grades four through six. Tuition is $125, which includes all materials, snacks and a T-shirt.
Some of the workshops this year include planets, rock cycle, polar animals/global warming and My Owner’s Manual: How I Take Care of Myself To Be Healthy & Happy and Incredible Secret Formulas. Workshops are subject to change.
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