College for Kids, now in its 12th year, is a summer camp designed to provide young people ages 10 to 14 with a taste of college. It is offered both in Gainesville at Santa Fe’s Northwest campus, and at our Andrews Center in Starke. Students can choose from more than 70 different class options, just like a college student. Courses are project-oriented activities beyond what most students would normally experience during the regular school year. College for Kids is offered in two sessions this summer: July 12-22 and July 26-Aug. 5. Students can attend for a full or half day. Learn more online.
College for Teens
New this year are two summer options for teens ages 15-18. Get the details online.
Summer Leadership Camp
The Summer Leadership Camp is a four-day training in leadership skills. It meets 9 a.m.-3 p.m. July 6-8. Teens will learn the skills they need to become effective leaders including goal setting, problem solving, effective communication, and how to become a leader in today’s world.
Counselor in Training
Counselor in Training (CIT) is a work-oriented volunteer experience that gives teens the opportunity to assist our College for Kids instructors. After successful completion of the CIT program, teens receive verification of volunteer hours that can be applied to service requirements for programs such as Bright Futures. Learn more online.
You may register for any of these programs online at www.mysfcollege.com, by phone at 395-5193, by fax at 395-5945, or in in V-17.