The College for Kids (CFK) summer camp at Santa Fe College is designed as an academic program offering students challenging, fun, hands-on learning experiences beyond the ordinary school environment. A wide range of classes in topics ranging from art to math to science to computer skills is available to choose from in block sessions. Classes are for ages 10 – 14 and rising 5th to 9th grade students.
The Santa Fe College Counselor in Training (CIT) Leadership Program is accepting applications. The program gives teens ages 15-18 a chance to earn volunteer hours while assisting College for Kids instructors in addition to learning leadership skills. A maximum of only 25 CITs can be accepted for each session. Deadline for applications is May 25.
Register online anytime, or by phone 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays at 352-395-5193.
Visit the Santa Fe College CFK webpage for more information about College for Kids at www.sfcollege.edu/cied/communityed/index.php?section=cfk/CFKinfo
For more information about the Santa Fe College CIT program, go to www.sfcollege.edu/cied/communityed/index.php?section=cfk/CITprogram
Santa Fe College NW Campus 2017 CFK Camp dates (Monday-Thursday):
- Session I: 7/10 – 7/20
- Session II: 7/24 – 8/3
Full Day – $348 per session
Half Day – $174 per session
(cost includes lab fees & 3 camp T-shirts)
Full lunch (8 meals) – $50
Registration deadlines – Session I: June 29 | Session II: July 13