Rose State opens Kids College enrollment
MIDWEST CITY — Rose State College has opened registration for its Kids College summer courses that draw more than 1,500 students to campus every summer.
Rose State is inviting students entering first- through 10th-grade in the upcoming fall semester to enroll in Kids College. The program will feature a wide variety of activities scheduled for each of the week-long camps, ranging from STEM classes and video game design to sports, arts, cooking and beyond.
Students can enjoy courses like Aerospace Discovery, Archery, Candy Chemistry, 3D Printing, Drones and more.
Limited spots also are available for all-day Aerospace Discovery camps in which students will learn about the math, science and technology that goes into the design of aircraft and rockets. They will also be given the opportunity to apply their knowledge by building and launching their own rockets in a fun, interactive learning environment.
“We’re fortunate to have an amazing group of instructors this year that are all uniquely talented at presenting fun and interactive ways to explore a wide variety of topics,” said Rick Woodard, Rose State Community Learning Center director. “This is a great way to spend part of your summer, and we encourage parents to enroll students early as Kids College and Teen Scene programs will fill up quickly.”
Camp instructors are educators from the Oklahoma City metro area who are selected for their expertise in specific subjects. They are equipped with the skills to provide interactive experiences and creative activities that foster stimulating learning environments, a news release stated.
Also, before- and after-care is available for both the morning and afternoon class sessions.
On Monday, a spokesman with Rose State College said the school is monitoring concerns about the coronavirus, however, since the classes do not begin until June, parents still are encouraged to register children now.
For more information, contact the Community Learning Center at 405-733-7392 or go to rose.edu/kids.