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331100 - Wyandot Next
This is the next generation of Wyandot Camp, with activities and trips specifically designed for ages 11-14 or children entering middle school.
|Add to Cart||Waitlist||331100-07||Wyandot Next||07/25/16- 07/29/16||9:00 AM- 4:00 PM||M-F||Grizzell Middle Scho||$175/$193||10 years to under 15 years||Item Details|
334255 - ACT Advanced Workshop
The ACT Advanced Workshop is a unique course created by Brian Stewart. The workshop uses a cutting-edge set of practice materials written by instructor Brian Stewart that are designed to be more difficult than the actual ACT. This course is an excellent fit for students who are already familiar with the ACT, have ambitious goals for college admission and scholarships, and are willing to push themselves with extremely challenging material. This class will build off what is covered in the Basic Class, but can stand alone as well. The class fee includes all in-class and homework materials.
|Add to Cart||Available||334255-01||ACTAdvanced Workshop||08/01/16- 08/04/16||6:00 PM- 9:00 PM||M-Th||DCRC||$315/$346||12 years to 19 years||Item Details|
334277 - PSAT/SAT Advanced Workshop
The PSAT/SAT Advanced Class is designed for students who are already familiar with the PSAT/SAT, have ambitious goals for college admission and scholarships (such as National Merit), and are willing to push themselves with the toughest types of questions they may encounter on the test. This class will build off what is covered in the SAT Basic Class, but can stand alone as well. Students will learn advanced strategies to fine-tune their performance, and work with challenging practice exercises created by Brian Stewart. The class fee includes all in-class and homework materials.
|Add to Cart||Available||334277-01||PSAT/SAT Combination||08/08/16- 08/11/16||5:00 PM- 9:00 PM||M-Th||DCRC||$390/$429||12 years to 19 years||Item Details|
334300 - American Red Cross Babysitting
Learn to safely care for young children. Topics include characteristics of children, selecting appropriate games and toys, diapering, feeding and proper babysitting procedures. Information on accident prevention and emergency action is also provided. Class fee includes a babysitter's handbook and American Red Cross certification. Bring a lunch and drink for this all-day program.
|Add to Cart||Available||334300-03||American Red Cross B||08/20/16- 08/20/16||9:00 AM- 3:30 PM||Sa||DCRC||$55/$65||11 years to under 16 years||Item Details|
334410 - Youth Tae Kwon Do
Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art that incorporates self-defense moves, hand techniques, and a variety of kicks. Ji Do Kwon is one of the oldest forms of Tae Kwon Do, dating back 2000 years. Traditional, Ji Do Kwon training focuses on discipline through formal practice in a non-contact format. Ji Do Kwon Tae Kwon Do includes kicking, punching, striking, blocking, and formal patterns called forms. Training is continuous from white belt through black belt rank. Martial artists learn discipline and respect while they are exercising, having fun, and making new friends. Students progress at their own pace. When ready, they have the opportunity to participate in promotional tests (for an additional fee) to increase their rank and qualify to learn advanced techniques. Uniforms can be purchased from the instructor for an additional fee.
|Add to Cart||Available||334410-01||Tae Kwon Do for Youn||06/06/16- 08/15/16||6:15 PM- 7:05 PM||M||DCRC||$110/$121||6 years to under 9 years||Item Details|
|Add to Cart||Available||334410-02||Tae Kwon Do for Youn||06/06/16- 07/25/16||6:15 PM- 7:05 PM||M||DCRC||$84/$94||6 years to under 9 years||Item Details|
334500 - Selective College Admissions
Dave worked on the staff of the MIT Admissions Office after he graduated. For over 30 years, he has interviewed prospective students for MIT here in Central Ohio as a volunteer. He also served eight years as a member of the Columbus Board of Education, including one as its president. He has counseled hundreds of young people and given talks to thousands more students and parents about the selective college admissions process.
Selective college admissions is neither a game nor a random process. There are tangible, common-sense things you should know and can do to increase your chances for admission to the college of your dreams?especially when more & more students are applying for the spots available at selective colleges.
You will learn:
--how to find your best college match
--the attributes selective colleges seek
--what selective colleges look for in your application folder
--how you should present yourself in your applications
--how to prepare for & the importance of college entrance exams
--elements of a great college admissions essay
--what makes an effective recommendation
--making the right impression in a college interview
--the interplay of grades, test scores, extra-curricular activities,
& personal attributes in admissions decisions
|Add to Cart||Available||334500-02||Selective College Ad||08/21/16- 08/21/16||1:00 PM- 5:00 PM||Su||DCRC||$99/$109||14 years and Up||Item Details|