Fremont, CA—Now in its 29th year, the Ohlone for Kids and Teens Summer Enrichment Program is gearing up for another season of fun learning and exploration. With more than 300 class offerings, ranging from Video Game Design and 3D printing, to Little Veterinarian School and American Sign Language, parents and kids will find more than enough options to learn, explore, and have fun this summer.
Long-time Ohlone for Kids and Teens instructor, Brandon Stewart shares, “I've loved that Ohlone has given me the freedom to help students learn to explore the world around them in fun,non-traditional ways. And one of the best things about the program is that students can explore a wide variety of classes that engage their interests and get them excited about learning new skills.”
Classes will be taught at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont and Newark Memorial High School in Newark. New this year will be classes in Hindi, Mandarin, and Jazz. All classes are age-appropriate and parents are asked to register their daughters and sons in classes specified for the grade level they will be going into in the fall. The Ohlone for Kids and Teens Summer Enrichment Program was voted the BEST teen focus Summer Camp three years in a row by Parent's Press! In fact, last year, the program won top winner of Parents Press Reader's Choice for 2017 for Alameda County in 3 different categories!
Beginning June 25th and running through August 2nd, there will be three class sessions for grades 4 -11 with registration starting on April 16 at 9:00 AM. The most popular classes fill up fast, so don’t delay! For more information, call 510-979-7597, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or register online at ohloneforkids.com.