Capital University News, California State University, Sacramento
March 8, 2004
CSUS offers summer of fun and learning
Kids can have
fun learning this summer during one of the many educational and recreation
programs available at California State University, Sacramento.
Summer fun starts on the water at the CSUS Aquatic Center at Lake Natoma where
11 one-week sessions in sailing, kayaking, water skiing, jet skiing and other
water activities will be available. Other sessions will include Adventure Camp
for youth 13-years and older; Paddle Camp for children 12-years and older;
and Guppie camp for 7-year-olds.
The popular Academic Talent Search continues with its offerings of accelerated
and enrichment courses for children in grades six through nine. ATS will have
such diverse offerings as Forensic Science, Japanese, Web Design and the Internet,
Veterinary Medicine and Sculpture among others. Now entering its 22nd year, ATS
will offer one-, three- and five-week sessions. Call ahead or check their website
for required testing and application processing information.
Science Adventures Summer Camp returns with 10 week-long camps for sixth- through
ninth-graders. Children can choose from "Newton's Motion Madness," "The
Great Dinosaur Mystery," "Space and Rocketry" or "Robo-Tech
CSUS Aquatic Center
Several sports camps will also be offered where children and teens can improve
their skills in volleyball, soccer, basketball and baseball.
For more information about the specific programs offered, refer to the
contact numbers listed on the following schedule. For media assistance,
contact the CSUS public affairs office at (916) 278-6156.
Schedule of youth
programs at CSUS
CSUS Academic Talent Search
7750 College Town Drive, Suite 101
Web site: http://edweb.csus.edu/projects/ATS/
One-, three- and five-week sessions offered throughout the summer to students
in grades six through nine. Call for information on required testing and
Two one-week programs: June 21-25 and August 2-6
three-week programs: June 21-July 9 and July 12-30