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UC kidsí summer programs 2003

13 February 2003

Lawrence Hall of Science
Summer Full-Day Camps
A new, week-long, hands-on science camp exploring biology, chemistry, physics and math, as well as games, puzzles, stories, hikes and art. For all LHS camps, see lawrencehallofscience.org.
Dates/Times: July 28-Aug. 1 and Aug. 4-8 (five days each), 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday
Level: Entering grade 3
Enrollment: 12-16 campers
Fee: $329 ($289 for members)
Camp Code: 7/28-8/1: JH33-603A; 8/4-8/8: JH33-603B
Phone: 642-5134
Web: lawrencehallofscience.org

Beastly Botanical Safari Camp
A LHS/UC Botanical Garden

Full-Day Camp
Explore cacti, edible tropical fruits, and Native American plants used for food and clothing, from deserts to the redwoods. Live animals help answer questions from each habitat. All classes are at the UC Botanical Garden. Bring a lunch.
Dates/Times: June 23-27; and Aug. 11-15 (five meetings each),
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Level: Entering Grades 3-4
Enrollment: 12-16 campers
Price: $329 ($289 for LHS members)
Camp Code: June 23-27: BH34-701A; Aug. 11-15: BH34-701B
Phone: 642-5134
Web Site: lawrencehallofscience.org

Half-Day Camps
NOTE: Find more than 30 half-day camps on the LHS web site, lawrencehallofscience.org
Phone: 642-h5134

Lawrence Hall of Science Summer Residential Camps
Grouse Ridge Wilderness Backpacking Science Camp
For beginning to intermediate backpackers
Dates: July 9-14 (6 days)
Level: Ages 10-14
Enrollment: 26-39 campers
Orientation at LHS: 7p.m., Wednesday,May 28,

Sonora Pass Wilderness Areas Backpacking Science Camp
Dates: July 19-24 (6 days)
Level: Ages 11-15
Enrollment: 22-26 campers
Orientation at LHS: 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 28

Pacific Coast Ecology San Mateo Coast Youth Campground
Dates: June 18-22 ( 5 days)
Level: Grades 4-6
Enrollment: 32-45 campers
Orientation at LHS:
7 p.m., Wednesday, May 21

Wildlife Biology Research Camp, UC Sagehen
Research Station
Date: July 27-Aug. 1 (6 days)
Level: Grades 9-12
Enrollment: 20-24 campers
Orientation at LHS:
7 p.m., Wednesday, June 4

Marine Biology Research Camp, UC Bodega Marine Lab
Dates: Aug. 11-16 (6 days)
Level: Grades 9-12
Enrollment: 20-24 campers
Orientation at LHS:
7 p.m., Wednesday, June 4

UC Botanical Garden
Green Stuff Day Camp
Explore, taste, learn, discover, experiment, and enjoy the world of plants. Check www.mip.berkeley.edu/garden/ for details and programs.
Dates: June 16-20, June 30-July 3, July 7-11, July 14-18
Times: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Level: Ages 5-7
Fee: $175 (Exception:
June 30-July 3 is $130)

Dates: July 21-25,
Aug. 4-8
Times: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Level: Ages 8-11
Fee: $175
Phone: 643-2755

YEAH (Young Entrepreneurs at Haas School of Business)
High-school youth learn the basics of starting and operating a business, personal finance, and office software programs, and experience field trips and guest speakers. YEAH serves educationally disadvantaged students in the West Contra Costa, Berkeley, Oakland, and Emeryville districts.
Dates: July 21-Aug. 1, every other Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Level: Current 8th graders
Registration: Application, letters of recommendation, and 8th-grade transcripts required for the interview and selection process.
Phone: Ajuah Helton at 643-8906
E-mail: YEAH@haas.berkeley.edu

CalYouth and Outdoor Programs
Dates: Contact program
Registration: Online until filled
Phone: 643-CAMP/2267 or 642-4000
Web: www.oski.org

Aquatics Programs
Many swimming classes at different levels.
Dates: June 16-Aug. 21
Level: Six months to 16 years

Coaches Athletic Camps
Sports include football, baseball, soccer, volleyball, lacrosse, softball, crew, track and field, basketball, rugby.
Level: Ages 5-17
Fees: vary

Cal Adventures Half-Days Outdoor Camps
Classes in sailing, windsurfing, rock climbing, sea kayaking, plus afternoon adventures
Level: Ages 8-17
Fees: vary

Cal Adventures Full-Day Outdoor Camp
Level: Ages 9-13
Fees: vary

Golden Bear Half-Day Recreation Camps
Cheer (ages 8-12), Sports ATDP (ages 5-12), Cyber (ages 8-15), Dance (ages 7-12), Drama/ Performing Arts (ages 8-12), Golf (ages 9-15), Sports Conditioning (ages 10-15), Sports for Girls, (ages 8-14), Tennis (ages 6-15), Theatre Arts/Drama & Dance (ages 8-12), Gymnastics (ages 5-18), Blue Cubs (ages 7 and 8), Skateboard (ages 8-16), Blue Bears (ages 9 and 10) ,Blue Grizzlies (ages 11 and 12), CIT (grades 8-12)

Golden Bear Full-Day Recreation Camps
Explorer Camp (ages 5 and 6), Gymnastics (ages 6-18), Blue Cubs (ages 7 and 8) Sports & Gardens (ages 7-12), Sports & More (ages 7-12), Blue Bears (ages 9-11), Skateboard Elite Team (ages 10-16), Blue Grizzlies (ages 11 & 12) , Gold Adventures (ages 11-14), Science & Sports, (grades 1-6), CIT (grades 8-12).

Summer Camp at University Village
Office Location: 1125 Jackson St., Albany, CA 94706
Phone: 524-4926
Fax: 527-9934
Email: uvrec@mail.housing.berkeley.edu

Youth English Adventure
A 3-week summer course combining elementary to intermediate language learning with group activities. Some prior English is required.
Dates: July 7-25, July 28-Aug. 14
Level: Ages 13-17
Sessions: summer, 15 class hours, plus 15 hours of activities weekly
Price: $2,250 (includes tuition, housing, meals and trip to Yosemite)
Phone: 642-9833
Web: www.unex.berkeley.edu/elp

Academic Talent Development Program
Office Location: 3639 Tolman Hall, MC 1670, Berkeley, CA 94720-1670
Phone: 642-8308
Fax: 642-0510
Web: atdp.berkeley.edu

Outstanding K-6 students are invited to a three-week summer session at Washington Elementary School in Point Richmond.
Dates: July 7-July 25 (3 weeks)
Level: Grades K-6
Daily Schedule: Morning classes (8:30 a.m.-noon) or afternoon classes (1-4:30 p.m). Students take just one class.
Fees: Processing fee: $30 (non-refundable); tuition and materials: $405-$425; sibling discount: $25 per student (not including processing fee)
Application Deadlines: Postmark deadline for returning ED students: Monday, March 10
Postmark deadline for new ED applicants: Thursday, March 27

Academically talented students attend a six-week session of challenging summer classes.
Dates: June 16 to July 25 (6 weeks)
Level: Grade 7-11
Weekly Schedule: 5-unit classes (2 days per week); 10-unit classes (3 days per week)
Daily Schedule: Morning classes (8:30 a.m.-noon) or afternoon classes (1-4:30 p.m.). New students take just one class.
Fees: Processing fee: $30
(non-refundable); tuition: 5 units, $375; 10 units, $550; AP biology, $750; lab/materials: $32-$170
Application Deadlines: Postmark deadline for returning SD students: Friday, Feb. 14
Postmark deadline for new SD applicants: Friday, Feb. 28

Science Exploration at Lawrence Berkeley Lab
Recreational and science-oriented activities.
Date: July 14-Aug. 22
Level: Entering grades 2-6
Fee: $185/week
Phone: 486-6566
E-mail: ScienceCamp@lbl.gov
Web: sciencecamp.lbl.gov