Saturday/Summer Enrichment Programs (SEP)

Fall SEP 2019

Join us this fall for our fun enrichment classes! Classes run from 9:30 - 3:00 on Saturdays from October 12-19, 2019. Classes are $260 each with a $50 deposit due with application. Please see application packet (by clicking "Register for Fall SEP") for course specifics, descriptions and application instructions. The deadline to apply October 7, 2019

Early Bird Pricing, Now - September 20, 2019: $255.00
Regular Pricing, September 21, 2019-October 7, 2019: $260.00

REGISTER FOR FALL SEP

Note: All classes open unless marked FULL

Fall Session | October 12 -19, 2019

  • My Amazing Body! | Grades K-2 
  • Beautiful Math | Grade K-2
  • Elementary Engineering | Grades 3-5
  • LEGO Robotics I | Grades 4-6
Super Saturday Enrichment Program

 Join us this fall for our Super Saturday Event! Classes run from 9:30 - 3:00 on November 9, 2019.

Early Bird Pricing, Now - October 4, 2019: $135.00

Regular Pricing, $145 each with a $50 deposit due with application. 

Please see application packet (by clicking "Register for Super Saturday") for course specifics, descriptions and application instructions. 

REGISTER FOR SUPER SATURDAY

Super Saturday Session | November 9, 2019

  • My Amazing Body! | Grades K-2 
  • LEGO WeDo | Grades 1-3
  • The Renaissance | Grades 2-3
  • Try Engineering | Grades 3-5
  • Cosmic Visitors in Colonial Virginia, or Elaborate Hoax from the Past? | Grades 4-5 
  • Capturing American History with a Digital Camera | Grades 6-8
Program Philosophy

SEP is an academically challenging program with an emphasis on inquiry-based learning for students. The program is not meant to supplant the regular school curriculum; rather, it recognizes the importance of allowing able youngsters to explore additional specialized areas of science, mathematics, humanities, and arts. Course activities are compatible with the expected achievement of talented students at specific grade and age levels.

SEP Class

Behaviors fostered by the gifted learner program include the ability to:

  • apply process skills used in individual fields of inquiry,
  • recognize problems and approaches to problem solving,
  • understand and appreciate individual differences, and
  • become a self-directed learner.

 

 


For more information about our enrichment programs, please contact the Precollegiate Learner Programs Team at (757) 221-6198. You can also contact us by [[sep, email]].