Parker Summer Program
Imagine a summer immersed in adventures of discovery. Students in Parker's Summer Program spend their time pursuing passions, exercising their bodies and preparing for academic success.
An array of experiential learning courses and specialty camps are offered, designed to enrich and enhance a student's learning profile.
Classes such as robotics, ceramics, computer programming and graphic design allow students to discover new interests and develop skills.
Students who want to get ahead can take courses in foreign languages, academic jump-start or immersion — in-depth academic courses. High school students can fulfill academic requirements and earn credits.
Aspiring jazz musicians can polish their talents under the guidance of professional performers. The Jazz 88.3 FM Summer Jazz Workshop closes with a student performance at San Diego's House of Blues.
And because a sound body makes for a sound mind, the program features sports skills camps directed by leading outfits such as Nike, Top Gun Basketball and Creative Skills Soccer.
Classes are in three-week sessions from late June through early August. Students may enroll in morning or afternoon classes or combine several courses to fill the day.
Parker's Summer Program makes the long break fun and enriching. It's open to all San Diego County students entering Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12. Check back in late February for the 2015 course catalog.
Director, Summer and Extended Day Programs
858 / 569-7900 Ext. 4236