Building on Saddleback College’s strong partnership with the Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD), Saddleback College’s Community Education program will begin offering after-school educational and enrichment activities at local schools for elementary school children.
Saddleback College’s Community Education program has set its After-School Experience schedule to include five 6-week sessions to be offered throughout the 2013/14 academic year. The first session will begin the week of September 23rd and will include more than 200 classes at 35 local elementary schools. The program offers art, science, cooking, sports, and academic enrichment classes, which are taught by CUSD teachers and professional experts. All classes will be held on CUSD elementary school sites and will follow school dismissal times.
To register for the After-School Experience program, please visit the Saddleback College Community Education website at www.saddleback.edu/ce.
In preparation of the After-School Experience program, Saddleback College Community Education assessed the needs of the school sites, transitioned successful existing after-school classes, and formed new partnerships to meet the after-school educational and enrichment needs of local students and families. A more extensive schedule to include middle and high school students will be available at additional campuses during the 2013/14 academic year.
For more than 30 years Saddleback College Community Education has provided the south Orange County community with high-quality classes and activities that promote life-long learning and personal success. The College for Kids summer program was established in the early 1980’s, offering a wide assortment of classes to children at the Saddleback College campus. Community Education also offers swimming and diving lessons through its youth aquatics program.