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Classes Suggested for Grades 1 and 2

Amazing Africa Learn about Africa and the animals that live there. Make a model of the African continent out of salt dough, explore the pyramids, and learn about hieroglyphics. Learn the meaning of African masks and make one to take … Continue reading

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Classes Suggested for Grades 3 to 5

Activate Your Theatre Skills Explore the many aspects of stage performance, including characterization, ensemble acting, creativity, the art of listening and silence, and following directions. Build specific skills needed for the stage including cooperation, focus, concentration, improvisation, stage movement and … Continue reading

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Classes Suggested for Grades 6 to 8

GPS, Geocaching, and Google Maps – FULL Adventure out into the wilds of Keene (within walking distance of KSC) using GPS handhelds to zero in on geocaches. Retrieve the hidden treasure, then put together your own geocache, locate it on … Continue reading

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Classes are beginning to fill!

Response to our camps has been wonderful! Registration is no longer being accepted for these classes.  We do take waitlists for all closed classes. Junior Chefs (July 16 – 20) Lego Engineering II Goes Green (July 9 – 13 and July 23 – … Continue reading

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Kids on Campus Registration Now Open

Kids on Campus Registration opened on March 12. You can register online or print the registration form on the last page of the brochure and fax or mail it in. Four classes are now full:  Junior Chefs Lego Engineering II Goes Green (week … Continue reading

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Kids on Campus Faculty

Keene State College graduate E. J. Albin teaches preschool-age children at the Child Study and Development Center at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Albin worked at KSC in the Child Development Center for four years and spent two … Continue reading

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Classes Overview

Most Kids on Campus classes are classified by grades: first and second grades, third through fifth grades, and sixth through eighth grades. A few courses (Legos and Chinese) have special grade ranges.  Please regard these grade ranges as suggestions: use … Continue reading

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Kids on Campus Tuition

All costs are per week: Students registering for one week-long class (morning OR afternoon) : $125 Students registering for two week-long classes in the same week (morning AND afternoon, college staff supervise the student for lunch): $200 AGAIN THIS YEAR! Before and … Continue reading

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Comments From Parents

The best thing about Kids on Campus was … she wants to go to camp. My daughter loves the camp, it is educational and has wonderful teachers. – Laura Aivaliotis My son couldn’t wait to share the details of his … Continue reading

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Comments From Former Students

We did interesting games and activities, and I had fun I enjoyed meeting new people and learning new things, and having fun during the camp. I like all the choices of camps and the camps are fun and educational. – … Continue reading

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