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The Auburn University Summer Enrichment Program is offered by Auburn University Curriculum and Teaching. This program was developed in order to give students ages 3.5–8 years old academically enriching experiences during the summer. This program also allows undergraduate students to learn about the art of teaching in a classroom during the summer. The program provides instruction in English Language Arts, Math and Science and follows Alabama Course of Study Standards as well as the National Common Core Standards.
The mission of the Summer Enrichment Program is to continue the education of young children by allowing independent discoveries through hands on activities.
Children will attend the program in rooms 2430, 2438, and 2442 of the Haley Center on the AU campus.
To celebrate 25 years of providing high-quality, child-centered educational enrichment for young children, this year’s theme will be “Our Amazing Auburn.” Our investigations, guided by graduate and undergraduate students in Curriculum and Teaching, will focus upon our historical campus, the intriguing discoveries that are made here, and the people who make up this community of learners. Attentive to 21st century learning standards and in keeping with our rich tradition, we will be working with children to develop interesting questions and the strategies to construct answers—all the while building your child’s confidence and competence as a joyful learner. This year we are introducing innovative curriculum and assessment materials that make your child’s learning more intentional and more visible.
Download an enrollment form here.
Space for this year’s program is limited.
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2013