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Essex County College’s popular Saturday Youth Program will begin its Spring 2018 Semester program Saturday, January 20 for 10 sessions at the main Newark campus.


The classes are geared toward children from age five to high school. Some of the programs have several sections to accommodate different age groups. There will be in-person registration on January 13, 20 and 27 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Room 3291 (Yellow Area) on the Newark campus. Additional information is available at (973) 877-3079.


Youth programs include “Algebra,” for students in sixth through ninth grade; “Chess,” for students ages nine to 15; “Composition Writing,” for students in grades three to eight; “Computer Graphics,” for students ages nine to 15; Dance Combo,” for children ages five to 11; “Discovering Young Artists,” for youth ages five to 10, and “Fun with Phonics,” for children in kindergarten through second grade.


Also, “Geometry,” for students in grades nine and ten; “Improving Penmanship,” for students ages nine to 12; “Improving Reading Comprehension,” for children in grades one through eight; “Keyboarding and Word Processing,” for children ages nine to 15; “Martial Arts,” for children ages six through 15; “Musical Performers Studio,” for those ages eight to 15; “Problem Solving Math,” for students in grades one through eight; “Spanish for Youth,” for children ages six to 11 “STEM Enrichment,” geared for students in grades one through six, and “Zumba for Kids,” aimed at children ages six to 11.


The College will also offer preparation classes for specific state tests, also on Saturdays during the youth program sessions.


PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) Test Prep will include classes in both language arts and mathematics. This program is for students in grades three to eight.


SAT English and Mathematics preparation classes for students in 11th and 12th grades will also be held.







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