Winter, Spring & Fall Classes
In all the seasons except summer, Kids on Campus classes are held weekday evenings or weekends and are listed in the quarterly Noncredit Schedule of Classes (For summer, a separate Kids On Campus Schedule of Classes is published and summer listings can be viewed online after they are published in early February of each year.)
For Home School Students
For Elementary School Students
For Middle School Students
The better you can type, the easier it is to write those school papers and work on your computer.
If you are a beginner and want to learn finger placement and computer parts or develop typing speed and accuracy, sign up for this class now.
Ages 11-14. Improve time management as well as listening, memory, note-taking, and test-taking skills. Become more confident in handling assignments. An analysis of individual learning styles helps you become more efficient and organized.
For High School Students
Ages 15+. If you are planning to take the SAT, this updated course will prepare you for both the verbal and math sections. Verbal preparation will ask you to interpret the meanings of relevant words and phrases in context, utilize close reading to increase comprehension and identify central ideas and themes of a text. The optional essay section will also be covered. Math preparation includes mastery of linear expressions, creating and solving equations, using ratios, percentages and units, problem solving, and data analysis.
Students should have completed Algebra II. Test taking tips will be covered. The class simulates a test-taking environment with practice tests and exercises.
This class is for high school students. Textbook is provided. You must bring a calculator.
This is the most incredible program available for children that I have encountered. The classes are fun, structured and truly spark the imagination of the children involved. You can tell the teachers are quality educators who are passionate about their classes. Great job HCC!" —Christy Carl, Kids on Campus Parent