There are a variety of opportunities for children from infants to teens. Babies can learn to swim. Children as young as 5 years old learn to read, dance or play an instrument. Teens can build computers, create Web pages, learn Photoshop and even create and edit their own movies. Test preparation courses are available to help prepare for college and careers while other classes concentrate on improving study skills and self-esteem.
A great opportunity for kids to go to college during the summer, this three-week program offers a wide variety of exciting classes for kids in grades 2–8.
Art Camp gives young artists the opportunity to enhance their creative freedom and self-expression in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
Campers learn basketball skills as well as skills that will make them successful teammates, players and people.
Haltom City Northeast Center
Campers (grades 6-9) learn product design and testing, financial investment, civic participation and community service by engaging in two weeks of fun-filled activities.
Choir Camp teaches the 2014-15 Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All-State Choir music to area high school students.
Dance Camp will offer creative and challenging opportunities for youth dancers to develop self-esteem, self-discipline, creative expression and critical thinking skills.
EuphTub Studios presents this day camp for low brass players with at least one year of playing experience who are entering grades 6-12.
TCC Northeast Campus Music Department hosts this special 2-day summer jazz camp that is open to all instrumentalists ages 12 and up.
High-achieving high school students have the chance to explore a variety of science, technology, engineering and mathematics topics.
Soccer Camp is designed for beginner to intermediate players who want to improve their skills and knowledge of the game.
Generation Hope is a 3-year college preparatory middle school education program that focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curricula. Generation Hope helps economically disadvantaged students advance in the classroom and in life.
Classes offered fall and spring semesters; check the latest course schedule for current offerings.
Classes will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays
A four-week summer program to help prepare new college students for entry-level college work. Reading, writing, and math classes will offer you a more successful college experience. Take only the classes you want or need to improve these skills.
Updated December 12, 2014