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College for Kids

Summer 2016 classes – Ages 3-17

Kids love learning! NMC College for Kids classes are open to all children and teens age 3 to 17. There is still room in lots of great classes! We've got it all – art, music, science, technology, cooking, dance, outdoor adventures, and more. New classes begin each week, June 13 to August 12. Register today! 

Kids on Campus week - July 18-22 »

GRASP Reading & Math Program »

View the College for Kids Catalog »

Register for College for Kids Classes »

Summer Class Listings

Choosing Classes

  • One-week classes are offered each week, June 13 to August 12. 176 classes in all.
  • Most classes are formatted in a week of four or five half days.
  • The grade level with each class title is the grade your child will enter in Fall 2016.
  • Use the 4-digit 'Code' or 'CRN' when registering.
  • One of the eight weeks — 'Kids on Campus' July 18-22 — lets you choose morning and afternoon classes in the same location and students may stay for lunch for an additional $15.
  • Registration continues throughout the summer. Early enrollment is encouraged as many classes fill quickly.
  • GRASP Reading & Math at-home program runs June 18-August 13. Download the GRASP registration flier and enroll now »
  • Check back for updates throughout the summer. Open classes and added options will be posted online.

Enrolling is easy – register now

Scholarships

  • Partial financial aid is available for families meeting low-income requirements — call (231) 995-1700 for a scholarship form. Awards typically cover one half the cost of each class, for a maximum of up to 3 classes per child (as funds allow).
  • Enrich a child's life by donating to the College for Kids scholarship fund. Learn more »

Children's Choir

Printable summer 2016 catalog »

Print a registration form »

Registration is easy by phone
(
231) 995-1700

Phone hours: Mon.-Fri., 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Walk-in hours: Mon.-Fri., 8 am - 5 pm

More Info

"I like that you get to craft, because art is my talent. I loved making the turtle shell with a plastic cooking pan and painting it" -- Annabelle Jackson, 6 years, took Cowabunga Dude! Ninja Turtles class