All of the classes this year will be offered at Clark State’s campuses at Leffel Lane and in downtown Springfield. But the program will be expanded to Clark State’s Beavercreek campus next year, Hall said.
Classes are no longer than two hours, but families can also sign up for a day-camp option, allowing a student to pair two classes together for one full day of the camp. The classes last one week.
“One thing I’m excited about is the kids get to sample actual college programs,” Hall said. “That’s something that many kids benefit from. They could have the same professor or the department chair teaching them in the summer that they may have when they’re doing College Credit Plus or even embarking upon a major at Clark State or somewhere else.”