Youth Programming

Winter Enrichment 2016

Make your winter break one to remember and join us on campus for four days of learning adventures!

  • February 15 to 18, 2016
  • For students in grades 4 - 6
  • Aftercare until 5pm available


For full course information and registration forms, click here.

8:15 – 10:15AM Classes

  • Ask the Expert: Marine Biologist ($60)
    Ella Harpinger
    Research and learn about a topic of interest, then using the internet, you will “meet” a scientist at an aquarium on the last day to ask questions and talk about their work.
  • Forensics: The Big Four ($60)
    Joe Biss III
    Each day, this class will cover one of four major topic areas in Forensics—Fingerprinting, blood analysis, forensic anthropology and DNA fingerprinting.

10:30AM – 12:30PM Classes

  • Science Web Quest ($60)
    Joe Biss III
    Get ready for a digital scavenger hunt! Using clues and questions to guide you, you will research topics like human anatomy and endangered species, and find fun, interactive websites to help you learn.
  • DIY Design ($75)
    Katherine O’Donnell
    Create fun and unique projects using a variety of materials that you will want to show off at home or give as gifts.

1 – 3PM Classes

  • Coding for Kids ($60)
    Katherine O’Donnell
    Learn the basics of coding using the SCRATCH programming language to create and publish interactive web-based application.
  • Games for the Body and Mind ($60)
    Karie Provanchie
    Flex your creative muscle and get moving! Exciting and engaging games will get you out of your seat and up on your feet.

3 – 5PM Aftercare ($40)

Stay on campus for unstructured, but supervised time with opportunities for activities, games or arts & crafts.


Summer Enrichment 2016

More than 170 students joined us for Summer Enrichment programming in 2015!

Programs for students in entering grades 4 - 10 at our Queensbury campus and STEAM Camp for rising freshman and sophomores at Wilton Center.

Information will be available in March 2016 for Summer Enrichment programming


SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education has a long tradition of offering youth programing.  From the ever popular Summer Enrichment program, to the expanding Winter Enrichment program and the newly added After School Enrichment program, we are dedicated to providing interesting, enriching learning experiences for our area youth.

In addition to our signature programs, we also offer open enrollment courses each fall and spring semester.  Many teenagers in the area, ready to embark on gaining a driver’s license, take advantage of our 5 hour Pre-licensing Class.  Youth wanting to operate a Personal Watercraft in our region’s lakes, enroll in our About Boating Safety class. 

Local organizations, looking to do team building for their members, take advantage of our Adventure Sports facility and equipment.  From the ropes course, to the zip line, youth learn to work together as a team and gain lifelong skills.

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