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Community Ed. offers summer classes at Kids’ College

Post Date:06/08/2018 10:18 am

A young student plays with some craft materials while attending Camp Half-blood at Kids' CollegeBellingham, Wash. – Whatcom Community College’s Community & Continuing Education program will offer a variety of summer learning opportunities for youth from middle to high school. Kids’ College 2018 offers many options for children and teens to explore their curiosity and creativity while having a blast doing it. Great courses include mountain biking, photography, writing, cooking, computer programming and much more.


Some highlights of this summer’s programming include:

Black Rocket Digital Arts Camps

From video game design to coding, Black Rocket courses are fueled by imagination and designed to bring new ideas to life in a fun, hands-on learning environment in a computer lab setting. Courses are designed for ages 8-14 and begin in June.

LEGO Robotics

 Imaginative play and experimentation spark enthusiasm to learn as students use LEGO® Bricks and software to bring life to LEGO models. Designed for ages 7-14, these courses begin in July.

A Wrinkle in Time and Camp Half-Blood

Explore the universe in a world of magic, mystery and mystical beings as we draw inspiration from Madeline L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time. Design a tesseract, craft a whimsical accessory and more. At Camp Half-Blood kids can create a mirror of Aphrodite and a shield like Athena’s as they explore the world of Percy Jackson. Both camps are designed for ages 8-14 and begin in June.


Kids’ College runs at Whatcom from June to August. Sign up early as classes will fill up fast. To register, call 360.383.3200, email or register online at
Visit for more information and full course listings.

About Whatcom:

Whatcom Community College is a regionally and nationally accredited college with an accomplished faculty and staff who serve 11,000 students annually. The College works closely with the community to prepare graduates to excel in their fields and meet emerging workforce needs. On its campus in Bellingham, Wash., and through online courses, Whatcom offers a four-year bachelor of applied science, transfer and professional-technical degrees, as well as basic education, job skills training, and community education classes. For more information, visit


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