Yes it's true! Your student will have the most fantastic summer ever at The Summer Academy for Youth. Make The College of Saint Rose your place to be this summer!
Created for youth entering grades 6-10, our Summer Academy provides students unique and fun learning experiences that are flexible and convenient. Class topics include: Performing Arts, Business & Government, Art & Design, Writing, Sports, Science & Technology, and our Broadway Bootcamp.
Visit www.strose.edu/summeracademy to register online, or call (518) 454-5144 with any questions regarding any of our exciting 2017 summer programs.
Week 1 (July 5-7): Screenplay Writing, Mock Trial, Stop Motion Animation, Computer Animation, Improvisation Acting, Fire Science, Fashion Psychology.
Week 2 (July 10-14): Jewelry Design, Poetry Writing, Personal Training, Alexander Hamilton History, Aerospace Engineering, Veterinary Science, 3D Modeling, Historical Fiction Writing, Athletic Coaching, Greek Mythology, Theatrical Make-up Design, Automotive Engineering, Roller Coaster Engineering
Week 3 (July 17-21): Character Creation, Personal Narrative Writing, Sports Team Management, Espionage History, Forensics, Paranormal Studies, Graphic Design, Science Fiction Writing, Sports Broadcasting, Game Theory & Mathematics, History of Rock Music, Medical Technology, App Design
Week 4 (July 24-28): Fashion Illustration, Manga Drawing, Small Business Management, Albany Murder & Mystery, Song Writing, Geochemistry, Drawn & Quartered, Interior Design, Graphic Novel Writing, Conspiracy Theories, Pop Singing Workshop, Paleontology, Music Recording & Engineering, Video Game Design, Digital Video Production
Week 5 (July 31 - August 4): Digital Photography, Art History & Criticism, Fan Fiction Writing, Business Law & Ethics, Acting Techniques, Aquatic Ecology, Sculpture, Screen Printing, Crime & Mystery Writing, Stage Combat, Acting with Accents & Dialects, Environmental Technology, Coding with Minecraft, Digital Video Production
Broadway Bootcamp (July 10-28): Broadway performers rely on a variety of skills to propel them to stardom, and this class, taught by New York City theater professionals, will build these valuable skills in group activity and one-on-one instruction. The focus of the two-week intensive is on developing a well-rounded, multi-faceted, Broadway-caliber performer.
Make The College of Saint Rose your place to be this summer!