Youth & Teen Courses

Fencing

En Garde! Join the beginner fencing class and learn basic fencing skills, attack and defense techniques, and move on to full speed bouting with electronic scoring. A fencing uniform will eventually be required, but the instructor has club equipment to loan initially until you are sure you actually like the sport. Wear shorts, t-shirt, knee high athletic socks and sneakers. Enrollment is open to beginners age 11-13 and all returning students.

Location: Gym
Instructor: Kevin O'Neill
8778 CYOU9042A (03164T)    33 hrs.
6/7-8/18          M/W/F                        5-6:30 pm
(Class will not meet 6/30 - 7/21)
$265

Fencing Private Lessons

Students currently enrolled in a Fencing course may sign up for four 30-minute private lessons (one lesson per week for four weeks) per month. Lesson times will be scheduled by the instructor.

Location: Gym
Instructor: Kevin O'Neill,
Clinton Mayhew
8779 CYOU9062 (08164T)      2 hrs.
6/2-6/30
$75
 
8780 CYOU9062 (09164T)      2 hrs.
7/3-7/31
$75
 
8781 CYOU9062 (10164T)      2 hrs.
8/2-8/30
$75

SAT Classroom Test Prep

A great SAT score can equate to thousands of dollars in scholarship money and hundreds of thousands in earning potential, so the higher your SAT score the better! You will take an official retired SAT test the first day of class to identify the subject areas on which the instructor should focus to increase your test score. Based on your pre-test results you will use the Cambridge curriculum to reinforce skills, learn test mechanics and practice strategies to ace the test. You will take another official retired SAT test again on the last day of the course to determine your overall improvement. Class space is limited so register early. Textbook fee will be collected at registration and textbooks will be distributed at first class meeting.

Location: BC CENTRAL
Instructor: Melissa Butterfield
8782 CEDU9006 (03164T)      20 hrs.
7/10-7/31        M         12:30-5:30 pm
$195 (Plus $100 textbook fee)

SAT Online Test Prep

What do “no penalty for guessing,” “no sentence completions” and “real world problems” bring to mind? The new SAT! These and an entirely new redesign of the test are just a few of the significant changes the College Board has made on the new SAT. Learn how you can be ready for the changes by preparing online in the convenience of your own home. You will receive 30 hours of access available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 5 months. This includes two online practice tests, lessons with explanations and a number of quizzes. Register when the time is right for you.

Location: Online
8783 CEDU9006A (03164T)    30 hrs.
$295
For more information call 979.230.3211

Young Chef Series - Theme Week

This hands-on course is a great opportunity for young gourmets to experience a variety of cooking methods as they create delicious meals. Students will use many different kitchen tools and machines while learning how to read and follow recipes. Two sessions will focus on That’s Italian! and Fiesta! while the other two will include Wake up! Time for Breakfast! and Classic American Dishes. Students will take home a cookbook of the recipes from each day of class. Ages 12-17.

Location: BC CENTRAL
Instructor: Treasa Garza
8784 CTWN1004 (01164T)     12 hrs.
6/12-6/15        M/T/W/R        9 am-12 pm
$115

Young Chef Series - Dessert Week

This hands-on course is a great way for young gourmets to use different tools in preparing a wide variety of sweets and desserts. Day 1 will be spent creating all kinds of wonderful cookies. Day 2 will focus on a number of fancy desserts guaranteed to impress any guest. Day 3 will feature chocolate as the star ingredient in all the treats. Day 4 will focus on a variety of cakes that are sure to become family favorites. Students will take home samples of all their treats, as well as recipes they will treasure for a lifetime! Ages 12-17.

Location: BC CENTRAL
Instructor: Treasa Garza
8785 CTWN1004 (01164T)     12 hrs.
6/19-6/22        M/T/W/R        9 am-12 pm
$115
 

Beginning Robotics

Students will learn the basics of building and programming robots, as well as the fundamentals of teamwork, as they design robots using sensors that will accomplish desired tasks through programming. Ages 8-12.

Location: BC CENTRAL
Instructor: Stephanie LaPointe
8786 CYOU9089 (01164T)      18 hrs.
6/26-6/29        M/T/W/R        12:30-5 pm
$170

Advanced Robotics

Students will work in teams to solve challenges using the sensors included in the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kit. Ages 10-14.

Location: BC CENTRAL
Instructor: Melissa Butterfield
8787 CTWN9051 (01164T)     18 hrs.
7/5-7/13          W/R     12:30-5 pm
$170

Engineering 101

Engineers have a hand in designing, creating, or modifying everything we touch, wear, eat, see and hear. Discover how much fun engineering can be through hands-on experiences. Ages 10-14.

Location: BC CENTRAL
Instructor: Melissa Butterfield
8788 CTWN9050 (01164T)     18 hrs.
7/19-7/27        W/R     12:30-5 pm
$170

Camp Moolah

Camp Moolah is a dynamic, entertaining and educational five-day money camp designed to impact the thoughts and beliefs of youth about money and to encourage and inspire them to live the life of their dreams!   Through the lessons and projects in this camp, students will become more educated about money so they can become better spenders, better savers and eventually, financially independent  adults. Ages 11-14.

Location: BC CENTRAL
Instructor: Lonnie Matthews
8789 CTWN9052 (01164T)     35 hrs.
6/19-6/23        M/T/W/R/F     9 am-4 pm
$235