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Language Arts Triathlon for Grades 5-6

Summer Language Arts

In this course, students will build advanced grammar, vocabulary, and writing skills by solving engaging puzzles and competing in daily language arts challenges with their classmates. Through these daily activities, students will level-up their mastery of essential skills for reading and writing like a pro.

Each day of class includes time dedicated to each of three "events" that students will compete in during the Language Arts Triathlon on the final day of class:

The final day of class is the Language Arts Triathlon, an engaging, collaborative competition where students will put their skills to the test in a battle of words! Through this event, students will measure their progress, both against themselves and in friendly competition with their classmates.

This two-week course meets Monday through Friday for three hours each day.

Space is very limited for our summer programs. Please do not wait until the last minute to enroll. If there are more than two weeks before the course starts, a $200 deposit will be due when enrolling, with the balance due two weeks before the course begins.

Summer Enrollment Deadline: Summer enrollment for each class closes one week after the class starts.

Schedule in 2022

All times Central.
Mon - Fri
Jul 11 - Jul 22
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Mon - Fri
Jul 11 - Jul 22
1:00 - 4:00 PM
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