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Kids College Registration Opens Monday, April 15th at 9:00am!

Come learn, explore, and play! Continuing Education classes provide a fun and enriching college experience for kids and teens ages 5-17. We're bound to have a class that interests your child after school, on the weekend, or during the summer. Click Here to Learn More

Parents: Children must be registered under their own name and birthdate. Please create a sign in/account for your child (do not register a child under your own account). Each person needs their own individual account/sign in (including children). If you are registering multiple children, each child will need their own account. Please contact us if we can be of assistance!

Scroll down to view all of the current classes under this program. You can also view classes by topic by clicking a topic area below:

 
  • Kids College Program: Craft It Arts NEW!
  • THIS CLASS IS FULL. Please click the "Add to Waitlist" button below and we will notify you if space opens up in this class.
  • Fee: $219.00
    Dates: See Description
    Times: See Description
    Days: Daily
    Sessions: 5
    Location: Main Campus
    Room: See Description
    Instructor: See Description

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    The Craft It Arts program consists of the following three classes:


    Welding Wizards: From Scrap to Sculpture 

    There’s no better time to gain foundational skills in welding and sculpture! Led by a professional welder and a recent graduate of WWCC's welding program, this course offers instruction emphasizing safety, basic welding techniques, and creative application. Students will learn how to safely operate welding equipment to design and construct found metal sculptures. By the end, you’ll have a work of art ready to put on display! 

    Instructor: Eduardo Romero & Ryan Bull

    Location: Professional Technical Bldg. J 343-Welding Lab 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 1:00-2:10pm 


    Building Worlds Through Comics 

    Build your own universe and develop all the great characters from your imagination through the world of comics! Learn helpful techniques, interesting strategies, and useful practices that will improve your cartooning. Through these fun exercises, you’ll make your very own story come to life through the vivid and exciting medium of sequential art. 

    Instructor: Kynde Kiefel

    Location: Main Bldg. D 222 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 2:25-3:35pm 


    Lovin’ From the Oven! 

    This hands-on baking class will teach the essentials of baking several tasty treats. Students will learn the fundamentals in class, then receive recipes that they can take home and make for their families. Muffins, chocolate chip cookies, cupcakes, and pizzas: all these will be baked with love! 

    Instructor: Greg Schnorr

    Location: Main Bldg. D 140 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 3:50-5:00pm


 

  • Kids College Program: Performing Arts NEW!
  • Fee: $219.00
    Dates: 6/24/2024 - 6/28/2024
    Times: See Description
    Days: Daily
    Sessions: 5
    Location: Main Campus
    Room: See Description
    Instructor: See Description
    Seats Available: 9 out of 20

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    The Performing Arts program consists of the following three classes:


    Theater ABCs: Acting, Blocking, and Characterization Part 1 

    Dive into the world of whimsical storytelling and performance! Under the guidance of instructors Ms. Katie and Ms. Kaelyn, students will embark on an adventure to perform their very own fun fairytale play. Through improvisation, character development, and teamwork, students will explore acting fundamentals, building confidence and unleashing creativity in this dynamic course. 

    Instructors: Kaelyn Pyke & Katie Janis

    Location: Health Sciences Bldg. E Theater 1732 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 1:00-2:10pm 


    Theater ABCs: Acting, Blocking, and Characterization Part 2 

    Continue the adventure! Students will refine their skills, focusing on memorization, character choices, and how costumes and props can be coordinated with those choices for their play. Rehearsals progress rapidly as students collaborate to master stage directions, polish delivery, and fine-tune work as an ensemble in preparation to captivate audiences onstage.

    Instructors: Kaelyn Pyke & Katie Janis

    Location: Health Sciences Bldg. E Theater 1732 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 2:25-3:35pm 


    Theater ABCs: Acting, Blocking, and Characterization Part 3 

    Description pending.

    Instructors: Kaelyn Pyke & Katie Janis

    Location: Health Sciences Bldg. E Theater 1732 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 3:50-5:00pm 


 

  • Kids College Program: STEM and the Arts NEW!
  • Fee: $219.00
    Dates: 6/24/2024 - 6/28/2024
    Times: See Description
    Days: Daily
    Sessions: 5
    Location: Main Campus
    Room: See Description
    Instructor: See Description
    Seats Available: 12 out of 24

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    The STEM and the Arts program consists of the following three classes:


    Ecological Explorations!

    Do you like spending time outside and exploring nature? Then get ready for some outdoor fun as we delve into key ecological concepts and species that impact our region! We will play games, go on hikes, explore local waterways, and even learn about some indigenous knowledge pertaining to salmon. Expect to be outside every day, so please dress accordingly. 

    Instructor: Sarah Moffitt

    Location: Water & Environmental Center Bldg. R 2002 & 2003 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 1:00-2:10pm 


    Design a Digital Museum Exhibit

    Students will work to design and prototype an immersive museum exhibit that places visitors in the “fins” of a migrating salmon! You will take your design prototype through two stages - colored marker drawings and a scrolling digital animation projected onto the floor. Students will learn how to use Scratch coding to make their drawings come to life. The finished experience will be shared with friends and family on the last day. No prior drawing or coding experience is required. 

    Instructor: William Bares

    Location: Main Bldg. D 115 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 2:25-3:35pm 


    Environmental Game Design 

    Have you ever wanted to design and build your own tabletop game? Do you enjoy spending time outside and learning about nature? Then come join us in having fun while working on your next big entertainment idea! Students will practice playing some existing environmental-themed games to assess them for strengths and weaknesses, then use what they learn to design and build their own board game or card game prototype focusing on a topic of interest related to local environmental issues. 

    Instructor: Laurie Fairbanks

    Location: Water & Environmental Center Bldg. R 2073 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 3:50-5:00pm 


 

  • Underwater Robotics 
  • Fee: $189.00
    Dates: 7/8/2024 - 7/12/2024
    Times: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Days: Daily
    Sessions: 5
    Location: Clarkston Campus
    Room: CLK WRF (CWB) IM Lb 300
    Instructor:
    Seats Available: 7 out of 9

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    For students entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade (ages 10-13).

    This class will be held at the WWCC Clarkston campus.


    Final class session will be held at the Asotin County Family Aquatic Center, 1603 Dustan Loop, Clarkston, WA 99403.
 

 

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