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HCC’s College for Kids offers fun learning for middle schoolers

This summer, Hagerstown Community College’s College for Kids program offers a multitude of new classes for students entering grades six through eight.
     
Courses offered include the following:
     
Vet Academy – June 23 through June 27, July 21 through July 25, and July 28 through August 1. Students will learn the basics of veterinary medicine, and study various domesticated animals through hands-on experience and lab activities. Students will learn about basic pet care and how animals benefit human society. Cost is $164 and each session is limited to 14 students.
     
Digital Divas in a Connected World- June 23 through June 27. Specifically geared toward middle school aged girls, students will learn about various forms of digital technology, including digital photography, storytelling, and music. Cost is $159 and class is limited to 12 students.
     
Computer Mania- July 7 through July 11. Students will study network gaming and the latest in computer software and technology. Cost is $154 and class is limited to 14 students.
     
Discovery Science: Flight, Space Travel and Rocketry- July 14 through July 18. Students will study the world of flight, engineering, and rocketry, and will also learn about astronauts and space exploration. Cost is $159 and class is limited to 14 students.
     
All classes are held on HCC’s campus and are taught by a host of instructors who specialize in the education and learning of children. For more information or to register, call 301-790-2800, ext. 236 or go to www.hagerstowncc.edu/kids.