Project Think is a non-profit academic enrichment program. It is designed to stimulate and motivate students as it embraces a wide variety of interest areas. The emphasis at Project Think is on active learning so the children engage in hands-on activities using all of their senses.
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From science, art, drama, and computers to writing and
makerspace, Project Think prepares students for the school year ahead, excelling them beyond their grade level, and motivating them to love learning. Students may register for either one or both of the 3-week sessions as teachers plan a variety of curriculum choices to stimulate the children’s curiosity and interest for the entire six-week period.
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Project Think's exceptional educators motivate the children to develop thinking skills which will enable them to participate and succeed in a growing, challenging 21st century. Professional guest speakers also enhance the program. The master credentialed teachers, classroom aides, and specialists provide a small student to instructor ratio, enabling them to offer small group and individual instruction.
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Classes are held at the
Curriculum for sessions 1 & 2 is different.
Many students enroll in both sessions.
Session 1: June 18 - July 6, 2018
Session 2: July 9 - 27, 2018
*No classes on July 4, holiday
Project THINK non-profit tax ID number: 26-4592273
Project Think is located at but independent of Pomona College and the Claremont Colleges.