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LCC Youth Program

LCC Youth Program

About the LCC Youth Program

The LCC Youth Program is offering GATE and A+ Classes ALL YEAR LONG! Our goal is to offer your student a wide variety of opportunities to enjoy high caliber academic pursuit in the fields of technology, science, math, engineering, arts, Sports Camps and more. Discovering a sense of wonder and enthusiasm for learning, our classes are designed with a maximum of hands-on involvement so that your student is inspired to strive for further academic investigation. Energize your summer, meet new friends and experience new and exciting learning opportunities with the LCC Youth Program.

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Fall Semester Saturday Programs

Youth Program Advanced Science

October and November (Saturdays Only)

Five Saturdays = 1 course
LCC East Campus

Morning classes are 9:00am - 12pm

Afternoon classes are 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Before and after care not available.

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Spring Semester Saturday Programs

Youth Program LEGO Robotics

February and March (Saturdays Only)

Five Saturdays = 1 course
LCC East Campus

Morning classes are 9:00am - 12pm

Afternoon classes are 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Before and after care not available.

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Youth Summer Programs

Youth Program Mission to Mars

June, July, and August (total 8 weeks)

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One Week = 1 course
LCC East Campus, West Campus, LCC North

Morning classes are 9:00am - 12pm

Afternoon classes are 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Before and after care provided (included in tuition).

Learn to Swim

Learn to Swim

Offered all Summer long

LCC is offering scholarships for swim lessons to eligible youth in the Lansing community
Eligibility Requirements:

  • Ages 9 and under

  • Resident of Lansing or East Lansing

  • Low Income Household (as determined by FREE or reduced school lunch eligibility guidelines)

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Youth Sports Camps

Youth Sports Camps

Offered through LCC's Athletics Department

Summer Sports Camps include:

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Steps for Registration

Help prepare your student for Youth Program Fall Youth College by completing Registration Steps prior to October 2018.

STEP 1:
Read Important Information to Parents here.

STEP 2:
For scholarship information, please contact (517) 483-9308 or email seriousfun@lcc.edu.

STEPS 3:
To enroll your child:

  • Visit our LCC Registration Page for convenient registration and payment processing using your debit, credit, pre-paid credit/debit card.
    • Please contact CEWD Registration at (517) 483-1415 or lcc_cce@lcc.edu for questions.

Parent Forms

The PDF file Recommendation Form (for GATE Classes only) must be filled out by the student's teachers prior to registration. The Recommendation Form is valid for (12) months from time submitted. The Recommendation Form can be mailed, faxed, or emailed to:

  • Lansing Community College Youth Program
    2827 Eyde Parkway
    East Lansing, MI 48823
    Phone: (517) 483-1415
    Fax: (517) 483-9750
    Email: seriousfun@star.lcc.edu

Only 1 Recommendation Form will  be needed per year (not needed if submitted in prior academic semester).

Additional Forms required for all LCC Youth Program. Please print and bring with you on the first day of class:

Youth Camp

Evaluations

Once your student has completed the LCC Youth GATE/ A+ program, please complete:
Parent Evaluation and Student Evaluation, which will be made available at the end of each session (one survey per student).

Questions? We are happy to assist you with questions regarding the Youth Program by phone at: (517) 483-1415.

Mission to Mars

A+ vs. GATE

Lansing Community College is keeping young minds engaged and stimulated to learning experiences during the long summer months. Your student may discover that learning with this hands-on approach opens up a whole new world of possibility!

A+ classes are for all students; no restrictions (except age/grade)

GATE classes are for Gifted and Talented Education. GATE classes require a Recommendation Form from your student's school before the student can enroll into a class.

Locations

LCC East

LCC East
2827 Eyde Parkway
East Lansing, MI 48823
(517) 483-1860

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LCC East

LCC North
1013 S. US 27 (S. Pointe Mall)
St. Johns, MI 48879

(989) 224-2017

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LCC West Campus

West Campus
5708 Cornerstone Drive
Lansing, MI 48911

(517) 483-1415

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How does my child qualify for GATE?
The Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) Program requires a recommendation form signed by the student's classroom instructor or school principal. The recommendation form is valid for (12) months from time submitted. We do not look at report cards or test scores, so enrollment is easy. The A+ Classes are open enrollment for all students, no recommendation form required.

What if my child is home schooled, will they still be able to participate in the LCC Youth Program?
We welcome all students-public, private or home schooled. The home school parent/instructor is required to certify reading and comprehension levels for the grade level of the applicant.

Do we have to live in Ingram, Eaton, Shiawassee counties to participate?
No, we welcome all students, including international visitors.

What supplies does my child need?
For most classes all supplies are included. Some specialty classes such as Youth Police Academy require a dress code and photography classes require the students to supply their own camera. The Class Description will list any required supplies.

Is there scholarship assistance available?
Tutition scholarship may be available. Please contact Youth Support Office at (517) 483-9306 or email lcc_cce@lcc.edu for more information.

I am a staff/faculty member of LCC, can I use my tuition waiver?
Please contact CEWD Registration at (517) 483-9853 for instructions on how to use tuition benefits.

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Spring 2018 Saturday Youth Classes

Click on class title to read course description. All morning (9:00am - 12:00pm) and afternoon (1:00pm - 4:00pm) courses are $159. Five sessions equates to one full class. The deadline to register for each course is the first day of that course.

Spring 2018 Youth Programs Flyer


Morning Classes | February 17, 24; March 3, 10, & 17

9:00am - 12:00pm

This is an exciting, hands-on class where we investigate the science behind how different toys work. Taught by a scientist, students will explore the use of electricity, magnetism, friction, gravity and simple machines in toy design. Armed with this knowledge, students will build their own unique working toy to take home! Students will build upon their problem-solving, science, engineering and design skills.
Cost: $159

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Grades 2nd - 3rd

9:00am - 12:00pm

Create your own movie using stop-motion technology! Do you like to build stories on paper and with props? Would you like to try your hand at directing your own movie? Use building blocks, mini-figures and storyboards to create your own story. Using stop-motion technology and imagination, you can make your vision into a movie!
Cost: $159

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Grades 2nd - 4th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Using Minecraft.edu, students will practice making treasure and puzzle maps for their classmates and families to explore. Additional activities include mapping a local area outside of LCC East and then re-creating it on Minecraft.edu. Students will also explore local and world-wide/historical geographical sites via educational games and in 3D recreated worlds in Minecraft.edu.
Cost: $159

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Grades 3rd - 5th

9:00am - 12:00pm

This hands-on course will have you writing, designing and illustrating your own graphic novel! By the end of the five-week session, you will have created your own graphic novel that you will proudly show to relatives and friends. It’s just a matter of creating a story plot, imagining your characters and then putting the story into picture form. In this class you will learn to develop your story using sticky notes, create exciting characters, write realistic dialog and then use balloons to show that dialog, and finally, you will learn to draw your characters, whether as an accomplished artist or merely someone who draws stick figures (think “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”).
Cost: $159

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Grades 6th - 12th

9:00am - 12:00pm

This class is especially for the budding engineers. Serious minded students will get an opportunity to build an advanced robot while being exposed to mechanics, electronics, computer programming and engineering. The course culminates in a mini-competition between teams. This course blends all aspects of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with hands-on activities. Students will follow instructions to build a core, working robot, and then be encouraged to create and improvise. While there are not prerequisites for this course, students will do best if they have taken other robotics classes, such as Battling Robots Jr. and/or Sr. first.
Cost: $159

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Grades 6th - 12th

Afternoon Classes | February 17, 24; March 3, 10, & 17

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Learn about the use of mythology in modern popular culture. Study the use of mythology in comic books, movies and tv. Learn to write your own myths or put a twist on an old tale. Become a historian of mythology and learn how to use that knowledge to create the myths of the future!
Cost: $159

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Grades 3rd - 6th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Think you can create the undefeated battlebot? Bring it! Whether you have never built a Lego Robot before, or if you are an undisputed master, you are welcome to this class! You will learn to design and build your own Lego EV3 robots limited only by your imagination!
Cost: $159

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Grades 4th - 5th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

If you like hands-on science experiments - mixing chemicals, bubbling liquids, lighting metal on fire - then this advanced class is for you! Coat an iron nail with copper, make and test a mini air bag, design an electric maze and so much more. Taught by a chemist, we will explore the fields of chemistry, biology, physical and natural science. We will also have Live Time each day with a live Michigan animal lesson.

Cost: $159

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Grades 4th - 6th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

This hands-on class will introduce you to photo techniques used by a real-world photojournalist! You will start by learning the difference between photojournalism and other types of photography. Bring a camera to class (cell phones are acceptable) and be prepared to take your own "news" photos on the very first day! We will discuss what makes a good photo, the importance of a cutline and how to handle deadlines!
Cost: $159

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Grades 6th - 12th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Learn to make animated movies using toys, mini-figures, construction paper, and recycled materials. Learn puppet-making, set-designing, story-telling techniques, story-boarding, and Disney stop-motion-animation strategies. Take home your films on DVD or flash drive by the end of the week.
Cost: $159

Class Cancelled

Grades 6th - 8th

Summer 2018 Youth Classes

Please continue to check back for updates on the Summer 2018 Youth Classes.

Summer 2018 Youth Programs Flyer


Week of June 18th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Explore your inner Picasso! Demonstrate your creative side by having fun sculpting with clay, painting on real canvas, learning about some famous artists and taking a turn at creating some of your very own Pop Art! You decide what you create. Learn while having serious fun! Students will love all of the possibilities as they create their very own masterpieces!

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Grades 2nd - 3rd

9:00am - 4:00pm

During this week at the Potter Park Zoo the students will focus their work on creating a new design for the zoo. Students will consider animal health and safety, visitor accessibility, and safety of zoo employees. Students will look at other zoo designs; do research on design and flow of public areas; interview zoo employees about their experience with the changing design of the zoo. This is designed as a GATE class as seen by the intense nature of the curriculum.

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Grades 3rd - 4th

1:00am - 4:00pm

Sparkle, splash and create through painting, making plaster masks, trying different art mediums understanding where art can take you. You'll learn how some famous artists began, just like you. You'll have a blast showing off your grand skills!

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Grades 4th - 5th

9:00am - 12:00pm

There are many living things in our world around us that we cannot see with the naked eye. That's what we study in Microbiology! You will explore life using a microscope - bacteria, yeast, amoeba, paramecium, brine shrimp, worms, and more. You will collect insects from a stream, watch microbes swim and eat under the microscope, grow them on agar plates, and even use them to make bread dough you can take home and bake.

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Grades 6th - 8th

9:00am - 12:00pm

How do airplanes stay in the air? What creates lift? Learn the science behind flight, including aerodynamics and meteorology. Take a field trip to the Lansing Airport to see airplanes up close and tour the Control Tower. Explore the future of aviation including various applications, rules for and ethical uses of drones. Have a front row seat to see the LCC Youth Program Phantom Drone at work. This class is taught by an FAA Certified Flight Instructor/Commercial Pilot.

Grades 6th - 8th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

This hands-on class will introduce you to photo techniques used by a real-world photojournalist! You will start by learning the difference between photojournalism and other types of photography. Bring a camera to class (cell phones are acceptable) and be prepared to take your own “news” photos on the very first day! We will discuss what makes a good news photo, the importance of a cutline and how to handle deadlines!

Register Now

Grades 6th - 12th

8:00am - 12:00pm

Course runs from June 18th - 22nd.

The A+ Summer Youth Police Academy is a course rich in the study of the law relating to police procedures and public safety. Based on the Lansing Community College Mid-Michigan Police Academy curriculum, cadets will achieve personal pride and discipline through this course with a maximum of hands-on experience, physical activity and real-life observation and participation in the criminal justice system.

Each cadet will be provided with a shirt and cap to be worn throughout the duration of the academy as his or her daily uniform. Cadets will experience handcuffing exercises, finger printing, evidence collection, arrest reenactment, Learn CPR with possible certification upon completion of practical and academic testing and obstacle course training exercises. Cadets will receive a canine demonstration and a field trip to the Lansing Police Lock-Up Facility, 54A District Court to witness real-life court proceedings, and Michigan Supreme Court Building.

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Grades 7th - 12th

8:00am - 12:00pm

Course runs from June 18th - 22nd.

Youth Fire Academy is a hands-on training program featuring classroom and hands-on activities for youth interested in fire fighting and emergency services. The class is designed to be educational, fun and safe while providing students with an inside look at local fire and emergency services roles, responsibilities and duties. During the one-week, 20 hour course, students will be educated on a variety of subjects pertaining to fire safety and prevention. Each student will complete the academy gaining a deeper knowledge of how the fire/emergency services fits into their local Communities and their future.
  • Students will receive basic CPR training, with possible certification upon completion of practical and academic testing.
  • Class includes field trip to local fire station.
  • Physical fitness activities are part of this class.

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Grades 7th - 12th

Week of June 25th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Our program offers a karate experience for your child that is both educational and fun! It will be a safe, positive and motivational adventure where your child is guaranteed to obtain physical, mental, and moral fitness. We have an exciting and proven mix of techniques that can make for a truly life-changing experience. The students will earn their first belt, work on board-breaking techniques and be a part of an exciting closing demonstration for families to view on the final day.

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Grades 2nd - 8th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Do you think about math as part of your health? Exercise and diet are crucial for sustained healthy lifestyles and math helps you get there! Explore exercise, logs, portions, recipes, and many various ways of motivation with math skills! Daily movement, food groups, and various hands on projects for engagement and learning!

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Grades 2nd - 3rd

9:00am - 12:00pm

Learn to survive outdoors in emergency situations. Practice reading maps using a compass, and practice finding your way using a variety of low-tech methods (for those times when batteries or tech fails!). Create emergency signals, solar stills for purifying water, and build a variety of quick shelters using local natural materials. On the final day of course, students will practice their outdoor survival skills by building solar stills, signals, and shelters at Fenner Nature Center.

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Grades 6th - 8th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Using Minecraft.edu, students will practice making treasure and puzzle maps for their classmates and families to explore. Additional activities include mapping a local area outside of LCC East and then re-creating it on Minecraft.edu. Students will also explore local & world-wide/historical geographical sites via educational games and in 3D recreated worlds in Minecraft.edu.

Register Now

Grades 3rd - 5th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Do you think about math as part of your health? Exercise and diet are crucial for sustained healthy lifestyles and math helps you get there! Explore exercise, logs, portions, recipes, and many various ways of motivation with math skills! Daily movement, food groups, and various hands on projects for engagement and learning!

Register Now

Grades 4th - 5th

Week of July 9th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Use science and engineering to design and build your own arcade games to set up in the classroom! Learn how to balance a budget (with play money) - from buying materials to getting paid for building the games. Then we will have an arcade party where we "pay to play" each other's games!

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Grades 4th - 5th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Visit far away planets! Fight aliens and monsters! Create your own world and the characters that live in that world. Using the imagination of comic book characters, you can write like never before!

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Grades 2nd - 3rd

9:00am - 12:00pm

Using science, technology, engineering, and math skills students will build a series of sports structures such as designing a basketball hoop and catapult, launching mini arrows in an archery contest, sailing a wooden boat, building a parachute, and make a big splash in a diving contest. Students can compete against each other for top honors or just have fun building.

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Grades 6th - 8th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Our program offers a karate experience for your child that is both educational and fun! It will be a safe, positive and motivational adventure where your child is guaranteed to obtain physical, mental, and moral fitness. We have an exciting and proven mix of techniques that can make for a truly life-changing experience. The students will earn their first belt, work on board-breaking techniques and be a part of an exciting closing demonstration for families to view on the final day.

Register Now

Grades 2nd - 8th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Think you can create the undefeated battlebot? Bring it! Whether you have never built a Lego Robot before, or if you are an undisputed master, you are welcome to this class! You will learn to design and build your own Lego EV3 robots limited only by your imagination!

Register Now

Grades 4th - 5th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Younger kids can do robots too! Sphero robotics is a fun, hands-on way for your child to learn the basics of controlling and programming a robot. Easily controlled with provided iPads or your own smart phone, your child will be introduced to the exciting field of robotics!

Register Now

Grades 2nd - 3rd

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Do you love animation, graphic novels and adventure? Every video game, movie and TV series begins with a great story idea. Learn how to draw and write graphic novels inspired by your favorite games, movies and TV adventures; or create your own magic.

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Grades 4th - 5th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Using science, technology, engineering, and math skills students will build a series of sports structures such as designing a basketball hoop and catapult, launching mini arrows in an archery contest, sailing a wooden boat, building a parachute, and make a big splash in a diving contest. Students can compete against each other for top honors or just have fun building.

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Grades 4th - 5th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Crayfish, tadpoles, fairy shrimp, snails and tiny clams! There is an abundance of life to explore in a pond. This class is loaded with live animals each day and includes a field trip to Nature Discovery where we will step into a vernal pond to collect our samples for study! Plenty of opportunities for feeding animals and observing predator-prey interaction.

Grades 4th - 8th

Week of July 16th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Do you like a good mystery? The classroom scene is set, Mr. Bear was missing, and you get to solve a mystery! First you will become a detective as you search for clues. Next you will test fibers, powders, and prints just like a real scientist. As you gather facts you will be able to solve the mystery of missing Bear. Students will develop critical thinking, science, math and reading skills in this fun hands-on class.

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Grades 2nd - 3rd

9:00am - 12:00pm

Do you love dinosaurs and museums? Do you want to learn all about rocks and minerals and the secrets they hold? Come and learn about geological time and how we fit into the creation of our Earth. Field trip to MSU Museum included.

Grades 3rd - 4th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Want to build your own robot? This hands-on class will teach students how to build, program and test their device using real-life robotics technology. Students will use computer science, science, technology, engineering, and math with this hands-on LEGO Mindstorm Robotics EV3 platform. Students are encouraged to brainstorm in order to find creative solutions to problems and then develop them through a process of selecting, building, testing and evaluating. This class uses the EV3 Intelligent Brick, a powerful small computer that makes it possible to control motors and collect sensor feedback. Robots can be controlled via smart phone or remote control.

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Grades 6th - 12th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Have fun in this “maker’s class” where you design and build spinning gadgets to take home! We will use spare parts and reclaimed material to make our gadgets. Enroll with a friend and continue creating gadgets together all summer. Students will explore the dynamics of kinetic energy, torque, simple machine form and function, force and motion. They will learn to accurately measure and cut wood for their projects. They will enhance their engineering and design skills, improve their problem solving skills and hone teamwork skills. Students will artistically design and decorate each project. All materials supplied.

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Grades 5th - 8th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

This class is especially for the budding engineers. Serious minded students will get an opportunity to build an advanced robot while being exposed to mechanics, electronics, computer programming and engineering. The course culminates in a mini-competition between teams. This course blends all aspects of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with hands-on activities. Students will follow instructions to build a core, working robot, and then be encouraged to create and improvise. Students will learn programming in this class, using Vex IQ Robotics equipment. Students will work in teams during the entire class. While there are not prerequisites for this course, students enjoy taking this class after progressing through the Battling Robots Junior and Senior sequence.

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Grades 6th - 12th

Week of July 23rd

9:00am - 12:00pm

Younger kids can do robots too! Sphero robotics is a fun, hands-on way for your child to learn the basics of controlling and programming a robot. Easily controlled with provided iPads or your own smart phone, your child will be introduced to the exciting field of robotics!

Register Now

Grades 2nd - 3rd

1:00am - 4:00pm

Do you love to build and destroy? Are you into science experiments that get messy? Use the scientific method and inquiry to build and explore how we make tall buildings, strong bridges and other modern day science miracles.

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Grades 4th - 5th

9:00am - 12:00pm

This class starts with a blast-off! We will spend the day launching different rockets outdoors, taking measurements and calculating their height. Then we move on to building our own robots! Bring in old electronic devices, appliances and toys from home. We will "deconstruct" them to get the parts we need, then design and build a unique robot to take home. Improve your science, engineering and math skills.

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Grades 6th - 8th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Learn about the use of mythology in modern popular culture. Study the use of mythology in comic books, movies and tv. Learn to write your own myths or put a twist on an old tale. Become a historian mythology and learn how to use that knowledge to create the myths of the future!

Register Now

Grades 4th - 5th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Want to build your own robot? This hands-on class will teach students how to build, program and test their device using real-life robotics technology. Students will use computer science, science, technology, engineering, and math with this hands-on LEGO Mindstorm Robotics EV3 platform. Students are encouraged to brainstorm in order to find creative solutions to problems and then develop them through a process of selecting, building, testing and evaluating. This class uses the EV3 Intelligent Brick, a powerful small computer that makes it possible to control motors and collect sensor feedback. Robots can be controlled via smart phone or remote control.

Register Now

Grades 6th - 12th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Design and build a miniature golf course this summer! The class will take a trip to a local Putt Putt golf course to play a round and get ideas for our own course. We will use math, science and engineering skills to design moving parts for our mini golf holes. Using spare parts and scrap material we will build the course and set it up in the parking lot to play on the last day!

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Grades 5th - 8th

Week of July 30th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Think you can create the undefeated battlebot? Bring it! Whether you have never built a Lego Robot before, or if you are an undisputed master, you are welcome to this class! You will learn to design and build your own Lego EV3 robots limited only by your imagination!

Register Now

Grades 4th - 5th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Learn about our earth’s systems in our hands-on geology camp. Step back in time to dig for fossils, look inside a volcano, build an earthquake-proof building, design your own seismograph and use topographic maps for orienteering.

Register Now

Grades 6th - 8th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

This class is especially for the budding engineers. Serious minded students will get an opportunity to build an advanced robot while being exposed to mechanics, electronics, computer programming and engineering. The course culminates in a mini-competition between teams. This course blends all aspects of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with hands-on activities. Students will follow instructions to build a core, working robot, and then be encouraged to create and improvise. Students will learn programming in this class, using Vex IQ Robotics equipment. Students will work in teams during the entire class. While there are not prerequisites for this course, students enjoy taking this class after progressing through the Battling Robots Junior and Senior sequence.

Register Now

Grades 6th - 12th

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Learn about our earth’s systems in our hands-on geology camp. Step back in time to dig for fossils, look inside a volcano, build an earthquake-proof building, design your own seismograph and use topographic maps for orienteering.

Register Now

Grades 4th - 5th

Week of August 6th

9:00am - 4:00pm

During this week at the Potter Park Zoo the students will focus their work on creating a new design for the zoo. Students will consider animal health and safety, visitor accessibility, and safety of zoo employees. Students will look at other zoo designs; do research on design and flow of public areas; interview zoo employees about their experience with the changing design of the zoo. This is designed as a GATE class as seen by the intense nature of the curriculum.

Register Now

Grades 5th - 6th

Fall 2018 Youth Classes

Please continue to check back for updates on the Fall 2018 Saturday Youth Classes.

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Physical Location:
Lansing Community College East Campus
2827 Eyde Pkwy
East Lansing, MI 48823

More About LCC East

Phone: (517) 483-1415
Fax: (517) 483-9750
Email: lcc_cce@lcc.edu

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Phone: (517) 483-1338
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