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Summer Camp at College of San Mateo
June 13* - July 22, 2016

Welcome to the Bay Area Pathways Academy™ (BAPA)!

Community, Continuing and Corporate Education (CCCE) is pleased to announce the inauguration of the Bay Area Pathways Academy™ (BAPA), a comprehensive academic, enrichment and fitness summer program at the College of San Mateo for students entering grades 6 to 9. 

Formerly known as College for Kids, the Bay Area Pathways Academy™ is an enhanced new summer program offering an exciting array of grade-appropriate academic classes, engaging enrichment classes and fun fitness and aquatics classes, including the opportunity to register for up to 3 two-week sessions!

BAPA Program Features

  • Located on the beautiful College of San Mateo campus
  • Academic preparation in Math, English Language Arts, Social Studies and Science
  • Exciting enrichment through Public Speaking, Dance, Sketching, Minecraft/Robotics & more
  • Fun fitness through Basketball, Tennis, Water Polo, Beginner Swim, Spinning, Kickboxing and more
  • 6-week two-unit CSM math class for eligible** rising 9th graders
  • Monday to Friday classes with 3 two-week sessions
  • Full or half day (AM or PM) options plus extended care

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*Does your child’s school end on June 14, 15, 16 or 17? Call to learn about pro-rated pricing for Session 1.

**See "CSM Math" under Academic Course Descriptions for eligibility requirements.

Scholarships are available to eligible students based on income requirements.

Age range of students entering grades 6 to 9 is approximately 10 to 15 years old.  

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June 13* – July 22, 2016

Monday – Friday

AM 8:15 am – 12:15 pm
PM 1:10 pm – 5:10 pm

Extended Care: 5:10 – 6:00 pm. 
Closed on 7/4

  The Bay Area Pathways Academy™ will be a game-changer in San Mateo County’s efforts to disrupt the cycle of summer learning loss. I’m pleased to endorse such an innovative and comprehensive program.  
— Bonnie Hansen, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, Sequoia Union High School District