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GSU Saturday School 2011 summer camp will be all about movie making

February 23, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Georgia State University has announced the theme for its 2011 Saturday School for Scholars and Leaders summer day camp: movie making.

The camp is open to rising K – 8th graders. Younger campers (rising K-4) will spend their time learning to develop a script and perform it. The older students (rising 5-8) will learn the technical aspects of production and direction.

The one-week camp will be held from May 31 to June 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. It is housed on the downtown campus of GSU.

Saturday School at GSU is one of the longest running programs for the gifted in the Atlanta area. It is open to students who are in a formal gifted program or who have qualifying scores on any of a variety of ability and achievement tests. Children may be granted “provisional admission” to the program for one year until their scores can be submitted to GSU.

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