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STEM for little and big kids at GSU Saturday School 2013

Georgia State has opened registration for its Saturday School summer camp, to be held on the GSU campus from May 28 to June 1, 2013.

This day camp is one of the few academic camps that accepts very young children, as young as rising kindergarteners.

Rising K-1 students will learn about jobs that incorporate STEM. Rising second and third graders will become junior detectives, using STEM to solve mysteries. And the older kids, rising fourth through eighth graders, will use STEM concepts to explore the Chattahoochee River and its watershed.

Saturday School day camp and classes are open to students who have been gifted identified by their school, or who have qualifying scores on standardized tests such as the CogAT, ITBS, CRCT, etc. Students who don’t have the supporting documentation can enroll in Saturday school on a provisional basis for one year.

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