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  • Self-Paced Online Advantage ACT Prep Course

    www.AdvantagePrep.net For the past 26 years, Advantage Educational Programs has benefited thousands of students in Minnesota by preparing them for the college entrance exams.Beginning soon, the Advantage will once again present its ACT Preparatory Course in more than forty high schools in Minneapolis/St. Paul and the surrounding area. This course is an excellent alternative for any student unable to attend in-school classes or a student preferring to prepare for the ACT exam on their own and at their desired pace. Once enrolled, students are sent an access code for their class via email. The fee for this course is $60. Students who have previously paid for the In-School ACT Prep Course can participate in the online course at NO CHARGE. For further information, please call Advantage Educational Programs at 612-222-5108, or visit their website at www.AdvantagePrep.net to view a complete schedule of all classes in Minnesota. For test site information or to register for the ACT exam, visit the ACT website at www.ACTstudent.org or call (319) 337-1270.
  • Spanish Summer Camp: ¡Vamos a Imaginar! “Let’s imagine!” Live Virtual

    In this thrilling LIVE virtual summer camp, students will use their imagination and learn Spanish vocabulary related to their favorite themes~ superheroes, princesses, magic, dinosaurs, mermaids, unicorns, and more! Each class students will explore age-appropriate adventures– All in Spanish! Basic conversation and Spanish vocabulary such as colors and counting will be incorporated to build on their skills each week. Class will include interactive activities learning Spanish vocabulary and practical conversation elements. Join us on a magical adventure! Appropriate for incoming students in Grades 1st- 5th with any level of Spanish experience.
  • Driver Education - Summer

    Community Education offers teen driver’s education in partnership with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 45 years. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Dept. of Public Safety. Classroom instruction prepares the student to take the Minnesota permit test and begin the responsibility of driving. The 30 hours of classroom is structured into 10 independent lessons. If a student misses a lesson, they can make up that exact lesson number at the next session or at one of Safeway’s other locations. Students can take the class at age 14 but cannot take their permit test until age 15. After class is completed, students who are 15 years old are eligible to take their permit test at any Minnesota exam center. Students over the age of 18 do not have to take driver education. Behind-the-wheel instruction includes six hours of driving in three, two-hour private lessons. All driving is done in a Safeway car on city streets, highways and freeways with a responsible, licensed Safeway instructor. Safeway recommends students take their first lesson 2-3 weeks after receiving their permit card. At least 30 days of practice between lessons is suggested. Students have one year after completing classroom to finish their behind-the-wheel lessons. Scheduling is offered online for 24/7 convenience. All of Safeway’s cars are white with identical graphics so parents and students are confident that it is a Safeway car picking up the student for a lesson. Students can get picked up for their behind-the-wheel lesson from home, school or work. Parents/guardians will be required to complete Safeway’s Account Verification. Safeway will be sending out an email before class begins that gives detailed information about how to login to the student’s Safeway account to verify and complete contact information and to review and acknowledge our Service Agreement. Parent involvement is required to produce safe, responsible teen drivers. It is critical that parents practice regularly with their student drivers. The state requires that students have a minimum of 50 hours of practice (15 hours at night). The practice time must be recorded on a state-approved Supervised Driving Log and presented at the road test. Safeway offers an in-person Parent Class that qualifies the student for reduced practice time (40 hours/15 hours at night). At a minimum, Safeway strongly encourages parents to review its parent information and watch the online Parent Class videos at www.safewaydrivingschool.com. Cost of the teen package is $419 and includes the classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons, and all materials. There are no hidden charges or additional fuel surcharges. Pay in full upon registration or choose the payment plan: $259 payable to Community Education upon registration and $160 (two payments of $80 each) payable to Safeway at the behind-the-wheel lessons.
  • Project Knit

    Hats, scarfs, blankets and more! Keep yourself warm this year by learning to make your own hat, scarf or blanket. Students will learn basic skills in beginning knitting and crocheting to create a basic project. Tools and materials for knitting will be provided.
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  • Summer Cupcake Fun

    We will have so much fun decorating summertime themed cupcakes. Each student will bring home 12 boxed cupcakes that they will decorated.
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  • Ready To Be Home Alone

    Are you ready? Course will cover basic First aid skills, home emergencies, medical emergencies, home safety checklist, what your parents expect check list, addressing problems, and handling the unexpected. Taught by a Red Cross instructor. Washington County's guideline for unsupervised children states that children ages 8-10 should not be left alone for more than 3 hours.
  • Advantage ACT Prep Course Summer

    www.AdvantagePrep.net For the past 26 years, Advantage Educational Programs has benefited thousands of students in Minnesota by preparing them for the college entrance exams.Beginning soon, the Advantage will once again present its ACT Preparatory Course in more than forty high schools in Minneapolis/St. Paul and the surrounding area. These courses are designed for students who wish to improve their test-taking skills and improve their overall scores on the college entrance exams. Since 1988, on average, students who finish the course increase their scores significantly on the ACT (36 pt. total). The Advantage will provide an introduction to the ACT format with strategies for answering questions, as well as instruction for the specific subject areas tested. Focal points of the program include diagnostic testing, vocabulary development, intensive mathematical review, reading comprehension improvement, science reasoning, concentration improvement, overcoming test anxiety, essay writing, and time management. Make up classes are available. You may repeat the courses in future offerings - FREE OF CHARGE. Class materials are included in the tuition. Please call 651-425-6600 to receive your discount. For further information, please call Advantage Educational Programs at 612-222-5108, or visit their website at www.AdvantagePrep.net to view a complete schedule of all classes in Minnesota. For test site information or to register for the ACT exam, visit the ACT website at www.ACTstudent.org or call (319) 337-1270.
  • Virtual Advantage ACT Prep Class

    This is an excellent alternative for any student unable to attend an in-school class, but still prefers interaction with an experienced instructor from Advantage Educational Programs. The Virtual ACT Prep Course is the same as the In-School ACT Prep Course, but from the comfort of your own home. The instructors teach live via virtual classroom and are available to answer questions when needed. Students will receive an email with login instructions a few days before classes begin.
  • Driver Education - Summer (ONLINE)

    **** Important information. The State of Minnesota requires that driver’s education distance learning be conducted in a face-to-face platform, which requires that students have a video camera and audio capabilities on their devices. Safeway has chosen a secure Zoom platform to conduct the class. Safeway will be emailing the classroom handouts and 2023 MN Driver’s Manual in pdf format for printing. Students will be required to be in front of the camera and interactive for the full three-hour class. Community Education offers teen driver’s education in partnership with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 45 years. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Dept. of Public Safety. Classroom instruction prepares the student to take the Minnesota permit test and begin the responsibility of driving. The 30 hours of classroom is structured into 10 independent lessons. If a student misses a lesson, they can make up that exact lesson number at the next session or at one of Safeway’s other locations. Students can take the class at age 14 but cannot take their permit test until age 15. After class is completed, students who are 15 years old are eligible to take their permit test at any Minnesota exam center. Students over the age of 18 do not have to take driver education. Behind-the-wheel instruction includes six hours of driving in three, two-hour private lessons. All driving is done in a Safeway car on city streets, highways and freeways with a responsible, licensed Safeway instructor. Safeway recommends students take their first lesson 2-3 weeks after receiving their permit card. At least 30 days of practice between lessons is suggested. Students have one year after completing classroom to finish their behind-the-wheel lessons. Scheduling is offered online for 24/7 convenience. All of Safeway’s cars are white with identical graphics so parents and students are confident that it is a Safeway car picking up the student for a lesson. Students can get picked up for their behind-the-wheel lesson from home, school or work. Parents/guardians will be required to complete Safeway’s Account Verification. Safeway will be sending out an email before class begins that gives detailed information about how to login to the student’s Safeway account to verify and complete contact information and to review and acknowledge our Service Agreement. Parent involvement is required to produce safe, responsible teen drivers. It is critical that parents practice regularly with their student drivers. The state requires that students have a minimum of 50 hours of practice (15 hours at night). The practice time must be recorded on a state-approved Supervised Driving Log and presented at the road test. Safeway offers an in-person Parent Class that qualifies the student for reduced practice time (40 hours/15 hours at night). At a minimum, Safeway strongly encourages parents to review its parent information and watch the online Parent Class videos at www.safewaydrivingschool.com. Cost of the teen package is $419 and includes the classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons, and all materials. There are no hidden charges or additional fuel surcharges. Pay in full upon registration or choose the payment plan: $259 payable to Community Education upon registration and $160 (two payments of $80 each) payable to Safeway at the behind-the-wheel lessons.
  • College Bootcamp

    Unlock your college dreams with College Bootcamp! In this bootcamp, students will complete 2-3 career assessments and college preference exercises to begin building their college list. They will become a pro at navigating the Common Application and work to complete most sections. They will develop their activities/experiences list, begin the letter of recommendation process, and brainstorm topics for college essays. Students will learn about financial aid, scholarships, and how to best engage with colleges to demonstrate their interest. Students will also receive a guidebook, a list of student and parent resources, and 1:1 planning session with an individualized checklist of remaining college application requirements. Sarah Hager, M.Ed, is a seasoned educator with a passion for teaching, specializing in guiding high school juniors and seniors through the maze of college prep.
  • Fierce, Fearless, and Fabulous You – Be MINDFUL

    Do you feel stressed? Are you feeling anxious about school? Learn ways to calm your anxious feelings in a fun interactive small group experience with other young people your age! This camp will help you develop coping strategies, ways to manage stress, and self-care strategies so that you can be the most FIERCE, FEARLESS, and FABULOUS YOU. Jacqueline Valek, MS, LPC, NCC, LSC has extensive experience working with children and teens in her role as a Licensed School Counselor and Therapist. Each participant will receive a journal to keep new ideas, strategies, and resources that are helpful for school and overall wellness!
  • Babysitting

    Taught by a certified instructor, this course offers leadership, safety, basic care, and the business of babysitting, first aid for breathing and bleeding emergencies. This course is a must for novice and experienced babysitters. Students must attend all 6 hours of instruction. Class is open to both boys and girls. Cost includes handbook. Minimum age is 10.5 years.
  • Intensive Etiquette Camp

    This camp will emphasize respect for others and will teach children manners and etiquette with a fun, hands-on approach. Your child will learn social etiquette, proper introductions and fine dining skills. Topics to be covered will include: proper behavior at the table, conversation skills, polite behavior in public, and public speaking. Lunch demo last day of camp.