The Center for Youth Enrichment and Talented & Gifted Education (YETAG) at the University of Oregon offers challenging programs year round for advanced learners and gifted youth in grades K-12.
Brains in Action, a Saturday winter program for grades K-5 and 6-8 from January 31 to February 28, 2015 offers a mix of invigorating and intellectually stimulating classes for students who are looking to increase skills, deepen knowledge and participate in serious fun! Visit the Brains in Action page for full class descriptions.
Brain Bowl Middle School Tournament, a one-day event on May 11, 2015 at the UO Erb Memorial Union, challenges students in key academic areas, develops teamwork among students and showcases scholastic achievement in member schools and in the community. Visit the Brain Bowl Tournament page for a full description.
Super Summer classes offer stimulating, in-depth learning experiences beyond the scope of the normal classroom for grades K-5. Children are free to create, design, and invent with other advanced and motivated students in a safe and encouraging environment. Students enthusiastically participate in integrated, mixed-grade classes with a multi-discipline focus. Your child may choose from a myriad of classes that incorporate one or more of the following curricular areas:
Science • Technology • Visual and Performing Arts Foreign Language • Creative Problem Solving Mathematics • Language Arts • Music
Super Summer classes are designed to challenge and stimulate students’ learning while having FUN! Classes for K-5th grade encourage critical thinking, creativity, independent learning, and are always hands-on. Click Here to learn more about Super Summer.
For over thirty years the University of Oregon Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) has attracted thousands of middle and high school youth (grades 6-10) who are advanced learners by offering both exceptional academic experiences and engaging social and recreational opportunities. At SEP participants can meet others with similar interests and talents; share their love of learning in an environment that values creativity and intelligence; and have lots of fun making new friends and memories that will last a lifetime. Click Here to learn more about SEP.
The Junior Counselor Leadership Program recruits high school juniors and seniors (grades 11 and 12) interested in developing leadership skills, and earning up to 130 community service hours to participate in SEP as Junior Counselors (JCs). During morning class, JC’s learn leadership tools that help enhance self confidence, motivation, verbal communications, creative problem solving, and conflict resolution skills. JC’s also will get support and a head start with resume writing, interviewing, and applying to colleges – including essay writing, time management and creating budgets. Click Here to learn more about Junior Counselor Leadership Program.