The Center for the Education and Study of Gifted, Talented, and Creative Learners at the University of Northern Colorado is holding the 34th annual Summer Enrichment Program, July 10-23.
This summer, SEP had 172 fifth- through 10th-grade students from 25 states, provinces and foreign countries, including 13 from Thailand, seven from Hong Kong, and six from Greece.
SEP is a two-week, residential program that offers "hands-on, brains-on" courses. Students choose four classes to take daily and also participate in after class activities and learning sessions. Students share projects created during classes at the SEP showcase at the end of the program.
The center also had 60 children ages 4-9 attending their Young Child Summer Enrichment Program, and 24 juniors and seniors attending the Leadership Enrichment Programs.
The Center's goal is to support and promote all aspects of gifted and talented education.
For more information about the Summer Enrichment Programs or the Center for the Gifted and Talented, visit www.unco.edu/cebs/sep/