As summer approaches, parents may be searching for summer programs that their children can attend. Luckily, students at Palo Alto High School will be hosting a wide variety of camps for different age groups.
Entrepreneurship 101 Camp – June 8- June 12
“The purpose of the Entrepreneurship 101 Camp for middle school students is to familiarize the next generation with the spirit of entrepreneurship through exploration of qualities entrepreneurs possess and hands-on experimentation with the entrepreneurial process,” junior and club president Allison Zhang said. “The camp will include lessons and workshops that walk students through each step of the entrepreneurial process and feature speakers and a field trip to a local innovation-related place of interest.” Click here to learn more or register for Entrepreneurship 101 Camp.
Math Camp – June 15-19; June 22-26
“The purpose of the camp is to prepare middle school students for Mathcounts, a middle school math competition, and the AMC exams, mostly the 8 and 10 levels,” junior and math club co-club president Lilia Tang said. “We will provide a short lecture which either introduces a topic not generally touched on in school curriculums, or expands on topics students already know to gain a deeper understanding of the topic. After the lecture we hand out problem sets which contain problems of varying difficulty, some that relate to the lecture topic and some that don’t.” Click here to learn more or register for Math Camp.
Speech and Debate Camp-June 15-19; June 22-26
Camp MAC- August 3-7